The Influence of Vital Life Energy

October 29th, 2017


The vital life energy of the body is a part of the process of breathing. When you breath the body renews itself through this energy, which is transformed through the breathe of inhalation and exhalation. This process is essential to rejuvenate the vital organ systems of the body, as the systems are designed to store, release and transfer energy. 


As you inhale, the flow of energy enters the body through the molecular structure of H2O. As this (light) energy flows toward the organ system of the lungs, energy is released into the blood stream, which provides renewed energy for the other organ systems of the body. In particular, the lungs are the “fly wheels,” which generate an energetic pull toward the center of the body. This force releases an energetic movement that is transmuted in the abdominal cavity where most of the organ systems are housed. 


The organ system of the lungs, including the diaphragm, propels this energetic movement and is in itself the principle function of breathing. This is possible why the diaphragm self inserts and is not attached to the other musculoskeletal structures in the body. In a sense, it is the engine for energetic movement in the body and the source of energetic exchange between the vital organ systems. 


As energy is transferred to the other organ systems in the body, the subtle qualities of this energy provides function and form at the cellular level. As the diaphragm is the source of strength and power behind the breath, the mitochondria is the powerhouse of the cellular structure. Of course, the mitochondria not only transfers and releases energy but also stores energy at the cellular level. 


This means that the subtle qualities of energy can be utilized at a smaller scale to maintain the function of the cellular and molecular structures of the body. These dynamics are intertwined within the pathways of the organ systems, as energy requires a feedback to maintain its continuous flow. This is partly why the channels of the organ systems are in communion with the vital life energy of the breath. And why we can not exist without the breath. As we communicate through frequencies (vibrations), which are converted to sounds, the body is continuously communicating by way of light energy - utilized in short and long wave energy (human energy). 


Scientist say that the resonance and vibration of the cellular body is similar to the earth’s electromagnetic pulse. Eastern philosophy and science views this similarity as the influence of vital life energy. Even though energy can change form and function, its essence is its source.

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