Infrared rays help improve mitochondrial functions of human body. By Guy Harriman
In our busy world we often get caught up in too much thinking and reaction to the outside world. This is a state of excess “Yang Chi” which takes us away from harmony and balance in our heart. The brain in particular follows external signals. This is called frequency following, and can be seen in EEG studies. If the environment is chaotic, then we automatically tune into the chaos and experience stress in all our systems – physical, energetic, emotional, and mental.
Eventually we have difficulty sleeping, lose energy, and experience brain fog and loss of memory. The problems build up slowly over time as the body does its best to adopt to the toxic environment. Eventually symptoms appear when our natal reserves (jing chi) is depleted.
The universe is made from magnetic and electric fields emanating as oscillation from stillness, also called zero point energy in current physics. This stillness is known as the Tao in traditional Chinese philosophy. There are two parts to oscillating magnetic fields. One is toroidal, and is a donut shape. In the center of this torus is a vortex, like the water you see flowing down a drain when you remove the plug from a bath of water. Nature always uses the vortex – you can see it in sea shells for example.
The magnetic field generated by a human heart is a torus, with the center plane and vortexing vertical pole (Tai Chi pole in Taoist theory, or Shushumna in Yogic science) centered in the heart chakra.
The three Dan Tiens work harmoniously at different frequencies. The upper Dan Tien is around the head. Blue light (Yang chi) enters at the top of the head. When both halves of the brain are working together (logical and intuitive aspects), a 40Hz EEG wave is seen going from the back to the front of the brain. The middle Dan Tien is centered around the heart. The heart is a vortex pump and holds the balance between the conscious upper Dan Tien and the subconscious lower Dan Tien. In EEG terms, this is 8Hz frequency, the boundary between theta and alpha waves. This is also the frequency of the Earth, called the Schumann frequency. The lower Dan Tien holds the low EEG frequencies of sleep. In deep sleep, the EEG waves are centered at 2Hz.
The PyraLight pad uses a technique called super-pulsing to combine 40Hz, 8Hz, and 2Hz as both magnetic and Red/Infra-Red light. When placed on your body, or under your pillow overnight, it harmonizes all three Dan Tiens and for each individual, disharmony changes as the environment changes.
The reason we lose brain function as we age is that the number and capacity of the mitochondria reduces over time in a toxic environment, with poor quality food and lack of sleep and exercise. Mitochondria are the power packs of our cells. The brain uses 80% of the energy in the body, and so the neurons have most of the mitochondria in our body. The well-known energy pathway of ADP to ATP is partly powered by sugars and ketones, but recent research has revealed that 60% of the energy comes from light (in the form of infra red heat inside our bodies. This is due to an enzyme called cytochrome C oxidase. Therefore providing red and IR light directly to the body increases the mitochondrial function.
IR LEDs therapy is well known in China for use after strokes, heart attack, or in dementia. Most of the research with nasal IR lasers in the last 20 years comes from Chinese researchers. However, the available models are generally constant light. For the reasons given above, super-pulsing is much more effective than static signals.