Biorhythms - What are your critical days?

Hummingbird Hummingbird
In my youth I often calculated my personal biorhythms and long before computers were as prominent as they are today used to get out the old graph paper and colored pencils to chart them.

What are they?

They begin at the time and date of your birth and consist of Primary Rythms: Physical, Emotial & Intellectual and Secondary Rythms: Spiritual, Awarness, Aesthetic & Intuition well- being. Seeing the wave patterns these make helps you to determine see when your critical days are!

Today on the internet I found a site, one of many that charts them automatically and displayed mine in a highly emotional, low physical state with my intellect in a critical phase. What does that mean? Lets just say, not a good way to start a vacation.

I put a link to the one I used on my profile page if you're interested.
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Heard of them
The Vixen , Gunsmoke
2  (29%)
Never heard of them
ShadowedSeductress , VeganChick (is Gone) , kendra30752 , kadelette
4  (57%)
Heard of them but don't believe in them
SourAppleMartini
1  (14%)
Other - (Please explain)
Total votes: 7
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ShadowedSeductress ShadowedSeductress
I've never heard of them, but will be looking into it now thanks!
05/04/2013
The Vixen The Vixen
I'd heard of them, but I don't really know too much about them. This made me curious, I'll have to look into it more.
05/04/2013
VeganChick (is Gone) VeganChick (is Gone)
It doesn't sound very legitimate. Where exactly are these readings coming from?
05/05/2013
SourAppleMartini SourAppleMartini
I do think that my ability to perform certain tasks changes throughout the day. But I don't believe it can be calculated by posting your name and date of birth on some website.
05/05/2013
kendra30752 kendra30752
Quote:
Originally posted by Hummingbird
In my youth I often calculated my personal biorhythms and long before computers were as prominent as they are today used to get out the old graph paper and colored pencils to chart them.

What are they?

They begin at the time and date ... More
Don't think I've ever heard of it, but sounds interesting! I went to your wall to check it out. Thanks for posting it for us. Unfortunately, the page confused me. LOL.
05/05/2013
Hummingbird Hummingbird
Quote:
Originally posted by VeganChick (is Gone)
It doesn't sound very legitimate. Where exactly are these readings coming from?
All, I hope this describes more about them than I can explain see link: Wikipedia on Biorhythms

Back in the 1970's-80's it was a big thing when I lived in California back then.

Also, if you go to the link on my wall, enter your own birth data and calculate it you will see your own chart. Double click on the yellow highlighted section for today and it'll zoom in on that timeframe. At the bottom of the page you will see a synopsis of what biorythms are that describes it better than the Wikipedia link.

It starts like this:
In the nineteenth century, studies first began on certain life rhythms or cycles that were later termed "biorhythms". The word biorhythm is a compound of two Greek words, bios and rhythmos, which mean life and a constant or periodic beat. The theory of biorhythms defines and measures three basic and important life cycles in man: the physical, emotional, and intellectual.

Wilhelm Fliess, a highly respected and prominent doctor in Berlin, did pioneer work on biorhythms in the 1890s. Fliess, who had observed 23- and 28-day rhythms in many of his patients, began to collect statistics on the periodic occurrence of fevers, childhood disease, and the susceptibility to disease and death. With these statistics in hand, Fliess believed he had detected rhythms which were fundamental to man's life.

Dr. Fliess later developed two major biorhythm theories: first, that Nature bestows on man "master internal clocks" which begin counting time at birth and continue throughout life; and second, that one of these clocks regulates a 9-3-day cycle influencing man's physical condition and another regulates a 28-day cycle influencing emotions or degree of sensitivity.
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