Critical days are those days when one or more of the biological cycles cross the zero point. At that time, the system of one is said to be in a state of flow and it may be desirable to show caution. Positive days are those days when one or more of the biological cycles have a positive maximum value. We all have our physical, emotional and intellectual (mental) cycles.
According to the theory, they run 23, 28 and 33 days respectively, starting at the time of birth. There are two main periods, positive and negative. When your physical curve is up, you feel more energetic and can take on impossible physical tasks when the physical index drops below zero. Critical days occur when cycles run in the reverse direction, from most to least or from least to most.
The direction of a change doesn't matter. On a critical day, the flow of energy changes dramatically. The most dangerous moment occurs when two or more cycles change their arrangement around zero points. It doesn't mean that bad things happen to you on critical days; it means you better be careful.
On critical days, energy becomes uncontrollable. Biorhythm theory is the pseudoscientific idea that our daily lives are significantly affected by rhythmic cycles with periods of exactly 23, 28 and 33 days, typically a 23-day physical cycle, a 28-day emotional cycle and a 33-day intellectual cycle. The idea was developed by Wilhelm Fliess in the late 19th century and became popular in the United States in the late 1970s. The proposal has been independently tested and, consistently, no validity has been found for it.
The 23-day and 28-day rhythms used by biorhythmists were first devised in the late 19th century by Wilhelm Fliess, a Berlin doctor and friend of Sigmund Freud. Tons of experiments were conducted in the world of sports to show that biorhythms can predict critical days and lucky days. Russian military versions of the biorhythmic charts also take into account solar flux and moon phase on the day of your birth. The biorhythm table is an overview of the mathematical processes of the biorhythms of the so-called positive and critical days.
According to the criminalist investigation of biorhythms, people most often plead guilty in their critical days.