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Extrasensory Perception and The Biophoton Model
Extrasensory perception (ESP) is defined as the reception of information not gained through the recognized physical senses, but sensed by the mind.
Light is produced by human cells in which forms a major component of our bodies, whereby connecting our bodies as a whole and connecting us to the outer environment. This light is emitted as a low-intensity glow (ultra weak biophoton emission) normally unseen by the naked eye and only detectable via sensitive photomultiplier tubes and associated electronic equipment.
This light’s spectral range of frequencies (colors) extends from 200-800 nanometers. In other words, it extends from the UV-C and UV-A through the entire visible range into the infrared. This light from within and emanating from human beings is coherent light, or rather light in which is capable of cooperation and communication throughout the entire mind and body.
Typically, in laboratory settings, such coherence is only observed in temperatures slightly above zero. However, in this case, such levels of coherence are being found to exist even at room temperature. In other words, biophotons (biological light packets or photons) consist of light with a high degree of order (coherence) that is very quiet and shows an extremely stable intensity void of fluctuations normally observed in light.
This stability in field strength allows waves to superimpose resulting in interference effects that are also not observed in ordinary light. In addition, because of this high degree of order, this form of light is able to generate and keep sustained order, and allows the light to transmit information within us.
Biophotons are well known as capable of activating physiological processes, and at various frequencies, biophotons perform various functions. The weak biophoton emission produced is due to normal human response that is considered in part to be by-product of cellular metabolism.
The weak biophoton emission produced by human beings is also in part assumed to be the expression of an overall regulating field within us. Here, human beings are best described as open macroscopic quantum living systems far from thermodynamic equilibrium. Through experimentation, DNA has been found to be the most fundamental storage of light and source of biophoton emissions.
Such findings have lead researchers to describe DNA as a “master conductor.” In fact, when DNA is directed towards a certain frequency, associated molecules follow DNA’s lead. Biophoton emissions are adequate to organize and orchestrate the body, and their quality of low intensity has been found to be due to these communications occurring at the quantum level.
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(Adapted from the book “A Quantum Approach Series” by Theresa M. Kelly, MsD.)