Light Communication and Our Cells

Dr. Michael Karlfeldt, ND, PhD explains how our cells communicate with light or biophoton emission from all different organisms around us. During cell activity, a network of light is continually released and absorbed by our DNA, and ultimately is a regulatory process for everything in the body.

We have about 100 to 200 trillion cells in our bodies, depending on how big you are. ATP is our universal energy currents for metabolism. Each cell consumes and replaces all its ATP (energy carrying molecule found in the cells of all living things) about once every one to two minutes. That is about 10 million reactions per second.

If you only would account for the ATP reactions in the body, we can account for at least 1 and then 21 zeros of chemical reactions every second in our bodies. If someone asks whether you are busy, tell them, “Yes I am!”

The old way of thinking was that every action in the body was chemically-reaction dependent; meaning that one chemical reaction didn’t take place until it was triggered by a previous chemical reaction. 

What researchers realized is that if this were the case, a series of reactions that only take a split second in the body would take several minutes. So they started to look at light as being the source of communication within and between the cells. This light communication was first discovered in 1923 by Russian medical scientist Professor Alexander V. Gurevich who named them mitogenic rays. In 1974, German biophysicist Fritz-Albert Popp took the steps to prove their existence.

All living cells of plants, animals and human beings emit biophotons, or light. This light emission communicates about the activity and state or well-being of every cell in the body. For instance, cancer cells and healthy cells of the same type can be discriminated by typical differences in biophoton emission, or light emission. This biophoton light is stored in the DNA molecules of cell nuclei.

From all the activities of all the cells, a dynamic web of light constantly is released and absorbed by the DNA. This light is thought to connect cell organelles, which are the organs within the cells, the cells themselves, tissues and organs within the body, and serve as our main communication network to regulate all processes in the body.

Around our bodies we have this structured field of light that has within it, the information about all the activities in the body. To take this one step further, a beam of light transmits information in both directions. As the body emits light along with the information transmitted in that light beam, information about it surrounding, is transmitted in that same beam of light, back into the body.

An everyday example of this is when we go grocery shopping and we scan the bar code of a product. When that beam of light hits the bar code of the box or can we are holding, the information of the bar code is transmitted back into the machine, through the same light beam that is emitted from the scanner.

What this means is that information about things around us is continually transmitted into every cell of our body, and can and does affect the activities of each and every cell. This principle will explain the technique laser energetic detox that I will explain later on in this show. It comes along with some fascinating implications.

For example, the people you surround yourself with: their light emission will affect your cells, and vice versa. Your environment at home or workplace can alter your cellular activity: how you manufacture enzymes, how you detoxify, how you produce hormones, how effective your immune system is, and a variety of other functions are affected by this light communication.

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