Light has been used for healing for many centuries, starting with the Greeks and Romans who recognised the positive effects of sunlight. What we usually call light, is the visible part of the spectrum of electromagnetic radiation. The “rainbow effect” in the light spectrum is a well-known phenomenon. What we call light is that range of colours. Conventional light has a thermal effect, it warms up the skin. For example, ultraviolet light is the part of the spectrum that is responsible for tanning your skin while infrared light is used as a heat source.
Light is a formlessness of energy that comes straight from the source (God) as a beam and filters in through many layers of energy and density of matter. Light moves at the speed of 300,000 km per second at 20 degrees Celsius but is slowed down by cooler air and tools for healing, etc. Then the speed is 144,000 km per second.
The different layers are accordingly:
NOTE: There are many others but these are the main ones.
The final product is energy that we humans can use and benefit greatly from, if only we know how to use it.
All our healings help us to remove limitations. It helps us to move past limited thinking and fears. If possible, wear white to the session, drink lots of water before the session and try to avoid caffeine 2-3 hours before the session.
By using the technology of the laser light we can concentrate and focus that light or energy from God(Source) on the required area to bring relief and move/infiltrate stagnant energy causing pain.
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