A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE ON LIGHT FOR HEALING

A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE ON LIGHT FOR HEALING

“In Hindu metaphysical tradition, chakras are centers of life force, or vital energy and respond to vital points on the physical body.”

A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE ON LIGHT FOR HEALING

By analyzing and integrating the building knowledge of the ancient cultures of Egyptian, Greek and Mayan societies as well as ancient practices such as Vastu Shastra, Feng Shui, and Zen philosophy, we can develop formulas and metrics that can be translated into present day design and build lighting strategies.

We should be cognizant of the various energy fields around us. Electromagnetic radiation generated by electrical cables, transformers, microwaves, and mobile phones bombard our bodies with frequencies that we are not adapted to. Electrochemical processes of the human body are easily disturbed by these frequencies.

Geopathic stress occurs where the earth’s electromagnetic field becomes distorted. This can be created by underground streams, sewers, water pipes, electricity, tunnels, mineral formations, and geological faults. Evidence has shown that humans occupying geographically stressed zones for long periods of time have a higher risk of cancer. In traditional Chinese medicine, a meridian is a path through which the life energy “qi” flows through the body. There are 12 principal meridians divided into yin and yang groups, each associated with a region of the body. In Hindu metaphysical tradition, chakras are centers of life force, or vital energy, and respond to vital points on the physical body. Chakras are also used in tantric and yogic traditions of Hinduism and Buddhism. The different visible colors correspond to the seven chakras, with each chakra governing a specific area of the body. Chakras originate from tantric and yogic traditions of Buddhism and Hinduism. The connections of the chakras to the body are understood to be a part of the “subtle body,” which is not able to be found through autopsy. The chakras also correspond to the seven planets and the seven days of the week.

“The Schumann resonances are naturally occurring beneficial EM waves oscillating between the earth and the ionosphere.”

Electromagnetic grids like the Hartmann Grid are defined using the Chinese terms: yin and yang. North-south lines [yin] and are made up of a cold energy. East-west lines [yang] and are made up of a hot, dry, rapidly-acting energy. The Hartmann knot is defined as a geopathogenic point where two Hartman lines cross. Dr. Hartmann found that sleeping over double negative crossings leads to nervous disturbances, headaches, cramps, and other illnesses.

The Schumann resonances are naturally occurring, beneficial EM waves oscillating between the earth and the ionosphere. They have a similar frequency to brain waves and follow similar daily patterns [7.83 Hz]. We can consider them to be the “heartbeat” of the earth. They regulate the body’s internal clock, affecting sleeping patterns and the menstrual cycle. Exposing people to Schumann resonances increases immune response and decreases the absorption of harmful chemicals. Buildings with reinforced concrete structural systems and metal roofs block Schumann waves. NASA installed self-generating Schumann waves into spacecrafts to prevent astronauts from returning feeling distressed and disorientated.

Dr. Paul Nogier, a French Neurologist, discovered that all organs of the body are in resonance with a specific frequency and all of these frequencies are in harmony with the musical note “D.” “Sickness results when cells, molecules, or particles of matter are out of their normal resonance or vibratory pattern. By repeatedly exposing damaged tissue to the normal resonance frequencies associated with that tissue, healing often occurs, sometimes quite rapidly.”

“It is important to retain the knowledge garnered from ancient building science to navigate our way into the future.”

Dr. Charles Mcgee conducted experiments using a light therapy device consisting of LEDs. LEDs that pulsed at Nogier frequencies were found to have far stronger healing effects than non-pulsed LEDs. As modern lighting technology is evolving toward more energy efficient lighting, with technologies like OLED that allow entire surfaces to emit light rather than a traditional point light source, it is important to retain the knowledge garnered from ancient building science to navigate our way into the future.

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