The human body of light and biophotons

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More and more science is approaching the world of the spirit, and the discoveries of recent times come to confirm that we are more than the atoms and molecules that make up our body, and that in reality we are beings of light. Biophotons are emitted by the human body, can be released by mental intention and could modulate fundamental processes within intercellular communication and DNA.

Simply and the fact that we exist, it is a miracle in itself, but we have become accustomed to since we were born, that is, there is a strong universe aware of itself through ourselves.

Given the uniqueness of our existential condition, and of bodily incarnation as a whole, and given that our earthly existence is partly made up of sunlight, and requires the continuous consumption of condensed sunlight in the form of food, it would not sound too exaggerated that our body emits light.

Indeed, it has been discovered the fact that we, more precisely the human body emits biophotons, calso known as ultraweak photon emissions (UPE), with a visibility 1,000 times lower than the sensitivity of our naked eye. Although they are not visible to us, these particles of light (or where, depending on how you measure them) are part of the visible electromagnetic spectrum (380-780 nm) and are detectable by sophisticated modern instrumentation.

Alex_Grey_Painting Strategy StreamOur physical eyes, which are permanently exposed to the emission of ambient photons that pass through various eye tissues, emit ultra-weak photonic emissions induced by visible light. Even a hypothesis has been launched that visible light induces staggered bioluminescence within the exposed eye tissue, providing an explanation for the origin of the residual retinal image. [1]

Bókkon’s hypothesis suggests that photons released by chemical processes within the brain produce biophysical images during visual imagery, and a recent study found that when subjects actively imagined light in a very dark environment, their intention produced a significant increase in ultra-slab photonic emissions. This is consistent with an emerging point of view according to which biophotons are not only cellular-metabolic byproducts, but rather, since the intensity of biophotons can be considered higher inside the cell than outside it, it is possible for the mind to access this gradient (difference) of energy to create intrinsic biophysical images during perception and visual imagery. [2}

Biophotons are used by our body’s cells and DNA to store and communicate information. Apparently biophotons are used by the cells of many living organisms to communicate, which facilitates the transfer of energy/information which is several orders of magnitude faster than chemical diffusion.

Technically speaking, a biophoton is an elementary particle or a quanta of light of non-thermal origin in the visible and ultraviolet spectrum, emitted by a biological system. It is generally believed that they are produced as a result of energy metabolism within our cells, or more formally as a “… byproduct of biochemical reactions in which excited molecules are produced by bioenergetic processes involving species of reactive molecules containing oxygen” [3].

Because the body’s metabolism changes in a circadian manner, biophoton emissions also vary along the diurnal temporal axis. [4] Research has mapped the distinct anatomical locations within the body where biophotonic emissions are stronger and weaker, depending on the time of day.

alexgreyResearch has found that a stress-mediated oxidative difference in biophotonic emission between those who meditate versus those who do not meditate. Those who regularly practice meditation tend to have a lower ultra-weak photon emission (UPE), which is believed to be the result of lower levels of free radical reactions occurring in their bodies. In a clinical study involving practitioners of Transcendental Meditation, researchers found that: the lowest UPE intensities were observed in two subjects who meditated regularly. Spectral analysis of human UPE has suggested that ultra-weak emission is probably, at least in part, a reflection of the reactions of free radicals in a living system. It has been documented that the various physiological and biochemical changes follow the long-term practice of meditation and it is inferred that meditation could have an impact on the activity of free radicals. [5]

Interestingly, a plant well known for its uses in stress reduction (including measurable cortisol shrinks) and associated with amplified oxidative stress, has been clinically tested to reduce the level of biophotons emitted in human subjects. Known as rodiola, a study published in 2009 in the journal Phytotherapeutic Research found that those who consumed the plant for a week had a significant decrease in photon emission compared to those in the placebo group. [6]

It seems that modern science is only now coming to recognize the ability of the human body to receive and emit energy and information directly from the light coming from the Sun. [7]

There is also a growing realization that the Sun and moon affect biophotonic emissions through gravitational influences. Recently, biophoton emissions from wheat germs in Germany and Brazil have been found to be transcontinentally synchronized according to the rhythms associated with the lunisolar tide. [8] In fact, the force of the tide as a moon, to which the Sun contributes 30% and the Moon with 60% of the combined gravitational acceleration, has been found to regulate a number of traits of plant growth on Earth. [9]

intentionA recent commentary published in the journal Clinical Investigation and entitled “
Evidence about the power of intention”
addresses the following words on this subject:

Intention is defined as a thought directed to execute a determined action. Thoughts aimed at a goal can affect inanimate objects and virtually all living entities, from unicellular organisms to human beings. The emission of light particles (biophotons) seems to be the mechanism by which an intention produces its effects. All living organisms emit a constant stream of photons as a means of directing instantaneous nonlocal signals from one side of the body to another and to the outside world. Biophotons are stored in intracellular DNA. When the body is sick, changes occur in biophoton emissions. Direct intention manifests itself as an electrical and magnetic energy producing an orderly flow of photons. Our intentions seem to operate as a highly coherent frequency capable of changing the molecular structure of matter. In order for the intention to be effective, it is necessary to choose the right time. In fact, living beings are synchronized with each other, but also with the earth and its constant changes in magnetic energy. It has been shown that the energy of thought can also change the environment. Hypnosis, the phenomenon of stigmata and the placebo effect can also be considered as types of intention, as instructions to the brain, given during a certain state of consciousness. The cases of spontaneous or distant cures of extremely seriously ill patients represent situations of extraordinarily intense intention to control the disease that threatens our lives. The intention to heal, but also the beliefs of the sick person about the effectiveness of the healing influences favors his healing. In conclusion, studies of thoughts and consciousness emerge as fundamental aspects and not as mere epiphenomenes, and which quickly lead to a profound change in the paradigms of biology and medicine.

These amazing scientific discoveries only confirm that we are not only physical bodies made up of atoms and molecules, but we are much more, we are spiritual beings of light.

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[8} Cristiano M Gallep, Thiago A Moraes, Samuel R Dos Santos, Peter W Barlow. Coincidence of biophoton emission by wheat seedlings during simultaneous, transcontinental germination tests. Protoplasm. 2013 Jun; 250(3):793-6. Epub 2012 Sep 26. PMID: 23011402

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