Laser Theory

Light amplification by stimulated emission rays or L.A.S.E.R. is a means of directing highly concentrated coherent light at a concise wavelength to the muscles, tissues, organs, connective tissue, formed elements of the blood, and the living matrix of the body, are all involved and are all subject to laser stimulation and healing.

Photosynthesis is a means by which the light energy from the sun is gathered by reacting with chemicals in plant material to harness the energy of the quantum of light. The sun’s light is discharged from the surface of the sun and spreads out in radiating beams that expand further and further apart as they travel from the sun. De to the radiating of the sun’s rays, the intensity of energy that is experiences here on Earth is just a small bit of the original radiation field density.

Coherent light is polarized, and able to be location ally specific. It does not radiate but rather it is directed to a specific location. Its coherency allows the delivery of exacting quanta of light and in specifically high energy levels to exacting locations with exacting and concise wavelengths.

It has been proven that cells communicate through coherent light. When a sperm and ovum fertilize, they immediately give off coherent light at precisely 632.8 nanometers.

Cells in the living matrix also communicate throughout the total body living things via a coherent light, and that communication is done instantaneously through the living matrix to direct all aspects of healing, growth, regulation of metabolism, and general cell survival.

To be able to dial into this communication process via an artificial methodology such as a cold laser is the ability to emulate the exact methodology is that the cells themselves use to heal themselves and also to grow, to change, and to survive. It has been said, “it is the way God talks to all cells, tissues, organisms and creatures.

Biological Effects of Laser Light

There are many reasons that the light therapy works on the structure and metabolism of living tissues. Some of them are:

  1. Effects at the cellular level: the reduction of Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS) is a major effect of the laser light. It has been proven that the light at the proper wavelength repairs mitochondrial DNA (mDNA) and messenger RNA (mRNA), used to support and direct maintenance and metabolism in the cell. (Please see enclosures in the addendum of this work that can explain these effects better than I need to at this point).
  2. Effects at the organ level: these effects are seen as the culmination of the combined effects of the rehabilitation of the cells and connective tissues repaired by laser light. As the cell heals, proper metabolism ensues and the organ resumes proper function.
  3. Effects at the symptomatic level: in the case of animals we would say at the level of clinical signs but the resumption of proper organ function will then reduce signs/symptoms that were the hallmark of the disease process and are a barometer in the evaluation of the healing process.
  4. Effects at the therapeutic level: then as the organs heal, the sign/symptoms resolve we see the organism heal.