How do I read my biorythms?
Each biorythm cycle started positive when you were born, and slowly
decayed into the negative region crossing the 'base line'. The body
then recharges and the biorythm passes back into the positive
region.Each biorythm has a different cycle length, so they cross the
'base line' in different places.As a biorythm crosses the 'base line'
it upsets the balance within your body, these days are called
'critical' days.In the rare occurrence of all three cycles crossing the
base line on the same day, you will feel intellectually, physically and
emotional drained, this is called a 'Triple Critical' day.
When you look at your biorythms you will see a white horizontal line
through the graph (x-axis). This line represents the 'base line' that
your biorythms relate to. There is also a vertial white line across the
graph (y-axis) that represents today.Each vertial tick going left to
right represents another day.
What does all this mean?
Basiclly, note where each biorythm crosses the base line. This indicates your bodies current state.
Physical Crosses Base Line
On physical critical days you may feel more tired and exhausted than
usual, or perhaps you are hyperactive, but in any event it is easier to
misjudge your physical state - to pull a muscle during exercise, for
instance, or in someother way to overstrain yourself. Some people find
they get drunk on much smaller amounts of alcohol; others have
difficulty in sleeping.
Emotional Crosses Base Line
On emotional critical days it is easier to lose your temper, to carp
andcriticize; but easier also to be moved to tears by a piece of music
or a foolish soap opera.
Intellectual Crosses Base Line
The intellectual cycle seems to affect your judgement, so that it is
easier to make mistakes in business, in working out the electricity
bill or the number of shopping days to christmas, to dash into some
silly error or misjudge someone's character.
How do I view my Biorythms?
Enter you date of birth below and your Biorythms will be plotted.