Your body communicates and influences others. And I’m not just talking about your words, tone of voice, and body posture/gestures.
Your heart and mind communicate, too. And they do this with photons, or photons to be exact. In 1974, biophysicists demonstrated the vibrational behavior of so-called junk DNA as the primary source of extremely weak light emission, also called biophotons. Biophotons can now be detected radiating from our hearts and brains.
Whoa – just a second? Does your brain emit light? really? And your heart as well? Fabulous.
We affect others with the biophotons we radiate. We all know what “good” and “bad” feelings are. When you are near someone who is angry or radiates “bad” feelings, your body wants to move away from them. Likewise, when a person radiates “good” feelings, you feel drawn to them. Where do these feelings come from? Is it the “sense” form of biophotons?
How do we know that we emit light?
In 1926, a Russian embryologist Alexander Gorwich He discovered the emission of light from cells in an organism (Gurwitsch, 1934). called them cleavage. Then in 1974 a German researcher and candidate for the Nobel Prize in Physics Fritz Albert Pop He reconfirmed the existence of these splitting rays and renamed them biophotons. He verified that all biological systems transmit light and information and that these subatomic light particles are emitted by every living system, including the cells and DNA of our bodies. Since photons are the smallest unit of electromagnetic energy, it is not surprising that we feel them as we see them.
What does this mean for all of us
When I had a fortune to support the Dalai Lama on his Midwest tour in 2010, I saw his aura. He radiated a light about 30 feet away from his body. Now I understood what I was seeing… biophotons! Here are some pictures of biophotons if you’re curious.
In the Dalai Lama’s book, The Book of Joy: Lasting Happiness in a Changing World, he cites a study by German researchers at the University of Kassel. It turns out that the chest (the center of the heart) of the average person emits 20 biophotons per person. Second, however, if a person meditates at the center of his heart and sends love and light to others, his heart emits 100,000 photons per second.
This is 5,000 times more than the average human being. many studies She has shown that when these biophotons are infused with the intent of loving and healing, their frequency and vibration increase to the point where they can literally change matter, heal disease, and transform negative events. This is what Reiki It is, and this explains why approximately 20% of elderly patients who receive Reiki therapy are cured of their “chronic” ailments and are freed from hospice care. I have personally witnessed this over my 23 years as a volunteer in hospice care.
The Dalai Lama says in his book, “After ten minutes of meditation on compassion, in kindness to others, you will see its effects throughout the day. This is the way to maintain a calm and happy mind.”
This is how we can all make a positive difference in the world.
And maybe that’s why being together, and working close to each other is so beneficial. We can feel more easily and be affected by everyone’s positive biophotons.
Each of us emits light (electromagnetic energy) called biophotons. Scientists can now image these vital photons emitted from the heart, brain and body.
The quality of the light we emit can positively affect others. We can all make differences.
How would you like to make a positive difference today?