Robert E. Connolly, D.Sc., L.Ac.
know today that man is essentially a being of light. And the modern science of
photobiology...is presently proving this. In terms of healing...the implications
are immense. We now know, for example, that...light can initiate, or arrest,
cascade-like reactions in the cells....and that cellular damage and
physiological function can be significantly influenced by faint beams of light.
We are still on the threshold of fully understanding the complex relationship
between light and life, but we can now say, emphatically, that the function of
our entire metabolism is dependent on light."
Dr. Fritz Albert Popp -- Nobel Prize winning biophysicist
his studies of human cell communication, Popp demonstrated that normal living
cells emit a steady stream of photons, i.e. biophotons, and hypothesized that
they act as carriers of information in living organisms. Popp further observed
that a cell will show an increased emission of biophotons whenever its functions
are no longer in a state of balance. Any disruption in a cell's homeostasis can
lead to a change in the balanced flow of information (light) in the body. As
with the expected effects in the image of a pebble dropping into a still pond, a
change in the biophoton emissions of one cell will eventually disturb biophoton
emissions in neighboring cells. This transformation from harmoniously
oscillating light eventually leads to incoherence, i.e. disease.
Light Communicates Through the Atomic
Structure of Cells
waves enter through skin receptors. These receptors respond both to light and
color (the inherent vibrational components of light). According to Popp,
biophotons allow a faster means of impulse communication than the transmission
of electrical impulses along neural pathways. With biophotons, the impulse
spreads independently of nerve conduction to the smallest components of the
organism through the atomic structure of the cells. In keeping with the
principle of resonance, the smallest oscillation will initiate the greatest
effect. Colorpuncture Therapy utilizes this effect to address and reverse
pathological processes. Colored light can transmit information to the inside of
the body via the disturbed zones and help restore malfunctioning systems by
virtue of their resonance forces.
Acupuncture System Provides an Entry Point for Light
decision to use the system of acupuncture, with its skin points and meridian
channels, as the means of introducing light into the energetic anatomy is
supported by existing research:
at the Institute of Clinical and Experimental Medicine in Nowosibirk, Russia
showed that meridians can be a channel for light.
Orm Bergold found that human photoreceptor molecules are not limited, as
might seem logical, to the retina of the eye, but rather are ubiquitous,
being found in virtually all tissue.
of their specificity of correspondence to organ/body structures and function,
the use of acupuncture points provides a more efficient method of introducing
light into the internal environment than had been used in previous light
is a system of light therapy that incorporates acupuncture. It was developed in
Germany over 35 years ago by acupuncturist and naturopath, Peter Mandel. In
contrast to the use of needles in acupuncture, colorpuncture restores cellular
communication by introducing vibrational information into the body in the form
of different colored light frequencies via the acupuncture meridian system,
thereby reestablishing homeostasis.
of particular patterned sequences of light are designed to:
Colorpuncture Therapy utilizes an acu-light pen instrument with insertible
colored glass tips. The procedure is noninvasive and extremely gentle. Treatment
points are derived in a systematic fashion based on highly developed and
specific energetic diagnostic and therapeutic principles.
lends itself particularly well to the healthcare needs of infants and children,
and to those, who for one reason or another, do not wish to use acupuncture
2009 Robert E. Connolly, D.Sc., L.Ac.