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Yogic Light Emissions for CDR


Humans emit various types of measurable energy.1 For example, people emit biophotons, or light-particles, or ‘light-emissions’. People can consciously increase their light over 11x, from an average of 10,000 to over 115,000 units with Ayurveda and Spiritual Nutrition, with corresponding increases in consciousness and healing abilities. Humans’ energy emissions have a measurable, nourishing, nonlocal effect. With focused intention, you can project your light into any environment around the world. Your light has a unique signature frequency and can be detected in any location on Earth. (This property of conscious meditation can be used for verifying and tracking people’s contributions to Climate Yoga projects.)

Quantum nutrition is nutrition that adds light (biophotons) to our bioenergetic systems and DNA. Biophotons are correlated with levels of consciousness. This nutrition primarily includes sunlight and plants, which are densified sunlight. Ideally, these plants are living, authentically organic (not industrial mono-crop organic), and home-grown or wild.

Wild foods have twice the biophotons as organic food. Cultivated organic foods have five times the light than nonorganic commercial foods. Cooked and irradiated foods have no biophotons. Sea salt minerals and structured waters also contribute to our biophotons.

A healthy baby emits over 40,000 biophotons (light-particles) from each cubic centimeter of skin. These photons facilitate subtle energy exchanges that significantly influence our health and our environment. The biophotons of all living things have nonlocal quantum entanglement effects measurable at vast distances, enhanced and directed through attention, will, and intent.

Our biophotonic radiations can significantly increase, from an average of 1,000 units of people on the Standard American Diet (SAD) up to 83,000 for vegans who eat about 80% raw-living vegetables, seeds, fruits, cereals, and authentically organic foods; and to over 115,000 units with Spiritual or Quantum Nutrition (vegan, live-foods, organic, mineralized, low-sugar, moderate intake, well-hydrating with living water, individualized, and including spiritual fasting).

The human body emits more than just light. Other frequencies of energy are continually being emitted from the human brain and heart, usually unconsciously and sub-perceptually. The average person’s subtle energy field around their heart is about 250 Hz. With yoga meditations, you can increase this energy field, and perhaps feel it or see it as a colored chakra wheel. Psychics have a heart-energy field of 400 to 800 Hz; meditation specialists’ energy field is around 800 to 900 Hz, and the advanced yogi's energy field is about 900 to over 200,000 Hz.2

The yogi and mystic can focus 'their' energy to create a wide range of nonlocal effects applicable to the climate crisis. You are not necessarily generating the energy from your human energy field; you are raising your energetic vibration so that it is entrained, with harmonic induction, in-synch with the infinite Universal/Source Field or Field of Being—merging with the Field of infinite energy. In this way, one can channel the infinite and immensely powerful Source energy through one's body.

There’s a direct relationship between increasing biophotons, heartfield and brainfield energies and moving prana. This is the basic Climate Yoga practice for the top CDR priority. This is just one small example of the frontier Zero Point Energy (ZPE) technology that will catalyze a quantum leap in human evolution. Climate Yoga is the first step on the journey to mastering skills with infinite potential for the next phase of your life. A dualist would say that you become a “superconductor for the divine” or an “instrument of God.”

On the journey to or from the Omega Point, you can use Climate Yoga meditations to consciously increase your vibrational energy in a practical, useful way, to use that incredible amount of energy to facilitate restoration of Earth’s biosphere, to help metabolize over 2,000 Gigatons of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere into a diverse, thriving biosphere. Group Meditation is a ZPE technology that can rebalance this immense amount of energy, creating monumental carbon banks for long-term, slow-release, storage sinks around the world. This is the number one climate priority: to significantly reduce an excess of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.

Remove any inner obstacles and energy blocks for the energy to flow. Calm your mind and purify your thoughts and bodies with sattvic thoughts and sattvic nutrition, hatha yoga exercise, and meditations on your divine energies—combined with intention and focus on CDR, to raise your vibration and light and to raise the vibration and light of the Climate Yoga priorities, the objects of focus.

The biophotons that humans normally emit is ultraviolet light, 200-800 nm wavelength. Our energy-light emissions match the 400-700 nm wavelength required for photosynthesis. This helps explain why yogis can accelerate photosynthesis. Studies show that expert meditators can increase photosynthetic rates over 800%. This is important because photosynthesis has a relatively inefficient 0.5 to 6% total solar harvest. An 800% increase is about 4.5 to 54%, compared to photovoltaics’ 15 to 23% efficiency.

The possibility for enhanced photosynthesis implies the possibility for enhanced biosequestration. Considering recent afforestation efforts, about 250m ha in recent decades has sequestered about 0.3 GtC (3% emission). If photosynthesis and biosequestration rates were increased 800%, then this 250m ha would sequester 2.7 GtC (9.9 GtCO2).

India is one of the world’s reforestation leaders, with a record 50 million trees planted in one day in 2016. 800,000 volunteers planted 80 different species of trees along roads, railways, and on public land. The saplings were raised on local nurseries. In the Paris/Earth Day agreement, India agreed to spend $6 billion to reforest 12% of its land, bringing total forest cover to 235 million acres by 2030, or about 29% of the country's territory. African nations pledged to reforest 100 million hectares. The Paris Agreement seeks to restore at least 350 million hectares of degraded land with healthy forests and Climate Yoga can increase the efficacy of this important work.

The bigger picture of the carbon cycle showed stable concentrations of CO2 and CH4 for 10kyr prior to 1750. The IPCC (2007, 7.3.1, The Natural Carbon Cycle) reported that the land sink is about 2.6 GtC/y and the ocean sink is 1.6 GtC/y. The carbon flow from the atmosphere into the land sink is net primary productivity (NPP). NPP was at a pre-industrial rate of about 85 GtC/yr and is now about 50 GgC/yr. One of the primary goals of Climate Yoga is to increase photosynthesis to increase the land and ocean skinks, to increase NPP back to about 85 GtC/yr. You can see Earth’s seasonal NPP-metabolism at or other websites.

Knowing the chemistry of photosynthesis can help people creatively visualize how our light energy at specific frequencies can help catalyze and enhance photosynthesis; can help increase the prana of the plants; can help rejuvenate and accelerate the growth of forests, grasslands, phytoplankton, coral ecosystems, and other photosynthetic communities around the world; and can significantly increase net primary productivity (NPP) and biosequestration of carbon dioxide. Our light can help purify pollution in the oceans and atmosphere.

1 Technology to measure biophotons includes spectophotometry (measures absorption), kirlan photography, gas discharge visualization (GDV), electromyography, and biophotonics (measures emissions). Spectrophotometry is a useful method for quantitative analysis in chemistry, physics and biochemistry to measure how much a chemical substance absorbs light (photoabsorption), using a photometer. Another tool is biophotonics to measure biophoton electromagnetic bioemissions. These technologies are used to study the energy of meditators and energy healers.

2 The Subtle Body: An Encyclopedia of Your Energetic Anatomy (Dale, 2014), citing Dr. Valerie Hunt, measuring the energy with an electromyography and sonogram frequency analysis.

CDR Meditations & Practices

Concentrated dharana meditations, based on a devotional worship of the Supreme God of Love (Krishna), channeling this love and radiating out love and light into the world, for the application of numerous climate priorities. Our light, when coherent and synchronized in group meditations, is amplified and far more powerful. Imagine tapping into the infinite field (of Krishna), and you manifest as a source of vitality and rapid growth of Forests, Plants, Phytoplankton, and Biodiversity. 

  • Increasing photosynthetic rates over 100%.

  • Increase CDR biosequestration rates over 100%.

  • Increasing Forested Cover 25%.

  • Forests contain about half the terrestrial carbon, and accounts for 50% soil carbon sequestration; in total, forests are 22% of the global carbon sink, offsetting 33% emissions.

  • Increased forest growth, annual and decadal, regional and global; protection from drought, pests and diseases; protection from human deforestation and sprawl; stopping tropical deforestation’s 15% GHGs or 1.5 GtC/yr (Anderson, 2018). (720m acres were deforested, 1990-2010).

  • Goal: GtC/yr Forestation Projects by 2020s.

  • Health and Regular Rain for Boreal/Taiga Forests in Russia, Canada, and Alaska.

  • Increasing carbon stores and sinks, increasing vegetation, soils, and peatlands, increasing the current store of 367-1716 GtC.

  • Goal: GtC Boreal Forest Project by 2020s.

  • Greening the Sahara/Sahel with increased, predictable rainfall.

  • CCY Karma & Dharma: getting energized with sadhanas for x100 biophotons, heart-field and brain-field frequencies, quantum consciousness, etc.

  • CCY Biosequestration Projects with Sahel partners, to create community leadership in CDR Priorities;

  • Goal: GtC Sahel Forestation Project by 2020s.

  • Increased growth of fields of phytoplankton,

  • Increasing the biological pump to the deep ocean sink, storing the carbon for thousands of years. They contribute nearly 50% to the total primary production of Earth by fixing about 50 GtC/yr. (Phytoplankton make up less than 1% of photosynthetic life but are responsible for about 50% CDR). This also buffers ocean acidity, cools the sky and recharges the marine food chain.

  • Goal: GtC Phytoplankton Projects

  • Restoration, conservation, and increased mangroves, tidal marshes, and seagrass growth.

  • These “blue carbon” ecosystems can take up 20 times more CO2 from the atmosphere than land-based forests, creating habitat for fish, and can store the carbon thousands of years in the deep sea. Coastal habitats account for approximately half of the total carbon sequestered in ocean sediments.

  • Goal: GtC Seagrass & Coastal Blue Carbon Projects

  • Restoration, Reviving, Growing, Thriving Coral Reefs.

  • Recovery and protection of coral ecosystems. 20% of the world’s coral reefs have been effectively destroyed; 25% of the world’s reefs are under imminent risk of collapse through human pressures. Reducing risks from sewage and agricultural pollution, temperature, acidification, overfishing, trawling, invasive species.

  • Coral are taking calcium ions and dissolved carbon dioxide from the water and turning it into calcium carbonate forming their hard skeletons. Corals are usually not sinks, but an acceleration of limestone creation is a mineral sequestration over geologic time.

  • Goal: GtC Coral Project by 2020s.

  • Increased organic carbon in soils

  • The global soil carbon pool (1m depth is 2500 GtC, of which about 1500 GtC is soil organic carbon (SOC). Croplands sequester 1-1.8 GtC/yr. 570 million farms and over 3 billion rural people can implement these eco-agricultural practices. The ‘4 per 1000’ Initiative is to increase soil carbon growth rate of 0.4%/y to stop the increase of CO2 in the atmosphere.

  • Goal: GtC Soil Project by 2020s.

  • Biosphere Integrity: increase biodiversity, genetic diversity.

  • Reverse the mass extinction, the biological annihilation of billions of populations of animals in recent decades. Protect species from human sprawl, protect, conserve and increase wildlife habitats, reduce toxic pollution, protection from alien species and climate change.

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