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Resilience:Accept an event, feel and know, see what is really is going on by the eyes of love, and then choose where you want to stand. #resilience #coherencehotspot ... See MoreSee Less
6 days ago
By Dr Jack Kruse:Do you want to start to tap the doctor in your own body for nature's wisdom? Watch this. Nitric Oxide (NO) binds to cytochrome c oxidase to block ECT because when sunlight is present we don’t need a speedy ECT. This proves all mammals have the photosynthetic capability. Only short wavelength UV light liberates NO from the skin into the circulatory system. NO is a vasodilator that lowers BP and enhances circulation while reducing energy production in mitochondria. There is no better proof that humans are photosynthetic when you understand how NO works to liberate oxygen in cytochrome c in the mitochondria under strong mid-day sunlight. The complementary NIR light restores energy production when food electrons are not present. This is why intermittent fasting is much easier in fully balanced solar environments. It also points out why artificial light leads to obesity in all cases. NIR light increases O2 and ATP sans food electrons. NO helps slow ECT when we are in sunlight with UV light. It is obvious sunlight can be used to power us when we need it to, but only if we allow our skin and eyes to assimilate the signal in our tissues mitochondria.Red light preconditions the skin’s mitochondria in the morning to protect itself from UVA and UVB light that will come later in the day. What helps protect us? Red light improves mitochondrial function by shrinking the respiratory proteins by raising melatonin levels which act to regenerate and recycle mitochondrial DNA. This is how you build your solar callus with AM sunlight that is filled with red light and has the ideal color temperature fingerprint for our skin and eyes. Conversely, blue light has the exact opposite effects on the mitochondria in the skin and eye that lead to degeneration and the need for medical renovations which are not optimized to natural law. Blue light causes mitochondrial destruction, loss of DHA, lowering melatonin, and leads to aging and illness everywhere we look. A lack of AM spectrum has massive biologic implications when we miss using visible range AM sunlight at 550, 605, and 655 nm and near-IR at 830 nm light. Even the oxidized species that can be present in the AM light and can be represented by the 655 nm band or light is bleached by the presence of molecular oxygen intermediates P and F in cytochrome c oxidase (cytochrome 3). P is characterized by an absorbance spectrum at 607 nm relative to the oxidized enzyme and F is characterized by an absorbance spectrum at 580 nm relative to the oxidized enzyme which is both presents in AM sunlight. 635 nm LED light has even been shown in the literature to increase the scavenging of excessive superoxide anions made in mitochondria completely independent from the cellular enzymatic antioxidant system.All technology devices give us negative phototherapy because they have a color temperature output of 6500K (which represents noon color temperature) and a luminance of 300 cd/m^2. The color temperature of the sun changes as the day progresses. So in the AM sunrise, the color temperature of light is only 1800 Kelvin, at 10 AM it is 4000 K, at solar noon it is 5500 K, at high noon (12-1:30PM) it rises to 12,000 K, and at dusk. It builds as the day goes on. It is not linked to the frequencies of light as many expect. At sunrise we have visible and IR light mainly. At 10 AM we add UVA to the visible and IR light. At noon we get full complement UVA/UVB/visible/IR light. At 1:30PM we have UVA/Visible/IR light and at dusk, we have Visible and IR light.My words, the text in my books, blog posts, or books doesn't change……….. but the reader thinking adapts as their understanding of light deepens. ... See MoreSee Less
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Heart cell Cymatics..."This image shows the ‘cymatics’, or geometric patterns created in heart cells when applying various sounds. In bio-acoustic sound medicine, is taught that sounds are imprinting every cell and science continues to prove this ancient axiom. Cardiologist Sean Wu, MD, PhD and Utkan Demirci, PhD, an acoustic bio-engineer use acoustics to manipulate heart cells into intricate patterns. A simple change in frequency and amplitude puts the cells in motion, guides them to a new position and holds them in place. Acoustics can create a form that resembles natural cardiac tissue. With sound they can create new tissue to replace parts of damaged hearts. Acoustics can be used in reconstructing other organ tissue and blood vessels. Sounds are use to create and harmonize, as well as clean and release. Both principles are used in science using high precision acoustical generators. The same principles can be applied safely by individuals using non-invasive, natural harmonic sounds, such as our voices and acoustic instruments." ... See MoreSee Less