Updated: Sep 2, 2022
We are well versed with the word "coherent" in terms of speech. Sentences following a logical sequential order, are well connected, and make perfect sense.
Coherent is a word connected with light too.
Imagine yourself at a party for a moment. You know nobody there, bar the host. As you scan the room you are attracted to a couple standing sipping their drinks and chatting on the far side of the room. Although there is no logical reason for the ‘pull’, you walk across to them and introduce yourself. You immediately ‘click’. You feel in sync with them.
Light particles that are in sync with each other are said to be coherent.
Particles of light are known as photons. Particles of light inside living systems are called biophotons. When photons in a beam of light share the same frequency, in other words they all move in the same regular, consistent rhythm - they are termed "coherent".
Coherence of the biophotons within our bodies affects our state of health and vitality, our ability to communicate and thrive inter-cellularly and intracellularly and our success in communicating with everything around us. In other words, the state of order or coherence of our light matters.
Avoiding stress, or dealing with it before it, has a detrimental effect.
Eating well, maintaining a good work/life balance, good sleep, exercise, time in nature and catching some sun, can all help you maintain coherence - and as a result - more easily succeed in your life.
This weeks Minute+Meditation focuses on the concept of coherence and light.
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