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Daily Biorythms

Daily Biorhythms & Body Cycle


In addition to the astrology horoscope, Biorhythms have been used by scientists even as far back as ancient times. Scientists discovered back then that body cycles can influence things such as: coordination, immunity, strength, mental stability and logic, moods, ability to learn, memory recall, instincts, etc. These cycles became known as Biorhythms. Charting your biorhythms can give you an indication about your capabilities at a given time.

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The Cycles
There are four known biorhythm cycles: physical, emotional, intellectual and intuitional. Each cycle starts at the time of birth then rises through its active phase until it falls back to the zero level. Then it continues through the zero level to go on to a passive phase. Then it rises again to the zero level to begin its cycle all over again.


Critical Days
Each time the cycle crosses the zero level from the active to the passive phase, it is said to be in a critical state (critical day). When the cycle crosses the zero level from the passive to active phase it is said to be in a zero state (zero day). In the active phase the abilities associated with the particular cycle are high. When the cycle is in its passive phase the abilities are diminished.

During the critical day, the associated abilities are unstable, so you should be careful during that time. The zero day can be variable and abilities are unstable during that day as well. However this day is better than a critical day because the cycle is heading towards the active phase.

In practice we are all under the influence of a combination of all the cycles. For even more information on Biorhythms visit the MysticalSoup Reading Room. Otherwise, come back daily to check your Biorhythm chart.



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