Have you ever thought about how our bodies are like Christmas trees? I mean, think about it. We have all these little lights (nerve endings) running all throughout our bodies, and they all connect to a big power source (our brains) that lights everything up.
But instead of just sitting in your living room looking pretty, our bodies use these lights (nerve impulses) to communicate with each other and keep us functioning. And just like a Christmas tree, when one light goes out, it can mess up the whole system.
So, what exactly is powering all these little lights in our bodies? It turns out that it’s biophotonic energy – or in simpler terms, light energy. Yep, our bodies are essentially powered by light. Who knew we were so high-tech?
Now, you may be thinking, “But wait, I thought nerves were just like little wires. How do they have anything to do with light?” Well, it turns out that nerve cells actually have a unique ability to convert chemical energy into electrical and light energy. So basically, our nerves are like little lightning bugs running all throughout our bodies.
And what’s even more interesting is that this light energy in our bodies is actually affected by external sources of light, like the sun. That’s right, spending time in the sun can actually impact the energy in our bodies. So, the next time you’re soaking up some rays, just remember that you’re also recharging your body’s internal Christmas tree.
But what does all of this have to do with relationships? Well, if our bodies are wired for light, then it’s no surprise that the energy we give off can impact the people around us. Have you ever noticed how being around someone with a positive energy can make you feel better? Or how being around someone negative can bring you down? That’s because we’re all constantly exchanging energy with each other, just like the lights on a Christmas tree.