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apr
10
tir
2018
Lectures, courses and individual consultations in Moscow @ Moskva
apr 10-apr 19 heldags
Lectures, courses and individual consultations in Moscow @ Moskva | Moskva | Russland

Seminar i Moscow on Mistletree Essences with Raphael Kleimann

More info at https://www.facebook.com/groups/nesudobro/

 

mai
5
lør
2018
Grundkurs in spiritueller Ökologie und „Bildekräfteforschung“ @ Naturheilpraxis Nicole Rotzek
mai 5@17:00-mai 6@19:00

Grundkurs in spiritueller Ökologie und „Bildekräfteforschung“

Klimaänderungen, Gifte, Monokultur und rücksichtslose Bautätigkeit zeigen uns, wie sehr Naturzerstörung Ausdruck eines kranken, »autistischen« Bewusstseins ist. Hinzu kommen die Verschmutzung des Lichts und die allgegenwärtige elektromagnetische Strahlung; diese neue Dimension einer unsichtbaren Umweltverschmutzung weist uns unmissverständlich auf die feinstoffliche und geistige Dimension der Natur und auf die Verletzlichkeit unserer Lebenskräfte.

Sie wecken uns auf für das Erleben der feinstofflichen „Bildkräfte“. Diese stehen im unmittelbaren Zusammenhang mit dem neuen Erscheinen des Christus in der Sphäre des Lebendigen (bzw. „Ätherischen“), begleitet auch vom Auftauchen »neuer Elementarwesen« seit der Jahrtausendwende, wie Rudolf Steiner es schon vor 100 Jahren vorausgesagt hatte.

An konkreten Beispielen werden wir sehen, wie wir unsere  Wahrnehmungsfähigkeiten schulen und unsere Beziehung zur »Mutter Erde« heilen können:

  • Bildekräfteforschung nach Dorian Schmidt
  • Zusammenarbeit mit Naturgeistern
  • Die neuen Christus-Elementarwesen
  • »Moralischer Äther«
  • Biographisches Heilen und Erdheilung mit den Mistel-Blütenessenzen

Raphael Kleimann (Oslo, Norwegen) ist der Entwickler der Baldron MistleTree Essences. Er gibt Kurse und Vorträge in ganz Europa, unter anderem auch für im Zusammenhang mit dem Flowertherapy World Day. In seine therapeutische Praxis lässt er auch die vielfältigen Erfahrungen als Baubiologe, Umwelt- und Energiemediziner, Baumpfleger und Pädagoge einfließen.

www.baldron.org
www.facebook.com/baldron.no
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uh3L7xHBDnA

Ort: Naturheilpraxis Nicole Rotzek, Rathausstr. 25, 71543 Wüstenrot-Neuhütten
Datum und Uhrzeit: 05.05. und 06.05.2018, Sa. 17-20 Uhr, So 9:30-19 Uhr Uhr incl. Pausen
Unkostenbeitrag: 130 Euro, inklusive Getränke und Snacks

 

 

Info / sign up: https://www.naturheilpraxis-rotzek.de/seminare/grundkurs-in-spiritueller-oekologie.html

 

mai
13
søn
2018
LIFE LIGHT @ Oslo Scandic Fornebu
mai 13-mai 15 heldags

LIFE LIGHT er den ene sjansen du har til å få med deg den store internasjonale konferansen om lys og helse  her i Norge. Konferansen arrangeres årlig, men på ulike steder i verden. I år er den altså i Oslo, og med et spennende program fullspekket med flotte foredragsholdere fra hele verden. Ingen steder i verden er lys et så viktig tema som her i Norden!

Fra Norge skal lege Audun Myskja, doktor Bjørn Bjorvatn, prof. Moan og Raphael Kleimann bidra, sammen med en rekke internasjonale foredragsholdere. Gå inn på hjemmesiden til International Light Association og ta en titt!

Early Bird priser fram til 15.januar.

mai
14
man
2018
Wireless Humanity and the Body of Light @ Scandic Fornebu
mai 14@11:00-12:30

Workshop med Raphael Kleimann på LIFE LIGHT konferansen! Se programmet HER

Workshop with Raphael Kleimann at the 15th Annual ILA Conference “LIFE LIGHT” in Oslo! See program HERE

Presentations

Light-in-Action Session

Wireless Humanity and the Body of Light

Sensitivity as a Gift?

New findings in environmental medicine and light biology open a much deeper understanding of healing processes, with light-based self-regulation as the key to individual body-mind balancing. The vast practical implications can be understood and developed both in scientific/technical or intuitive terms: measurable increase of biophoton coherence and inner perception of light turn out to be two sides of the same reality. Building on practical experience in subtle energy work and the development of new healing modalities, Raphael Kleimann suggests methods which combine highly systematic testing with intuition and empathy – all carried by light as the agent for the therapeutic dialog. A special emphasis will be given to specific preparations of mistletoe – an extraordinary plant with numerous eccentricities in relation to light.

The session is open to everybody; health care practitioners and those who are especially interested in bridging science and inner experience (“esoterics”) may find it particularly interesting. Participants will leave with a deeper understanding of current findings in light biology, practical applications within experiential medicine using simple devices and preparations (not machines), understanding of mistletoe as an ‘anachronistic’ plant – turning common plant life upside down, especially with regards to light metabolism, and clarity between  ‘healing with light’” and ‘healing the light body’”. Additionally there will be reference to the  historic background to these found in Manichean and Cathar scriptures from 3rd to 13th century.

Raphael Kleimann (Oslo, Norway) is the developer of the Baldron MistleTree Essences. His daily practice integrates the transformational power of flower essence therapy and spiritual healing with science based counselling on detoxing, environmental medicine, healthy homes (“building biology”), light pollution and EMF shielding – besides keeping in touch with living nature thorough biodynamic gardening and treecare.
Raphael is a co-founder of the ILA-partner Nordic Light Association. His initiatives include several nonprofit associations within ecology, health and consciousness, first of which is  BALDRON – Dialogue and cooperation between humans and nature. He has organized countless international seminars and conferences – e.g. the international conference “Light & Health” and the summer week Spiritual Ecology  www.summerweek.baldron.org. He gives lectures and courses throughout Europe, in English, German, French and Italian, besides Norwegian.

 

 

Wireless Humanity and the Body of Light – Sensitivity as a Gift? @ Scandic Hotell Fornebu
mai 14@11:00-12:30
Wireless Humanity and the Body of Light - Sensitivity as a Gift? @ Scandic Hotell Fornebu | Fornebu | Akershus | Norge
Workshop with Raphael Kleimann at the 15th Annual ILA Conference “LIFE LIGHT” in Oslo https://www.international-light-association.org/
See program: https://www.international-light-association.org/event/conf-2018/schedule
 
Light-in-Action Session
Wireless Humanity and the Body of Light –
Sensitivity as a Gift?
 
New findings in environmental medicine and light biology open a much deeper understanding of healing processes, with light-based self-regulation as the key to individual body-mind balancing. The vast practical implications can be understood and developed both in scientific/technical or intuitive terms: measurable increase of biophoton coherence and inner perception of light turn out to be two sides of the same reality. Building on practical experience in subtle energy work and the development of new healing modalities, Raphael Kleimann suggests methods which combine highly systematic testing with intuition and empathy – all carried by light as the agent for the therapeutic dialog. A special emphasis will be given to specific preparations of mistletoe – an extraordinary plant with numerous eccentricities in relation to light.
 
The session is open to everybody; health care practitioners and those who are especially interested in bridging science and inner experience (“esoterics”) may find it particularly interesting. Participants will leave with a deeper understanding of current findings in light biology, practical applications within experiential medicine using simple devices and preparations (not machines), understanding of mistletoe as an ‘anachronistic’ plant – turning common plant life upside down, especially with regards to light metabolism, and clarity between ‘healing with light’” and ‘healing the light body’”. Additionally there will be reference to the historic background to these found in Manichean and Cathar scriptures from 3rd to 13th century.
Raphael Kleimann
 
Raphael Kleimann (Oslo, Norway) is the developer of the Baldron MistleTree Essences. His daily practice integrates the transformational power of flower essence therapy and spiritual healing with science based counselling on detoxing, environmental medicine, healthy homes (“building biology”), light pollution and EMF shielding – besides keeping in touch with living nature thorough biodynamic gardening and treecare.
Raphael is a co-founder of the ILA-partner Nordic Light Association. His initiatives include several nonprofit associations within ecology, health and consciousness, first of which is BALDRON – Dialogue and cooperation between humans and nature. He has organized countless international seminars and conferences – e.g. the international conference “Light & Health” and the summer week Spiritual Ecology www.summerweek.baldron.org. He gives lectures and courses throughout Europe, in English, German, French and Italian, besides Norwegian.
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.

www.baldron.org

www.facebook.com/baldron.no

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

 

International Day of Light @ DOGA Design og arkitektur senteret i oslo
mai 16@10:00-16:00
International Day of Light @ DOGA Design og arkitektur senteret i oslo | Oslo | Norge

UNESCOs International Day of Light

Designing Healthy Light?

Seminar on Light, Lighting design and Health

DogA Norwegian Design and Architecture Center in Oslo

May 16, 2018, 10:00 – 16:00

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

800 NOK / 80€

9:30: Registration

10:00 Opening words by Marianne Kleimann Sevåg                                                                                 

Part I

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

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

 

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

 

12:20 – 13:00 Dr. Uwe Geier is managing director of the WirkSensorik GmbH (www.empathic-food-test.com). In 2016 he started the first experiments on the effects of different lighting systems with regard to food quality and students` behavior.  https://www.lichtfragen.info/de/

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

 

Lunch Break 13:00– 14:00

Part II

14:00 Opening of Part II   Marianne Kleimann Sevåg

 

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

Topic: “Light and dark cycles”.

 

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

Topic: “The intersection of lighting, health, and wellness in the built environment”.

 

 

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

Topic: Light for architects and humans

 

15:35  Summary and questions – Marianne Kleimann Sevåg

 

16:00 CLOSURE

 

 

Practical information:

 

Costs: 800 NOK / 80€ (Ink. Lunch)

 

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

Contact : Randi Marie Eide eide40@gmail.com

 

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

Event Address: DogA, Hausmanns gate 16, 0182 OSLO

 

More information: https://international-light-association.org/event/conf-2018/special-events

 

Organized by: Nordic Light Association

in collaboration with International Light Association

Se hele programmet HER

jun
2
lør
2018
MistleTreeEssences day course/ Esencias floreales de muérdago @ Karuna – Centro de Salud Integral Calle La Mar
jun 2@16:19-jun 3@17:19
MistleTreeEssences day course/ Esencias floreales de muérdago @ Karuna – Centro de Salud Integral Calle La Mar  | Altea | Comunidad Valenciana | Spania
More info will come – also in spanish.
The sunday is an optional follow-up. You are welcome to sign up only for saturday to “get a taste”.
 
Here for your orentation the course description of a similar course in Wien.
 
Ein Erfahrungsweg zu den Quellen der intuitiven (Selbst-) Heilkunst
In Kurzform: Kulturgeschichte der Mistel und die Beziehung zu Mensch und Umwelt. Von den Kelten bis zur anthroposophischen Krebsmedizin. Therapie mit den Mistel-Essenzen. Intuitives Austesten und kinesiologisches Testverfahren. Die Rhythmen und Wegstationen der einzelnen Mistelpflanzen.
 
Info: http://www.metatron-apo.at/veranstaltungen/
Programm: http://www.metatron-apo.at/media/pdf/Programmheft-Mistelessenzen.pdf
 
Zum Thema:
Es tut sich was in der Medizin. Wie im Gegenbild zu den Übergriffen von Pharmaindustrie und »Evidence based medicine« haben sich Behandlungsmethoden entwickelt, die den Menschen ernst nehmen als »Erden-Lichtwesen«, das voll bewusst  vom Körperinneren bis zu den Sternen reicht und selbstverantwortlich Gesundheit schafft.
Auf jeder Ebene kann Heilung und Selbstheilung stattfinden. Wir werden systematisch von physischen Symptomen zum Erleben der feinstofflichen und geistigen Bereichen fortschreiten. Auf jeder dieser Stufen sind zu betrachten:
• unsere Potenziale
• Angriffe und Ungleichgewichte
• Naturkräfte und -wesen
• Techniken der Harmonisierung und Selbstheilung
 
Ein besonderer Helfer ist uns dabei die Mistel, ein Wesen »aus einer anderen Welt«. Besonders durch ihre Blüte vermittelt sie »Stärke in der Durchlässigkeit« und führt uns zurück nach vorn an den Punkt im Kosmos, von dem aus wir schöpferisch unsere eigene »Lebensmelodie« komponieren. Dort sind wir Autor unserer Biographie, von dort aus können wir auch unsere Beziehung zu Natur und Technik Ins Gleichgewicht bringen.
 
Bringen Sie gern Ihre gesundheitlichen und biographischen Fragen mit! Unsere Methode ist dialogisch.
Sind Sie selber Therapeut? Dann haben Sie an diesem Wochenende bereits den Grundstein für eine Zertifizierung als Mistel-Blütenessenztherapeut gelegt.
 
 
Das Gedächtnis des Wassers – Energiemedizin auf neuer Grundlage
https://www.facebook.com/events/2045299172374130/
feb
7
tor
2019
Das bedrohte, das heilende Licht – Donnerstag 14.02 um 19.30 Uhr – «Licht-Blicke» – 12-17 February, 2019
feb 7@18:49-19:49

«Licht-Blicke»

Dunkle Helligkeit in der Technologie …
Lichtmess in der Natur …
Wahrnehmungsschulung in heilender Absicht …

Vorträge*, Seminar und Behandlungen mit Raphael Kleimann
im Großraum Hohenloher Land

12-17 Februar 2019

* die Vorträge beleuchten jeweils verschiedene Aspekte des großen Themas „Licht“. Insbesondere ist es mir ein Anliegen, beweglich auf Fragen und Interessen der Teilnehmer einzugehen.

 

Donnerstag 14.2. um 19.30 Uhr

Christengemeinschaft Schwäbisch Hall  Egerländer Weg 3

 

Das bedrohte, das heilende Licht

Eine Lichtmeß-Betrachtung zur Wahrnehmungsschulung

 

Raphael Kleimann (Oslo, Norwegen) ist der Entwickler der Baldron MistleTree Essences. Er gibt regelmäßig Kurse – in Deutschland, Österreich und Rußland sowie Vorträge in ganz Europa, unter anderem auch bei den Jahreskongressen 2019 der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Energie- und Informationsmedizin (DGEIM)  und der Gesellschaft für Biologische Krebsabwehr (biokrebs.de) sowie zuvor beim World Flower Therapy Day. In seine therapeutische Praxis läßt er auch die vielfältigen Erfahrungen als Baubiologe, Umwelt- und Energiemediziner, Baumpfleger und Waldorfpädagoge einfließen.

Zusatzangebote:
Weitere Vorträge in der Region zu anderen Aspekten des Licht-Themas am 13, 14 und 15.2.
Ein Vertiefungsseminar findet statt in Wüstenrot vom 16.-17.2.
Info: Naturheilpraxis Rotzek 07945 / 9299887
https://www.naturheilpraxis-rotzek.de/seminare/lichtkoerper-und-lichtverschmutzung.html
Dort und auf www.baldron.org auch Info zu weiteren Vorträgen und Angeboten in der Region.
Persönliche Konsultationen (Biographisches Heilen mit Mistel-Blütenessenzen) nach Vereinbarung am 13.-15.2.
https://www.baldron.org
http://www.facebook.com/baldron.no
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uh3L7xHBDnA

feb
12
tir
2019
Lichtverschmutzung und Lichtheilung – Dienstag 12.02, 20:00 Uhr – «Licht-Blicke» – 12-17 February, 2019
feb 12@18:00-20:00

«Licht-Blicke»

Dunkle Helligkeit in der Technologie …
Lichtmess in der Natur …
Wahrnehmungsschulung in heilender Absicht …

Vorträge*, Seminar und Behandlungen mit Raphael Kleimann
im Großraum Hohenloher Land

12-17 Februar 2019

* die Vorträge beleuchten jeweils verschiedene Aspekte des großen Themas „Licht“. Insbesondere ist es mir ein Anliegen, beweglich auf Fragen und Interessen der Teilnehmer einzugehen.

 

Dienstag 12.02, 20:00 Uhr

Freie Waldorfschule Schwäbisch Hall, Teurerweg 2, Eurythmiesaal Oberstufe

Diavortrag                            

Lichtverschmutzung und Lichtheilung

Ein praktischer Ratgeber zum Umgang mit Leuchtmitteln, Bildschirmen und LED – in der Schule, im Alltag, in der Schule und ein Weg zu den Licht-Geheimnissen der Natur

Auch der EU ist ein Licht aufgegangen! Die Gesetze zur Zwangseinführung der LED-Beleuchtung werden nun teilweise zurückgenommen – aufgrund einer engagierten Bürgerpetition und neuer Forschung zu den gesundheitlichen Auswirkungen von elektronischer Flimmern-Beleuchtung. Was gutes Licht heilen, was schlechtes Licht zerstören kann, und wie wir sinnvoll mit Bildschirmen umgehen, das wollen wir im Vortrag besprechen – für die Anwendung zu Hause und im Klassenzimmer.

 

Raphael Kleimann (Oslo, Norwegen) ist quer durch Europa als Kursleiter zu Fragen von Gesundheit und Bewußtsein unterwegs. Er ist Mistel-Blütenessenztherapeut, Umwelt- und Energiemediziner, Baubiologe, Baumpfleger und ehemaliger Waldorflehrer. www.baldron.org

Zusatzangebote:
Weitere Vorträge in der Region zu anderen Aspekten des Licht-Themas am 13, 14 und 15.2.
Ein Vertiefungsseminar findet statt in Wüstenrot vom 16.-17.2.
Info: Naturheilpraxis Rotzek 07945 / 9299887
https://www.naturheilpraxis-rotzek.de/seminare/lichtkoerper-und-lichtverschmutzung.html
Dort und auf www.baldron.org auch Info zu weiteren Vorträgen und Angeboten in der Region.
Persönliche Konsultationen (Biographisches Heilen mit Mistel-Blütenessenzen) nach Vereinbarung am 13.-15.2.
https://www.baldron.org
http://www.facebook.com/baldron.no
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uh3L7xHBDnA

feb
13
ons
2019
Lichtkörper, Lichtverschmutzung und Heilung – Mittwoch 13.02, 19:00 h – «Licht-Blicke» – 12-17 February, 2019
feb 13@19:00-21:00

«Licht-Blicke»

Dunkle Helligkeit in der Technologie …
Lichtmess in der Natur …
Wahrnehmungsschulung in heilender Absicht …

Vorträge*, Seminar und Behandlungen mit Raphael Kleimann
im Großraum Hohenloher Land

12-17 Februar 2019

* die Vorträge beleuchten jeweils verschiedene Aspekte des großen Themas „Licht“. Insbesondere ist es mir ein Anliegen, beweglich auf Fragen und Interessen der Teilnehmer einzugehen.

 

 

Mittwoch 13.02, 19:00 h

QuantenHarmonie, Seeweg 1, 74336 Brackenheim – Ortsteil Hausen

Info: Tel 07135 9398684, info(at)quantenharmonie.de

Vortragsabend

 

Lichtkörper, Lichtverschmutzung und Heilung

Ein praktischer Ratgeber zum Umgang mit Leuchtmitteln, Bildschirmen und LED – und ein Weg zu den Licht-Geheimnissen der Natur

Das Licht ist zurück. Wenn die Tage länger werden und die Knospen schwellen, ist es Zeit, die Lebendigkeit des Lichtes zu würdigen. Lichtmess/ die Zeit der Brigid / Imbolc ist das jahrtausendealte »Fest der lichten Erde«.

Lernen wir die Vitalenergie im Licht wahrnehmen, tut sich eine neue Welt auf. Wir verstehen das Licht als Lebensträger, von den Sternen mit ihren Konstellationen bis zu den Biophotonen in unseren Zellen und den Verdauungsvorgängen im Körper. So bringen wir unseren Lichtkörper mehr in Einklang mit dem Leben. Das tut Not , denn eine Welle von Lichtverschmutzung attackiert unsere Lebenskräfte, bis in die Gesetzgebung hinein, die uns elektronische, kalte, flimmernde Beleuchtung aufzwingt. Hier braucht es Wahrnehmungs- und Urteilsfähigkeit. So können wir auch in der immer lebensfeindlicher werdenden Welt des Kunstlichts heil und ganz bleiben. Und noch mehr: Wir können aufwachen für die Realität des Lichtes, das wir selber sind.

Themen:

Lichtbiologie: Die neue Wissenschaft der Zellen
Wahrnehmungsübungen am Himmel und an Kunstlicht
Anatomie des Lichtkörpers
Rhythmen des Lichtes in der Natur
Stille Ressourcen im Sonnenlicht – und im eigenen Lichtleib
Der Lichtseelenprozess als Heilung für Mensch und Erde
Äther und Anti-Äther
Abschirmen und Verwandeln
Meditative und naturheilkundliche Licht-Medizin
Die Mistelblüte in den Brigid / Lichtmess-Wochen

 

 

Raphael Kleimann (Oslo, Norwegen) ist quer durch Europa als Kursleiter zu Fragen von Gesundheit und Bewußtsein unterwegs. Er ist Mistel-Blütenessenztherapeut, Umwelt- und Energiemediziner, Baubiologe, Baumpfleger und ehemaliger Waldorflehrer. www.baldron.org

Zusatzangebote:
Weitere Vorträge in der Region zu anderen Aspekten des Licht-Themas am 13, 14 und 15.2.
Ein Vertiefungsseminar findet statt in Wüstenrot vom 16.-17.2.
Info: Naturheilpraxis Rotzek 07945 / 9299887
https://www.naturheilpraxis-rotzek.de/seminare/lichtkoerper-und-lichtverschmutzung.html
Dort und auf www.baldron.org auch Info zu weiteren Vorträgen und Angeboten in der Region.
Persönliche Konsultationen (Biographisches Heilen mit Mistel-Blütenessenzen) nach Vereinbarung am 13.-15.2.
https://www.baldron.org
http://www.facebook.com/baldron.no
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uh3L7xHBDnA

feb
14
tor
2019
Das bedrohte, das heilende Licht – Donnerstag 14.02 um 19.30 Uhr – «Licht-Blicke» – 12-17 February, 2019
feb 14@19:30-21:30

«Licht-Blicke»

Dunkle Helligkeit in der Technologie …
Lichtmess in der Natur …
Wahrnehmungsschulung in heilender Absicht …

Vorträge*, Seminar und Behandlungen mit Raphael Kleimann
im Großraum Hohenloher Land

12-17 Februar 2019

* die Vorträge beleuchten jeweils verschiedene Aspekte des großen Themas „Licht“. Insbesondere ist es mir ein Anliegen, beweglich auf Fragen und Interessen der Teilnehmer einzugehen.

 

Donnerstag 14.02 um 19.30 Uhr

Christengemeinschaft Schwäbisch Hall  Egerländer Weg 3

 

Das bedrohte, das heilende Licht

Eine Lichtmeß-Betrachtung zur Wahrnehmungsschulung

 

Raphael Kleimann (Oslo, Norwegen) ist der Entwickler der Baldron MistleTree Essences. Er gibt regelmäßig Kurse – in Deutschland, Österreich und Rußland sowie Vorträge in ganz Europa, unter anderem auch bei den Jahreskongressen 2019 der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Energie- und Informationsmedizin (DGEIM)  und der Gesellschaft für Biologische Krebsabwehr (biokrebs.de) sowie zuvor beim World Flower Therapy Day. In seine therapeutische Praxis läßt er auch die vielfältigen Erfahrungen als Baubiologe, Umwelt- und Energiemediziner, Baumpfleger und Waldorfpädagoge einfließen.

Zusatzangebote:
Weitere Vorträge in der Region zu anderen Aspekten des Licht-Themas am 13, 14 und 15.2.
Ein Vertiefungsseminar findet statt in Wüstenrot vom 16.-17.2.
Info: Naturheilpraxis Rotzek 07945 / 9299887
https://www.naturheilpraxis-rotzek.de/seminare/lichtkoerper-und-lichtverschmutzung.html
Dort und auf www.baldron.org auch Info zu weiteren Vorträgen und Angeboten in der Region.
Persönliche Konsultationen (Biographisches Heilen mit Mistel-Blütenessenzen) nach Vereinbarung am 13.-15.2.
https://www.baldron.org
http://www.facebook.com/baldron.no
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uh3L7xHBDnA

feb
15
fre
2019
Lichtkörperpflege – Freitag 15.02 um 19:30 h – «Licht-Blicke» – 12-17 February, 2019
feb 15@19:30-21:00

«Licht-Blicke»

Dunkle Helligkeit in der Technologie …
Lichtmess in der Natur …
Wahrnehmungsschulung in heilender Absicht …

Vorträge*, Seminar und Behandlungen mit Raphael Kleimann
im Großraum Hohenloher Land

12-17 Februar 2019

* die Vorträge beleuchten jeweils verschiedene Aspekte des großen Themas „Licht“. Insbesondere ist es mir ein Anliegen, beweglich auf Fragen und Interessen der Teilnehmer einzugehen.

 

Freitag 15.2.  um 19:30 h

Auenwald
Vortrag mit Lichtbildern

Lichtkörperpflege

Von der Lichtverschmutzung zur Lichttherapie

Ein Erst-Hilfe-Paket im Zeitalter der Bildmedien – und was neueste Forschung über das leuchtende Leben in der Zellen weiß

Themen:
Lichtbiologie: Die neue Wissenschaft der Zellen
Wahrnehmungsübungen am Himmel und an Kunstlicht
Das Lebenslicht in der Nahrung
Anatomie des Lichtkörpers
Der Lichtseelenprozess als Heilung für Mensch und Erde
Meditative und naturheilkundliche Licht-Medizin
Die Mistelblüte in den Brigid / Lichtmess-Wochen

Das Licht ist zurück. Wenn die Tage länger werden und die Knospen schwellen, ist es Zeit, die Lebendigkeit des Lichtes zu würdigen. Lichtmess / die Zeit der Brigid / Imbolc ist das jahrtausendealte »Fest der lichten Erde«.

Lernen wir die Vitalenergie im Licht wahrnehmen, tut sich eine neue Welt auf. Wir verstehen das Licht als Lebensträger, von den Sternen mit ihren Konstellationen bis zu den Biophotonen in unseren Zellen und den Verdauungsvorgängen im Körper. So bringen wir unseren Lichtkörper mehr in Einklang mit dem Leben. Das tut Not , denn eine Welle von Lichtverschmutzung attackiert unsere Lebenskräfte, bis in die Gesetzgebung hinein, die uns elektronische, kalte, flimmernde Beleuchtung (seit neuestem vor allem LED) aufzwingt. Hier braucht es Wahrnehmungs- und Urteilsfähigkeit. So können wir auch in der immer lebensfeindlicher werdenden Welt des Kunstlichts heil und ganz bleiben. Und noch mehr: Wir können aufwachen für die Realität des Lichtes, welches wir selber sind.

 

Raphael Kleimann (Oslo, Norwegen) ist der Entwickler der Baldron MistleTree Essences. Er gibt regelmäßig Kurse in Deutschland, Österreich und Rußland sowie Vorträge in ganz Europa, unter anderem auch bei den Jahreskongressen 2019 der DGEIM  und der Gesellschaft für Biologische Krebsabwehr sowie zuvor beim World Flower Therapy Day. In seine therapeutische Praxis läßt er auch die vielfältigen Erfahrungen als Baubiologe, Umwelt- und Energiemediziner, Baumpfleger und Pädagoge einfließen.

Veranstalter:
Freier Stammtisch (ehemals: Tacheles – Der Stammtisch für Freigeister)
Ort: bei Ernesto Hiddeßen, Mörikestraße 9, 71549 Auenwald
Info: 07191-3667800, Ernst.Hiddessen@web.de
(frühere Stammtische: schwabensonne.com/index.php/tacheles)
Freiwilliger Unkostenbeitrag

Zusatzangebote:
Persönliche Konsultationen (Biographisches Heilen mit Mistel-Blütenessenzen) am 15..2. ab Vormittag und evt. am 18.2. in Wüstenrot
Weitere Vorträge in der Region zu anderen Aspekten des Licht-Themas am 12., 13. und 14.2. .(www.baldron.org, email: post@baldron.com)
Ein Vertiefungsseminar findet statt in Wüstenrot vom 16.-17.2.
Info: Naturheilpraxis Rotzek https://www.naturheilpraxis-rotzek.de/seminare/lichtkoerper-und-lichtverschmutzung.html

https://www.baldron.org
http://www.facebook.com/baldron.no
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uh3L7xHBDnA

feb
16
lør
2019
Unser Lichtkörper zwischen Lichtverschmutzung und Geistheilung – Samstag 16.02 und Sonntag 17.02 – «Licht-Blicke» – 12-17 February, 2019
feb 16@10:00-feb 17@17:00

«Licht-Blicke»

Dunkle Helligkeit in der Technologie …
Lichtmess in der Natur …
Wahrnehmungsschulung in heilender Absicht …

Vorträge*, Seminar und Behandlungen mit Raphael Kleimann
im Großraum Hohenloher Land

12-17 Februar 2019

* die Vorträge beleuchten jeweils verschiedene Aspekte des großen Themas „Licht“. Insbesondere ist es mir ein Anliegen, beweglich auf Fragen und Interessen der Teilnehmer einzugehen.

 

Samstag 16. und Sonntag 17.2.

Wüstenrot

Praxisseminar zur Wahrnehmungsschulung und Urteilsbildung:

 

Unser Lichtkörper zwischen Lichtverschmutzung und Geistheilung

Ein praktischer Ratgeber zum Umgang mit Leuchtmitteln, Bildschirmen und LED – und ein Weg zu den Licht-Geheimnissen der Natur

Das Licht ist zurück. Wenn die Tage länger werden und die Knospen schwellen, ist es Zeit, die Lebendigkeit des Lichtes zu würdigen. Lichtmess / die Zeit der Brigid / Imbolc ist das jahrtausendealte »Fest der lichten Erde«.

Lernen wir die Vitalenergie im Licht wahrnehmen, tut sich eine neue Welt auf. Wir verstehen das Licht als Lebensträger, von den Sternen mit ihren Konstellationen bis zu den Biophotonen in unseren Zellen und den Verdauungsvorgängen im Körper. So bringen wir unseren Lichtkörper mehr in Einklang mit dem Leben. Das tut Not , denn eine Welle von Lichtverschmutzung attackiert unsere Lebenskräfte, bis in die Gesetzgebung hinein, die uns elektronische, kalte, flimmernde Beleuchtung (LED) aufzwingt. Hier braucht es Wahrnehmungs- und Urteilsfähigkeit. So können wir auch in der immer lebensfeindlicher werdenden Welt des Kunstlichts heil und ganz bleiben. Und noch mehr: Wir können aufwachen für die Realität des Lichtes, das wir selber sind.

Themen:

• Lichtbiologie: Die neue Wissenschaft der Zellen
• Wahrnehmungsübungen am Himmel und an Kunstlicht
• Anatomie des Lichtkörpers
• Rhythmen des Lichtes in der Natur
• Stille Ressourcen im Sonnenlicht – und im eigenen Lichtleib
• Der Lichtseelenprozess als Heilung für Mensch und Erde
• Äther und Anti-Äther
• Abschirmen und Verwandeln
• Meditative und naturheilkundliche Licht-Medizin
• Die Mistelblüte in den Brigid / Lichtmess-Wochen

 

Raphael Kleimann (Oslo, Norwegen) ist der Entwickler der Baldron MistleTree Essences. Er gibt regelmäßig Kurse – in Deutschland, Österreich und Rußland sowie Vorträge in ganz Europa, unter anderem auch bei den Jahreskongressen 2019 der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Energie- und Informationsmedizin (DGEIM)  und der Gesellschaft für Biologische Krebsabwehr (biokrebs.de) sowie zuvor beim World Flower Therapy Day. In seine therapeutische Praxis läßt er auch die vielfältigen Erfahrungen als Baubiologe, Umwelt- und Energiemediziner, Baumpfleger und Waldorfpädagoge einfließen.

https://www.baldron.org
http://www.facebook.com/baldron.no
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uh3L7xHBDnA

Zusatzangebote:
Einführende Vorträge in der Region zu verschiedenen Aspekten des Licht-Themas am 12.,13, 14 und 15.2.  (Info: www.baldron.org und www.facebook.com/baldron.no)
Persönliche Konsultationen (Biographisches Heilen mit Mistel-Blütenessenzen) nach Vereinbarung am 13.-15.2. sowie 18.2.
Ort: Naturheilpraxis Nicole Rotzek, Rathausstr. 25, 71543 Wüstenrot-Neuhütten
Zeit: Samstag 16.02.19, 10:00 – 17:00 Uhr und Sonntag 17.02.19, 10:00 – 16:00 Uhr
Unkostenbeitrag: € 180,00 inklusive Getränke und Snacks

feb
23
lør
2019
Dornach 23.-24.2.2019 – Mistel-Blütenessenzen: Praxis-Seminar am “Geburtsort” Goetheanum und Ermitage
feb 23@09:00-feb 24@13:00

Praxis-Seminar in Dornach
23.-24.2.2019

(Lichtbilder-Vortrag am Vortag)

Mistel-Blütenessenzen:
Stärke durch Sensibilität

Die „Mondenpflanze“ Mistel zeigt ihre Sonnenseite, wenn sie im Winter goldgelb und duftend blüht. Ein Forschungskreis um Raphael Kleimann (Norwegen/Deutschland) hat aus den Blütenessenzen ein System für das individuelle »Biographische Heilen« entwickelt, fein abgestimmt aus Tierkreis- und Planetenkräften. Vom 23. bis 24. Februar findet nun erstmals am ‹Geburtsort› der Essenzen ein Praxis-Seminar (mit Einführungsvortrag am Freitag 22.) statt.

Vor 19 Jahren entstanden in Dornach und Arlesheim die ersten Mistel-Blütenessenzen im Rahmen eines gemeinschaftlichen Forschungsprojekts. Heute entwickelt sich die Therapie mit den BALDRON MistleTree Essences in vielen Ländern Europas. Erstmals bietet der Initiator des Projektes, im Dialog mit alten und neuen Forschungsfreunden, einen Wochenendkurs an den «Originalschauplätzen» dieses neuen Heilimpulses an.

An ausgewählten Kraftorten rund um das Goetheanum und in der Ermitage werden wir zum Erleben bringen, wie die Mistel in unserer Zeit heilen und inspirieren kann. Das hat zunächst einmal nichts mit Krebstherapie zu tun – wohl aber mit innerer Entwicklung, Wachstum und »Biographischem Heilen«. Auch geht es, tiefer gesehen, um eine neue Beziehung zu den Naturgeistern, wie Rudolf Steiner sie bereits vor über 100 Jahren für unsere Zeit vorausgesagt hatte. –  Willkommen zu einem Wochenende für Wachstum und Wahrnehmung!

 

Praktisches:

Ort: Akademie für anthroposophische Pädagogik, Ruchti-Weg 5,  CH-4143 Dornach – und: Ermitage
Zeit: Freitag 22.Februar, 18-21 h (Lichtbilder-Vortrag)
Samstag 23. 2019: 9-17h (mit Mittagspause), Sonntag 24. Februar: 9-13 h
Persönlche Konsultationen: Raphael Kleimann steht nach dem Kurs und am 25.2. für Beratungen und Behandlungen zur Verfügung. Wenn möglich, bitte im Voraus absprechen.
Kursgebühr: 220 Euro
Information und Anmeldung: Raphael Kleimann – (BALDRON Ideelle Vereinigung)
website: baldron.org; email: post@baldron.com

 

Genaueres:

 Themen:

  • Das Wesen der Mistel
  • Warum gerade die Blüte?
  • Die besonderen Orte der Eremitage
  • Dynamisierung mit den Qualitäten der Zeit: Planeten-Essenzen und Ostergeschehen
  • Neue Partnerschaften: Baum und Mistel, Blüte und Bewusstsein
  • Die «Lebensmelodie»: Vorgeburtliche Intentionen neu ergreifen

Anwendung:

  • Wie stellt man Blütenessenzen her? – Meine persönliche Mistelessenz
  • Anwendung in Selbstentwicklung und Heilberufen, Garten und Landwirtschaft
  • Wahrnehmungsübungen in der Landschaft und in der Aura

 

Raphael Kleimann (Oslo, Norwegen) ist der Entwickler der Baldron MistleTree Essences. Er gibt er Kurse und Vorträge in ganz Europa, immer aus dem Herzen der Anthroposophie. In seine therapeutische Praxis lässt er auch die vielfältigen Erfahrungen als Umwelt- und Energiemediziner, Sprachtherapeut, Baumpfleger und Waldorfpädagoge einfließen. Seine Arbeit wendet sich an Therapeuten, Ärzte und Pädagogen – vor allem aber an alle wachen Zeitgenossen, die „ihre eigene Lebensmelodie spielen“ und »Stärke in der Durchlässigkeit« suchen.

www.baldron.org;    Facebook: baldron.no;    YouTube: BaldronTV

 

Alfredo Agostini (Ottersberg, Deutschland) ist Waldorf-Turnlehrer, Bothmer-Gymnast und Geistesforscher. Er hält Vorträge und Seminare zu geisteswissenschaftlichen Themen. Schwerpunkte seiner geistigen Forschungen sind: Wesensglieder-Konstitution und Diagnostik des Menschen im Sinne einer Okkulten Anatomie, Physiologie und Psychologie, auch im Hinblick auf die gesunde Entwicklung der Wesensglieder von der Konzeption bis in den nachtodlichen Bereich bzw. Störungen dieser Entwicklung, sowie die Mitwirkung geistiger Wesenheiten (u.a. Körperelementarwesen, Schutzengel).

 

 

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Viscum albumMisteltein er en plante fra en annen tid, for seg selv helt hjelpeløs i vår tid,  med en nærmest utenomjordisk framtoning. Den  vokser på treet som et embryo i livmoren – den tar krefter fra “mamma” (noen velger å kalle det snylting…), men den gir også så mye tilbake! Det er et finstemt samspill mellom vertstreet og mistelteinen,  der treet bidrar med næring og kunnskap fra jordens dyp – mens  “stjernebarnet” misteltein bringer bud fra kosmos. Denne dialogen er unik for hver tresort, ja for hvert sted der et tre fokuserer landskapsenergiene.

Misteltein er helbrederen for det moderne mennesket. Den lever med sin avhengighet og sin frihet, i spennet mellom himmel og jord. Den går gjennom årstidene ulikt alle andre planter, med helt særegne rytmer. Når blomstene åpner seg millimeter for millimeter i de siste vinterukene, da har mistelteinen sitt mest “personlige” – og duftende – uttrykk; da er den bienes beste venn.

Den velkjente antroposofiske kreftmedisinen fremstilles av saften av bærene, i en høyteknologisk prosess. Blomsteressensen er derimot blomstenes essens som preges inn i vannet gjennom en meditativ og meget personlig samhandling, i fotsporene til alkymistene og Dr. Bachs metode.

Raphael Kleimann forteller fra sin 15 års reise med BALDRON MistleTree Essences i Norge, Sveits, Italia, Frankrike, Romania, Russland og Tyskland. Han legger fram forskningen om mistelessensenes kvaliteter, indre struktur og terapeutiske bruk. Den spirituelle bakgrunnen vies spesiell oppmerksomhet.

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jun
24
man
2019
Summer Weeks Spiritual Ecology / Sommerwochen / Sommeruker @ Solovietsky
jun 24-jul 4 heldags
Summer Weeks Spiritual Ecology / Sommerwochen / Sommeruker @ Solovietsky  | Meløy | Nordland | Norge

info, påmelding: www.summerweek.baldron.org

Sommeruker i spirituell økologi 2019

Et øyrike i Europas  ytterste nordøstre hjørne er stedet for sommerukene i spirituell økologi 2019: Her, mellom Kalevala-landet Karelien i vest og den russiske regionen Archangelsk (erkeengelbyen) i øst, mellom midnattssol og Taiga, ligger Solovietskij-øyene, Hvitehavets perler. Et høyt mysteriensted, skjult i det åpne landskapet, vevet av de sterkeste lyskrefter med saltvann og urstein.

Grekerne har fortalt om det: Herfra drog han om  våren hvert år til Delphi, solguden fra Hyperborea. Menneskene ledsaget reisen med offergaver, i skip over østersjøen, Dnjepr og Svertehavet. Druidene voktet her Drotne-mysteriene.

Archipelet med steinlabyrinten er helt siden denne tiden forbundet med den høye innviede Skythianos, i følge Rudolf Steiner en mester og menneskehetslærer fra kretsen av de tolv  Boddhisatvaer. På dette stedet hvor de reneste solkreftene virket, gjaldt det å bevare og beskytte den reneste formen for klarsynt naturiakttakelse fra formørkningen fra Atlantis, Kali  Yuga og de intellektielle kreftenes tidsalder inn i en fremtidig kulturutfoldelse mellom Europa og Sibir.

Eneboere og klosterbrødre bevarte denne skatten i en forvandlet inderlighet. I det 20. århundre kom så motslaget. Stalin installerte nettopp her, målrettet og med full beregning, sitt menneskeforaktende GULAG. Det paradisiske øyriket skulle styrtes ned i underverdenen, i „ ni kretser av helvete“, som den innsatte Alexander Solschenizyn beskrev det.

Skyggene over det eteriske soltempelet er samtidig et nav for tidens strøm, som over Norden skulle inspirere den slaviske kultur. Å løsne dette grepet og forsøke å løse den helbredende strømmen fra Skythianos sine Barder med tidens sfæreklang:Regel ansatzweise zu lockern aus dem Heilstrom des Barder Skythianos, mit dem Sphärenklang der Zeit: det skal være vår første oppgave, i konsentrert gruppearbeid fram mot Johanni-festen.

Samtidig er dette forberedelsen til hoveduka som langsomt har funnet sin form for og metode for vesensfornemmelse av naturen: sanseglad, meditativ og dialogisk mellom mennesker og naturvesener.

Del 1

  1. til 22. Juni

Lys og skygge over det hvite hav

Geomantisk forvandlingsarbeid i liten gruppe (maxi 20 deltakere)

med

  • Wolfgang Schneider (Geomanti)
  • Gunhild von Kries (musikalsk omkretsåpning)
  • Christine Morff (Eurytmi)
  • Raphael Kleimann (Impulser til historie og mysterier)

 

  1. til 24. Juni

Klangrom og tidsstrøm

Forberedelse til en Johannifeiring ut fra en sfærisk naturfornemmelse

med

  • Gunhild von Kries (nye musikkinstrumenter, sanseøvelser)
  • Christine Morf (eurytmi)
  • Raphael Kleimann (Impulser til historie og mysterier)

 

  1. Juni til 4. Juli

De nordiske mysterier i øst og vest

Skythianos; Å lære å lese fremtidsimpulser i landskapet

med

  • Dirk Kruse (sanseøvelser til Imaginasjon Inspirasjon Intuisjon)
  • Wolfgang Körner (geomantisk sanseøvelser med elementarvesener)
  • Gunhild von Kries (Fornemmelsesøvelser til klang av landskap og tid)
  • Raphael Kleimann (Impulser til historie og mysterier)

 

Motiver, Aphorismer:

Metamorfoser av Bardenes virke

Skythianos nye lyre


TYSK/DEUTSCH

Sommerwochen Spirituelle Ökologie 2019

Ein Inselreich im äußersten Nordosten Europas ist der Ort der Sommerwochen spirituelle Ökologie 2019: Hier, zwischen dem Kalevala-Land Karelien im Westen und der russischen Region Archangelsk (Erzengel-Stadt) im Osten, zwischen Mitternachtssonne und Taiga, liegen die Solovietskij-Inseln als Perle des weißen Meeres. Eine hohe Mysterienstätte, verborgen in offener Landschaft, gewoben aus stärksten Lichtkräften mit Salzwasser und ältestem Urgestein.

Die Griechen haben davon erzählt: Von hierher zog er jedes Jahr im Frühjahr in Delphi ein, der Sonnengott aus Hyperborea. Menschen begleiteten den Zug mit Opfergaben, auf Schiffen über Ostsee, Dnjepr und schwarzes Meer. Druiden hüteten hier die Drotten-Mysterien.

Das Archipel mit den Stein-Labyrinthen ist seit jeher verbunden mit dem hohen Eingeweihten Skythianos, laut Rudolf Steiner ein Meister aus dem Kollegium der Zwölf Boddhisatvas und Menschheitslehrer. An diesem Ort der reinsten Sonnenkräfte galt es, das Hellsehen der Natur in reinster Form aufzubewahren, durch die Verfinsterungen von Atlantis, Kali  Yuga und intellektuellem Zeitalter hindurch bis in eine zukünftige Kulturentfaltung zwischen Europa und Sibirien.

Einsiedler und Klosterbrüder bewahrten diesen Schatz in verwandelter, verinnerlichte. Im 20. Jahrhundert kommt der Gegenschlag. Stalin installiert ausgerechnet hier sein menschenverachtendes GULAG. Das paradiesische Inselreich sollte in die Unterwelt gestoßen werden, in »neun Kreisen der Hölle«, wie der Insasse Alexander Solschenizyn beschrieb.

Der Schatten über dem ätherischen Sonnentempel ist zugleich wie ein Riegel für den Strom der Zeit, die über den Norden die Zukunft der slawischen Kultur inspirieren möchte. Diesen Regel ansatzweise zu lockern aus dem Heilstrom des Barder Skythianos, mit dem Sphärenklang der Zeit: das soll unsere erste Aufgabe sein, in konzentrierter Gruppenarbeit auf das Johannifest zu.

Es ist zugleich die Vorbereitung der Hauptwoche, die in nunmehr bewährter Weise die Wesenswahrnehmung der Natur zum Gegenstand hat: sinnenfroh, meditativ, und dialogisch zwischen Menschen und Naturgeistern.

 

Teil 1

  1. bis 22. Juni

Licht und Schatten über dem weißen Meer

Geomantischer Verwandlungsarbeit in Kleingruppe (maximal 20 Teilnehmer)

mit

  • Wolfgang Schneider (Geomantie)
  • Gunhild von Kries (musikalische Umkreisöffnungen)
  • Christine Morff (Eurythmie)
  • Raphael Kleimann (Impulse zur Geschichte und Mysterien)

 

  1. bis 24. Juni

Klangraum und Zeitenstrom

Vorbereitung eines Johannisfestes aus der sphärischen Naturwahrnehmung

mit

  • Gunhild von Kries (neue Musikinstrumente, Wahrnehmungsübungen)
  • Christine Morf (Eurythmie)
  • Raphael Kleimann (Impulse zur Geschichte und Mysterien)

 

  1. Juni bis 4. Juli

Die nordischen Mysterien in Ost und West

Skythianos; Zukunftsimpulse in der Landschaft lesen lernen

mit

  • Dirk Kruse (Wahrnehmungsübungen in Imagination Inspiration Intuition)
  • Wolfgang Körner (geomantische Wahrnehmung, Zusammenarbeit mit Elementarwesen)
  • Gunhild von Kries (Wahrnehmungsübungen zum Klang von Landschaft und Zeit)
  • Raphael Kleimann (Impulse zur Geschichte und Mysterien)