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Toward the end of his life, Albert Einstein confessed that he had spent his career trying to understand the nature of light — and was no closer to the answer than when he began. The mystery of light, however, didn’t begin with Einstein. It has been a question of the ages.
The Bible tells us that life began with the dawning of light, and virtually every spiritual tradition identifies light with the Creator, speaking of the “Divine Light” and the “Light of God,” and describing the process of spiritual evolution as “enlightenment.” Arriving at a realization is often referred to as “seeing the light,” and health and wellbeing are usually accompanied by a physical radiance. This radiance is, in fact, a quantifiable phenomenon, known to scientists as biophoton emission or ultra-weak bioluminescence.
The relationship between light and health begins in our eyes. When light enters the eyes, it travels through the brain directly to the body’s “biological clock” located within the brain’s brain, or hypothalamus. The hypothalamus shares the light-activated information it receives with the body’s master gland, the pineal, which regulates our vital functions by linking the nervous and endocrine systems. Acting as the body’s light meter, the pineal gland communicates data about the time of day, time of year, spectral characteristics, and the earth’s electromagnetic field with every cell of the body simultaneously. In doing so, each cell orchestrates its internal function in sync with Mother Nature.
After 40 years of clinical research, Dr. Jacob Liberman has observed that human beings have a natural receptivity to certain frequencies of light (or colors), and a resistance to others. These preferences typically bear direct relation to an individual’s receptivity to certain frequencies of life. When applied through the eyes, colored light has been shown to non-invasively mitigate challenges affecting the mind and body, yielding an increased receptivity to, and emanation of, the full electromagnetic spectrum — as well as a recalibration with the natural world — the true basis of our health and wellness.
Exercise Your Eyes with Dr. Jacob Liberman
Dr. Jacob Liberman is a pioneer in the fields of light, vision and consciousness, and author of Light: Medicine of the Future, Take Off Your Glasses and See, and Wisdom From an Empty Mind. He earned a Doctorate of Optometry from Southern College of Optometry, a Ph.D. in Vision Science from the College of Syntonic Optometry, and was awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Science from the Open International University for Complementary Medicines. He is a Fellow Emeritus of the American Academy of Optometry, College of Optometrists in Vision Development, College of Syntonic Optometry and International Academy of Color Sciences, and Past President of the College of Syntonic Optometry. He is also the recipient of the H.R. Spitler Award for his pioneering contributions to the field of phototherapy. Dr. Liberman has shared his discoveries and insights with more than 2,000 audiences worldwide and been enthusiastically endorsed by luminaries in the fields of health, science, spirituality and sports. He is the inventor of the Color Receptivity Trainer, Spectral Receptivity System and EYEPORT Vision Training System, the first FDA-cleared medical device that significantly improves visual performance. Dr. Liberman is the Founder of Exercise Your Eyes, Inc. and President of the International Society For The Study Of Subtle Energies And Energy Medicine (ISSSEEM). He is a faculty member of the Institute for Scientific Exploration and serves on the advisory board of the Institute for Science, Spirituality and Sustainability. His most recent project, EYELIGHT, will revolutionize our understanding of how light interacts with the body by evaluating the composition of light entering and exiting the eyes.
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