In a complex universe with spaces as large as galaxies and as mysterious as black holes, is it possible for us to grasp the vast amount of information we may be able to tap into? Nature has an uncanny way of knowing the exact formulae and timing necessary for survival.
Memory and knowledge must exist everywhere.
Nature has built-in technology. For example:
Successive generations of Monarch butterflies and American goldfinches are guided on journeys of thousands of miles to Mexico by internal GPSs with the latest updates and built-in compasses that surpass those manmade to measure earth’s magnetic field.
Whales, dolphins, and fish also embark on treks. Elaborate colonies of ants and bees have their destinies predetermined before they hatch. Even the family dog knows when you’re about to come home from vacation.
And the cat’s already in hiding before you call the vet for an appointment.
Ask yourself …
- Are all past, present, and future expressions of natural and technological advancement available here and now in frequencies and patterns to those able to perceive them?
- Does all information across time and space impact us even without our conscious awareness? If so, it might help explain phenomena including premonitions, telepathy, psychic abilities, and remote reviewing.
Visions and messages are part of a silent language within many octaves of vibration. And, each has its own music-like scale. In induced altered states, such as in shamanism, alchemy, and other mystical practices, brainwave activity can change.
Is this evidence of a link to higher consciousness?
Shamanism and light therapy
All secret societies and mystical practices can fit under the umbrella of shamanism. As ancient healing traditions, ways of life, and spiritual practices, shamanism taps into the universal spiritual wisdom of creation rooted in nature and applies it to strengthen humans’ natural connections. Altered states of consciousness are reached in order to perceive and interact with a spirit world and channel these higher energies into our earthly world.
Shamans believe they gain knowledge and healing powers by entering other worldly realms through dreams or visions that convey certain messages. This practice of illumination is about our connection to nature, self-healing, community, and spiritual practice. In shamanic practices, color is one path to connect to the higher octaves of vibration.
Spiritual light therapy
This method has always been a natural way of life. The sun has been worshipped by ancient cultures as an all-knowing deity. Mythology and folklore have recorded many powerful and caring solar deities with abilities to rule over the earth. They were said to answer and fulfill wishes in response to prayer. Incredible kingdoms, infrastructures, and sacred pyramidal sites were built to draw in universal powers that may be more advanced than today’s technology.
Perhaps guidance was transmitted by light, including that beyond the visible spectrum. The sun illuminates consciousness. Today spiritual light therapy has a broader meaning. The English word spirit comes from the Latin spiritus, meaning breath, soul, courage, or vigor.
Our heart is like a miniature sun. It generates an electro-magnetic field that has been measured by scientific means. We reside in this atmosphere emanation called the auric field, or the aura of radiant colors that surrounds us.
Alchemy and light therapy
Ancient Greeks combined all their knowledge of cosmogony and man into a mathematical theorem. The solar system with its astrological patterns was a basic element of alchemical theory. Its process was based on vibratory patterns brought into form. These archetypes are designed with intent. Symbols can also be used in color therapy practices to shape the light emission.
During the Renaissance Period
Paracelsus, a Swiss physician, alchemist, and astrologer knew the importance of having an academic knowledge of natural sciences. Humans and nature must be in harmony as everything is interrelated. Alchemy focused on clearing life’s energy-wasting frictions, such as worry, fear, and anxiety. The desired outcome was for positive rhythms to flow smoothly.
All answers were believed to reside within nature.
A series of secret symbols was said to be capable of making dreams come true. Elias Artista was said to have been the perfect alchemist and eternal. He claimed there was nothing in his body to cause him to die.
Today, all branches of energy work strive for harmony. The use of geometry symbols is a sacred art with its transformative potential. Although we’re unable to grasp how the pairing of specific shapes and color light works at a subconscious level, many have experienced a positive outcome that makes it a popular modality.
Disclaimer: The ideas and opinions expressed herein are based on the author’s experience and research in the field. No medical claims are made.
© 2020. All rights reserved. Julianne Bien. Spectrahue Light & Sound Inc., Canada
Julianne Bien is the inventor of The Spectrahue Method of light therapy comprised of Lumalight tools and its training program to complement holistic and spiritual lifestyles.