Monday, November 15, 2010

Of Kidneys,Adjacências,Mercury Healing and Light

drawing by marguerita
One of the most neglected conditions in many hospitals, medical facilities involved in health care,despite all the talking ,is in fact the aspect of lighting,the environment and food, regarding healing.
I already have experienced that fact in the past and observed that aspect.
Since I am now forced to spend three hours ,three times a week ,tethered to a dialyser, a machine that runs my blood in and out to remove toxic wastes, I kept wondering why in hell ,as soon as I arrive,I feel so exhausted and during and after. exacerbating my already existing symptoms.
I try to read or divert my mind,maybe listen to music or forget the ordeal So I started to understand my surroundings.
I look at the ceilings and realize that the space in reality is adequate for storage of inanimate objects and now I am in reality being injected with mercury, through the artificial lighting, the fluorescent industrial lighting all over me.
All fluorescent lamps contain a small amount of elemental mercury (Hg), also known as quicksilver. When lamps are cold, some of the mercury in the lamp is in liquid form, but while the lamp is operating, or when the lamp is hot, most of the mercury is in a gaseous or vapor form.

Mercury vapor is a highly toxic substance, with an "extreme" rating as a poison. Even in liquid form, contact with mercury is considered life-threatening or a "severe" risk to health. Mercury can cause severe respiratory tract damage, brain damage, kidney damage, central nervous system damage, and many other serious medical conditions even for extremely small doses."

I then invest myself in understanding the phenomena of lighting,which is from ancient and primitive times a concern of humans.
"The philosophy that guides this concept is rooted in research in the neurosciences, environmental psychology, psychoneuroimmunology, and evolutionary biology. The common thread linking these bodies of research is the physiological effects of stress on the individual and the ability to heal. Psychologically supportive environments enable patients and families to cope with and transcend illness. There is considerable confusion about what constitutes a healing environment. Some refer to what we have come to know as "hospitality healthcare design" of the 1980s as healing environments. While some hotels have a high level of design and drama which may be aesthetically appealing, they generally lack those qualities that one would consider to be restorative or conducive to physical, emotional, and spiritual healing. The goal of all healing environments is to engage patients in the conscious process of self-healing and spiritual growth. Spaces should be designed to be nurturing and therapeutic and, most important, to reduce stress, aimed at eliminating environmental stressors and putting patients in contact with nature in the treatment setting. The Importance of Lighting Eighty percent of what we interpret of our surroundings comes to us from what we see of our environment and that is greatly affected by the light available in that environment. Lighting design in healthcare environments is a major factor in creating healing situations. Since the design of healthcare environments is said to influence patient’s outcomes, yet high costs prevent most hospitals from renovating or rebuilding, changes in lighting becomes a cost effective way to improve existing environments. It is proven that people who are surrounded by natural light are more productive and live healthier lives." Humans are an electromagnetic, energy phenomena with swirls, currents, pulsations and vibrations that move through and extend out from the body creating a field of energy. This field vitally serves us in a number of ways. Like skin, it protects us from other energetic phenomena such as sun flares, strong electromagnetic fields of energy created around power lines, fluorescent lighting, nuclear radiation and a multitude of other unbalanced energies. It assimilates and organizes sensory information before it enters the body, helping us from becoming overwhelmed or disoriented. It communicates to others our intentions and what we want to create in the world. It connects us to others. We are biologically wired to be social and our energy field helps us feel part of the human race. It’s part of our grounding mechanisms, connecting us to Earth’s magnetic grids, providing the energetic stance for a focused, quiet mind. It creates a container for our body systems that creates vital well being and communication among all parts. It balances and synchronizes our internal systems with external systems that include changes in weather, seasons, moon cycles as well as social interactions with those around us. As our planet continues to lose its ozone layer, is affected by radiation from nuclear and toxic waste sites, increases its electrical usage and experiences other ecosystem breakdowns, our energy fields are more and more challenged to stay strong, healthy and vibrant. Proof of a Human Energy Field How do we know a human energy field exists? The human energy field has been known for millennium in both Eastern and Western systems, primarily from the higher senses of feeling or seeing. Yoga, a scientific system developed in India thousands of years ago and still vital and relevant today, introduced the concept of chakras, energetic centers found in seven major locations in the body that contribute to an energy field around us. Chi Kung, Tai Chi and other martial arts from China and Japan actively work with the energy emanating from the body, directing it in powerful ways for healing or fighting. In Western religious art, the human energy field has been acknowledged with golden halos painted above saints’ heads. Intuitives, psychics and other higher sense perceivers have long talked about seeing an aura of multiple colors emanating from around the body. Most recently, Western science has begun to discover and measure the energies created by the body. Over a 20 year period, Valerie Hunt, a neurophysiologist, scientifically investigated energy fields. Her findings were published in her book titled Infinite Mind: Science of the Human Vibrations of Consciousness. Quantum physicists in their investigations have also discovered human energy fields. In true scientific fashion, however, what healers simply call the energy field or aura, a quantum physicist refers to as a “hyperfield containing hyperspatial properties of torsion fields.” Other noted books for a scientific explanation of the human energy field are: Science and Human Transformation; Subtle Energies, Intentionality and Consciousness by William Tiller and Energy Medicine by James Oshman. Chakra is a concept referring to wheel-like vortices which, according to traditional Indian medicine, are believed to exist in the surface of the etheric double of man.[2] The Chakras are said to be "force centers" or whorls of energy permeating, from a point on the physical body, the layers of the subtle bodies in an ever-increasing fan-shaped formation. Rotating vortices of subtle matter, they are considered the focal points for the reception and transmission of energies.[3] Different systems posit a varying number of chakras; the most well known system in the West is that of 7 chakras

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