Red Light & Change Of Lifestyle
According to The Dermatology Review …
“Many anti-aging creams and medications are known to cause photosensitivity, which can significantly damage your skin. […] For example, supplements containing St. John’s Wort, can cause the body to be sensitive to light, which would be a problem during red light therapy.”
Yes, No, Maybe.
Kenneth M. Klemow, Andrew Bartlow, Justin Crawford, Neil Kocher, Jay Shah, & Michael Ritsick (“Medical Attributes of St. John’s Wort (Hypericum perforatum),” Herbal Medicine: Biomolecular and Clinical Aspects. 2nd Edition. 2011) wrote …
“PDT [photodynamic therapy] with hypericin [naphthodianthrone, a red-colored anthraquinone-derivative, a constituent of St. John’s Wort] promises to treat both nonmelanoma and melanoma skin cancer cells. A pilot study conducted by Kacerovská et al. (2008) found that topical application of H. perforatum [St. John’s Wort] extract followed by irradiation with red light induced partial response in patients suffering from actinic keratosis, basal cell carcinoma (BCC), and Bowen’s carcinoma in situ. However, all patients complained of burning and pain sensations during irradiation (Kacerovská et al. 2008).”
The leading contraindication for Red Light Photodynamic Therapy is a Change of Lifestyle Cognitive Shock.
Psychosomatic Shock always associates with color, and Change of Lifestyle Shocks include a change of residence, a new job, a change of marital status, a vacation, a Cosmic Vacation (a death), or even a birth (a Major Change of Lifestyle).
The highest choice for overcoming Cognitive Shocks is to CLEAR them, not to COLOR them.
Red Light is the slowpoke of the EM spectrum, the inhibitor of change.
The color Red is the BRAKES of color therapy, and BLUE is the gas pedal.
A red light at a stop sign or traffic light doesn’t indicate stopping forever.
It just tells you to LOOK before you LEAP.
How do you CLEAR a red light shock (besides getting over the new home or job)?
Put RED back into the Spectral Ecology …
Black, Gray, Brown, Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo, Violet, White.
Detoxifying Red makes it therapeutic.
Then Red arrives at its full potential as a …
Liver and Blood Builder
Sensory Nervous System Energizer
Counter-Irritant for Burns (including X-ray burns)
It’s no accident that the color of cayenne pepper is Red.
Red is a Vesicant and Pustulant.
Col. Dinshah P. Ghadiali (Spectro-Chrome Metry Encyclopedia, 1922) wrote …
“Red is the Coarsest Color in the Visible Spectrum, hence, it delivers to the Eyes a severely coarse impulse. Red is the side nearest the Heat part of the Invisible Spectrum of the Infra-Red Section, hence, it imparts the most powerful impulse to the Skin. Red is the Color nearest the Low Oscillatory Frequencies of Sound, hence, to the Ears it administers a strong sensation. Red is the Color which has the brightest final Fraunhofer Line characteristic of Hydrogen, the predominant ingredient of all odoriferous materials, hence, its appeal to the Nose as Smell. Red is the Color which has the brightest final Fraunhofer Line characteristic of Hydrogen, the predominant ingredient of all gustable [appetizing] materials, hence its effect upon the Tongue for Taste. As all these effects are produced inside from the outside, they are called ‘Afferent’ or Centripetal effects, the Medium of Conduction of which is the Sensory Nervous System.”
Hydrogen is DESIRE, so, of course, pheromones (sex scents) are in the far-infrared spectrum.
According to Adano Ley (Swami Nitty-Gritty) …
“Relationship is a temperature reaction. A group of people will always talk about what they have in common when their temperatures coincide.”
According to “Eliminating Blue Light As An Alternative to Viagra,” LightCues, Feb. 20, 2014 …
“The negative effects of blue light have been getting a lot of press lately. But for men, the most startling effect may be that over-exposure to Blue Light can suppress your sex drive, and can even be responsible for erectile dysfunction.”
Red Light stores red blood cells in Mr. Happy, making him happier.