Reiki, Huna Kane, Healing Touch, the laying of hands, and crystal healing all have one thing in common. Each healing modality uses light to do the healing. In truth, light is the only thing that actually does the healing. What a simple principle! Find a way for light to enter an area of disease or injury, and the healing begins. Find a way to get enough light to the area, and complete healing will happen.
From the body of knowledge about how divine light and crystals work on Earth and in the heavens found in my books, The Crystal Textbook, The Story of Light, Path to Enlightenment, and The Story of Light, Through Heaven’s Gate, the red light frequency range is a highly penetrating band of frequencies. If you are going to use light to enter a diseased or injured area, the red frequency range is the most certain of all frequencies to get through. To appreciate the qualities of red light, consider that the red frequencies of the crystal, Ruby, are harnessed to create laser beam cutting tools.
The far infrared spectrum of frequencies does not lend itself to being a laser cutting tool, but its range of frequencies, in the quantity emitted by the elements of the far infrared sauna makes a notable contribution to the healing process. Because there are multiple elements in each sauna, each putting out a breadth of rays within the sauna, light will find its way into significant portions of the body, to a depth of up to 1.5”. Healing becomes generalized throughout.
Will a far infrared sauna make a difference to your healing process? Far infrared saunas have several endorsements from medical doctors. My own GP believes in the process enough to have sent me to take laser light therapy, which involved both red and far infrared bands of light. After experiencing how effective the process was in knocking-out the pain and making it easier to walk, I started looking around for a treatment regime that I could do at home. I did the research on the pros and cons of infrared saunas. I went with the Far North Sauna people in Edmonton, Alberta primarily because the heating elements that emit the infrared rays are ceramic, as opposed to carbon or aluminum. Beyond that, the price was reasonable, the unit was easy to assemble, it fit easily into the basement, used normal electric plugins, and there was a stereo built-in. Unfortunately, Far North Saunas have since gone out-of-business.
My wife and I understand light and healing, and understand the value of using a far infrared light sauna on a regular basis. With regular use, I began to notice a lessening of the pain in my body’s injuries, especially in my knees.
The following excerpt comes from the Far North Sauna (Edmonton, Alberta) website prior to their demise.
Getting a far infrared sauna did not end with the company mentioned above. They are still quite available and probably in your local area. Further, information on the healing benefits of the far infrared light spectrum is also quite available. A simple internet search should get you there.
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