SEROTONIN RISING ANDBECOMING A SUN
The documentary film
due outValentine's Day, 2010, should be requiredwatching for everyone who feels depressed. Itstars Bill LeVasseur and Michelle Stanley withappearances by filmmaker David Lynch; Dono-van; Deepak Chopra; Harvard Professor TalBen-Shahar; author Dr. Larry Dossey; NIH Sci-entist, Dr. Jordan Grafman; and the Dalai Lama.The director and co-producer Tony Perri said ina recent interview: “The idea for the film
came to me in the year 2000. I waswatching a PBS TV special and the narrator reada few lines from a medical study. He said that if you do a good deed for someone your serotoninlevels will rise and your immune system will bestrengthened. He went on to say that the samething happens to the recipient of the good deed.The final words on this subject were what reallyhooked me: Any observer of the good deed willalso feel their serotonin rise and have their im-mune system strengthened. A few years later, Icame across a study conducted at the NationalInstitutes of Health by Dr. Jordan Grafman. Theresearch proved that the same regions of the brain that were activated when one receivedmoney were even more activated when one gavemoney to non-profit organizations. After review-ing my notes from the PBS special and conduct-ing more research on the topic, I was convincedthat people would respond favorably to thesefindings. I set about contacting Dr. Grafman andother medical experts to confirm the NIH experi-ments. At the same time, I began interviewingmore doctors as well as noted authors, spiritual-ists, visionaries, religious leaders, mind-bodyspecialists and philosophers. Everyone agreedwith the basic premise and many added their own views and advice to the subject.“As we watched the interview clips and re-viewed stories of altruism and compassion, weall felt something wonderful. It soon dawned onus that we were becoming the "observers" of good deeds and our own serotonin levels weredramatically rising. It was at this point that wedecided people needed to see this film and that itcould make a positive difference in our world.We are now convinced that this documentary isthe World's First Truly 'Feel-Good' Movie.”The movie examines the various theories whyour serotonin level rises when we do gooddeeds. But I have a theory of my own. When wedo acts of kindness, generosity and compassion,we radiate unconditional love, just as the sun ra-diates light and warmth to everyone, regardlessof their status or character. When we sungaze,our serotonin level dramatically increases andsunbathing increases our endorphins. Butwhen we, in effect, become suns by radiatingwarmth (love) and light (wisdom) to others,our levels of serotonin and endorphins in-crease even more. We can connect with the physical sun through our eyes and skin andfeel some benefit, but when we connect withthe spiritual sun through our heart, it's muchmore powerful. It's like the difference betweenabsorbing a hormone through a skin patch ver-sus an injection into the blood stream. Another difference, which the film brings out, is thatthe good feelings generated by acts of kindnessare contagious. They not only rise in the doer and recipient, but in witnesses as well, andthey inspire the recipient and witnesses to domore acts of kindness. You may feel good gaz-ing at the sun, but passers-by are usually just bemused. Nevertheless, I feel that sungazing isthe key to becoming a sun.Omraam Mikhael Aivanhov said “The highestideal is to take the Sun as your model. The im-age of perfection is the Sun and if you adopthim as your model, if, like him you think of nothing but bringing light, warmth, and life toall creatures, then you will really work your own transformation. This desire to communi-cate light to others will make you, yourself,more luminous, more loving, and more alive.If you want to have a beneficial influence onhuman beings, tune in to the sun every day soas to receive some of his particles which youcan then communicate to others. The sun is theonly being who can induce in you the best pos-sible dispositions towards mankind.”The photo at the top shows Omraam MikhaelAivanhov and disciples tuning in to the sunduring their sunrise meditation at La Roche“the rock” at the Bonfin community near Fre- jus, France. Try it. Tomorrow morning, get up before the break of dawn and watch the sunrise. Then, throughout the day, shine your loveon others. To put it simply - rise and shine.
THE SUN'S TORSION FIELD
by Dr. Laurance Johnston
Although sungazing affects you through tradi-tional physiological mechanisms associatedwith increased sunlight, such as improved vita-min-D production and pineal-gland stimula-tion, the true benefits accrue by energeticmechanisms that are anything but routine.Specifically, the sun is composed of heliumunder tremendous magnetic, gravitational andelectric forces. When helium, an inert gas, isappropriately stimulated, primal energy isemitted. Due to the sun’s size, the amount of emitted inert-gas primal energy is huge. Thisenergy moves much faster than light. Althoughit takes light over eight minutes to reach earth,the helium-derived, inert-gas primal energy ar-rives almost instantaneously.
Hence, when yousee the sun rise, it actually has been over thehorizon for eight minutes; i.e., it takes this longfor sunlight to reach you. Because the sun’s in-ert-gas primal energy reaches you immediately,for eight minutes you can sungaze at the horizonat the point you will eventually see the sun riseand get exposed to the sun’s inert-gas primal en-ergy without looking at the sun.[
Note: The dis-tance the sun travels in 8 minutes is about thethickness of a thumb at arm's length. The anglevaries depending on latitude and time of year
.]Indoctrinated in prevailing scientific paradigms,I had difficulty grasping faster-than-light phe-nomenon. It sounded too much like
warp speed. Then I heard a lecture on torsion en-ergy by physicist Dr. Claude Swanson at the2009 International Society for Study of SubtleEnergies and Energy Medicine, and pieces start-ing falling into place.Unfamiliar to most Western scientists, Russianresearch has evaluated a new force called tor-sion, which helps explain phenomena that have been difficult to understand with previouslyknown forces (i.e., electromagnetic, gravitationaland, nuclear forces). Torsion also seems to cor-respond to the life-force energy described inmany ancient traditions, such as qi or prana.As discussed in Swanson’s book
Life Force: theScientific Basis
, torsion fields are generated by particle spin. Whenever a charged particle pro-duces electromagnetic waves, it also creates tor-sion waves. Because atomic particles spin (e.g.,electrons, protons, and neutrons), it is a univer-sal force. Torsion fields do not follow existingrules of physics, especially with respect to time,distance, and the speed-of-light limitation. For example, they do not diminish with distance, likegravity for example, and penetrate barriers that block electromagnetic energies.Because they don’t follow the rules, torsionfields also can explain many well-documented psychic phenomena - for example, why a mother immediately senses that her son has been hurt ina war half way across the world, why qigongmasters can exert healing many thousands of miles away, or why long-distance prayer maywork. It also provides a scientific conceptualiza-tion for mankind’s interconnectivity and greater oneness stressed by so many spiritual traditions.Relevant to sungazing, technologically sophisti-cated experiments have been carried out docu-menting the sun’s torsion fields. In the experi-ments, a parabolic mirror in a large telescope atthe Crimean Astrophysical Observatory focusedthe sun’s radiation onto sensors. The telescope,however, was fitted with a cover to keep out nor-mal light. The device detected a non-light peak of energy corresponding to the sun’s true posi-tion of the sun - not its position when its lightreaches the observer eight minutes later on earth.This signifies that torsion fields travel almost in-stantaneously.A similar experiment was carried out demon-strating the life-enhancing nature of this energy.In this experiment, the sensor was E. coli bacte-ria. Corresponding to the influx of torsion ener-gy, a large increase in bacterial growth occurred