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Henriette Bsec
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Kristin wrote that she had started to sleep in darkness- I havnŽt read this book but it sounds interesting- from the info I have got ( and my knowledge from archeology).
I have started this week to darken my bedroom- my neighbour keeps his lights on all night- it is really annoying- so I made new curtains. And yes I did sleep better the last nights.
I used to sleep from 10 to 7 -no problem - but the last years I have to get up at 6 - It irritates me a lot since- I only wake up natural at 6 in the midsummer. TRhe rest of the time it is a hazzle fo me to get up- I hardly ever feel fresh. At the same time I have found my life so stressfull - that I find it hard to go to bed before 11- and I know I need more that 7 hours of sleep in the winter.
I have decide to fix my sleeping habit before anything else.

I seem to do best inthe months april/may  and august/september: I feel so energized and good theese months
I wonder if it is becourse of the natural daylenght of 12- 13 hours in theese months here in Denamrk.
But what are one to do in winter when day is so short?- Accept that night is longer than in the summertime?
And what about in the summer when the night is just 5 hours or so- sleep in complete darkness? or accept that you might be ok with 7 hours sleep ?

What about women and moonlight?
I have always loved to sleep without curtains- liked when the moon showed its bluish light once a month.
My friend told me that she was adviced from her ND to sleep in darkness in all days- except days around fullmoon- to regulate her fertility ???

I would really apreciate some thought on this lights out theory- since I believe this is not a matter that differ from bloodtype to bloodtype- but is pretty universal for all bt ???

Is the book worth buying?
- we do not have it at the library here.


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Quoted from Henriette_Bsec
Is the book worth buying?
- we do not have it at the library here.

It is an interesting book.

Can your library get it from another library, an inter-library loan program? That is what my local library can do. I think it costs me $3 for each book.



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Hi Henriette,

I think you have wandered into some not-too-accepted light theory.  Here's a little of what I've been able to figure out:  according to Dinshah(modern colour therapy) there are 12 colours.  He does not divide them this way but 8 of them seem 'day-like' and 4 seem 'night-like'.  The latter four are magenta (looks like sunset), indigo (night sky), violet, purple.  Unseen is nighttime UV ... a reflection of the sun off the moon.  This only happens in lunar cycles (when the moon can be seen in the sky).  [I assume it is these periods that are the main influence on a woman's cycle .... how this is related to fertility is ????????] Because this light is described as colour we tend to underestimate its importance.  If referred to as frequencies of light, we maintain a more-scrutinizing approach.

Most light is bio-utilized when a slow pulsing action is used - @20Hz for daytime frequencies and 4-0.5Hz for nighttime.   Light seems to be best accepted if it is polarized http://www.bioptron.com .  This instrument specifically eliminates night-UV, but perhaps its use can come from reflected 'black light' [it's actual colour is purple-bluish hazy].  It also seems to suit the meridian system http://www.photonstimulator.com .

Imho, the description of many pigments and the description of the colours shows an uncanny symmetry (ie. the indigo of blueberries is almost identical to the effect of the indigo-frequency).  We eat the coloured fruit/vegetable but rarely utilize the energy-colour as a therapeutic tool.

Then there is the profound influence of magnetic energies.  I connect this influence more to the latitudes that are farthest from the equator.  So, it's omega-6's and pigments near equatorial zones and omega-3's for temperate and arctic zones.

John


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so much to learn!!!
thanks for sharing John!)


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so much to learn!!! thanks for sharing John!)


Overwhelming sometimes!  And yes, John, thanks so much for sharing. Very interesting. Hoping to pick that book up tomorrow.



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Thanks John- very intersting- IŽll look further into it.

You are asking about fertillity and moonlight.
Well my schoolmate was suffering from unstable periods that came at all kind of weird times- sometimes- it took 21 days other months 46 days- and she found it difficult to get pregnant.
After 2 months of sleeping in darkness most of the time- and sleeping in moonlight a little week- her period got regular with 28 days- and now after 4 months she just told me a week ago that she was pregnant - she has tried for 3 years ! She is an AB- but does not follow btd- but has started to get more open about it

Don- IŽll see if university libraries have the book- the regular library does not.


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