is an acronym for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission
of Radiation. Devices which emit laser light have, within
a relatively short period of time, become part of our language
and our everyday world. The applications of lasers are legion
and span almost every field of human endeavor from medicine,
science and technology to business and entertainment. At their
extremes these applications range from the preservation of
life [for example by the use of high-power medical lasers
to excise cancerous lesions from the body] to patently military
applications such as range finders and as weapons. Indeed,
for most people, the association of lasers is with 'death
rays' in science fiction novels and films.
for most of us, our contact with lasers is limited to their
use in such devices as supermarket bar-code readers, compact
disc [CD] players. Lecture theatre pointers and laser light
Warren has taught the clinical application of laser therapy
since 1995 and you can learn more about the powerful healing
effects of both Low Power Laser Therapy [LLLT] as well as
colour therapy on his dedicated website www.lighttherapyuk.com
as an alternative to needle acunpuncture which carried out
through the irradiation of traditional Chinese acupuncture
points using low intensity laser radiation. Pioneering work
was carried out in Canada in the 1970's by Dr Frederick Plog.
Based on Plog's early work a number of He-Ne laser systems
were subsequently developed in China, Japan and the Soviet
Union. In these countries laser acupunture represents an important
field of low-intensity laser application, with trials having
been successfully complete for a range of conditions including
exophthalmic hyperthyroidism, pelvic inflammation and particularly
for the relief of a range of painful conditions.
laser acupuncture does not enjoy the same level of acceptance
in the West, its popularity and use is increasing, particularly
through the use of laser diodes as an alternative to acupuncture
needles in the deactivation of painful musculoskeletal trigger
a phrase used to describe the path of black magic where there
is intention to harm a person, property or living being, or
use force against a persons free will. The left earned these
negative associations because the Latin word for left - sinister
- has become associated with evil.
The phrase 'right hand path' is typically associated with
healing magic and goodness, while 'left hand path' is popularly
associated with selfishness, cursing and evil. The distinction
between left and right hand paths may have been handed down
to modern times from Hindu and Buddhist traditions, where
yoga involving sexual acts is left hand tantra and right hand
tantra is breath world and celibacy.
Obviously left hand paths include Satanism and cursing, but
it is important to note that, like most dualities, this system
of classification has its contradictions and left hand methods
may be found in traditionally right hand groups and vice versa.
For example, right hand paths tend to place divinity outside
of the self, while left hand paths place it within. Right
hand practitioners usually seek to serve the divine and left
hand practitioners seek to realise the divine within themselves.
Right hand paths emphasise service, cooperation, humanity
and charity; left hand paths emphasise self-development, self-reliance,
maturity and pride.
Today there are varying opinions of the two Paths: some see
them as equally valid approaches to truth, whose relationship
is akin to the balance between yin and yang, while others
criticise the right hand path for being too restrictive. According
to the latter view, the right hand paths imposition of formal
dogmas and codes of behaviour can take away a persons ability
to be truly responsible for his or her own life, thereby destroying
a part of a persons identity. According to some, this is the
main difference between the two paths: the left hand path
preserves identity, while the right hand path destroys it.
Conversely, some accuse the left hand path approach of narcissism
while praising the right hand path for its altruism.
According to some occult traditions Lemuria was believed to
be a lost continent from 25,000 years ago - variously located
in the Indian Ocean, the eastern Pacific, or portions of both
- which sank before the heyday of Atlantis.
Patterns of powerful, invisible earth energy running through,
along and beneath the earth that are through to possess great
spiritual, astrological and healing qualities and to connect
various sacred sits, such as churches, stone circles, megaliths,
holy places and other locations of spiritual or magical important.
The study of ley lines forms part of the so-called 'earth
mysteries', a field of holistic investigation into ancient
sites and their surrounding landscapes.