July 20, 2017
The therapeutic process is then delivered using optical glass electrodes, held in the patient’s hands. Biophoton light therapy is completely safe, painless and non-invasive. The number of treatments one might need depends upon factors such as, the body’s own power of recovery, the duration and seriousness of the problem and historic and current use of medications.
The History Behind the Technology
To many, words such as biophotons, biontology and light therapy seem new and even a little mysterious. Surprisingly, these very words can actually trace their roots back to ancient Egyptian science. However, it wasn’t until much later, 1923 actually, that Alexander Gurwitsch, originated the morphogenic field theory and discovered the biophoton. By the 1970’s, German, biophysicist, Fritz-Albert Popp proved Gurwitsch’s findings, confirmed the existence of biophotons and developed biophoton theory: a theory confirmed by such eminent scientists as, Herber Froehlich and Nobel Prize winner for Science, Ilya Prigogine.
Technical developments in the 70’s made it possible to observe and measure very tiny amounts of light. This led to the discovery that cells in our bodies are continuously absorbing and emitting light (each cell emits 100,000 photons per second). It was suspected, and later verified, that these biophotons serve as the information system which steers and controls the thousands of biochemical reactions taking place within each cell every second of our lives. In other words, biophotons are the software that run all body functions.
Healthy cells are known to emit coherent light (like lasers); unhealthy cells emit incoherent, chaotic light (like a common light bulb).
Coherent light has the capacity to carry large bundles of information, which incoherent light cannot do. For example, laser beams can carry the digital data for our computer and phone systems across miles of fiber-optic cables. In the same way, information piggybacked on coherent light is what controls and coordinates all chemical reactions in the cells of our bodies. If the light is incoherent, the information that it carries has been corrupted. The faulty information causes disordered cell activity, which in turn causes illness.
What can it be used to treat?
Bio-Photon Therapy is commonly used to treat allergies, anxiety, acne, asthma, arthritis, blood pressure, bronchitis, chronic fatigue, colds and flu, intestinal problems, depression, dyslexia, emotional problems, electromagnetic disturbances, herpes, glaucoma, gall stones, headaches, leukaemia, scars, stomach complaints, pre-menstrual tension, migraines, kidney stones, menopause, nose and throat polyps, prostate problems, back pain, whiplash, crown’s disease, lyme disease, pfeiffer syndrome and multiple sclerosis.
Bio-photon Therapists Worldwide
Mickie Stacey is the founder of Stop the Lyme Lies; a patient advocacy and information website for Lyme & MSIDS (Multisystemic Infectious Diseases Syndrome). She holds a BA (Hons) Arts & Humanities degree and is also a qualified Naturopathic Nutritionist. Mickie freelances for several online publications. When she’s not writing she enjoys printmaking and spending time with her family.