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How Does Light Affect The Human Functions?

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Learn about the role of sunlight in our lives.  This article looks at how lives of humans have been shaped by sunlight, how the light levels of changing seasons affect human life, how the human body functions and hormone levels respond to sunlight, and how the responses of humans and animals to sunlight compare.

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The Mammalian Pineal Gland May Be The Third Eye

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The pineal gland has characteristics that are found in the human eye, such as light sensitivity and the possibility of rods and cones. A recent study published in the journal Science shows that the pineal gland still responds to light, even when all light pathways between the eyes and pineal gland were genetically removed from lab rats.

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Endocrine Secretions During Sungazing

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This article by Wayne Purdin examines how the pineal and other endocrine glands secrete other hormones during sungazing, which create not just a high, but greater energy, longevity and experiences of samadhi or higher consciousness.

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Light Metabolism book excerpt

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In her book Foodwise: Understanding what We Eat and how it Affects Us, Wendy Cook explains how the human body metabolizes sun light using magnesium to bring light into substance and iron to release light back to energy.  Hemoglobin, found in human blood, is show to be similar to cholorphyll in plants.

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Sunlight, Sexuality, and Mental Health

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Biochemist Loren Pickart shares research on the effects sunlight has on the human body.  Research on Sexuality, fertility, hormones, sex drive, depression, Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), schizophrenia, vitamin D, and the pineal gland is presented in this article.

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Aging of Eyes Is Blamed for Range of Health Woes

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New research at the University of Kansas School of Medicine shows that eye health is directly related to overall health, occurrence of disease and aging. The gradual yellowing of the lens and the narrowing of the pupil that occur with age disturb the body’s circadian rhythm, contributing to a range of health problems. As the eyes age, less and less sunlight gets through the lens to reach key cells in the retina that regulate the body’s circadian rhythm, its internal clock, and hormone production.

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Fifteen facts you never knew about vitamin D and sunlight exposure.

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Dr. Michael Holick is one of the world’s foremost experts on vitamin D, sunlight and health. This interview by The Health Ranger Mike Adams shares 15 facts about sunlight and vitamin D that you may have never known.

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Human Growth Hormone, Melatonin and the Pineal Gland

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The pineal gland is the least known of all the endocrine glands. The pineal isn’t an actual gland; it’s a neuroendocrine transducer: meaning it converts incoming nerve impulses into outgoing hormones. Learn how the pineal gland behaves, the hormones it produces, and the foods that benefit it.

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Spotlight on Sunlight

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All of us need to get some sunlight in order to remain healthy. Some scientists are now considering sunlight a “super nutrient”. Let’s look at the ways that sunlight helps our bodies.

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The Role of Natural Sunlight and Radiation

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PurLife Health & Research published an article sharing scientific research studies that show the ability of sunlight to regulate hormone growth to reduce mental illness and prevent disease, eliminate leukemia by improving gland health, and reverse tumor growth with proper full spectrum sunlight exposure.

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Sunbathing Helps You and Everyone (part 1)

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This information-packed article by Dr. Bernarr shares the remarkable discoveries of over a dozen health care practitioners throughout medical history, including Dr. Herbert Shelton, Dr. C. W. Saleeby, Arnold Rickli, Bernarr McFadden, Hippocrates. Part 1 of this article teaches that only sunburn has been shown to cause skin cancer, while proper sunbathing will heal skin cancer and remove wrinkles.  Included is a list of over 50 health conditions that are improved by proper sunbathing.

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From Fertility to Mood, Sunlight Found to Affect Human Biology

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The New York Times published an article on June 23, 1981 sharing scientific research that shows how sunlight affects the human biology.  Topics include fertility, mood, hormones, sleep, depression, mental health, and the effects of artificial lighting.

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Benefits of Sunlight: A Bright Spot for Human Health 8

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Serotonin, Melatonin, and Daylight are the focus of Part 8 of Benefits of Sunlight. Learn how sunlight exposure affects the human body’s chemical balance and brain chemistry. Learn how the sunlight received by the pineal gland in brain affects the body’s circadian rhythms. Learn how proper daylight exposure creates a restful sleep by understanding the serotonin and melatonin relationship.

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The Effect of Light and Color on Human Physiology

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Prof. Dr. hc Orm Bergold M.D provides a concise summery of science that shows how full spectrum light and color therapy affects human physiology. Learn how the pineal gland responds to light by creating different hormones such as melatonin. Learn how the body has many photoactive molecules the respond to sunlight.

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The Invisible Environment: Seasonal Affective Disorder

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Ohio State University presents this information on the Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD).  Learn how the human body requires adequate amounts of sunlight for proper mental and emotional health.  This article presents statistics on Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) and offers solutions for people who suffer from this medical condition.

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Solar Activity Affects Humans Physical and Mental State

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Earth Changes Media shares new research published in the NewScientist that indicates a direct connection between the Sun’s solar storms and human biological effect. The magnetic fields of human have been shown to respond to the changes in the Sun’s magnetic field. Solar storms and solar flares are hypothesized to have a direct effect on the mental and emotional health of humans.

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The Hidden Reality of Solar Light (part 2)

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This article by Dr. Mitchell Gibson tells how the hidden nature of sunlight holds an important key to higher human evolution. Part 2 of this article looks at how the body absorbs and uses the energetic factors of the Sun through the human body’s brain and glands.

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The Healing Sun: Sunlight and Multiple Sclerosis

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The Healing Sun by Richard Hobday presents evidence showing an increase in disease with a decrease in sunlight exposure..  This article addresses: Sunlight and Multiple Sclerosis

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Solar Activity Affects Humans Physical and Mental State

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A recent study published on December 12, 2008 in the NewScientist, indicates a direct connection between the Sun’s solar storms and human biological effect.

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This website is dedicated to the free discemination of information on the healing powers of the Sun and the spiritual practices of Sun Gazing and Surya (Sun) Yoga. All information is given in the spirit of the Sun, whom shares its Light and Love without restriction. May all of humanity benefit from the enlightening energy of the Sun and the wisdom of all beings who share in this service of Sun Yoga.


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