CONTENTS

sep
11
fre
2015
Oslo Kulturnatt hos BALDRON @ BALDRON
sep 11@15:00-18:00
Oslo Kulturnatt hos BALDRON @ BALDRON | Oslo | Oslo | Norge

1) ÅPEN DAG
Fra kl 15 til 18 åpner BALDRON senter porten: Et møtested for ulike initiativer med et felles mål: en empatisk dialog mellom mennesket og naturens vesen(er), basert på Martin Bubers Du-filosofi.

  • BeeDynamic.no og Bialogos — Nordic Association for pollinators’ rights, buzzing social organisms and natural beekeeping
  • Jordsamvirketorg: Øst-vest-(jord)kulturutveksling
  • Nordic-Light-Asscoiation.org: Lyskvalitet og lysforurensing; Sannheten om LED
  • Baldron.org ”Livskraft!” – smakebiter av kommende events

 

2) BIE-PROSESSJON,& HONEY BANK-BANKETT I CUBA PARKEN
Vi avlutter tidlig fodi så går vi straks til Honey bank sin «Closing ceremony» bee procession» fra Dronningparken til Honey banquett i Cuba parken, med motto «Let s pollinate the city!»
https://www.facebook.com/events/1846814528876486/: Der, ved Gamle aker kirke kl 18:50 skal vi bidra med et lite innlegg kl 18:50 om BeeDynamic og Bialogos. Honey Bank / fransk ambassade/ Bybi står for denne delen av kvelden (og vi er altså gjest med et lite innlegg).

 

 
Mer om temaene på åpen dag:

• BeeDynamic.no og Bialogos — Nordic Association for pollinators’ rights, buzzing social organisms and natural beekeeping; birøkt på deres egne premisser
• Jordsamvirket freearth.org: Øst vest (jord)kulturutveksling, med pionerprosjekter i Ukraina og Georgia; hvordan verdens eldste kornsorter kan bidra til å løse “glutenkrise” i norsk brødmat…
• Nordic-Light-Asscoiation.org: Lyskvalitet og lysforurensing; Sannheten om LED og lysstoffrør – og veien til bedre lys.
• BALDRON.org ”Livskraft!” – en smakebit av kommende events:
-Wilhelm Reichs virke i Norge – Kampen om livskreftene
-Livskraft / orgon / chi – veier ut av utmattelse
-Øst-vest-seminar: Russland og Kaukasus
-The Body Electric
-Miljøbygg og healthy homes

 

 

sep
24
tor
2015
Temadag: Sensitivitet – og markering av World Flower Therapy Day! @ BALDRON
sep 24@15:00-20:00
Temadag: Sensitivitet - og markering av World Flower Therapy Day! @ BALDRON | Oslo | Oslo | Norge

Sensitivitet og høysensitivitet er et stadig vanligere fenomen. Sensitivitet er et plussord og en gave – men også en utfordring i hverdagen for mange. Vi ser på ulike fenomen og typer av sensitivitet, og ikke minst hva vi kan gjøre for å lette hverdagen som høysensitiv.

Entré 100 kr (inkl. mat og forfriskninger). BALDRON, Fastingsgate 4, 0358 Oslo.

des
1
tir
2015
Temadag: Lys @ BALDRON
des 1@15:00-20:00

Desember er ikke mørketid, det er lysmåned! Lysfestene ligger som glitrende perler på en snor, vi tenner lys i alle gater og alle adventsstaker. Aller viktigst i denne tiden er det å pleie og styrke det indre lyset – det som holder oss friske og glade, og forbinder oss med hverandre.

Baldron har åpen dag med fokus på LYS. Vi har veldig spesielt besøk av Franziska van der Geest, vår venn gjennom mange år, som ut fra sine helt spesielle evner og erfaringer vil fortelle om lys og lyskvaliteter. Hjertelig velkommen!

Kl 15-20.  Entré 100 kr (inkl. mat og forfriskninger). BALDRON, Fastingsgate 4, 0358 Oslo. Arrangør: BALDRON. 

Program for dagen (Du kommer innom når og hvor lenge det passer!)

Kl. 15:00 Lyskvalitet – belysning i mørketida. v/Raphael . Hvilken belysning skal vi velge? Hva er godt for helsa og for øynene? Om fremtidige og eksisterende lyskilder.

Kl. 16:30 Lyskinesiologi og Realignment Mirrors v/Ingelin Sevåg Vestly; Om biofotoner og terapeutisk bruk av lys

Kl. 18:00 Lyskvaliteter i det eteriske v/Franziska van der Geest. Om farger, lys og mørke, om forholdet mellom lys og lyd, om lysets vesen.

sollys

Mellom innleggene blir det litt å bite i, te og kaffe, (Inkludert i inngangspengene)

 

 

des
10
tor
2015
Advent hos BALDRON @ BALDRON
des 10@15:00-20:00
Advent hos BALDRON @ BALDRON | Oslo | Oslo | Norge

ADVENT – en tid for å FÅ krefter! Vandringen gjennom advent er en tid for å bygge opp overskudd og glede. Vi inviterer hver uke til en temakveld hos BALDRON. Hver uke fram mot jul har vi et tema. Mange har etterlyst en gjennomgang av stråling og skjerming, den kommer denne uka! Vi forteller – og vi har samtidig funnet fram gode produkter som egner seg til julegaver. Med fokus på urter og vann og livskraft  – og altså stråling og skjerming, åpner vi dørene på vid vegg denne torsdagen. Og dagen avslutter vi som vanlig med et foredrag! Hjertelig velkommen!

Program:

Kl 15:00  Godt drikke av godt vann!

Kl 15:30  Stråling og skjerming

Kl. 16:30 Førjulsbiteti …

Kl. 17:00 Urter og tinkturer – hva er godt for deg? Ingelin og Lillian gir personlige råd

Kl. 18:00 Fire ganger Livskraft; Foredrag ved Raphael

BALDRON holder langåpent på torsdag og dessuten åpent fra 10 til 15 på lørdager fra til jul. Hjertelig velkommen!

des
17
tor
2015
Advent hos BALDRON @ BALDRON
des 17@15:00-20:00
Advent hos BALDRON @ BALDRON | Oslo | Oslo | Norge

Velkommen til advent hos BALDRON. Langdag med julegavehandel, info og foredrag – med julegodt dertil.

15:00 BLOMSTERESSENSER og badeoljer

16:00 TORV – til nytte og glede

17:00 LYS – sunn belysning

18:00 Foredrag v/Raphael om Baldrons Mistel-tre blomsteressenser

 

mar
17
tor
2016
Lys og helse – Åpen dag hos Baldron @ Baldron
mar 17@17:00-21:00

LYS – sammen med vann er det grunnlaget for livet på jorda. Kroppen vår lager lys og trenger lys. Lyskvalitet er viktig for helsa!
Åpen dag i mars skal handle om lys og lyskvalitet – og om lys og helse/terapi.

  •  Kl.17:00  Vi vil vise og demonstrere behandling med Biophoton Realignment speilene.
  •  Kl.18:00  Fargebriller og forskningen rundt oransje briller og bipolar lidelse.
  •  Kl.19.00  Belysning og livskvalitet. Vi har for anledningen en rekke gode produkter å vise frem.
  •  Kl .20:00 Kveldens foredrag er om mistelteinessensene – som også handler om lys

Hjertelig velkommen til en hyggelig og innholdsrik ettermiddag/kveld hos BALDRON.

Vinterlys

sep
25
søn
2016
TIPS: Raphaels keynote at World Flower Therapy Day @ Centro Congressi del Palazzo delle Stelline
sep 25@09:30-17:00
TIPS: Raphaels keynote at World Flower Therapy Day @ Centro Congressi del Palazzo delle Stelline  | Milano | Lombardia | Italia

Meeting

In Italia la celebrazione del Flowertherapy World Day™ sarà seguita da un Meeting che si terràdomenica 25 settembre 2016 presso il Centro Congressi del Palazzo delle Stelline in corso Magenta 61, suggestiva location nel cuore di Milano a pochi passi dalla basilica di Santa Maria delle Grazie e dal Cenacolo di Leonardo.

Il Meeting, principale manifestazione al mondo interamente dedicata alla floriterapia, vedrà la partecipazione di espositori di tutti i repertori di essenze floreali, scuole di formazione, associazioni di floriterapia, e lo svolgimento di un grande Congresso internazionale con relatori italiani e stranieri, collegamenti-video con esponenti della floriterapia da varie parti del mondo e workshop dedicati. Il Congresso si terrà nella Sala Volta dalle 9,30 alle 17,30 e avrà come titolo:

 

F L O R I T E R A P I A

D A L   D O T T O R   B A C H   A I   G I O R N I   N O S T R I

Il programma dettagliato del convegno sarà pubblicato a breve

Modalità di iscrizione

Prenotazioni: segreteria@flowertherapyworlday.com

Informazioni: info@flowertherapyworlday.com

 

 

here is last year\ s program:

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Programma Convegno 2015

F L O R I T E R A P I A

N U T R I R E   L’A N I M A,   E N E R G I A   P E R   L A   V I T A

Programma

CONFERENCES: 9.30 – 13

Apertura della giornata – RIF

Il saluto di Julian Barnard, UK (video)

La Floriterapia nei disturbi del comportamento alimentare (Simonetta Marucci, Todi)

I Fiori di Bach per l’autostima (Sergio Laricchia, Milano)

Il saluto di Ricardo Orozco, Spagna (video)

Break

Educare bene i nostri figli: cosa ci insegna il Dr. Bach (Danila Cattaneo, Mendrisio, CH)

Il saluto di Stefan Ball, Bach Centre, UK (video)

Il metodo originale di preparazione dei Fiori di Bach (Maurizio Di Leo, Bologna)

Il saluto di Ian White, Australia (video)

Incontrare il proprio femminile con i fiori australiani (Erica Savioli, Mantova)

Pausa pranzo

INTERNATIONAL: 14.30 – 17.30

Star Remedies, essenze floreali ad alta vibrazione e loro applicazione nel campo della salute

(Micha Meuwessen, Olanda)

Il saluto di Patricia Kaminski e Richard Katz, California (video)

Blooming under stress. Petite Fleur of Texas (Judy Griffin, Texas)

Break

Il contributo di Raphael Kleimann, Norvegia (video)

Evidenze scientifiche dell’azione delle essenze floreali Saint Germain nel nostro campo bioenergetico (Talita Margonari Lazzuri, Brasile)

I rimedi floreali italiani. Impronte sottili ed energie potenti dell’Italia (Giovanna Tolio, Milano)

Il saluto di Vasudeva e Kadambii Barnao, Australia (video)

Chiusura della giornata

sep
15
fre
2017
Oslo Kulturnatt på BALDRON Senteret: Inspirasjonskveld med foredrag og varm mat @ BALDRON senteret
sep 15@15:00-22:00
Oslo Kulturnatt på BALDRON Senteret: Inspirasjonskveld med foredrag og varm mat @ BALDRON senteret | Oslo | Norge
Fra kl 15 til 22 åpner BALDRON senter porten: Et møtested for ulike initiativer med et felles mål: en empatisk dialog mellom mennesket og naturen. Du kan kalle det Mindfulness med et innhold, eller Du-filosofi i praksis, dialoger i det levende.

Gratis inngang. Mat og forfriskninger separat.

Fire ideelle foreninger som deler engasjement og til dels lokaler.

  • BeeDynamic (www.beedynamic.no)—Nordic Association for pollinators’ rights, buzzing social organisms and natural beekeeping; birøkt på bienes egne premisser
  • Jordsamvirket (freearth.org) —  Øst-vest (jord)kulturutveksling, med biodynamiske pionerprosjekter i Ukraina og Georgia
  • Nordic-Light-Association (nordic-light-association.org)—  Lys og helse, forskning og terapi. Nordisk avdeling av International Light Association.
  • Baldron (www.baldron.org)—  En ideell forening for livsstil, helse og spirituell økologi, tilknyttet et bredt, internasjonalt nettverk. Pioner for kultur, kurs og konferanser.

 

Har du hørt om vårt arbeid og lurt på alt det rare vi driver med?

Her har du en sjanse til å bli personlig kjent med oss.

Velkommen!

 

KL 17-18; BeeDynamic:

Intuitiv birøkt

Inspirasjonsforedrag og demo med Ingelin Vestly, birøkter, leder for BeeDynamic

  • Birøkt på bienes egne premisser. Hva er sverming? Og hvorfor undertrykkes bienes naturlige måte å forplante seg?
  • Hvorfor bor de fleste bier i en plastkube? Hvordan ville de bodd hvis du hadde spurt dem selv? Gamle og nye typer bikuber: Rundkuber, «Sunhives»; kuber av leire; tradisjonelle og moderne trekuber etc.
  • Trivsel hos biene. Hvordan kan vi vite det? Dyrekommunikasjon med pollinatorer?
  • Bia som husdyr. Villbier. Hvem eier honningen? Hvorfor drive birøkt?
  • Apiterapi: Biene som healere i folkemedisin og moderne forskning

 

KL 18 -18:30; Jordsamvirket (www.freearth.org):

Er det noe galt med brødet vårt?

Nye veier med verdens eldste kornsorter

 

Et oppmuntrende innblikk i utviklingsprosjekter i Kaukasus med selve urhveten. Et bidrag til å løse “glutenkrisen” i vestens moderne samfunn? Noen innspill og et større bilde i den norske debatten om brødmat, lavkarbo etc.

 

18:30-19; Varmt måltid i jordsamvirkets ånd: øst-vest-kultur-delikatesser og Øst vest-live musikk

 

19-20; Baldron

Livskraft og det trådløse menneske

 

  • Wireless humanity and the body of Light
  • Smartmålere: en grønn teknologi?
  • Trådløsteknologi og kunsten å omgås med stråling
  • Miljøbygg og healthy homes
  • Livskraft! – Veier ut av utmattelse: beskyttelse for sensitive mennesker;
  • Spirituell økologi i praksis.

 

20-21; Nordic-Light-Association:

Alt som lever lyser

Lys og livskraft – nytt om biofotoner, terapeutisk lys og lysforurensning

 

Våren 2018 skal «International Light Association» holde sin årskonferanse i Oslo. Ledere fra den skandinaviske grenen gir et innblikk i noen av temaene:

Sannheten om LED og lystoffrør – og veien til bedre lys

Lys og nærdøden-forskning

Lyset i cellene våre: biofotoner i kroppen

Alt som lever lyser: Matkvalitet og biofotoner

sep
24
søn
2017
Søndag på Vippetangen: Fire ideelle organisasjoner med felles stand (Steineruka 2017) @ "Vippa" - Vippetangen
sep 24@12:00-18:00

Fire ideelle foreninger som deler engasjement og til dels lokaler.

 

  • BeeDynamic (www.beedynamic.no)—Nordic Association for pollinators’ rights, buzzing social organisms and natural beekeeping; birøkt på bienes egne premisser
  • Jordsamvirket (freearth.org) —  Øst-vest (jord)kulturutveksling, med biodynamiske pionerprosjekter i Ukraina og Georgia
  • Nordic-Light-Association (nordic-light-association.org)—  Lys og helse, forskning og terapi. Nordisk avdeling av International Light Association.
  • Baldron (www.baldron.org)—  En ideell forening for livsstil, helse og spirituell økologi, tilknyttet et bredt, internasjonalt nettverk. Pioner for kultur, kurs og konferanser.

 

 

Har du hørt om vårt arbeid og lurt på alt det rare vi driver med?

Her har du en sjanse til å bli personlig kjent med oss.

Vi deler en felles stand; Info om initiativer og om kveldens / ukas foredrag. Velkommen til en hyggelig prat!

 

Inspirasjonskveld på Baldron Senteret: Økouka og Steineruka 2017 @ BALDRON senteret
sep 24@18:00-21:45
Fra kl 18:30 til 21:30 åpner BALDRON senter porten: Et møtested for ulike initiativer med et felles mål: en empatisk dialog mellom mennesket og naturen. Du kan kalle det Mindfulness med et innhold, eller Du-filosofi i praksis, dialoger i det levende.

Gratis inngang. Mat og forfriskninger separat.

Kl 18:30-19:15

Intuitiv birøkt (BeeDynamic)

Inspirasjonsforedrag og demo med Ingelin Vestly, birøkter, leder for BeeDynamic

  • Birøkt på bienes egne premisser. Hva er sverming? Og hvorfor undertrykkes bienes naturlige måte å forplante seg?
  • Hvorfor bor de fleste bier i en plastkube? Hvordan ville de bodd hvis du hadde spurt dem selv? Gamle og nye typer bikuber: Rundkuber, «Sunhives»; kuber av leire; tradisjonelle og moderne trekuber etc.
  • Trivsel hos biene. Hvordan kan vi vite det? Dyrekommunikasjon med pollinatorer?
  • Bia som husdyr. Villbier. Hvem eier honningen? Hvorfor drive birøkt?
  • Apiterapi: Biene som healere i folkemedisin og moderne forskning

 

Kl 19:15-20:00

Jordsamvirket (freearth)

 

Varmt måltid i jordsamvirkets ånd: øst-vest-kultur-delikatesser, live musikk og et inspirerende kåseri om våre partnerprosjekter i Georgia og Ukraina:

Nye veier med verdens eldste kornsorter

Et oppmuntrende innblikk i utviklingsprosjekter i Kaukasus med selve urhveten. Et bidrag til å løse “glutenkrisen” i vestens moderne samfunn? Noen innspill og et større bilde i den norske debatten om brødmat, lavkarbo etc.

 

KL 20-20:45

 

Alt som lever lyser (Nordic-Light-Association.org)

Matkvalitet, lys og livskraft; høyteknologiske, intuitive og praktiske sider ved biodynamisk kvalitetssikring

  • Biodynamisk grønnsaksavling: fremskritt med lysforskning
  • Lyset i levende celler: biofotoner i maten og i dem som spiser dem
  • Hvordan visers matkvalitet i lysutstrålingen?
  • Levende lys = strukturert lys: hemmeligheten med koherens
  • Gode råvarer tåler ikke dårlig lys: optimert butikkbelysning (fra et prosjekt i tysk helsekost)
  • Lysforurensning: den nye miljøtrusselen?

PS: Våren 2018 skal «International Light Association» holde sin årskonferanse i Oslo. Ledere fra den skandinaviske grenen er tilstede.

 

20:45-21:30

Styrke gjennom sensitivitet? (BALDRON)

Mistelteinens hemmelighet

  • Helse og selvutvikling: et spørsmål om koherens, dvs. indre samstemthet?
  • Samspillet mellom mistelteinene og ulike trearter: kosmisk visdom og jordisk forankring
  • Biografisk helbredelse: Jegets individuelle livsplan
  • Mistelteinen: resonator for «ånds-selvet»
  • Helbredende arketyper: en platonisk antroposofisk medisin?
  • Partnerforhold i vår tid
  • Forvandlingens lys i møte med det onde
  • ‘The big picture’: Erfaringer med misteltein blomsteressenser i spirituell økologi og organisasjonsutvikling

 

 

Dette arrangementet er en del av «Steineruka 2017« og «Økouka Oslo 2017«

 

sep
28
tor
2017
‘Wireless humanity’ – trådløs menneske(lig)het @ BALDRON senteret
sep 28@19:00-21:00

Det usynlige mennesket mellom teknologi og selvutvikling

  • Wireless humanity and the body of Light
  • ‘The internet of things’: Smarte, fordummende dingser?
  • Skjerme eller forvandle? Kunsten å omgås med stråling
  • Livskraft! – Veier ut av utmattelse
  • Sensitivitetens gave og utfordring
  • Natur, «under-natur» og «over-natur»
  • Spirituell økologi i praksis

 

Dette arrangementet er en del av «Steineruka 2017«

Gratis inngang. Mat og forfriskninger separat.

okt
1
søn
2017
Brød og vin… – Et inspirerende kåseri med lysbilder om våre partnerprosjekter i Georgia og Ukraina @ «På kirkebakken», Oscars gate 84 (Mikaelkirken i Oslo)
okt 1@12:00-12:30

Jordsamvirket (freearth) i samarbeid med Kristensamfunnet i Oslo:

«På kirkebakken», Oscars gate 84 (Mikaelkirken i Oslo)

 

Marianne Kleimann Sevåg (Jordsamvirket freearth.org):

 

Brød og vin…

Substanser for liv fra verdens eldste kulturer

Et inspirerende kåseri med lysbilder om våre partnerprosjekter i Georgia og Ukraina

 

Kaukasuslandet Georgia er hjemmet til jordens muligens eldste vin- og hvetekulturer. Det er også dypt forbundet med Skandinavia gjennom eldgammel kulturutveksling gjennom Svartehavet og senere viking-ferdene.

Her kan vi få et innblikk i brød og vin i deres ur-kraft. (En kraft som vi lett glemmer i dagens debatt om brødmat og gluten-intoleranse…). Prosjektene med biodynamisk kornavling presenteres ut i fra en spirituell impuls og fremtidsvisjon.

 

Dette arrangementet er en del av «Steineruka 2017«

des
10
søn
2017
BALDRON Shoppen på toppen – julegløgg og meningsfulle julegaver @ BALDRON Shoppen på toppen
des 10@12:00-18:00

Kaffen er klar – og pepperkaker og julegløgg! Hjertelig velkommen!

Den nye BALDRON butikken står! (etter 2 1/2 måneder med mye snekring og ombygging). – Vi inviterer alle til en hyggelig julegløgg i vakker natur og med mulighet til en meningsful julehandel. Dette er huset med det rare i….
– Se deg litt rundt i butikken,
– prøv ut våre uvanlige terapiapparater,
– prøv gratis lys- , klang- og frekvensbehandling,
– kjenn på Baldron MistleTree Essences,
– nyt vår BeeDynamic honning,
– finn meningsfulle julegaver:
— alt fra vannrensing og
— strålebeskyttelse til
— gavekort på essens-behandling.

Denne andre advents-søndagen handler om møtet med set levende, om produkter som gjør oss godt, om kreativitet og gode frekvenser. Og joda, man kan også kjøpe ting, men det skal komme litt av seg selv, i glede og frihet, uten press og mas.

jan
20
lør
2018
Lys i vinternatten @ BALDRON-butikken i skogen
jan 20@12:00-17:00

Noen ganger er det fint med stearinlys og fyr på peisen … andre ganger trenger vi leselys og arbeidslys gjennom mørke vinterkvelder. Norge har mange, lange, mørke vinterkvelder… Hva er egentlig en god belysning?

Vi åpner dørene kl. 12 i BALDRON-butikken med kafè-stemning i våre nye, trivelige lokaler i skogen ved Årungen. Kl. 15 holder vi et innlegg om lyskvalitet og belysning.denne lørdagen for å gi litt ekstra plass til temaet lys; vi forteller og samtaler og viser konkrete løsninger og muligheter.

 

Ta turen til Årungen for en trivelig, lørdag – samtidig som de i Nord-Norge feirer at sola kommer tilbake etter mørketida!

21. januar spiser de Berlinerboller i Tromsø for å feire at sola er tilbake. Vi feirer med dem med tema lys denne helgen!

 

feb
17
lør
2018
Rent vann @ Baldron-butikkeni skogen
feb 17@12:00-17:00

BALDRON er levende opptatt av vann og vannkvalitet. Vi følger opp fredagens kåseritema med åpen tema-butikk om vann og vannprodukter. Her får du, ved siden av å kunne se og informere deg om ulike vannrensingsystemer og vitaliseringsmuligheter, også høre fra det siste innen vannforskning. Vi selger en rekke ulike rensesystemer, fra manuelle virvlere til avanserte maskiner. Og vi kan hjelpe deg å finne ut hva som passer best for deg!

Vi serverer selvfølgelig godt vann – med og uten kaffe!

Hjertelig velkommen!

mai
16
ons
2018
Light Lab “Living Light?” – UNESCOs Day of Light på Litteraturhuset i Oslo @ Litteraturhuset i Oslo
mai 16 heldags
Light Lab “Living Light?” – UNESCOs Day of Light på Litteraturhuset i Oslo @ Litteraturhuset i Oslo | Oslo | Norge

UNESCO Day of Light at the House of Literature

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Light Lab “Living Light?” – Pushing the Borders for the Understanding of Life

On this day – UNESCO Day of Light – we celebrate the light in a special way: with a “Light Lab” where you can see and sense cutting-edge research in the fields of health and ecology. Meet professionals in physics, ecology, medicine and holistic health for hands-on experience, reflection and dialogue!

After a seminar at 10:30 to 13:30 with the pioneer in energy medicine Dr. James Oschman, the afternoon begins at 14 :00 with short presentations, demos and exhibitions. We will round off with a panel discussion on Light and Health:

The morning seminar requires early registration (https://www.international-light-association.org/event/conf-2018/presenter/James-Oschman), the afternoon session is drop-in for 100 kr (> 10 Dollars / Euros).

Info and tickets:

https://www.facebook.com/events/403649830057398/

www.nordic-light-association.org (facebook: Nordic Light Association https://www.facebook.com/Nordic-Light-Association-792273174187985/?ref=br_rs)

www.international-light-association.org (facebook: International Light Association https://www.facebook.com/ilacolor/?ref=br_rs)

PS. See also the international conference “Life Light” in the days before. It is the annual conference of the International Light Association. 13.-15.5. in Oslo. facebook: International Light Conference 2018 https://www.facebook.com/LysFarger/

Overview:
Litteraturhuset (House of Literature) – Light Lab “Living Light?” (10:00 – 17:30)
10:00-13:30 Seminar with Dr. James Oschman: Detecting the Human Biophoton Field: Therory and Practice
14:00-17:30 Exhibitions, Demonstrations, Mini-Workshops, Panel Discussion: “Does Food Radiate Light?” – “Light in Healing?” – “Light Pollution – the new Environmental Challenge?” with Dr. J. Oschman, Dr. U. Geier, Dr. J.H. Karow a.o.

Seminar

10:00-13:30

Seminar with Dr. James Oschman: Detecting the Human Biophoton Field: Therory and Practice (more info: https://www.international-light-association.org/event/conf-2018/presenter/James-Oschman

Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/events/403649830057398/)

 

Detecting the Human Biophoton Field: Theory and Practice

Introduction:

The human body is surrounded by a variety of measurable energy fields: magnetic, electrical, thermal, acoustic, and photonic. Some of these fields are easier to measure than others. It has been stated that biophotons, also known as ultra-weak photon emissions (UPE), have a visibility 1,000 times lower than the sensitivity of the human eye. It is also stated that biophotons are therefore not visible to us, and are only detectable with sophisticated modern instrumentation. This presentation will challenge both of those assumptions on the basis of recent research and on the basis of a group processes. We will determine experientially if we are able to detect photonic information emitted by the human body and if we can discriminate between biomagnetic and biophotonic information.

Experiential part:

A fascinating question is whether humans are able to sense the biophotons emitted from people. Biophotons are often referred to as “ultra-weak photon emissions” but this term actually refers to the difficulty of detecting them with scientific instruments. To living cells, biophotons are not ultra-weak; they are better described as ultra-important, as they deliver vital regulatory messages that control cellular activities.

A number of studies have shown that the retina can respond to a single photon or to a small number of photons. For example, a recent study (Palczewska and others, 2014) has identified a non-linear mechanism that could explain vision in the infrared region that is a probable frequency for cell to cell communications. There is no amount of light that is weaker than a single photon. Hence there is at least a theoretical possibility that the human eye may detect biophoton emissions.

Theoretical part:

Physiological regulation is a vital but under-appreciated aspect of biomedicine for two reasons. Firstly, it is not generally realized that failures in communication underlie most diseases and disorders. Secondly, it has long been believed that regulatory communications are well understood. They obviously are not, as evidenced by the persistence of chronic and debilitating conditions that cause widespread suffering, financial stress and death world-wide.

In the 1980’s, Nobel Laureate Albert Szent-Györgyi, regarded by many as one of the most insightful scientists of the 20thCentury, stated that life is too rapid and subtle to be explained by slow moving nerve impulses and chemical reactions. This presentation summarizes reasons for believing that Szent-Györgyi’s insight was correct. We will review what is known about the speed of nerve impulses and chemical reactions and their inadequacy for explaining cellular and physiological integrations involved in restoring and sustaining systemic integrity, and for explaining peak athletic and artistic performances. While myelinated nerves can conduct nerve impulses at 120 meters per second, at least three factors prevent this neural velocity from achieving the rapid communications necessary for systemic cooperation and physiological integration. The three factors: the high metabolic cost of rapid nerve conduction, synaptic delays, and limitations on synaptic firing frequencies. Random diffusion of chemical messengers through body fluid compartments is too slow and too disorganized to exert the precise control needed for the body to function properly.

The question we ask is why nature would have selected, during millions of years of evolution, the slowest and least precise methods of communication while excluding much faster physical mechanisms that have always been available. Stated simply, if nature relied upon nerve impulses and random diffusion of signal molecules, our ancestors would probably have been eaten!

These considerations lead to the conclusion that biophotonic communication provides a far more logical framework for regulatory processes. Indeed, there is evidence that biophotons may be involved in neural communications. Biophotons and scalar fields permit communications at the speed of light or faster, and there are good reasons to believe that that such communications have served key survival purposes during the evolution of life.  We will discuss mechanisms by which rapid and subtle behaviors are achieved by biophotonic communications, with focus on the cell surface receptors. We will also discuss how light can be employed in diagnostic and treatment of disease.

———————

13:30

Registration

 

14:00

Introduction to the Exhibitions and Demos, by Raphael Kleimann

Exhibitions

Exhibition by  Dr. med Jens H. Karow: Observing Energy Fields and Light Phenomena in Food and Technology

Exhibition by Uwe Geier: Qalitative Research on Light with Deep Sensoric Methods.
Exhibition of Andre Bjerke`s Research on Color and Light?

 

14:30-16:00

 

Short presentations

Each presentation ca 15 minutes, followed by questions and discussion

 

Dr. Uwe Geier:

Sensing the Light – New frontiers in Research

  1. Empathic Food Testing: – Application in Seed Production, Lighting and Organic Agriculture
  2. When “Green” Light Becomes Dirty Light…. Psychological and Health Effects of LED in Schools: An Empirical Study

 

Dr. Jens Hagen Karow:

Observing the light – Sensitive Quality Assessment with Inner Imaging

 

Dr. James Oschman:

Structure and Properties of the Quantum Information Field

 

Raphael Kleimann:

Enlightening “the Field”: The Body of Light in Past and Future Healing Techniques

 

Renzo Celani:

Stimulating Self-Regulation with Biophoton Realignment Mirrors

 

14:00

Break, exhibition, demos

 

16:30

Panel Discussion:

Pushing the borders for the understanding of life
 “Does Food Radiate Light?” – “Light in Healing?” – “Light Pollution – the new Environmental Challenge?”

with Dr. J. Oschman, Dr. U. Geier, Dr. J.H. Karow, Raphael Kleimann, Renzo Celani  a.o.

 

17:30

closure

 

 

 

About the presenters:

Jim Oschman is an internationally recognized expert on the scientific basis for Energetic/Matrix Medicine. He has contributed scientific perspectives that clarify controversial issues such as the nature of biological energetics and energetic therapeutics. He has also written extensively on electromagnetic pollution, the mechanisms by which it can produce biological effects, and what can be done about it. Jim has written several popular books on the scientific basis of energy/matrix medicine. He has also written about 120 articles in some of the leading peer-reviewed scientific journals as well as in leading journals on alternative medicine. He has contributed chapters and forwards for many books. Jim provides diverse and multi-disciplinary perspectives based on a variety of types of scientific research and personal experiences. Jim has presented lectures and workshops in about 25 countries around the world.

 

 

Dr. Uwe Geier studied Agricultural Science at the University of Bonn, Germany, with a Ph.D. from the Department of Organic Agriculture. He has worked with food quality assessment in two laboratories in Switzerland, using biocrystallization as an imaging method. Since 2006 he is scientist at the Forschungsring e.V., a pioneering research institute in the field of organic agriculture in Germany. From 2008 to 2015 he was research coordinator of the German Demeter Association for biodynamic agriculture. He carried out several studies about food induced emotions. Since 2016, Dr. Uwe Geier is managing director of the WirkSensorik GmbH (www.empathic-food-test.de). 2016 he started first experiments about the effects of different lighting systems on food quality and on students` behavior.

 

 

Dr. med Jens Hagen Karow is a medical doctor, naturopath and independent researcher. He studied machine engineering before he became general physician and healing practitioner. He trained many years with the renowned anthroposophical researcher in biochemistriy, Dr. med. Otto Wolf, followed by extensive studies with José Martinez (Lanzarote) about etheric physiology. Dr. Karow has his own clinic since 1987. He teaches anthroposophical medicine and gives presentations and seminars throughout Germany.

Together with Prof. Edwin Hübner, he has published the book “Kunstlicht und Mobilfunk” (artificial lighting and mobile technologies), (Flensburger Hefte Verlag 2015).

 

 

Renzo Celani has been a leading natural energy healer and medical intuitive for many years, treating patients of all ages and from all walks of life around the world. He travels widely working closely with renowned physicists, researchers, natural healers, medical practitioners and alternative therapists.

At Dr. Fritz-Albert Popp’s International Institute of Biophysics in Neuss in Germany Renzo’s powerful ability to dramatically change the number of photons and also photon distribution patterns within his surrounding environment has been scientifically documented.

 

Raphael Kleimann (Oslo, Norway) is a healing practitioner, course holder and independent researcher – and  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 a number of 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 weeks Spiritual Ecology  www.summerweek.baldron.org. He gives lectures and courses throughout Europe, in English, German, French and Italian, besides Norwegian.

www.baldron.org

www.facebook.com/baldron.no

YouTube: Baldron TV  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uh3L7xHBDnA

UNESCO Day of Light at the House of Literature

 

Light Lab “Living Light?” – Pushing the Borders for the Understanding of Life

On this day – UNESCO Day of Light – we celebrate the light in a special way: with a “Light Lab” where you can see and sense cutting-edge research in the fields of health and ecology. Meet professionals in physics, ecology, medicine and holistic health for hands-on experience, reflection and dialogue!

After a seminar at 10:30 to 13:30 with the pioneer in energy medicine Dr. James Oschman, the afternoon begins at 14 :00 with short presentations, demos and exhibitions. We will round off with a panel discussion on Light and Health:
The morning seminar requires early registration (https://www.international-light-association.org/event/conf-2018/presenter/James-Oschman), the afternoon session is drop-in for 100 kr (> 10 Dollars / Euros).

Info and tickets:

https://www.facebook.com/events/403649830057398/

www.nordic-light-association.org (facebook: Nordic Light Association https://www.facebook.com/Nordic-Light-Association-792273174187985/?ref=br_rs)

www.international-light-association.org (facebook: International Light Association https://www.facebook.com/ilacolor/?ref=br_rs)

PS. See also the international conference “Life Light” in the days before. It is the annual conference of the International Light Association. 13.-15.5. in Oslo. facebook: International Light Conference 2018 https://www.facebook.com/LysFarger/

Overview:

Litteraturhuset (House of Literature) – Light Lab “Living Light?” (10:00 – 17:30)

10:00-13:30 Seminar with Dr. James Oschman: Detecting the Human Biophoton Field: Therory and Practice

14:00-17:30 Exhibitions, Demonstrations, Mini-Workshops, Panel Discussion: “Does Food Radiate Light?” – “Light in Healing?” – “Light Pollution – the new Environmental Challenge?” with Dr. J. Oschman, Dr. U. Geier, Dr. J.H. Karow a.o.

Seminar

10:00-13:30

Seminar with Dr. James Oschman: Detecting the Human Biophoton Field: Therory and Practice (more info: https://www.international-light-association.org/event/conf-2018/presenter/James-Oschman

Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/events/403649830057398/)

 

Detecting the Human Biophoton Field: Theory and Practice

Introduction:

The human body is surrounded by a variety of measurable energy fields: magnetic, electrical, thermal, acoustic, and photonic. Some of these fields are easier to measure than others. It has been stated that biophotons, also known as ultra-weak photon emissions (UPE), have a visibility 1,000 times lower than the sensitivity of the human eye. It is also stated that biophotons are therefore not visible to us, and are only detectable with sophisticated modern instrumentation. This presentation will challenge both of those assumptions on the basis of recent research and on the basis of a group processes. We will determine experientially if we are able to detect photonic information emitted by the human body and if we can discriminate between biomagnetic and biophotonic information.

Experiential part:

A fascinating question is whether humans are able to sense the biophotons emitted from people. Biophotons are often referred to as “ultra-weak photon emissions” but this term actually refers to the difficulty of detecting them with scientific instruments. To living cells, biophotons are not ultra-weak; they are better described as ultra-important, as they deliver vital regulatory messages that control cellular activities.

A number of studies have shown that the retina can respond to a single photon or to a small number of photons. For example, a recent study (Palczewska and others, 2014) has identified a non-linear mechanism that could explain vision in the infrared region that is a probable frequency for cell to cell communications. There is no amount of light that is weaker than a single photon. Hence there is at least a theoretical possibility that the human eye may detect biophoton emissions.

Theoretical part:

Physiological regulation is a vital but under-appreciated aspect of biomedicine for two reasons. Firstly, it is not generally realized that failures in communication underlie most diseases and disorders. Secondly, it has long been believed that regulatory communications are well understood. They obviously are not, as evidenced by the persistence of chronic and debilitating conditions that cause widespread suffering, financial stress and death world-wide.

In the 1980’s, Nobel Laureate Albert Szent-Györgyi, regarded by many as one of the most insightful scientists of the 20thCentury, stated that life is too rapid and subtle to be explained by slow moving nerve impulses and chemical reactions. This presentation summarizes reasons for believing that Szent-Györgyi’s insight was correct. We will review what is known about the speed of nerve impulses and chemical reactions and their inadequacy for explaining cellular and physiological integrations involved in restoring and sustaining systemic integrity, and for explaining peak athletic and artistic performances. While myelinated nerves can conduct nerve impulses at 120 meters per second, at least three factors prevent this neural velocity from achieving the rapid communications necessary for systemic cooperation and physiological integration. The three factors: the high metabolic cost of rapid nerve conduction, synaptic delays, and limitations on synaptic firing frequencies. Random diffusion of chemical messengers through body fluid compartments is too slow and too disorganized to exert the precise control needed for the body to function properly.

The question we ask is why nature would have selected, during millions of years of evolution, the slowest and least precise methods of communication while excluding much faster physical mechanisms that have always been available. Stated simply, if nature relied upon nerve impulses and random diffusion of signal molecules, our ancestors would probably have been eaten!

These considerations lead to the conclusion that biophotonic communication provides a far more logical framework for regulatory processes. Indeed, there is evidence that biophotons may be involved in neural communications. Biophotons and scalar fields permit communications at the speed of light or faster, and there are good reasons to believe that that such communications have served key survival purposes during the evolution of life.  We will discuss mechanisms by which rapid and subtle behaviors are achieved by biophotonic communications, with focus on the cell surface receptors. We will also discuss how light can be employed in diagnostic and treatment of disease.

———————

13:30

Registration

 

14:00

Introduction to the Exhibitions and Demos, by Raphael Kleimann

Exhibitions

Exhibition by  Dr. med Jens H. Karow: Observing Energy Fields and Light Phenomena in Food and Technology

Exhibition by Uwe Geier: Qalitative Research on Light with Deep Sensoric Methods.
Exhibition of Andre Bjerke`s Research on Color and Light?

 

14:30-16:00

 

Short presentations

Each presentation ca 15 minutes, followed by questions and discussion

 

Dr. Uwe Geier:

Sensing the Light – New frontiers in Research

  1. Empathic Food Testing: – Application in Seed Production, Lighting and Organic Agriculture
  2. When “Green” Light Becomes Dirty Light…. Psychological and Health Effects of LED in Schools: An Empirical Study

 

Dr. Jens Hagen Karow:

Observing the light – Sensitive Quality Assessment with Inner Imaging

 

Dr. James Oschman:

Structure and Properties of the Quantum Information Field

 

Raphael Kleimann:

Enlightening “the Field”: The Body of Light in Past and Future Healing Techniques

 

Renzo Celani:

Stimulating Self-Regulation with Biophoton Realignment Mirrors

 

14:00

Break, exhibition, demos

 

16:30

Panel Discussion:

Pushing the borders for the understanding of life
 “Does Food Radiate Light?” – “Light in Healing?” – “Light Pollution – the new Environmental Challenge?”

with Dr. J. Oschman, Dr. U. Geier, Dr. J.H. Karow, Raphael Kleimann, Renzo Celani  a.o.

 

17:30

closure

 

 

 

About the presenters:

Jim Oschman is an internationally recognized expert on the scientific basis for Energetic/Matrix Medicine. He has contributed scientific perspectives that clarify controversial issues such as the nature of biological energetics and energetic therapeutics. He has also written extensively on electromagnetic pollution, the mechanisms by which it can produce biological effects, and what can be done about it. Jim has written several popular books on the scientific basis of energy/matrix medicine. He has also written about 120 articles in some of the leading peer-reviewed scientific journals as well as in leading journals on alternative medicine. He has contributed chapters and forwards for many books. Jim provides diverse and multi-disciplinary perspectives based on a variety of types of scientific research and personal experiences. Jim has presented lectures and workshops in about 25 countries around the world.

 

 

Dr. Uwe Geier studied Agricultural Science at the University of Bonn, Germany, with a Ph.D. from the Department of Organic Agriculture. He has worked with food quality assessment in two laboratories in Switzerland, using biocrystallization as an imaging method. Since 2006 he is scientist at the Forschungsring e.V., a pioneering research institute in the field of organic agriculture in Germany. From 2008 to 2015 he was research coordinator of the German Demeter Association for biodynamic agriculture. He carried out several studies about food induced emotions. Since 2016, Dr. Uwe Geier is managing director of the WirkSensorik GmbH (www.empathic-food-test.de). 2016 he started first experiments about the effects of different lighting systems on food quality and on students` behavior.

 

 

Dr. med Jens Hagen Karow is a medical doctor, naturopath and independent researcher. He studied machine engineering before he became general physician and healing practitioner. He trained many years with the renowned anthroposophical researcher in biochemistriy, Dr. med. Otto Wolf, followed by extensive studies with José Martinez (Lanzarote) about etheric physiology. Dr. Karow has his own clinic since 1987. He teaches anthroposophical medicine and gives presentations and seminars throughout Germany.

Together with Prof. Edwin Hübner, he has published the book “Kunstlicht und Mobilfunk” (artificial lighting and mobile technologies), (Flensburger Hefte Verlag 2015).

 

 

Renzo Celani has been a leading natural energy healer and medical intuitive for many years, treating patients of all ages and from all walks of life around the world. He travels widely working closely with renowned physicists, researchers, natural healers, medical practitioners and alternative therapists.

At Dr. Fritz-Albert Popp’s International Institute of Biophysics in Neuss in Germany Renzo’s powerful ability to dramatically change the number of photons and also photon distribution patterns within his surrounding environment has been scientifically documented.

 

Raphael Kleimann (Oslo, Norway) is a healing practitioner, course holder and independent researcher – and  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 a number of 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 weeks Spiritual Ecology  www.summerweek.baldron.org. He gives lectures and courses throughout Europe, in English, German, French and Italian, besides Norwegian.

www.baldron.org

www.facebook.com/baldron.no

YouTube: Baldron TV  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uh3L7xHBDnA

UNESCO Day of Light at the House of Literature

 

Light Lab “Living Light?” – Pushing the Borders for the Understanding of Life

On this day – UNESCO Day of Light – we celebrate the light in a special way: with a “Light Lab” where you can see and sense cutting-edge research in the fields of health and ecology. Meet professionals in physics, ecology, medicine and holistic health for hands-on experience, reflection and dialogue!

After a seminar at 10:30 to 13:30 with the pioneer in energy medicine Dr. James Oschman, the afternoon begins at 14 :00 with short presentations, demos and exhibitions. We will round off with a panel discussion on Light and Health:
The morning seminar requires early registration (https://www.international-light-association.org/event/conf-2018/presenter/James-Oschman), the afternoon session is drop-in for 100 kr (> 10 Dollars / Euros).

Info and tickets:

https://www.facebook.com/events/403649830057398/

www.nordic-light-association.org (facebook: Nordic Light Association https://www.facebook.com/Nordic-Light-Association-792273174187985/?ref=br_rs)

www.international-light-association.org (facebook: International Light Association https://www.facebook.com/ilacolor/?ref=br_rs)

PS. See also the international conference “Life Light” in the days before. It is the annual conference of the International Light Association. 13.-15.5. in Oslo. facebook: International Light Conference 2018 https://www.facebook.com/LysFarger/

Overview:

Litteraturhuset (House of Literature) – Light Lab “Living Light?” (10:00 – 17:30)

10:00-13:30 Seminar with Dr. James Oschman: Detecting the Human Biophoton Field: Therory and Practice

14:00-17:30 Exhibitions, Demonstrations, Mini-Workshops, Panel Discussion: “Does Food Radiate Light?” – “Light in Healing?” – “Light Pollution – the new Environmental Challenge?” with Dr. J. Oschman, Dr. U. Geier, Dr. J.H. Karow a.o.

Seminar

10:00-13:30

Seminar with Dr. James Oschman: Detecting the Human Biophoton Field: Therory and Practice (more info: https://www.international-light-association.org/event/conf-2018/presenter/James-Oschman

Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/events/403649830057398/)

 

Detecting the Human Biophoton Field: Theory and Practice

Introduction:

The human body is surrounded by a variety of measurable energy fields: magnetic, electrical, thermal, acoustic, and photonic. Some of these fields are easier to measure than others. It has been stated that biophotons, also known as ultra-weak photon emissions (UPE), have a visibility 1,000 times lower than the sensitivity of the human eye. It is also stated that biophotons are therefore not visible to us, and are only detectable with sophisticated modern instrumentation. This presentation will challenge both of those assumptions on the basis of recent research and on the basis of a group processes. We will determine experientially if we are able to detect photonic information emitted by the human body and if we can discriminate between biomagnetic and biophotonic information.

Experiential part:

A fascinating question is whether humans are able to sense the biophotons emitted from people. Biophotons are often referred to as “ultra-weak photon emissions” but this term actually refers to the difficulty of detecting them with scientific instruments. To living cells, biophotons are not ultra-weak; they are better described as ultra-important, as they deliver vital regulatory messages that control cellular activities.

A number of studies have shown that the retina can respond to a single photon or to a small number of photons. For example, a recent study (Palczewska and others, 2014) has identified a non-linear mechanism that could explain vision in the infrared region that is a probable frequency for cell to cell communications. There is no amount of light that is weaker than a single photon. Hence there is at least a theoretical possibility that the human eye may detect biophoton emissions.

Theoretical part:

Physiological regulation is a vital but under-appreciated aspect of biomedicine for two reasons. Firstly, it is not generally realized that failures in communication underlie most diseases and disorders. Secondly, it has long been believed that regulatory communications are well understood. They obviously are not, as evidenced by the persistence of chronic and debilitating conditions that cause widespread suffering, financial stress and death world-wide.

In the 1980’s, Nobel Laureate Albert Szent-Györgyi, regarded by many as one of the most insightful scientists of the 20thCentury, stated that life is too rapid and subtle to be explained by slow moving nerve impulses and chemical reactions. This presentation summarizes reasons for believing that Szent-Györgyi’s insight was correct. We will review what is known about the speed of nerve impulses and chemical reactions and their inadequacy for explaining cellular and physiological integrations involved in restoring and sustaining systemic integrity, and for explaining peak athletic and artistic performances. While myelinated nerves can conduct nerve impulses at 120 meters per second, at least three factors prevent this neural velocity from achieving the rapid communications necessary for systemic cooperation and physiological integration. The three factors: the high metabolic cost of rapid nerve conduction, synaptic delays, and limitations on synaptic firing frequencies. Random diffusion of chemical messengers through body fluid compartments is too slow and too disorganized to exert the precise control needed for the body to function properly.

The question we ask is why nature would have selected, during millions of years of evolution, the slowest and least precise methods of communication while excluding much faster physical mechanisms that have always been available. Stated simply, if nature relied upon nerve impulses and random diffusion of signal molecules, our ancestors would probably have been eaten!

These considerations lead to the conclusion that biophotonic communication provides a far more logical framework for regulatory processes. Indeed, there is evidence that biophotons may be involved in neural communications. Biophotons and scalar fields permit communications at the speed of light or faster, and there are good reasons to believe that that such communications have served key survival purposes during the evolution of life.  We will discuss mechanisms by which rapid and subtle behaviors are achieved by biophotonic communications, with focus on the cell surface receptors. We will also discuss how light can be employed in diagnostic and treatment of disease.

———————

13:30

Registration

 

14:00

Introduction to the Exhibitions and Demos, by Raphael Kleimann

Exhibitions

Exhibition by  Dr. med Jens H. Karow: Observing Energy Fields and Light Phenomena in Food and Technology

Exhibition by Uwe Geier: Qalitative Research on Light with Deep Sensoric Methods.
Exhibition of Andre Bjerke`s Research on Color and Light?

 

14:30-16:00

 

Short presentations

Each presentation ca 15 minutes, followed by questions and discussion

 

Dr. Uwe Geier:

Sensing the Light – New frontiers in Research

  1. Empathic Food Testing: – Application in Seed Production, Lighting and Organic Agriculture
  2. When “Green” Light Becomes Dirty Light…. Psychological and Health Effects of LED in Schools: An Empirical Study

 

Dr. Jens Hagen Karow:

Observing the light – Sensitive Quality Assessment with Inner Imaging

 

Dr. James Oschman:

Structure and Properties of the Quantum Information Field

 

Raphael Kleimann:

Enlightening “the Field”: The Body of Light in Past and Future Healing Techniques

 

Renzo Celani:

Stimulating Self-Regulation with Biophoton Realignment Mirrors

 

14:00

Break, exhibition, demos

 

16:30

Panel Discussion:

Pushing the borders for the understanding of life
 “Does Food Radiate Light?” – “Light in Healing?” – “Light Pollution – the new Environmental Challenge?”

with Dr. J. Oschman, Dr. U. Geier, Dr. J.H. Karow, Raphael Kleimann, Renzo Celani  a.o.

 

17:30

closure

 

 

 

About the presenters:

Jim Oschman is an internationally recognized expert on the scientific basis for Energetic/Matrix Medicine. He has contributed scientific perspectives that clarify controversial issues such as the nature of biological energetics and energetic therapeutics. He has also written extensively on electromagnetic pollution, the mechanisms by which it can produce biological effects, and what can be done about it. Jim has written several popular books on the scientific basis of energy/matrix medicine. He has also written about 120 articles in some of the leading peer-reviewed scientific journals as well as in leading journals on alternative medicine. He has contributed chapters and forwards for many books. Jim provides diverse and multi-disciplinary perspectives based on a variety of types of scientific research and personal experiences. Jim has presented lectures and workshops in about 25 countries around the world.

 

 

Dr. Uwe Geier studied Agricultural Science at the University of Bonn, Germany, with a Ph.D. from the Department of Organic Agriculture. He has worked with food quality assessment in two laboratories in Switzerland, using biocrystallization as an imaging method. Since 2006 he is scientist at the Forschungsring e.V., a pioneering research institute in the field of organic agriculture in Germany. From 2008 to 2015 he was research coordinator of the German Demeter Association for biodynamic agriculture. He carried out several studies about food induced emotions. Since 2016, Dr. Uwe Geier is managing director of the WirkSensorik GmbH (www.empathic-food-test.de). 2016 he started first experiments about the effects of different lighting systems on food quality and on students` behavior.

 

 

Dr. med Jens Hagen Karow is a medical doctor, naturopath and independent researcher. He studied machine engineering before he became general physician and healing practitioner. He trained many years with the renowned anthroposophical researcher in biochemistriy, Dr. med. Otto Wolf, followed by extensive studies with José Martinez (Lanzarote) about etheric physiology. Dr. Karow has his own clinic since 1987. He teaches anthroposophical medicine and gives presentations and seminars throughout Germany.

Together with Prof. Edwin Hübner, he has published the book “Kunstlicht und Mobilfunk” (artificial lighting and mobile technologies), (Flensburger Hefte Verlag 2015).

 

 

Renzo Celani has been a leading natural energy healer and medical intuitive for many years, treating patients of all ages and from all walks of life around the world. He travels widely working closely with renowned physicists, researchers, natural healers, medical practitioners and alternative therapists.

At Dr. Fritz-Albert Popp’s International Institute of Biophysics in Neuss in Germany Renzo’s powerful ability to dramatically change the number of photons and also photon distribution patterns within his surrounding environment has been scientifically documented.

 

Raphael Kleimann (Oslo, Norway) is a healing practitioner, course holder and independent researcher – and  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 a number of 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 weeks Spiritual Ecology  www.summerweek.baldron.org. He gives lectures and courses throughout Europe, in English, German, French and Italian, besides Norwegian.

www.baldron.org

www.facebook.com/baldron.no

YouTube: Baldron TV  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uh3L7xHBDnA

UNESCO Day of Light at the House of Literature

 

Light Lab “Living Light?” – Pushing the Borders for the Understanding of Life

On this day – UNESCO Day of Light – we celebrate the light in a special way: with a “Light Lab” where you can see and sense cutting-edge research in the fields of health and ecology. Meet professionals in physics, ecology, medicine and holistic health for hands-on experience, reflection and dialogue!

After a seminar at 10:30 to 13:30 with the pioneer in energy medicine Dr. James Oschman, the afternoon begins at 14 :00 with short presentations, demos and exhibitions. We will round off with a panel discussion on Light and Health:
The morning seminar requires early registration (https://www.international-light-association.org/event/conf-2018/presenter/James-Oschman), the afternoon session is drop-in for 100 kr (> 10 Dollars / Euros).

Info and tickets:

https://www.facebook.com/events/403649830057398/

www.nordic-light-association.org (facebook: Nordic Light Association https://www.facebook.com/Nordic-Light-Association-792273174187985/?ref=br_rs)

www.international-light-association.org (facebook: International Light Association https://www.facebook.com/ilacolor/?ref=br_rs)

PS. See also the international conference “Life Light” in the days before. It is the annual conference of the International Light Association. 13.-15.5. in Oslo. facebook: International Light Conference 2018 https://www.facebook.com/LysFarger/

Overview:

Litteraturhuset (House of Literature) – Light Lab “Living Light?” (10:00 – 17:30)

10:00-13:30 Seminar with Dr. James Oschman: Detecting the Human Biophoton Field: Therory and Practice

14:00-17:30 Exhibitions, Demonstrations, Mini-Workshops, Panel Discussion: “Does Food Radiate Light?” – “Light in Healing?” – “Light Pollution – the new Environmental Challenge?” with Dr. J. Oschman, Dr. U. Geier, Dr. J.H. Karow a.o.

Seminar

10:00-13:30

Seminar with Dr. James Oschman: Detecting the Human Biophoton Field: Therory and Practice (more info: https://www.international-light-association.org/event/conf-2018/presenter/James-Oschman

Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/events/403649830057398/)

 

Detecting the Human Biophoton Field: Theory and Practice

Introduction:

The human body is surrounded by a variety of measurable energy fields: magnetic, electrical, thermal, acoustic, and photonic. Some of these fields are easier to measure than others. It has been stated that biophotons, also known as ultra-weak photon emissions (UPE), have a visibility 1,000 times lower than the sensitivity of the human eye. It is also stated that biophotons are therefore not visible to us, and are only detectable with sophisticated modern instrumentation. This presentation will challenge both of those assumptions on the basis of recent research and on the basis of a group processes. We will determine experientially if we are able to detect photonic information emitted by the human body and if we can discriminate between biomagnetic and biophotonic information.

Experiential part:

A fascinating question is whether humans are able to sense the biophotons emitted from people. Biophotons are often referred to as “ultra-weak photon emissions” but this term actually refers to the difficulty of detecting them with scientific instruments. To living cells, biophotons are not ultra-weak; they are better described as ultra-important, as they deliver vital regulatory messages that control cellular activities.

A number of studies have shown that the retina can respond to a single photon or to a small number of photons. For example, a recent study (Palczewska and others, 2014) has identified a non-linear mechanism that could explain vision in the infrared region that is a probable frequency for cell to cell communications. There is no amount of light that is weaker than a single photon. Hence there is at least a theoretical possibility that the human eye may detect biophoton emissions.

Theoretical part:

Physiological regulation is a vital but under-appreciated aspect of biomedicine for two reasons. Firstly, it is not generally realized that failures in communication underlie most diseases and disorders. Secondly, it has long been believed that regulatory communications are well understood. They obviously are not, as evidenced by the persistence of chronic and debilitating conditions that cause widespread suffering, financial stress and death world-wide.

In the 1980’s, Nobel Laureate Albert Szent-Györgyi, regarded by many as one of the most insightful scientists of the 20thCentury, stated that life is too rapid and subtle to be explained by slow moving nerve impulses and chemical reactions. This presentation summarizes reasons for believing that Szent-Györgyi’s insight was correct. We will review what is known about the speed of nerve impulses and chemical reactions and their inadequacy for explaining cellular and physiological integrations involved in restoring and sustaining systemic integrity, and for explaining peak athletic and artistic performances. While myelinated nerves can conduct nerve impulses at 120 meters per second, at least three factors prevent this neural velocity from achieving the rapid communications necessary for systemic cooperation and physiological integration. The three factors: the high metabolic cost of rapid nerve conduction, synaptic delays, and limitations on synaptic firing frequencies. Random diffusion of chemical messengers through body fluid compartments is too slow and too disorganized to exert the precise control needed for the body to function properly.

The question we ask is why nature would have selected, during millions of years of evolution, the slowest and least precise methods of communication while excluding much faster physical mechanisms that have always been available. Stated simply, if nature relied upon nerve impulses and random diffusion of signal molecules, our ancestors would probably have been eaten!

These considerations lead to the conclusion that biophotonic communication provides a far more logical framework for regulatory processes. Indeed, there is evidence that biophotons may be involved in neural communications. Biophotons and scalar fields permit communications at the speed of light or faster, and there are good reasons to believe that that such communications have served key survival purposes during the evolution of life.  We will discuss mechanisms by which rapid and subtle behaviors are achieved by biophotonic communications, with focus on the cell surface receptors. We will also discuss how light can be employed in diagnostic and treatment of disease.

———————

13:30

Registration

 

14:00

Introduction to the Exhibitions and Demos, by Raphael Kleimann

Exhibitions

Exhibition by  Dr. med Jens H. Karow: Observing Energy Fields and Light Phenomena in Food and Technology

Exhibition by Uwe Geier: Qalitative Research on Light with Deep Sensoric Methods.
Exhibition of Andre Bjerke`s Research on Color and Light?

 

14:30-16:00

 

Short presentations

Each presentation ca 15 minutes, followed by questions and discussion

 

Dr. Uwe Geier:

Sensing the Light – New frontiers in Research

  1. Empathic Food Testing: – Application in Seed Production, Lighting and Organic Agriculture
  2. When “Green” Light Becomes Dirty Light…. Psychological and Health Effects of LED in Schools: An Empirical Study

 

Dr. Jens Hagen Karow:

Observing the light – Sensitive Quality Assessment with Inner Imaging

 

Dr. James Oschman:

Structure and Properties of the Quantum Information Field

 

Raphael Kleimann:

Enlightening “the Field”: The Body of Light in Past and Future Healing Techniques

 

Renzo Celani:

Stimulating Self-Regulation with Biophoton Realignment Mirrors

 

14:00

Break, exhibition, demos

 

16:30

Panel Discussion:

Pushing the borders for the understanding of life
 “Does Food Radiate Light?” – “Light in Healing?” – “Light Pollution – the new Environmental Challenge?”

with Dr. J. Oschman, Dr. U. Geier, Dr. J.H. Karow, Raphael Kleimann, Renzo Celani  a.o.

 

17:30

closure

 

 

 

About the presenters:

Jim Oschman is an internationally recognized expert on the scientific basis for Energetic/Matrix Medicine. He has contributed scientific perspectives that clarify controversial issues such as the nature of biological energetics and energetic therapeutics. He has also written extensively on electromagnetic pollution, the mechanisms by which it can produce biological effects, and what can be done about it. Jim has written several popular books on the scientific basis of energy/matrix medicine. He has also written about 120 articles in some of the leading peer-reviewed scientific journals as well as in leading journals on alternative medicine. He has contributed chapters and forwards for many books. Jim provides diverse and multi-disciplinary perspectives based on a variety of types of scientific research and personal experiences. Jim has presented lectures and workshops in about 25 countries around the world.

 

 

Dr. Uwe Geier studied Agricultural Science at the University of Bonn, Germany, with a Ph.D. from the Department of Organic Agriculture. He has worked with food quality assessment in two laboratories in Switzerland, using biocrystallization as an imaging method. Since 2006 he is scientist at the Forschungsring e.V., a pioneering research institute in the field of organic agriculture in Germany. From 2008 to 2015 he was research coordinator of the German Demeter Association for biodynamic agriculture. He carried out several studies about food induced emotions. Since 2016, Dr. Uwe Geier is managing director of the WirkSensorik GmbH (www.empathic-food-test.de). 2016 he started first experiments about the effects of different lighting systems on food quality and on students` behavior.

 

 

Dr. med Jens Hagen Karow is a medical doctor, naturopath and independent researcher. He studied machine engineering before he became general physician and healing practitioner. He trained many years with the renowned anthroposophical researcher in biochemistriy, Dr. med. Otto Wolf, followed by extensive studies with José Martinez (Lanzarote) about etheric physiology. Dr. Karow has his own clinic since 1987. He teaches anthroposophical medicine and gives presentations and seminars throughout Germany.

Together with Prof. Edwin Hübner, he has published the book “Kunstlicht und Mobilfunk” (artificial lighting and mobile technologies), (Flensburger Hefte Verlag 2015).

 

 

Renzo Celani has been a leading natural energy healer and medical intuitive for many years, treating patients of all ages and from all walks of life around the world. He travels widely working closely with renowned physicists, researchers, natural healers, medical practitioners and alternative therapists.

At Dr. Fritz-Albert Popp’s International Institute of Biophysics in Neuss in Germany Renzo’s powerful ability to dramatically change the number of photons and also photon distribution patterns within his surrounding environment has been scientifically documented.

 

Raphael Kleimann (Oslo, Norway) is a healing practitioner, course holder and independent researcher – and  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 a number of 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 weeks Spiritual Ecology  www.summerweek.baldron.org. He gives lectures and courses throughout Europe, in English, German, French and Italian, besides Norwegian.

www.baldron.org

www.facebook.com/baldron.no

YouTube: Baldron TV  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uh3L7xHBDnA

UNESCO Day of Light at the House of Literature

 

Light Lab “Living Light?” – Pushing the Borders for the Understanding of Life

On this day – UNESCO Day of Light – we celebrate the light in a special way: with a “Light Lab” where you can see and sense cutting-edge research in the fields of health and ecology. Meet professionals in physics, ecology, medicine and holistic health for hands-on experience, reflection and dialogue!

After a seminar at 10:30 to 13:30 with the pioneer in energy medicine Dr. James Oschman, the afternoon begins at 14 :00 with short presentations, demos and exhibitions. We will round off with a panel discussion on Light and Health:
The morning seminar requires early registration (https://www.international-light-association.org/event/conf-2018/presenter/James-Oschman), the afternoon session is drop-in for 100 kr (> 10 Dollars / Euros).

Info and tickets:

https://www.facebook.com/events/403649830057398/

www.nordic-light-association.org (facebook: Nordic Light Association https://www.facebook.com/Nordic-Light-Association-792273174187985/?ref=br_rs)

www.international-light-association.org (facebook: International Light Association https://www.facebook.com/ilacolor/?ref=br_rs)

PS. See also the international conference “Life Light” in the days before. It is the annual conference of the International Light Association. 13.-15.5. in Oslo. facebook: International Light Conference 2018 https://www.facebook.com/LysFarger/

Overview:

Litteraturhuset (House of Literature) – Light Lab “Living Light?” (10:00 – 17:30)

10:00-13:30 Seminar with Dr. James Oschman: Detecting the Human Biophoton Field: Therory and Practice

14:00-17:30 Exhibitions, Demonstrations, Mini-Workshops, Panel Discussion: “Does Food Radiate Light?” – “Light in Healing?” – “Light Pollution – the new Environmental Challenge?” with Dr. J. Oschman, Dr. U. Geier, Dr. J.H. Karow a.o.

Seminar

10:00-13:30

Seminar with Dr. James Oschman: Detecting the Human Biophoton Field: Therory and Practice (more info: https://www.international-light-association.org/event/conf-2018/presenter/James-Oschman

Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/events/403649830057398/)

 

Detecting the Human Biophoton Field: Theory and Practice

Introduction:

The human body is surrounded by a variety of measurable energy fields: magnetic, electrical, thermal, acoustic, and photonic. Some of these fields are easier to measure than others. It has been stated that biophotons, also known as ultra-weak photon emissions (UPE), have a visibility 1,000 times lower than the sensitivity of the human eye. It is also stated that biophotons are therefore not visible to us, and are only detectable with sophisticated modern instrumentation. This presentation will challenge both of those assumptions on the basis of recent research and on the basis of a group processes. We will determine experientially if we are able to detect photonic information emitted by the human body and if we can discriminate between biomagnetic and biophotonic information.

Experiential part:

A fascinating question is whether humans are able to sense the biophotons emitted from people. Biophotons are often referred to as “ultra-weak photon emissions” but this term actually refers to the difficulty of detecting them with scientific instruments. To living cells, biophotons are not ultra-weak; they are better described as ultra-important, as they deliver vital regulatory messages that control cellular activities.

A number of studies have shown that the retina can respond to a single photon or to a small number of photons. For example, a recent study (Palczewska and others, 2014) has identified a non-linear mechanism that could explain vision in the infrared region that is a probable frequency for cell to cell communications. There is no amount of light that is weaker than a single photon. Hence there is at least a theoretical possibility that the human eye may detect biophoton emissions.

Theoretical part:

Physiological regulation is a vital but under-appreciated aspect of biomedicine for two reasons. Firstly, it is not generally realized that failures in communication underlie most diseases and disorders. Secondly, it has long been believed that regulatory communications are well understood. They obviously are not, as evidenced by the persistence of chronic and debilitating conditions that cause widespread suffering, financial stress and death world-wide.

In the 1980’s, Nobel Laureate Albert Szent-Györgyi, regarded by many as one of the most insightful scientists of the 20thCentury, stated that life is too rapid and subtle to be explained by slow moving nerve impulses and chemical reactions. This presentation summarizes reasons for believing that Szent-Györgyi’s insight was correct. We will review what is known about the speed of nerve impulses and chemical reactions and their inadequacy for explaining cellular and physiological integrations involved in restoring and sustaining systemic integrity, and for explaining peak athletic and artistic performances. While myelinated nerves can conduct nerve impulses at 120 meters per second, at least three factors prevent this neural velocity from achieving the rapid communications necessary for systemic cooperation and physiological integration. The three factors: the high metabolic cost of rapid nerve conduction, synaptic delays, and limitations on synaptic firing frequencies. Random diffusion of chemical messengers through body fluid compartments is too slow and too disorganized to exert the precise control needed for the body to function properly.

The question we ask is why nature would have selected, during millions of years of evolution, the slowest and least precise methods of communication while excluding much faster physical mechanisms that have always been available. Stated simply, if nature relied upon nerve impulses and random diffusion of signal molecules, our ancestors would probably have been eaten!

These considerations lead to the conclusion that biophotonic communication provides a far more logical framework for regulatory processes. Indeed, there is evidence that biophotons may be involved in neural communications. Biophotons and scalar fields permit communications at the speed of light or faster, and there are good reasons to believe that that such communications have served key survival purposes during the evolution of life.  We will discuss mechanisms by which rapid and subtle behaviors are achieved by biophotonic communications, with focus on the cell surface receptors. We will also discuss how light can be employed in diagnostic and treatment of disease.

———————

13:30

Registration

 

14:00

Introduction to the Exhibitions and Demos, by Raphael Kleimann

Exhibitions

Exhibition by  Dr. med Jens H. Karow: Observing Energy Fields and Light Phenomena in Food and Technology

Exhibition by Uwe Geier: Qalitative Research on Light with Deep Sensoric Methods.
Exhibition of Andre Bjerke`s Research on Color and Light?

 

14:30-16:00

 

Short presentations

Each presentation ca 15 minutes, followed by questions and discussion

 

Dr. Uwe Geier:

Sensing the Light – New frontiers in Research

  1. Empathic Food Testing: – Application in Seed Production, Lighting and Organic Agriculture
  2. When “Green” Light Becomes Dirty Light…. Psychological and Health Effects of LED in Schools: An Empirical Study

 

Dr. Jens Hagen Karow:

Observing the light – Sensitive Quality Assessment with Inner Imaging

 

Dr. James Oschman:

Structure and Properties of the Quantum Information Field

 

Raphael Kleimann:

Enlightening “the Field”: The Body of Light in Past and Future Healing Techniques

 

Renzo Celani:

Stimulating Self-Regulation with Biophoton Realignment Mirrors

 

14:00

Break, exhibition, demos

 

16:30

Panel Discussion:

Pushing the borders for the understanding of life
 “Does Food Radiate Light?” – “Light in Healing?” – “Light Pollution – the new Environmental Challenge?”

with Dr. J. Oschman, Dr. U. Geier, Dr. J.H. Karow, Raphael Kleimann, Renzo Celani  a.o.

 

17:30

closure

 

 

 

About the presenters:

Jim Oschman is an internationally recognized expert on the scientific basis for Energetic/Matrix Medicine. He has contributed scientific perspectives that clarify controversial issues such as the nature of biological energetics and energetic therapeutics. He has also written extensively on electromagnetic pollution, the mechanisms by which it can produce biological effects, and what can be done about it. Jim has written several popular books on the scientific basis of energy/matrix medicine. He has also written about 120 articles in some of the leading peer-reviewed scientific journals as well as in leading journals on alternative medicine. He has contributed chapters and forwards for many books. Jim provides diverse and multi-disciplinary perspectives based on a variety of types of scientific research and personal experiences. Jim has presented lectures and workshops in about 25 countries around the world.

 

 

Dr. Uwe Geier studied Agricultural Science at the University of Bonn, Germany, with a Ph.D. from the Department of Organic Agriculture. He has worked with food quality assessment in two laboratories in Switzerland, using biocrystallization as an imaging method. Since 2006 he is scientist at the Forschungsring e.V., a pioneering research institute in the field of organic agriculture in Germany. From 2008 to 2015 he was research coordinator of the German Demeter Association for biodynamic agriculture. He carried out several studies about food induced emotions. Since 2016, Dr. Uwe Geier is managing director of the WirkSensorik GmbH (www.empathic-food-test.de). 2016 he started first experiments about the effects of different lighting systems on food quality and on students` behavior.

 

 

Dr. med Jens Hagen Karow is a medical doctor, naturopath and independent researcher. He studied machine engineering before he became general physician and healing practitioner. He trained many years with the renowned anthroposophical researcher in biochemistriy, Dr. med. Otto Wolf, followed by extensive studies with José Martinez (Lanzarote) about etheric physiology. Dr. Karow has his own clinic since 1987. He teaches anthroposophical medicine and gives presentations and seminars throughout Germany.

Together with Prof. Edwin Hübner, he has published the book “Kunstlicht und Mobilfunk” (artificial lighting and mobile technologies), (Flensburger Hefte Verlag 2015).

 

 

Renzo Celani has been a leading natural energy healer and medical intuitive for many years, treating patients of all ages and from all walks of life around the world. He travels widely working closely with renowned physicists, researchers, natural healers, medical practitioners and alternative therapists.

At Dr. Fritz-Albert Popp’s International Institute of Biophysics in Neuss in Germany Renzo’s powerful ability to dramatically change the number of photons and also photon distribution patterns within his surrounding environment has been scientifically documented.

 

Raphael Kleimann (Oslo, Norway) is a healing practitioner, course holder and independent researcher – and  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 a number of 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 weeks Spiritual Ecology  www.summerweek.baldron.org. He gives lectures and courses throughout Europe, in English, German, French and Italian, besides Norwegian.

www.baldron.org

www.facebook.com/baldron.no

YouTube: Baldron TV  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uh3L7xHBDnA

UNESCO Day of Light at the House of Literature

 

Light Lab “Living Light?” – Pushing the Borders for the Understanding of Life

On this day – UNESCO Day of Light – we celebrate the light in a special way: with a “Light Lab” where you can see and sense cutting-edge research in the fields of health and ecology. Meet professionals in physics, ecology, medicine and holistic health for hands-on experience, reflection and dialogue!

After a seminar at 10:30 to 13:30 with the pioneer in energy medicine Dr. James Oschman, the afternoon begins at 14 :00 with short presentations, demos and exhibitions. We will round off with a panel discussion on Light and Health:
The morning seminar requires early registration (https://www.international-light-association.org/event/conf-2018/presenter/James-Oschman), the afternoon session is drop-in for 100 kr (> 10 Dollars / Euros).

Info and tickets:

https://www.facebook.com/events/403649830057398/

www.nordic-light-association.org (facebook: Nordic Light Association https://www.facebook.com/Nordic-Light-Association-792273174187985/?ref=br_rs)

www.international-light-association.org (facebook: International Light Association https://www.facebook.com/ilacolor/?ref=br_rs)

PS. See also the international conference “Life Light” in the days before. It is the annual conference of the International Light Association. 13.-15.5. in Oslo. facebook: International Light Conference 2018 https://www.facebook.com/LysFarger/

Overview:

Litteraturhuset (House of Literature) – Light Lab “Living Light?” (10:00 – 17:30)

10:00-13:30 Seminar with Dr. James Oschman: Detecting the Human Biophoton Field: Therory and Practice

14:00-17:30 Exhibitions, Demonstrations, Mini-Workshops, Panel Discussion: “Does Food Radiate Light?” – “Light in Healing?” – “Light Pollution – the new Environmental Challenge?” with Dr. J. Oschman, Dr. U. Geier, Dr. J.H. Karow a.o.

Seminar

10:00-13:30

Seminar with Dr. James Oschman: Detecting the Human Biophoton Field: Therory and Practice (more info: https://www.international-light-association.org/event/conf-2018/presenter/James-Oschman

Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/events/403649830057398/)

 

Detecting the Human Biophoton Field: Theory and Practice

Introduction:

The human body is surrounded by a variety of measurable energy fields: magnetic, electrical, thermal, acoustic, and photonic. Some of these fields are easier to measure than others. It has been stated that biophotons, also known as ultra-weak photon emissions (UPE), have a visibility 1,000 times lower than the sensitivity of the human eye. It is also stated that biophotons are therefore not visible to us, and are only detectable with sophisticated modern instrumentation. This presentation will challenge both of those assumptions on the basis of recent research and on the basis of a group processes. We will determine experientially if we are able to detect photonic information emitted by the human body and if we can discriminate between biomagnetic and biophotonic information.

Experiential part:

A fascinating question is whether humans are able to sense the biophotons emitted from people. Biophotons are often referred to as “ultra-weak photon emissions” but this term actually refers to the difficulty of detecting them with scientific instruments. To living cells, biophotons are not ultra-weak; they are better described as ultra-important, as they deliver vital regulatory messages that control cellular activities.

A number of studies have shown that the retina can respond to a single photon or to a small number of photons. For example, a recent study (Palczewska and others, 2014) has identified a non-linear mechanism that could explain vision in the infrared region that is a probable frequency for cell to cell communications. There is no amount of light that is weaker than a single photon. Hence there is at least a theoretical possibility that the human eye may detect biophoton emissions.

Theoretical part:

Physiological regulation is a vital but under-appreciated aspect of biomedicine for two reasons. Firstly, it is not generally realized that failures in communication underlie most diseases and disorders. Secondly, it has long been believed that regulatory communications are well understood. They obviously are not, as evidenced by the persistence of chronic and debilitating conditions that cause widespread suffering, financial stress and death world-wide.

In the 1980’s, Nobel Laureate Albert Szent-Györgyi, regarded by many as one of the most insightful scientists of the 20thCentury, stated that life is too rapid and subtle to be explained by slow moving nerve impulses and chemical reactions. This presentation summarizes reasons for believing that Szent-Györgyi’s insight was correct. We will review what is known about the speed of nerve impulses and chemical reactions and their inadequacy for explaining cellular and physiological integrations involved in restoring and sustaining systemic integrity, and for explaining peak athletic and artistic performances. While myelinated nerves can conduct nerve impulses at 120 meters per second, at least three factors prevent this neural velocity from achieving the rapid communications necessary for systemic cooperation and physiological integration. The three factors: the high metabolic cost of rapid nerve conduction, synaptic delays, and limitations on synaptic firing frequencies. Random diffusion of chemical messengers through body fluid compartments is too slow and too disorganized to exert the precise control needed for the body to function properly.

The question we ask is why nature would have selected, during millions of years of evolution, the slowest and least precise methods of communication while excluding much faster physical mechanisms that have always been available. Stated simply, if nature relied upon nerve impulses and random diffusion of signal molecules, our ancestors would probably have been eaten!

These considerations lead to the conclusion that biophotonic communication provides a far more logical framework for regulatory processes. Indeed, there is evidence that biophotons may be involved in neural communications. Biophotons and scalar fields permit communications at the speed of light or faster, and there are good reasons to believe that that such communications have served key survival purposes during the evolution of life.  We will discuss mechanisms by which rapid and subtle behaviors are achieved by biophotonic communications, with focus on the cell surface receptors. We will also discuss how light can be employed in diagnostic and treatment of disease.

———————

13:30

Registration

 

14:00

Introduction to the Exhibitions and Demos, by Raphael Kleimann

Exhibitions

Exhibition by  Dr. med Jens H. Karow: Observing Energy Fields and Light Phenomena in Food and Technology

Exhibition by Uwe Geier: Qalitative Research on Light with Deep Sensoric Methods.
Exhibition of Andre Bjerke`s Research on Color and Light?

 

14:30-16:00

 

Short presentations

Each presentation ca 15 minutes, followed by questions and discussion

 

Dr. Uwe Geier:

Sensing the Light – New frontiers in Research

  1. Empathic Food Testing: – Application in Seed Production, Lighting and Organic Agriculture
  2. When “Green” Light Becomes Dirty Light…. Psychological and Health Effects of LED in Schools: An Empirical Study

 

Dr. Jens Hagen Karow:

Observing the light – Sensitive Quality Assessment with Inner Imaging

 

Dr. James Oschman:

Structure and Properties of the Quantum Information Field

 

Raphael Kleimann:

Enlightening “the Field”: The Body of Light in Past and Future Healing Techniques

 

Renzo Celani:

Stimulating Self-Regulation with Biophoton Realignment Mirrors

 

14:00

Break, exhibition, demos

 

16:30

Panel Discussion:

Pushing the borders for the understanding of life
 “Does Food Radiate Light?” – “Light in Healing?” – “Light Pollution – the new Environmental Challenge?”

with Dr. J. Oschman, Dr. U. Geier, Dr. J.H. Karow, Raphael Kleimann, Renzo Celani  a.o.

 

17:30

closure

 

 

 

About the presenters:

Jim Oschman is an internationally recognized expert on the scientific basis for Energetic/Matrix Medicine. He has contributed scientific perspectives that clarify controversial issues such as the nature of biological energetics and energetic therapeutics. He has also written extensively on electromagnetic pollution, the mechanisms by which it can produce biological effects, and what can be done about it. Jim has written several popular books on the scientific basis of energy/matrix medicine. He has also written about 120 articles in some of the leading peer-reviewed scientific journals as well as in leading journals on alternative medicine. He has contributed chapters and forwards for many books. Jim provides diverse and multi-disciplinary perspectives based on a variety of types of scientific research and personal experiences. Jim has presented lectures and workshops in about 25 countries around the world.

 

 

Dr. Uwe Geier studied Agricultural Science at the University of Bonn, Germany, with a Ph.D. from the Department of Organic Agriculture. He has worked with food quality assessment in two laboratories in Switzerland, using biocrystallization as an imaging method. Since 2006 he is scientist at the Forschungsring e.V., a pioneering research institute in the field of organic agriculture in Germany. From 2008 to 2015 he was research coordinator of the German Demeter Association for biodynamic agriculture. He carried out several studies about food induced emotions. Since 2016, Dr. Uwe Geier is managing director of the WirkSensorik GmbH (www.empathic-food-test.de). 2016 he started first experiments about the effects of different lighting systems on food quality and on students` behavior.

 

 

Dr. med Jens Hagen Karow is a medical doctor, naturopath and independent researcher. He studied machine engineering before he became general physician and healing practitioner. He trained many years with the renowned anthroposophical researcher in biochemistriy, Dr. med. Otto Wolf, followed by extensive studies with José Martinez (Lanzarote) about etheric physiology. Dr. Karow has his own clinic since 1987. He teaches anthroposophical medicine and gives presentations and seminars throughout Germany.

Together with Prof. Edwin Hübner, he has published the book “Kunstlicht und Mobilfunk” (artificial lighting and mobile technologies), (Flensburger Hefte Verlag 2015).

 

 

Renzo Celani has been a leading natural energy healer and medical intuitive for many years, treating patients of all ages and from all walks of life around the world. He travels widely working closely with renowned physicists, researchers, natural healers, medical practitioners and alternative therapists.

At Dr. Fritz-Albert Popp’s International Institute of Biophysics in Neuss in Germany Renzo’s powerful ability to dramatically change the number of photons and also photon distribution patterns within his surrounding environment has been scientifically documented.

 

Raphael Kleimann (Oslo, Norway) is a healing practitioner, course holder and independent researcher – and  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 a number of 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 weeks Spiritual Ecology  www.summerweek.baldron.org. He gives lectures and courses throughout Europe, in English, German, French and Italian, besides Norwegian.

www.baldron.org

www.facebook.com/baldron.no

YouTube: Baldron TV  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uh3L7xHBDnA

UNESCO Day of Light at the House of Literature

 

Light Lab “Living Light?” – Pushing the Borders for the Understanding of Life

On this day – UNESCO Day of Light – we celebrate the light in a special way: with a “Light Lab” where you can see and sense cutting-edge research in the fields of health and ecology. Meet professionals in physics, ecology, medicine and holistic health for hands-on experience, reflection and dialogue!

After a seminar at 10:30 to 13:30 with the pioneer in energy medicine Dr. James Oschman, the afternoon begins at 14 :00 with short presentations, demos and exhibitions. We will round off with a panel discussion on Light and Health:
The morning seminar requires early registration (https://www.international-light-association.org/event/conf-2018/presenter/James-Oschman), the afternoon session is drop-in for 100 kr (> 10 Dollars / Euros).

Info and tickets:

https://www.facebook.com/events/403649830057398/

www.nordic-light-association.org (facebook: Nordic Light Association https://www.facebook.com/Nordic-Light-Association-792273174187985/?ref=br_rs)

www.international-light-association.org (facebook: International Light Association https://www.facebook.com/ilacolor/?ref=br_rs)

PS. See also the international conference “Life Light” in the days before. It is the annual conference of the International Light Association. 13.-15.5. in Oslo. facebook: International Light Conference 2018 https://www.facebook.com/LysFarger/

Overview:

Litteraturhuset (House of Literature) – Light Lab “Living Light?” (10:00 – 17:30)

10:00-13:30 Seminar with Dr. James Oschman: Detecting the Human Biophoton Field: Therory and Practice

14:00-17:30 Exhibitions, Demonstrations, Mini-Workshops, Panel Discussion: “Does Food Radiate Light?” – “Light in Healing?” – “Light Pollution – the new Environmental Challenge?” with Dr. J. Oschman, Dr. U. Geier, Dr. J.H. Karow a.o.

Seminar

10:00-13:30

Seminar with Dr. James Oschman: Detecting the Human Biophoton Field: Therory and Practice (more info: https://www.international-light-association.org/event/conf-2018/presenter/James-Oschman

Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/events/403649830057398/)

 

Detecting the Human Biophoton Field: Theory and Practice

Introduction:

The human body is surrounded by a variety of measurable energy fields: magnetic, electrical, thermal, acoustic, and photonic. Some of these fields are easier to measure than others. It has been stated that biophotons, also known as ultra-weak photon emissions (UPE), have a visibility 1,000 times lower than the sensitivity of the human eye. It is also stated that biophotons are therefore not visible to us, and are only detectable with sophisticated modern instrumentation. This presentation will challenge both of those assumptions on the basis of recent research and on the basis of a group processes. We will determine experientially if we are able to detect photonic information emitted by the human body and if we can discriminate between biomagnetic and biophotonic information.

Experiential part:

A fascinating question is whether humans are able to sense the biophotons emitted from people. Biophotons are often referred to as “ultra-weak photon emissions” but this term actually refers to the difficulty of detecting them with scientific instruments. To living cells, biophotons are not ultra-weak; they are better described as ultra-important, as they deliver vital regulatory messages that control cellular activities.

A number of studies have shown that the retina can respond to a single photon or to a small number of photons. For example, a recent study (Palczewska and others, 2014) has identified a non-linear mechanism that could explain vision in the infrared region that is a probable frequency for cell to cell communications. There is no amount of light that is weaker than a single photon. Hence there is at least a theoretical possibility that the human eye may detect biophoton emissions.

Theoretical part:

Physiological regulation is a vital but under-appreciated aspect of biomedicine for two reasons. Firstly, it is not generally realized that failures in communication underlie most diseases and disorders. Secondly, it has long been believed that regulatory communications are well understood. They obviously are not, as evidenced by the persistence of chronic and debilitating conditions that cause widespread suffering, financial stress and death world-wide.

In the 1980’s, Nobel Laureate Albert Szent-Györgyi, regarded by many as one of the most insightful scientists of the 20thCentury, stated that life is too rapid and subtle to be explained by slow moving nerve impulses and chemical reactions. This presentation summarizes reasons for believing that Szent-Györgyi’s insight was correct. We will review what is known about the speed of nerve impulses and chemical reactions and their inadequacy for explaining cellular and physiological integrations involved in restoring and sustaining systemic integrity, and for explaining peak athletic and artistic performances. While myelinated nerves can conduct nerve impulses at 120 meters per second, at least three factors prevent this neural velocity from achieving the rapid communications necessary for systemic cooperation and physiological integration. The three factors: the high metabolic cost of rapid nerve conduction, synaptic delays, and limitations on synaptic firing frequencies. Random diffusion of chemical messengers through body fluid compartments is too slow and too disorganized to exert the precise control needed for the body to function properly.

The question we ask is why nature would have selected, during millions of years of evolution, the slowest and least precise methods of communication while excluding much faster physical mechanisms that have always been available. Stated simply, if nature relied upon nerve impulses and random diffusion of signal molecules, our ancestors would probably have been eaten!

These considerations lead to the conclusion that biophotonic communication provides a far more logical framework for regulatory processes. Indeed, there is evidence that biophotons may be involved in neural communications. Biophotons and scalar fields permit communications at the speed of light or faster, and there are good reasons to believe that that such communications have served key survival purposes during the evolution of life.  We will discuss mechanisms by which rapid and subtle behaviors are achieved by biophotonic communications, with focus on the cell surface receptors. We will also discuss how light can be employed in diagnostic and treatment of disease.

———————

13:30

Registration

 

14:00

Introduction to the Exhibitions and Demos, by Raphael Kleimann

Exhibitions

Exhibition by  Dr. med Jens H. Karow: Observing Energy Fields and Light Phenomena in Food and Technology

Exhibition by Uwe Geier: Qalitative Research on Light with Deep Sensoric Methods.
Exhibition of Andre Bjerke`s Research on Color and Light?

 

14:30-16:00

 

Short presentations

Each presentation ca 15 minutes, followed by questions and discussion

 

Dr. Uwe Geier:

Sensing the Light – New frontiers in Research

  1. Empathic Food Testing: – Application in Seed Production, Lighting and Organic Agriculture
  2. When “Green” Light Becomes Dirty Light…. Psychological and Health Effects of LED in Schools: An Empirical Study

 

Dr. Jens Hagen Karow:

Observing the light – Sensitive Quality Assessment with Inner Imaging

 

Dr. James Oschman:

Structure and Properties of the Quantum Information Field

 

Raphael Kleimann:

Enlightening “the Field”: The Body of Light in Past and Future Healing Techniques

 

Renzo Celani:

Stimulating Self-Regulation with Biophoton Realignment Mirrors

 

14:00

Break, exhibition, demos

 

16:30

Panel Discussion:

Pushing the borders for the understanding of life
 “Does Food Radiate Light?” – “Light in Healing?” – “Light Pollution – the new Environmental Challenge?”

with Dr. J. Oschman, Dr. U. Geier, Dr. J.H. Karow, Raphael Kleimann, Renzo Celani  a.o.

 

17:30

closure

 

 

 

About the presenters:

Jim Oschman is an internationally recognized expert on the scientific basis for Energetic/Matrix Medicine. He has contributed scientific perspectives that clarify controversial issues such as the nature of biological energetics and energetic therapeutics. He has also written extensively on electromagnetic pollution, the mechanisms by which it can produce biological effects, and what can be done about it. Jim has written several popular books on the scientific basis of energy/matrix medicine. He has also written about 120 articles in some of the leading peer-reviewed scientific journals as well as in leading journals on alternative medicine. He has contributed chapters and forwards for many books. Jim provides diverse and multi-disciplinary perspectives based on a variety of types of scientific research and personal experiences. Jim has presented lectures and workshops in about 25 countries around the world.

 

 

Dr. Uwe Geier studied Agricultural Science at the University of Bonn, Germany, with a Ph.D. from the Department of Organic Agriculture. He has worked with food quality assessment in two laboratories in Switzerland, using biocrystallization as an imaging method. Since 2006 he is scientist at the Forschungsring e.V., a pioneering research institute in the field of organic agriculture in Germany. From 2008 to 2015 he was research coordinator of the German Demeter Association for biodynamic agriculture. He carried out several studies about food induced emotions. Since 2016, Dr. Uwe Geier is managing director of the WirkSensorik GmbH (www.empathic-food-test.de). 2016 he started first experiments about the effects of different lighting systems on food quality and on students` behavior.

 

 

Dr. med Jens Hagen Karow is a medical doctor, naturopath and independent researcher. He studied machine engineering before he became general physician and healing practitioner. He trained many years with the renowned anthroposophical researcher in biochemistriy, Dr. med. Otto Wolf, followed by extensive studies with José Martinez (Lanzarote) about etheric physiology. Dr. Karow has his own clinic since 1987. He teaches anthroposophical medicine and gives presentations and seminars throughout Germany.

Together with Prof. Edwin Hübner, he has published the book “Kunstlicht und Mobilfunk” (artificial lighting and mobile technologies), (Flensburger Hefte Verlag 2015).

 

 

Renzo Celani has been a leading natural energy healer and medical intuitive for many years, treating patients of all ages and from all walks of life around the world. He travels widely working closely with renowned physicists, researchers, natural healers, medical practitioners and alternative therapists.

At Dr. Fritz-Albert Popp’s International Institute of Biophysics in Neuss in Germany Renzo’s powerful ability to dramatically change the number of photons and also photon distribution patterns within his surrounding environment has been scientifically documented.

 

Raphael Kleimann (Oslo, Norway) is a healing practitioner, course holder and independent researcher – and  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 a number of 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 weeks Spiritual Ecology  www.summerweek.baldron.org. He gives lectures and courses throughout Europe, in English, German, French and Italian, besides Norwegian.

www.baldron.org

www.facebook.com/baldron.no

YouTube: Baldron TV  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uh3L7xHBDnA

UNESCO Day of Light at the House of Literature

 

Light Lab “Living Light?” – Pushing the Borders for the Understanding of Life

On this day – UNESCO Day of Light – we celebrate the light in a special way: with a “Light Lab” where you can see and sense cutting-edge research in the fields of health and ecology. Meet professionals in physics, ecology, medicine and holistic health for hands-on experience, reflection and dialogue!

After a seminar at 10:30 to 13:30 with the pioneer in energy medicine Dr. James Oschman, the afternoon begins at 14 :00 with short presentations, demos and exhibitions. We will round off with a panel discussion on Light and Health:
The morning seminar requires early registration (https://www.international-light-association.org/event/conf-2018/presenter/James-Oschman), the afternoon session is drop-in for 100 kr (> 10 Dollars / Euros).

Info and tickets:

https://www.facebook.com/events/403649830057398/

www.nordic-light-association.org (facebook: Nordic Light Association https://www.facebook.com/Nordic-Light-Association-792273174187985/?ref=br_rs)

www.international-light-association.org (facebook: International Light Association https://www.facebook.com/ilacolor/?ref=br_rs)

PS. See also the international conference “Life Light” in the days before. It is the annual conference of the International Light Association. 13.-15.5. in Oslo. facebook: International Light Conference 2018 https://www.facebook.com/LysFarger/

Overview:

Litteraturhuset (House of Literature) – Light Lab “Living Light?” (10:00 – 17:30)

10:00-13:30 Seminar with Dr. James Oschman: Detecting the Human Biophoton Field: Therory and Practice

14:00-17:30 Exhibitions, Demonstrations, Mini-Workshops, Panel Discussion: “Does Food Radiate Light?” – “Light in Healing?” – “Light Pollution – the new Environmental Challenge?” with Dr. J. Oschman, Dr. U. Geier, Dr. J.H. Karow a.o.

Seminar

10:00-13:30

Seminar with Dr. James Oschman: Detecting the Human Biophoton Field: Therory and Practice (more info: https://www.international-light-association.org/event/conf-2018/presenter/James-Oschman

Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/events/403649830057398/)

 

Detecting the Human Biophoton Field: Theory and Practice

Introduction:

The human body is surrounded by a variety of measurable energy fields: magnetic, electrical, thermal, acoustic, and photonic. Some of these fields are easier to measure than others. It has been stated that biophotons, also known as ultra-weak photon emissions (UPE), have a visibility 1,000 times lower than the sensitivity of the human eye. It is also stated that biophotons are therefore not visible to us, and are only detectable with sophisticated modern instrumentation. This presentation will challenge both of those assumptions on the basis of recent research and on the basis of a group processes. We will determine experientially if we are able to detect photonic information emitted by the human body and if we can discriminate between biomagnetic and biophotonic information.

Experiential part:

A fascinating question is whether humans are able to sense the biophotons emitted from people. Biophotons are often referred to as “ultra-weak photon emissions” but this term actually refers to the difficulty of detecting them with scientific instruments. To living cells, biophotons are not ultra-weak; they are better described as ultra-important, as they deliver vital regulatory messages that control cellular activities.

A number of studies have shown that the retina can respond to a single photon or to a small number of photons. For example, a recent study (Palczewska and others, 2014) has identified a non-linear mechanism that could explain vision in the infrared region that is a probable frequency for cell to cell communications. There is no amount of light that is weaker than a single photon. Hence there is at least a theoretical possibility that the human eye may detect biophoton emissions.

Theoretical part:

Physiological regulation is a vital but under-appreciated aspect of biomedicine for two reasons. Firstly, it is not generally realized that failures in communication underlie most diseases and disorders. Secondly, it has long been believed that regulatory communications are well understood. They obviously are not, as evidenced by the persistence of chronic and debilitating conditions that cause widespread suffering, financial stress and death world-wide.

In the 1980’s, Nobel Laureate Albert Szent-Györgyi, regarded by many as one of the most insightful scientists of the 20thCentury, stated that life is too rapid and subtle to be explained by slow moving nerve impulses and chemical reactions. This presentation summarizes reasons for believing that Szent-Györgyi’s insight was correct. We will review what is known about the speed of nerve impulses and chemical reactions and their inadequacy for explaining cellular and physiological integrations involved in restoring and sustaining systemic integrity, and for explaining peak athletic and artistic performances. While myelinated nerves can conduct nerve impulses at 120 meters per second, at least three factors prevent this neural velocity from achieving the rapid communications necessary for systemic cooperation and physiological integration. The three factors: the high metabolic cost of rapid nerve conduction, synaptic delays, and limitations on synaptic firing frequencies. Random diffusion of chemical messengers through body fluid compartments is too slow and too disorganized to exert the precise control needed for the body to function properly.

The question we ask is why nature would have selected, during millions of years of evolution, the slowest and least precise methods of communication while excluding much faster physical mechanisms that have always been available. Stated simply, if nature relied upon nerve impulses and random diffusion of signal molecules, our ancestors would probably have been eaten!

These considerations lead to the conclusion that biophotonic communication provides a far more logical framework for regulatory processes. Indeed, there is evidence that biophotons may be involved in neural communications. Biophotons and scalar fields permit communications at the speed of light or faster, and there are good reasons to believe that that such communications have served key survival purposes during the evolution of life.  We will discuss mechanisms by which rapid and subtle behaviors are achieved by biophotonic communications, with focus on the cell surface receptors. We will also discuss how light can be employed in diagnostic and treatment of disease.

———————

13:30

Registration

 

14:00

Introduction to the Exhibitions and Demos, by Raphael Kleimann

Exhibitions

Exhibition by  Dr. med Jens H. Karow: Observing Energy Fields and Light Phenomena in Food and Technology

Exhibition by Uwe Geier: Qalitative Research on Light with Deep Sensoric Methods.
Exhibition of Andre Bjerke`s Research on Color and Light?

 

14:30-16:00

 

Short presentations

Each presentation ca 15 minutes, followed by questions and discussion

 

Dr. Uwe Geier:

Sensing the Light – New frontiers in Research

  1. Empathic Food Testing: – Application in Seed Production, Lighting and Organic Agriculture
  2. When “Green” Light Becomes Dirty Light…. Psychological and Health Effects of LED in Schools: An Empirical Study

 

Dr. Jens Hagen Karow:

Observing the light – Sensitive Quality Assessment with Inner Imaging

 

Dr. James Oschman:

Structure and Properties of the Quantum Information Field

 

Raphael Kleimann:

Enlightening “the Field”: The Body of Light in Past and Future Healing Techniques

 

Renzo Celani:

Stimulating Self-Regulation with Biophoton Realignment Mirrors

 

14:00

Break, exhibition, demos

 

16:30

Panel Discussion:

Pushing the borders for the understanding of life
 “Does Food Radiate Light?” – “Light in Healing?” – “Light Pollution – the new Environmental Challenge?”

with Dr. J. Oschman, Dr. U. Geier, Dr. J.H. Karow, Raphael Kleimann, Renzo Celani  a.o.

 

17:30

closure

 

 

 

About the presenters:

Jim Oschman is an internationally recognized expert on the scientific basis for Energetic/Matrix Medicine. He has contributed scientific perspectives that clarify controversial issues such as the nature of biological energetics and energetic therapeutics. He has also written extensively on electromagnetic pollution, the mechanisms by which it can produce biological effects, and what can be done about it. Jim has written several popular books on the scientific basis of energy/matrix medicine. He has also written about 120 articles in some of the leading peer-reviewed scientific journals as well as in leading journals on alternative medicine. He has contributed chapters and forwards for many books. Jim provides diverse and multi-disciplinary perspectives based on a variety of types of scientific research and personal experiences. Jim has presented lectures and workshops in about 25 countries around the world.

 

 

Dr. Uwe Geier studied Agricultural Science at the University of Bonn, Germany, with a Ph.D. from the Department of Organic Agriculture. He has worked with food quality assessment in two laboratories in Switzerland, using biocrystallization as an imaging method. Since 2006 he is scientist at the Forschungsring e.V., a pioneering research institute in the field of organic agriculture in Germany. From 2008 to 2015 he was research coordinator of the German Demeter Association for biodynamic agriculture. He carried out several studies about food induced emotions. Since 2016, Dr. Uwe Geier is managing director of the WirkSensorik GmbH (www.empathic-food-test.de). 2016 he started first experiments about the effects of different lighting systems on food quality and on students` behavior.

 

 

Dr. med Jens Hagen Karow is a medical doctor, naturopath and independent researcher. He studied machine engineering before he became general physician and healing practitioner. He trained many years with the renowned anthroposophical researcher in biochemistriy, Dr. med. Otto Wolf, followed by extensive studies with José Martinez (Lanzarote) about etheric physiology. Dr. Karow has his own clinic since 1987. He teaches anthroposophical medicine and gives presentations and seminars throughout Germany.

Together with Prof. Edwin Hübner, he has published the book “Kunstlicht und Mobilfunk” (artificial lighting and mobile technologies), (Flensburger Hefte Verlag 2015).

 

 

Renzo Celani has been a leading natural energy healer and medical intuitive for many years, treating patients of all ages and from all walks of life around the world. He travels widely working closely with renowned physicists, researchers, natural healers, medical practitioners and alternative therapists.

At Dr. Fritz-Albert Popp’s International Institute of Biophysics in Neuss in Germany Renzo’s powerful ability to dramatically change the number of photons and also photon distribution patterns within his surrounding environment has been scientifically documented.

 

Raphael Kleimann (Oslo, Norway) is a healing practitioner, course holder and independent researcher – and  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 a number of 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 weeks Spiritual Ecology  www.summerweek.baldron.org. He gives lectures and courses throughout Europe, in English, German, French and Italian, besides Norwegian.

www.baldron.org

www.facebook.com/baldron.no

YouTube: Baldron TV  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uh3L7xHBDnA

UNESCO Day of Light at the House of Literature

 

Light Lab “Living Light?” – Pushing the Borders for the Understanding of Life

On this day – UNESCO Day of Light – we celebrate the light in a special way: with a “Light Lab” where you can see and sense cutting-edge research in the fields of health and ecology. Meet professionals in physics, ecology, medicine and holistic health for hands-on experience, reflection and dialogue!

After a seminar at 10:30 to 13:30 with the pioneer in energy medicine Dr. James Oschman, the afternoon begins at 14 :00 with short presentations, demos and exhibitions. We will round off with a panel discussion on Light and Health:
The morning seminar requires early registration (https://www.international-light-association.org/event/conf-2018/presenter/James-Oschman), the afternoon session is drop-in for 100 kr (> 10 Dollars / Euros).

Info and tickets:

https://www.facebook.com/events/403649830057398/

www.nordic-light-association.org (facebook: Nordic Light Association https://www.facebook.com/Nordic-Light-Association-792273174187985/?ref=br_rs)

www.international-light-association.org (facebook: International Light Association https://www.facebook.com/ilacolor/?ref=br_rs)

PS. See also the international conference “Life Light” in the days before. It is the annual conference of the International Light Association. 13.-15.5. in Oslo. facebook: International Light Conference 2018 https://www.facebook.com/LysFarger/

Overview:

Litteraturhuset (House of Literature) – Light Lab “Living Light?” (10:00 – 17:30)

10:00-13:30 Seminar with Dr. James Oschman: Detecting the Human Biophoton Field: Therory and Practice

14:00-17:30 Exhibitions, Demonstrations, Mini-Workshops, Panel Discussion: “Does Food Radiate Light?” – “Light in Healing?” – “Light Pollution – the new Environmental Challenge?” with Dr. J. Oschman, Dr. U. Geier, Dr. J.H. Karow a.o.

Seminar

10:00-13:30

Seminar with Dr. James Oschman: Detecting the Human Biophoton Field: Therory and Practice (more info: https://www.international-light-association.org/event/conf-2018/presenter/James-Oschman

Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/events/403649830057398/)

 

Detecting the Human Biophoton Field: Theory and Practice

Introduction:

The human body is surrounded by a variety of measurable energy fields: magnetic, electrical, thermal, acoustic, and photonic. Some of these fields are easier to measure than others. It has been stated that biophotons, also known as ultra-weak photon emissions (UPE), have a visibility 1,000 times lower than the sensitivity of the human eye. It is also stated that biophotons are therefore not visible to us, and are only detectable with sophisticated modern instrumentation. This presentation will challenge both of those assumptions on the basis of recent research and on the basis of a group processes. We will determine experientially if we are able to detect photonic information emitted by the human body and if we can discriminate between biomagnetic and biophotonic information.

Experiential part:

A fascinating question is whether humans are able to sense the biophotons emitted from people. Biophotons are often referred to as “ultra-weak photon emissions” but this term actually refers to the difficulty of detecting them with scientific instruments. To living cells, biophotons are not ultra-weak; they are better described as ultra-important, as they deliver vital regulatory messages that control cellular activities.

A number of studies have shown that the retina can respond to a single photon or to a small number of photons. For example, a recent study (Palczewska and others, 2014) has identified a non-linear mechanism that could explain vision in the infrared region that is a probable frequency for cell to cell communications. There is no amount of light that is weaker than a single photon. Hence there is at least a theoretical possibility that the human eye may detect biophoton emissions.

Theoretical part:

Physiological regulation is a vital but under-appreciated aspect of biomedicine for two reasons. Firstly, it is not generally realized that failures in communication underlie most diseases and disorders. Secondly, it has long been believed that regulatory communications are well understood. They obviously are not, as evidenced by the persistence of chronic and debilitating conditions that cause widespread suffering, financial stress and death world-wide.

In the 1980’s, Nobel Laureate Albert Szent-Györgyi, regarded by many as one of the most insightful scientists of the 20thCentury, stated that life is too rapid and subtle to be explained by slow moving nerve impulses and chemical reactions. This presentation summarizes reasons for believing that Szent-Györgyi’s insight was correct. We will review what is known about the speed of nerve impulses and chemical reactions and their inadequacy for explaining cellular and physiological integrations involved in restoring and sustaining systemic integrity, and for explaining peak athletic and artistic performances. While myelinated nerves can conduct nerve impulses at 120 meters per second, at least three factors prevent this neural velocity from achieving the rapid communications necessary for systemic cooperation and physiological integration. The three factors: the high metabolic cost of rapid nerve conduction, synaptic delays, and limitations on synaptic firing frequencies. Random diffusion of chemical messengers through body fluid compartments is too slow and too disorganized to exert the precise control needed for the body to function properly.

The question we ask is why nature would have selected, during millions of years of evolution, the slowest and least precise methods of communication while excluding much faster physical mechanisms that have always been available. Stated simply, if nature relied upon nerve impulses and random diffusion of signal molecules, our ancestors would probably have been eaten!

These considerations lead to the conclusion that biophotonic communication provides a far more logical framework for regulatory processes. Indeed, there is evidence that biophotons may be involved in neural communications. Biophotons and scalar fields permit communications at the speed of light or faster, and there are good reasons to believe that that such communications have served key survival purposes during the evolution of life.  We will discuss mechanisms by which rapid and subtle behaviors are achieved by biophotonic communications, with focus on the cell surface receptors. We will also discuss how light can be employed in diagnostic and treatment of disease.

———————

13:30

Registration

 

14:00

Introduction to the Exhibitions and Demos, by Raphael Kleimann

Exhibitions

Exhibition by  Dr. med Jens H. Karow: Observing Energy Fields and Light Phenomena in Food and Technology

Exhibition by Uwe Geier: Qalitative Research on Light with Deep Sensoric Methods.
Exhibition of Andre Bjerke`s Research on Color and Light?

 

14:30-16:00

 

Short presentations

Each presentation ca 15 minutes, followed by questions and discussion

 

Dr. Uwe Geier:

Sensing the Light – New frontiers in Research

  1. Empathic Food Testing: – Application in Seed Production, Lighting and Organic Agriculture
  2. When “Green” Light Becomes Dirty Light…. Psychological and Health Effects of LED in Schools: An Empirical Study

 

Dr. Jens Hagen Karow:

Observing the light – Sensitive Quality Assessment with Inner Imaging

 

Dr. James Oschman:

Structure and Properties of the Quantum Information Field

 

Raphael Kleimann:

Enlightening “the Field”: The Body of Light in Past and Future Healing Techniques

 

Renzo Celani:

Stimulating Self-Regulation with Biophoton Realignment Mirrors

 

14:00

Break, exhibition, demos

 

16:30

Panel Discussion:

Pushing the borders for the understanding of life
 “Does Food Radiate Light?” – “Light in Healing?” – “Light Pollution – the new Environmental Challenge?”

with Dr. J. Oschman, Dr. U. Geier, Dr. J.H. Karow, Raphael Kleimann, Renzo Celani  a.o.

 

17:30

closure

 

 

 

About the presenters:

Jim Oschman is an internationally recognized expert on the scientific basis for Energetic/Matrix Medicine. He has contributed scientific perspectives that clarify controversial issues such as the nature of biological energetics and energetic therapeutics. He has also written extensively on electromagnetic pollution, the mechanisms by which it can produce biological effects, and what can be done about it. Jim has written several popular books on the scientific basis of energy/matrix medicine. He has also written about 120 articles in some of the leading peer-reviewed scientific journals as well as in leading journals on alternative medicine. He has contributed chapters and forwards for many books. Jim provides diverse and multi-disciplinary perspectives based on a variety of types of scientific research and personal experiences. Jim has presented lectures and workshops in about 25 countries around the world.

 

 

Dr. Uwe Geier studied Agricultural Science at the University of Bonn, Germany, with a Ph.D. from the Department of Organic Agriculture. He has worked with food quality assessment in two laboratories in Switzerland, using biocrystallization as an imaging method. Since 2006 he is scientist at the Forschungsring e.V., a pioneering research institute in the field of organic agriculture in Germany. From 2008 to 2015 he was research coordinator of the German Demeter Association for biodynamic agriculture. He carried out several studies about food induced emotions. Since 2016, Dr. Uwe Geier is managing director of the WirkSensorik GmbH (www.empathic-food-test.de). 2016 he started first experiments about the effects of different lighting systems on food quality and on students` behavior.

 

 

Dr. med Jens Hagen Karow is a medical doctor, naturopath and independent researcher. He studied machine engineering before he became general physician and healing practitioner. He trained many years with the renowned anthroposophical researcher in biochemistriy, Dr. med. Otto Wolf, followed by extensive studies with José Martinez (Lanzarote) about etheric physiology. Dr. Karow has his own clinic since 1987. He teaches anthroposophical medicine and gives presentations and seminars throughout Germany.

Together with Prof. Edwin Hübner, he has published the book “Kunstlicht und Mobilfunk” (artificial lighting and mobile technologies), (Flensburger Hefte Verlag 2015).

 

 

Renzo Celani has been a leading natural energy healer and medical intuitive for many years, treating patients of all ages and from all walks of life around the world. He travels widely working closely with renowned physicists, researchers, natural healers, medical practitioners and alternative therapists.

At Dr. Fritz-Albert Popp’s International Institute of Biophysics in Neuss in Germany Renzo’s powerful ability to dramatically change the number of photons and also photon distribution patterns within his surrounding environment has been scientifically documented.

 

Raphael Kleimann (Oslo, Norway) is a healing practitioner, course holder and independent researcher – and  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 a number of 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 weeks Spiritual Ecology  www.summerweek.baldron.org. He gives lectures and courses throughout Europe, in English, German, French and Italian, besides Norwegian.

www.baldron.org

www.facebook.com/baldron.no

YouTube: Baldron TV  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uh3L7xHBDnA

UNESCO Day of Light at the House of Literature

 

Light Lab “Living Light?” – Pushing the Borders for the Understanding of Life

On this day – UNESCO Day of Light – we celebrate the light in a special way: with a “Light Lab” where you can see and sense cutting-edge research in the fields of health and ecology. Meet professionals in physics, ecology, medicine and holistic health for hands-on experience, reflection and dialogue!

After a seminar at 10:30 to 13:30 with the pioneer in energy medicine Dr. James Oschman, the afternoon begins at 14 :00 with short presentations, demos and exhibitions. We will round off with a panel discussion on Light and Health:
The morning seminar requires early registration (https://www.international-light-association.org/event/conf-2018/presenter/James-Oschman), the afternoon session is drop-in for 100 kr (> 10 Dollars / Euros).

Info and tickets:

https://www.facebook.com/events/403649830057398/

www.nordic-light-association.org (facebook: Nordic Light Association https://www.facebook.com/Nordic-Light-Association-792273174187985/?ref=br_rs)

www.international-light-association.org (facebook: International Light Association https://www.facebook.com/ilacolor/?ref=br_rs)

PS. See also the international conference “Life Light” in the days before. It is the annual conference of the International Light Association. 13.-15.5. in Oslo. facebook: International Light Conference 2018 https://www.facebook.com/LysFarger/

Overview:

Litteraturhuset (House of Literature) – Light Lab “Living Light?” (10:00 – 17:30)

10:00-13:30 Seminar with Dr. James Oschman: Detecting the Human Biophoton Field: Therory and Practice

14:00-17:30 Exhibitions, Demonstrations, Mini-Workshops, Panel Discussion: “Does Food Radiate Light?” – “Light in Healing?” – “Light Pollution – the new Environmental Challenge?” with Dr. J. Oschman, Dr. U. Geier, Dr. J.H. Karow a.o.

Seminar

10:00-13:30

Seminar with Dr. James Oschman: Detecting the Human Biophoton Field: Therory and Practice (more info: https://www.international-light-association.org/event/conf-2018/presenter/James-Oschman

Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/events/403649830057398/)

 

Detecting the Human Biophoton Field: Theory and Practice

Introduction:

The human body is surrounded by a variety of measurable energy fields: magnetic, electrical, thermal, acoustic, and photonic. Some of these fields are easier to measure than others. It has been stated that biophotons, also known as ultra-weak photon emissions (UPE), have a visibility 1,000 times lower than the sensitivity of the human eye. It is also stated that biophotons are therefore not visible to us, and are only detectable with sophisticated modern instrumentation. This presentation will challenge both of those assumptions on the basis of recent research and on the basis of a group processes. We will determine experientially if we are able to detect photonic information emitted by the human body and if we can discriminate between biomagnetic and biophotonic information.

Experiential part:

A fascinating question is whether humans are able to sense the biophotons emitted from people. Biophotons are often referred to as “ultra-weak photon emissions” but this term actually refers to the difficulty of detecting them with scientific instruments. To living cells, biophotons are not ultra-weak; they are better described as ultra-important, as they deliver vital regulatory messages that control cellular activities.

A number of studies have shown that the retina can respond to a single photon or to a small number of photons. For example, a recent study (Palczewska and others, 2014) has identified a non-linear mechanism that could explain vision in the infrared region that is a probable frequency for cell to cell communications. There is no amount of light that is weaker than a single photon. Hence there is at least a theoretical possibility that the human eye may detect biophoton emissions.

Theoretical part:

Physiological regulation is a vital but under-appreciated aspect of biomedicine for two reasons. Firstly, it is not generally realized that failures in communication underlie most diseases and disorders. Secondly, it has long been believed that regulatory communications are well understood. They obviously are not, as evidenced by the persistence of chronic and debilitating conditions that cause widespread suffering, financial stress and death world-wide.

In the 1980’s, Nobel Laureate Albert Szent-Györgyi, regarded by many as one of the most insightful scientists of the 20thCentury, stated that life is too rapid and subtle to be explained by slow moving nerve impulses and chemical reactions. This presentation summarizes reasons for believing that Szent-Györgyi’s insight was correct. We will review what is known about the speed of nerve impulses and chemical reactions and their inadequacy for explaining cellular and physiological integrations involved in restoring and sustaining systemic integrity, and for explaining peak athletic and artistic performances. While myelinated nerves can conduct nerve impulses at 120 meters per second, at least three factors prevent this neural velocity from achieving the rapid communications necessary for systemic cooperation and physiological integration. The three factors: the high metabolic cost of rapid nerve conduction, synaptic delays, and limitations on synaptic firing frequencies. Random diffusion of chemical messengers through body fluid compartments is too slow and too disorganized to exert the precise control needed for the body to function properly.

The question we ask is why nature would have selected, during millions of years of evolution, the slowest and least precise methods of communication while excluding much faster physical mechanisms that have always been available. Stated simply, if nature relied upon nerve impulses and random diffusion of signal molecules, our ancestors would probably have been eaten!

These considerations lead to the conclusion that biophotonic communication provides a far more logical framework for regulatory processes. Indeed, there is evidence that biophotons may be involved in neural communications. Biophotons and scalar fields permit communications at the speed of light or faster, and there are good reasons to believe that that such communications have served key survival purposes during the evolution of life.  We will discuss mechanisms by which rapid and subtle behaviors are achieved by biophotonic communications, with focus on the cell surface receptors. We will also discuss how light can be employed in diagnostic and treatment of disease.

———————

13:30

Registration

 

14:00

Introduction to the Exhibitions and Demos, by Raphael Kleimann

Exhibitions

Exhibition by  Dr. med Jens H. Karow: Observing Energy Fields and Light Phenomena in Food and Technology

Exhibition by Uwe Geier: Qalitative Research on Light with Deep Sensoric Methods.
Exhibition of Andre Bjerke`s Research on Color and Light?

 

14:30-16:00

 

Short presentations

Each presentation ca 15 minutes, followed by questions and discussion

 

Dr. Uwe Geier:

Sensing the Light – New frontiers in Research

  1. Empathic Food Testing: – Application in Seed Production, Lighting and Organic Agriculture
  2. When “Green” Light Becomes Dirty Light…. Psychological and Health Effects of LED in Schools: An Empirical Study

 

Dr. Jens Hagen Karow:

Observing the light – Sensitive Quality Assessment with Inner Imaging

 

Dr. James Oschman:

Structure and Properties of the Quantum Information Field

 

Raphael Kleimann:

Enlightening “the Field”: The Body of Light in Past and Future Healing Techniques

 

Renzo Celani:

Stimulating Self-Regulation with Biophoton Realignment Mirrors

 

14:00

Break, exhibition, demos

 

16:30

Panel Discussion:

Pushing the borders for the understanding of life
 “Does Food Radiate Light?” – “Light in Healing?” – “Light Pollution – the new Environmental Challenge?”

with Dr. J. Oschman, Dr. U. Geier, Dr. J.H. Karow, Raphael Kleimann, Renzo Celani  a.o.

 

17:30

closure

 

 

 

About the presenters:

Jim Oschman is an internationally recognized expert on the scientific basis for Energetic/Matrix Medicine. He has contributed scientific perspectives that clarify controversial issues such as the nature of biological energetics and energetic therapeutics. He has also written extensively on electromagnetic pollution, the mechanisms by which it can produce biological effects, and what can be done about it. Jim has written several popular books on the scientific basis of energy/matrix medicine. He has also written about 120 articles in some of the leading peer-reviewed scientific journals as well as in leading journals on alternative medicine. He has contributed chapters and forwards for many books. Jim provides diverse and multi-disciplinary perspectives based on a variety of types of scientific research and personal experiences. Jim has presented lectures and workshops in about 25 countries around the world.

 

 

Dr. Uwe Geier studied Agricultural Science at the University of Bonn, Germany, with a Ph.D. from the Department of Organic Agriculture. He has worked with food quality assessment in two laboratories in Switzerland, using biocrystallization as an imaging method. Since 2006 he is scientist at the Forschungsring e.V., a pioneering research institute in the field of organic agriculture in Germany. From 2008 to 2015 he was research coordinator of the German Demeter Association for biodynamic agriculture. He carried out several studies about food induced emotions. Since 2016, Dr. Uwe Geier is managing director of the WirkSensorik GmbH (www.empathic-food-test.de). 2016 he started first experiments about the effects of different lighting systems on food quality and on students` behavior.

 

 

Dr. med Jens Hagen Karow is a medical doctor, naturopath and independent researcher. He studied machine engineering before he became general physician and healing practitioner. He trained many years with the renowned anthroposophical researcher in biochemistriy, Dr. med. Otto Wolf, followed by extensive studies with José Martinez (Lanzarote) about etheric physiology. Dr. Karow has his own clinic since 1987. He teaches anthroposophical medicine and gives presentations and seminars throughout Germany.

Together with Prof. Edwin Hübner, he has published the book “Kunstlicht und Mobilfunk” (artificial lighting and mobile technologies), (Flensburger Hefte Verlag 2015).

 

 

Renzo Celani has been a leading natural energy healer and medical intuitive for many years, treating patients of all ages and from all walks of life around the world. He travels widely working closely with renowned physicists, researchers, natural healers, medical practitioners and alternative therapists.

At Dr. Fritz-Albert Popp’s International Institute of Biophysics in Neuss in Germany Renzo’s powerful ability to dramatically change the number of photons and also photon distribution patterns within his surrounding environment has been scientifically documented.

 

Raphael Kleimann (Oslo, Norway) is a healing practitioner, course holder and independent researcher – and  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 a number of 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 weeks Spiritual Ecology  www.summerweek.baldron.org. He gives lectures and courses throughout Europe, in English, German, French and Italian, besides Norwegian.

www.baldron.org

www.facebook.com/baldron.no

YouTube: Baldron TV  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uh3L7xHBDnA

UNESCO Day of Light at the House of Literature

 

Light Lab “Living Light?” – Pushing the Borders for the Understanding of Life

On this day – UNESCO Day of Light – we celebrate the light in a special way: with a “Light Lab” where you can see and sense cutting-edge research in the fields of health and ecology. Meet professionals in physics, ecology, medicine and holistic health for hands-on experience, reflection and dialogue!

After a seminar at 10:30 to 13:30 with the pioneer in energy medicine Dr. James Oschman, the afternoon begins at 14 :00 with short presentations, demos and exhibitions. We will round off with a panel discussion on Light and Health:
The morning seminar requires early registration (https://www.international-light-association.org/event/conf-2018/presenter/James-Oschman), the afternoon session is drop-in for 100 kr (> 10 Dollars / Euros).

Info and tickets:

https://www.facebook.com/events/403649830057398/

www.nordic-light-association.org (facebook: Nordic Light Association https://www.facebook.com/Nordic-Light-Association-792273174187985/?ref=br_rs)

www.international-light-association.org (facebook: International Light Association https://www.facebook.com/ilacolor/?ref=br_rs)

PS. See also the international conference “Life Light” in the days before. It is the annual conference of the International Light Association. 13.-15.5. in Oslo. facebook: International Light Conference 2018 https://www.facebook.com/LysFarger/

Overview:

Litteraturhuset (House of Literature) – Light Lab “Living Light?” (10:00 – 17:30)

10:00-13:30 Seminar with Dr. James Oschman: Detecting the Human Biophoton Field: Therory and Practice

14:00-17:30 Exhibitions, Demonstrations, Mini-Workshops, Panel Discussion: “Does Food Radiate Light?” – “Light in Healing?” – “Light Pollution – the new Environmental Challenge?” with Dr. J. Oschman, Dr. U. Geier, Dr. J.H. Karow a.o.

Seminar

10:00-13:30

Seminar with Dr. James Oschman: Detecting the Human Biophoton Field: Therory and Practice (more info: https://www.international-light-association.org/event/conf-2018/presenter/James-Oschman

Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/events/403649830057398/)

 

Detecting the Human Biophoton Field: Theory and Practice

Introduction:

The human body is surrounded by a variety of measurable energy fields: magnetic, electrical, thermal, acoustic, and photonic. Some of these fields are easier to measure than others. It has been stated that biophotons, also known as ultra-weak photon emissions (UPE), have a visibility 1,000 times lower than the sensitivity of the human eye. It is also stated that biophotons are therefore not visible to us, and are only detectable with sophisticated modern instrumentation. This presentation will challenge both of those assumptions on the basis of recent research and on the basis of a group processes. We will determine experientially if we are able to detect photonic information emitted by the human body and if we can discriminate between biomagnetic and biophotonic information.

Experiential part:

A fascinating question is whether humans are able to sense the biophotons emitted from people. Biophotons are often referred to as “ultra-weak photon emissions” but this term actually refers to the difficulty of detecting them with scientific instruments. To living cells, biophotons are not ultra-weak; they are better described as ultra-important, as they deliver vital regulatory messages that control cellular activities.

A number of studies have shown that the retina can respond to a single photon or to a small number of photons. For example, a recent study (Palczewska and others, 2014) has identified a non-linear mechanism that could explain vision in the infrared region that is a probable frequency for cell to cell communications. There is no amount of light that is weaker than a single photon. Hence there is at least a theoretical possibility that the human eye may detect biophoton emissions.

Theoretical part:

Physiological regulation is a vital but under-appreciated aspect of biomedicine for two reasons. Firstly, it is not generally realized that failures in communication underlie most diseases and disorders. Secondly, it has long been believed that regulatory communications are well understood. They obviously are not, as evidenced by the persistence of chronic and debilitating conditions that cause widespread suffering, financial stress and death world-wide.

In the 1980’s, Nobel Laureate Albert Szent-Györgyi, regarded by many as one of the most insightful scientists of the 20thCentury, stated that life is too rapid and subtle to be explained by slow moving nerve impulses and chemical reactions. This presentation summarizes reasons for believing that Szent-Györgyi’s insight was correct. We will review what is known about the speed of nerve impulses and chemical reactions and their inadequacy for explaining cellular and physiological integrations involved in restoring and sustaining systemic integrity, and for explaining peak athletic and artistic performances. While myelinated nerves can conduct nerve impulses at 120 meters per second, at least three factors prevent this neural velocity from achieving the rapid communications necessary for systemic cooperation and physiological integration. The three factors: the high metabolic cost of rapid nerve conduction, synaptic delays, and limitations on synaptic firing frequencies. Random diffusion of chemical messengers through body fluid compartments is too slow and too disorganized to exert the precise control needed for the body to function properly.

The question we ask is why nature would have selected, during millions of years of evolution, the slowest and least precise methods of communication while excluding much faster physical mechanisms that have always been available. Stated simply, if nature relied upon nerve impulses and random diffusion of signal molecules, our ancestors would probably have been eaten!

These considerations lead to the conclusion that biophotonic communication provides a far more logical framework for regulatory processes. Indeed, there is evidence that biophotons may be involved in neural communications. Biophotons and scalar fields permit communications at the speed of light or faster, and there are good reasons to believe that that such communications have served key survival purposes during the evolution of life.  We will discuss mechanisms by which rapid and subtle behaviors are achieved by biophotonic communications, with focus on the cell surface receptors. We will also discuss how light can be employed in diagnostic and treatment of disease.

———————

13:30

Registration

 

14:00

Introduction to the Exhibitions and Demos, by Raphael Kleimann

Exhibitions

Exhibition by  Dr. med Jens H. Karow: Observing Energy Fields and Light Phenomena in Food and Technology

Exhibition by Uwe Geier: Qalitative Research on Light with Deep Sensoric Methods.
Exhibition of Andre Bjerke`s Research on Color and Light?

 

14:30-16:00

 

Short presentations

Each presentation ca 15 minutes, followed by questions and discussion

 

Dr. Uwe Geier:

Sensing the Light – New frontiers in Research

  1. Empathic Food Testing: – Application in Seed Production, Lighting and Organic Agriculture
  2. When “Green” Light Becomes Dirty Light…. Psychological and Health Effects of LED in Schools: An Empirical Study

 

Dr. Jens Hagen Karow:

Observing the light – Sensitive Quality Assessment with Inner Imaging

 

Dr. James Oschman:

Structure and Properties of the Quantum Information Field

 

Raphael Kleimann:

Enlightening “the Field”: The Body of Light in Past and Future Healing Techniques

 

Renzo Celani:

Stimulating Self-Regulation with Biophoton Realignment Mirrors

 

14:00

Break, exhibition, demos

 

16:30

Panel Discussion:

Pushing the borders for the understanding of life
 “Does Food Radiate Light?” – “Light in Healing?” – “Light Pollution – the new Environmental Challenge?”

with Dr. J. Oschman, Dr. U. Geier, Dr. J.H. Karow, Raphael Kleimann, Renzo Celani  a.o.

 

17:30

closure

 

 

 

About the presenters:

Jim Oschman is an internationally recognized expert on the scientific basis for Energetic/Matrix Medicine. He has contributed scientific perspectives that clarify controversial issues such as the nature of biological energetics and energetic therapeutics. He has also written extensively on electromagnetic pollution, the mechanisms by which it can produce biological effects, and what can be done about it. Jim has written several popular books on the scientific basis of energy/matrix medicine. He has also written about 120 articles in some of the leading peer-reviewed scientific journals as well as in leading journals on alternative medicine. He has contributed chapters and forwards for many books. Jim provides diverse and multi-disciplinary perspectives based on a variety of types of scientific research and personal experiences. Jim has presented lectures and workshops in about 25 countries around the world.

 

 

Dr. Uwe Geier studied Agricultural Science at the University of Bonn, Germany, with a Ph.D. from the Department of Organic Agriculture. He has worked with food quality assessment in two laboratories in Switzerland, using biocrystallization as an imaging method. Since 2006 he is scientist at the Forschungsring e.V., a pioneering research institute in the field of organic agriculture in Germany. From 2008 to 2015 he was research coordinator of the German Demeter Association for biodynamic agriculture. He carried out several studies about food induced emotions. Since 2016, Dr. Uwe Geier is managing director of the WirkSensorik GmbH (www.empathic-food-test.de). 2016 he started first experiments about the effects of different lighting systems on food quality and on students` behavior.

 

 

Dr. med Jens Hagen Karow is a medical doctor, naturopath and independent researcher. He studied machine engineering before he became general physician and healing practitioner. He trained many years with the renowned anthroposophical researcher in biochemistriy, Dr. med. Otto Wolf, followed by extensive studies with José Martinez (Lanzarote) about etheric physiology. Dr. Karow has his own clinic since 1987. He teaches anthroposophical medicine and gives presentations and seminars throughout Germany.

Together with Prof. Edwin Hübner, he has published the book “Kunstlicht und Mobilfunk” (artificial lighting and mobile technologies), (Flensburger Hefte Verlag 2015).

 

 

Renzo Celani has been a leading natural energy healer and medical intuitive for many years, treating patients of all ages and from all walks of life around the world. He travels widely working closely with renowned physicists, researchers, natural healers, medical practitioners and alternative therapists.

At Dr. Fritz-Albert Popp’s International Institute of Biophysics in Neuss in Germany Renzo’s powerful ability to dramatically change the number of photons and also photon distribution patterns within his surrounding environment has been scientifically documented.

 

Raphael Kleimann (Oslo, Norway) is a healing practitioner, course holder and independent researcher – and  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 a number of 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 weeks Spiritual Ecology  www.summerweek.baldron.org. He gives lectures and courses throughout Europe, in English, German, French and Italian, besides Norwegian.

www.baldron.org

www.facebook.com/baldron.no

YouTube: Baldron TV  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uh3L7xHBDnA

UNESCO Day of Light at the House of Literature

 

Light Lab “Living Light?” – Pushing the Borders for the Understanding of Life

On this day – UNESCO Day of Light – we celebrate the light in a special way: with a “Light Lab” where you can see and sense cutting-edge research in the fields of health and ecology. Meet professionals in physics, ecology, medicine and holistic health for hands-on experience, reflection and dialogue!

After a seminar at 10:30 to 13:30 with the pioneer in energy medicine Dr. James Oschman, the afternoon begins at 14 :00 with short presentations, demos and exhibitions. We will round off with a panel discussion on Light and Health:
The morning seminar requires early registration (https://www.international-light-association.org/event/conf-2018/presenter/James-Oschman), the afternoon session is drop-in for 100 kr (> 10 Dollars / Euros).

Info and tickets:

https://www.facebook.com/events/403649830057398/

www.nordic-light-association.org (facebook: Nordic Light Association https://www.facebook.com/Nordic-Light-Association-792273174187985/?ref=br_rs)

www.international-light-association.org (facebook: International Light Association https://www.facebook.com/ilacolor/?ref=br_rs)

PS. See also the international conference “Life Light” in the days before. It is the annual conference of the International Light Association. 13.-15.5. in Oslo. facebook: International Light Conference 2018 https://www.facebook.com/LysFarger/

Overview:

Litteraturhuset (House of Literature) – Light Lab “Living Light?” (10:00 – 17:30)

10:00-13:30 Seminar with Dr. James Oschman: Detecting the Human Biophoton Field: Therory and Practice

14:00-17:30 Exhibitions, Demonstrations, Mini-Workshops, Panel Discussion: “Does Food Radiate Light?” – “Light in Healing?” – “Light Pollution – the new Environmental Challenge?” with Dr. J. Oschman, Dr. U. Geier, Dr. J.H. Karow a.o.

Seminar

10:00-13:30

Seminar with Dr. James Oschman: Detecting the Human Biophoton Field: Therory and Practice (more info: https://www.international-light-association.org/event/conf-2018/presenter/James-Oschman

Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/events/403649830057398/)

 

Detecting the Human Biophoton Field: Theory and Practice

Introduction:

The human body is surrounded by a variety of measurable energy fields: magnetic, electrical, thermal, acoustic, and photonic. Some of these fields are easier to measure than others. It has been stated that biophotons, also known as ultra-weak photon emissions (UPE), have a visibility 1,000 times lower than the sensitivity of the human eye. It is also stated that biophotons are therefore not visible to us, and are only detectable with sophisticated modern instrumentation. This presentation will challenge both of those assumptions on the basis of recent research and on the basis of a group processes. We will determine experientially if we are able to detect photonic information emitted by the human body and if we can discriminate between biomagnetic and biophotonic information.

Experiential part:

A fascinating question is whether humans are able to sense the biophotons emitted from people. Biophotons are often referred to as “ultra-weak photon emissions” but this term actually refers to the difficulty of detecting them with scientific instruments. To living cells, biophotons are not ultra-weak; they are better described as ultra-important, as they deliver vital regulatory messages that control cellular activities.

A number of studies have shown that the retina can respond to a single photon or to a small number of photons. For example, a recent study (Palczewska and others, 2014) has identified a non-linear mechanism that could explain vision in the infrared region that is a probable frequency for cell to cell communications. There is no amount of light that is weaker than a single photon. Hence there is at least a theoretical possibility that the human eye may detect biophoton emissions.

Theoretical part:

Physiological regulation is a vital but under-appreciated aspect of biomedicine for two reasons. Firstly, it is not generally realized that failures in communication underlie most diseases and disorders. Secondly, it has long been believed that regulatory communications are well understood. They obviously are not, as evidenced by the persistence of chronic and debilitating conditions that cause widespread suffering, financial stress and death world-wide.

In the 1980’s, Nobel Laureate Albert Szent-Györgyi, regarded by many as one of the most insightful scientists of the 20thCentury, stated that life is too rapid and subtle to be explained by slow moving nerve impulses and chemical reactions. This presentation summarizes reasons for believing that Szent-Györgyi’s insight was correct. We will review what is known about the speed of nerve impulses and chemical reactions and their inadequacy for explaining cellular and physiological integrations involved in restoring and sustaining systemic integrity, and for explaining peak athletic and artistic performances. While myelinated nerves can conduct nerve impulses at 120 meters per second, at least three factors prevent this neural velocity from achieving the rapid communications necessary for systemic cooperation and physiological integration. The three factors: the high metabolic cost of rapid nerve conduction, synaptic delays, and limitations on synaptic firing frequencies. Random diffusion of chemical messengers through body fluid compartments is too slow and too disorganized to exert the precise control needed for the body to function properly.

The question we ask is why nature would have selected, during millions of years of evolution, the slowest and least precise methods of communication while excluding much faster physical mechanisms that have always been available. Stated simply, if nature relied upon nerve impulses and random diffusion of signal molecules, our ancestors would probably have been eaten!

These considerations lead to the conclusion that biophotonic communication provides a far more logical framework for regulatory processes. Indeed, there is evidence that biophotons may be involved in neural communications. Biophotons and scalar fields permit communications at the speed of light or faster, and there are good reasons to believe that that such communications have served key survival purposes during the evolution of life.  We will discuss mechanisms by which rapid and subtle behaviors are achieved by biophotonic communications, with focus on the cell surface receptors. We will also discuss how light can be employed in diagnostic and treatment of disease.

———————

13:30

Registration

 

14:00

Introduction to the Exhibitions and Demos, by Raphael Kleimann

Exhibitions

Exhibition by  Dr. med Jens H. Karow: Observing Energy Fields and Light Phenomena in Food and Technology

Exhibition by Uwe Geier: Qalitative Research on Light with Deep Sensoric Methods.
Exhibition of Andre Bjerke`s Research on Color and Light?

 

14:30-16:00

 

Short presentations

Each presentation ca 15 minutes, followed by questions and discussion

 

Dr. Uwe Geier:

Sensing the Light – New frontiers in Research

  1. Empathic Food Testing: – Application in Seed Production, Lighting and Organic Agriculture
  2. When “Green” Light Becomes Dirty Light…. Psychological and Health Effects of LED in Schools: An Empirical Study

 

Dr. Jens Hagen Karow:

Observing the light – Sensitive Quality Assessment with Inner Imaging

 

Dr. James Oschman:

Structure and Properties of the Quantum Information Field

 

Raphael Kleimann:

Enlightening “the Field”: The Body of Light in Past and Future Healing Techniques

 

Renzo Celani:

Stimulating Self-Regulation with Biophoton Realignment Mirrors

 

14:00

Break, exhibition, demos

 

16:30

Panel Discussion:

Pushing the borders for the understanding of life
 “Does Food Radiate Light?” – “Light in Healing?” – “Light Pollution – the new Environmental Challenge?”

with Dr. J. Oschman, Dr. U. Geier, Dr. J.H. Karow, Raphael Kleimann, Renzo Celani  a.o.

 

17:30

closure

 

 

 

About the presenters:

Jim Oschman is an internationally recognized expert on the scientific basis for Energetic/Matrix Medicine. He has contributed scientific perspectives that clarify controversial issues such as the nature of biological energetics and energetic therapeutics. He has also written extensively on electromagnetic pollution, the mechanisms by which it can produce biological effects, and what can be done about it. Jim has written several popular books on the scientific basis of energy/matrix medicine. He has also written about 120 articles in some of the leading peer-reviewed scientific journals as well as in leading journals on alternative medicine. He has contributed chapters and forwards for many books. Jim provides diverse and multi-disciplinary perspectives based on a variety of types of scientific research and personal experiences. Jim has presented lectures and workshops in about 25 countries around the world.

 

 

Dr. Uwe Geier studied Agricultural Science at the University of Bonn, Germany, with a Ph.D. from the Department of Organic Agriculture. He has worked with food quality assessment in two laboratories in Switzerland, using biocrystallization as an imaging method. Since 2006 he is scientist at the Forschungsring e.V., a pioneering research institute in the field of organic agriculture in Germany. From 2008 to 2015 he was research coordinator of the German Demeter Association for biodynamic agriculture. He carried out several studies about food induced emotions. Since 2016, Dr. Uwe Geier is managing director of the WirkSensorik GmbH (www.empathic-food-test.de). 2016 he started first experiments about the effects of different lighting systems on food quality and on students` behavior.

 

 

Dr. med Jens Hagen Karow is a medical doctor, naturopath and independent researcher. He studied machine engineering before he became general physician and healing practitioner. He trained many years with the renowned anthroposophical researcher in biochemistriy, Dr. med. Otto Wolf, followed by extensive studies with José Martinez (Lanzarote) about etheric physiology. Dr. Karow has his own clinic since 1987. He teaches anthroposophical medicine and gives presentations and seminars throughout Germany.

Together with Prof. Edwin Hübner, he has published the book “Kunstlicht und Mobilfunk” (artificial lighting and mobile technologies), (Flensburger Hefte Verlag 2015).

 

 

Renzo Celani has been a leading natural energy healer and medical intuitive for many years, treating patients of all ages and from all walks of life around the world. He travels widely working closely with renowned physicists, researchers, natural healers, medical practitioners and alternative therapists.

At Dr. Fritz-Albert Popp’s International Institute of Biophysics in Neuss in Germany Renzo’s powerful ability to dramatically change the number of photons and also photon distribution patterns within his surrounding environment has been scientifically documented.

 

Raphael Kleimann (Oslo, Norway) is a healing practitioner, course holder and independent researcher – and  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 a number of 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 weeks Spiritual Ecology  www.summerweek.baldron.org. He gives lectures and courses throughout Europe, in English, German, French and Italian, besides Norwegian.

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YouTube: Baldron TV  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uh3L7xHBDnA