Serotonin is a chemical that can only provide behavioral benefits when it’s produced in the brain. On a biological level, a deficiency in serotonin can lead to symptoms such as aggressive behavior and irritability. On a metaphysical level, a deficiency in serotonin might actually cause a delay of the manifestation of our dreams.
So, what steps can we take to ensure that the serotonin we produce remains at levels that help us instead of cause us possible pain? Well, as we’ve seen in previous blog entries, it appears that light may hold the answers we’re searching for.
According to a growing number of health specialists, exposure to sunlight may help increase serotonin levels in the body. Although studies of sunlight and serotonin are inconclusive, some researchers have recorded a positive correlation between serotonin synthesis and the number of hours per day spent in the sun. In fact, the mood disorder known as seasonal affective disorder (SAD) has long been treated by bright light therapy.
Another excellent way to increase levels of serotonin in our bodies is through exercise. Exercise has long been recognised as a good treatment for cases of mild depression because it offers natural mood-enhancing benefits – and offers none of the potential side effects of popular antidepressant drugs.
On a more sedentary level, meditation too has been known to increase serotonin production via an increase in Alpha brain wave patterns.
Now, although brain waves such as Alpha waves are generally associated with serotonin, once we cross the threshold into lower brain wave rhythms such as Theta or Delta, there is a significant drop in our so-called happiness chemical, and an increase in the sleep-inducing hormone known as melatonin.
Melatonin is a hormone which regulates our sleep patterns, and is produced by a gland called the pineal gland (also known in metaphysical circles as the “third eye”).
The pineal gland is stimulated by nerves from the eyes, and secrets melatonin at night when it’s dark.
Over the years, philosophers and metaphysical teachers have thought of the gland as the seat of the soul, an idea first put forth by French philosopher René Descartes.
Descartes believed that the pineal gland was the point of connection between the intellect and the body, the place in which all our thoughts are formed. This idea was reached by reasoning that we have two of pretty much everything (eyes, ears, hemispheres of the brain) and that because we only have one pineal gland, this must be the place where everything is united before entering into the soul.
The interesting thing about melatonin is that its production decreases as a person ages. This of course would allow more light in.
As we’ve previously talked about, it’s widely thought that if our biological system is flooded with too much light, things can start to go very wrong – too many biophotons can flood a system, causing undesirable conditions such as multiple sclerosis.
The general rule of thumb is: the healthier you are, the lower your light intensity and the better the coherence of that light. The fact that melatonin is known to be a powerful antioxidant used to treat some cancers seems to back up the idea.
But is it really true that too much light can be bad for you? How exactly is melatonin interacting with cancerous cells – and perhaps more importantly, why is the light there in the first place?
Could it be that, contrary to popular thinking, there is no such thing as too much light? Can it really be true that the happier we are, the more light we generate, which in turn leads to a greater level of interaction with the field of energy which forms our holographic reality?
Let’s take idea that multiple sclerosis is caused by too many biophotons. This is in fact a fallacy. It would appear that instead of too much light flooding the system and causing MS, the opposite is true – MS is more common in people who have darker skin pigmentation, or live farther from the equator, where there is less sunlight.
Sunlight provides us with Vitamin D, and it’s thought that decreased vitamin D production and intake has been the main biological mechanism which is a major factor in the development of MS.
Decreased sunlight exposure, resulting in a lack of biophotons, has not only been linked to a higher risk of MS, but also the development of cancer. Cancerous cells are known to glow, which gives the false impression that cancer is caused by increased biophoton emission (light).
Could it in fact be the case that cancerous cells generate light after the damage has been done in an attempt to repair the damage? Could it be that the cell is damaged by something other than too much light – a lack of interior light (biophotons) – and that the light we think is damaging the cell is actually simply an after effect triggered by the cell’s healing process? And what, if anything, has all of this to do with the process of manifesting our dreams?
The answer to the first two questions is “yes”. Instead of offering detailed explanations and data to support that answer, I instead direct you to a tremendous site where you can carry out your own investigation and reach your own conclusion: http://www.healingcancernaturally.com/
I also urge you to ‘Google’ the subject in order to further explore this subject.
The third question we asked is perhaps the most important one, as it pertains to metaphysical matters:
What, if anything, has all of this to do with the process of manifesting our dreams?
If you remember, we previously presented a theory that the body might somehow be able to siphon away the excess biophoton emissions into the zero point field, thus protecting the body from damage. We stated that the key to producing our dreams could lie in a quantum mechanical waste disposal system for light designed as a biological safeguard. If we’re now to believe that excessive levels of light no longer pose a threat to our bodies, is this theory still valid?
Our physical body is the perfect transmitter and feedback receiver. It’s designed this way so that we can experience who and what we are, so that we can choose the answer to the ultimate question of purpose.
It’s been postulated that biophotonic light is stored in the DNA of humans and serves as a sort of communication network spread right across the body.
Now, biophotons appear to communicate information not only across the body but also out into the extended environment. Every system within nature strives for stability. In order to achieve this, a system should generate a set and low level of energy. However, because all systems are in continual contact with a surrounding environment, there is a constant interaction of energy exchanges, often resulting in any one system acquiring more energy than it needs.
When a biological system (such as the human body) acquires excess energy, it will seek out a way to release it, thus allowing the system to return to, and maintain, its stable coherent state.
Again, could this process of energy release be responsible for delivering our desires? As photons carry information, is it possible that the biophotons our bodies release as a way of balancing energy are sending our desires and wishes out into the zero point field of infinite possibility?
This is where we get down to the quantum mechanical nuts and bolts of the manifestation of our dreams, the scientifically provable formulae of our ability to choose our experience of reality.
We all generate and interact with interconnected electromagnetic fields. The very fabric of these fields can be broken down into something called a vacuum state, or quantum state – otherwise known as the zero point energy field. This field contains no physical particles, but instead consists of fleeting wave/particles which blink in and out of existence. These wave/particles are in constant connection with everything else across the universe, each exchanging information, each existing as quantum energy packets of probability and potentiality.
It is here, in this quantum soup of endless possibility – the very fabric of creation – that our individual hopes and dreams mix with every single thought and idea that’s ever been, or will ever be…past, present, and future.
It is my personal belief that the main biological component of the process of choosing our physical reality – manifesting our dreams and generating our life experience with our thoughts – can be found in a quantum mechanical waste disposal system for light designed as a biological safeguard built into our bodies.
We live in a physical reality which is governed by a strict set of laws, each put in place for a reason: so that we can witness the process of choice from start to finish, from cause to effect. If our physical universe wasn’t designed in this way, we wouldn’t be able to choose the answer to the ultimate question of purpose, and witness the process in minute detail, from initial thought through to physical manifestation.
We’ve all been blessed with the gift of choice – we choose who we become, how we relate to other aspects of ourselves and the things we experience. It’s time for humanity to become aware of this fact, and to actively become involved in the process.
“Create What You Want With Secret Power of Effortless Thinking.” - Dr. Mehal Rockefeller
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