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Nov 1, 2017

Rise & Shine

Posted By Snow at 11/01/2017




OK imagine the universe is basically particles — some flies around (light), some grew into mass
So when flying particles (light) hit our body mass, the nerves sense it — e.g. the eye sees visible light
Still our eyes can't see beyond visible light — e.g. x ray or microwave — even as they hit us لا ترونهم

This is where the body radiating its own light, shields from the constant hit
The strong shield is close to visible light, as mass is energized into light
The weak shield is close to microwave, as mass becomes dense, dim

  lighter mass rises    |    denser mass falls  
 

חי
chai

chi
cahaya
High energy visible light radiates strong shield
qi gongnirvanaما شاء الله والله أعلم

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم
قد جاءكم بصائر من ربكم فمن أبصر فلنفسه

There has come to you enlightenment from your Lord
so whoever will see does so for (the benefit of) his soul




2 comments on "Rise & Shine"

Snow on Nov 15, 2017, 9:39:00 AM said...

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

حتى يلج الجمل في سم الخياط until a camel enters into the eye of a needle

I wonder if this represents the size of the energy's wavelength ❄ ref
Infrared is at pinhead, and visible light is at point of a pin ماشاء الله والله أعلم
So camel means the energy is lower than microwave? (~ oo ~)'

Visible light → high energy → small ☆
وهم لا يستكبرون and they are not arrogant

Snow on Sep 4, 2018, 2:49:00 AM said...

The high energy visible light travels very far at light speed (serak זרח) - think light house - so even though its particles are small, it radiates grandly. While the low energy heat is contained within - so it becomes heavily dense, but "small" in a sense that it is dim.

May you unblock your energy and radiate ☆ .:(~ v ~):.
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