Wireless Humanity and the Body of Light – Sensitivity as a Gift? @ Scandic Hotell Fornebu
mai 14@11:00-12:30
Wireless Humanity and the Body of Light - Sensitivity as a Gift? @ Scandic Hotell Fornebu | Fornebu | Akershus | Norge
Workshop with Raphael Kleimann at the 15th Annual ILA Conference “LIFE LIGHT” in Oslo
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Light-in-Action Session
Wireless Humanity and the Body of Light –
Sensitivity as a Gift?
New findings in environmental medicine and light biology open a much deeper understanding of healing processes, with light-based self-regulation as the key to individual body-mind balancing. The vast practical implications can be understood and developed both in scientific/technical or intuitive terms: measurable increase of biophoton coherence and inner perception of light turn out to be two sides of the same reality. Building on practical experience in subtle energy work and the development of new healing modalities, Raphael Kleimann suggests methods which combine highly systematic testing with intuition and empathy – all carried by light as the agent for the therapeutic dialog. A special emphasis will be given to specific preparations of mistletoe – an extraordinary plant with numerous eccentricities in relation to light.
The session is open to everybody; health care practitioners and those who are especially interested in bridging science and inner experience (“esoterics”) may find it particularly interesting. Participants will leave with a deeper understanding of current findings in light biology, practical applications within experiential medicine using simple devices and preparations (not machines), understanding of mistletoe as an ‘anachronistic’ plant – turning common plant life upside down, especially with regards to light metabolism, and clarity between ‘healing with light’” and ‘healing the light body’”. Additionally there will be reference to the historic background to these found in Manichean and Cathar scriptures from 3rd to 13th century.
Raphael Kleimann
Raphael Kleimann (Oslo, Norway) is the developer of the Baldron MistleTree Essences. His daily practice integrates the transformational power of flower essence therapy and spiritual healing with science based counselling on detoxing, environmental medicine, healthy homes (“building biology”), light pollution and EMF shielding – besides keeping in touch with living nature thorough biodynamic gardening and treecare.
Raphael is a co-founder of the ILA-partner Nordic Light Association. His initiatives include several nonprofit associations within ecology, health and consciousness, first of which is BALDRON – Dialogue and cooperation between humans and nature. He has organized countless international seminars and conferences – e.g. the international conference “Light & Health” and the summer week Spiritual Ecology He gives lectures and courses throughout Europe, in English, German, French and Italian, besides Norwegian.
International Day of Light @ DOGA Design og arkitektur senteret i oslo
mai 16@10:00-16:00
International Day of Light @ DOGA Design og arkitektur senteret i oslo | Oslo | Norge

UNESCOs International Day of Light

Designing Healthy Light?

Seminar on Light, Lighting design and Health

DogA Norwegian Design and Architecture Center in Oslo

May 16, 2018, 10:00 – 16:00

Registration by payment to account 1503 97 98007  or by “Vipps” to 138187

800 NOK / 80€

9:30: Registration

10:00 Opening words by Marianne Kleimann Sevåg                                                                                 

Part I

10:15 – 11:10 Prof. Michael Rohde.  Professor at the University of Wismar for Architectural Lighting Design since 2006, M. Rohde is also a free-lance lighting designer (more information: L-Plan Lighting Design  He is particularly renowned for his research on light & health. Further information can be found on the website of the “Light Symposium Wismar” 2008, 2012 and 2016  www.LIGHTSYMPOSIUM.DE

Topic:  „Light & colour: supporter of health – transmitter of Architecture”


11:15 -12:10 Dr. Alexander Wunsch MD, PhD is a world class expert on photobiology, exposing the hidden dangers of blue light and light-emitting diodes (LED) lighting which most people are completely unaware of.                                                                                                   Topic:  „LED warning messages – what you should know before using solid state lighting… “


12:20 – 13:00 Dr. Uwe Geier is managing director of the WirkSensorik GmbH ( In 2016 he started the first experiments on the effects of different lighting systems with regard to food quality and students` behavior.

Topic: “What effect does artificial light have on our children?”


Lunch Break 13:00– 14:00

Part II

14:00 Opening of Part II   Marianne Kleimann Sevåg


14:05 Prof. Abraham Haim is a full professor at Israel Center for Interdisciplinary Research in Chronobiology,  Departments of Evolutionary & Environmental Biology,
University of Haifa, Israel. Professor Haim is a leading researcher in the field of light pollution.

Topic: “Light and dark cycles”.


14:35 Octavio L. Perez holds a PHD in Philosophy, Multidisciplinary Science, specializing on  lighting and healthcare (Rensselaer/RPI, NY, USA);

Topic: «The intersection of lighting, health, and wellness in the built environment».



15:05 Karl Ryberg is an architect and psychologist. He has studied laser biology with professor Tina Karu in Moscow. Karl`s specialty is therapeutic photobiology and color ergonomics.

Topic: Light for architects and humans


15:35  Summary and questions – Marianne Kleimann Sevåg





Practical information:


Costs: 800 NOK / 80€ (Ink. Lunch)


Registration by payment to account 1503 97 98007  or by “Vipps” to 138187

Contact : Randi Marie Eide


Organized by Nordic Light Association and International Light Association in partnership with DOGA, The Norwegian Design and Architecture Center in Oslo.

Event Address: DogA, Hausmanns gate 16, 0182 OSLO


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Organized by: Nordic Light Association

in collaboration with International Light Association

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