Introduction

Everything in the universe is made up of energy.  Molecules, medicines, pathogens, and even human emotions can be defined as information in a vibratory state.  Every cell pulses electrically, and the body itself emanates electromagnetic fields in the form of light particles known as photons.

The cells in our body communicate with each other through light. Technical advances in the 1970’s made it possible to observe and measure these previously undetectable amounts of light, now referred to as biophotons. More recent research shows that these biophotons serve as the information system that steers and controls thousands of biochemical reactions taking place within each cell, every second of our lives. They act as if imbedded in a biological software program, constantly fine-tuning itself, while running all of our body’s functions.

 
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