Light is an essential component to a healthy human lifestyle. It not only powers the plants we rely on to produce oxygen, it supports the entire food chain that ensures we enjoy a healthy life as human beings. As we've evolved in a technological sense, human beings are spending more time indoors, exposed nearly constantly to digital device screens, powered by illumination that doesn't benefit our needs. In fact, ongoing exposure to more computer time than sun or a beneficial light source has a … [Read more...] about LIGHT as Therapy?
Always Shine Your Light
Here’s a recent testimonial from a horse owner who recently bought a 2 Light Photopuncture Kit! "Just wanted to show the progression of JJ's wound, and give Thanks to Diana Connolly for going above and beyond to get me the light kit pictured "She met me on the 4th of July"! I truly believe these lights along with meticulous care of the wound have helped get it to where it is right now! It still has to finish closing, but I don't think there will be much of a scar, and except for some … [Read more...] about Photopuncture helps equine pastern injury with speedy recovery
I graduated from college in 2008 and went into corporate America grateful that school was behind me and life was in front of me. Since it was during the recession, I happily took a full-time grounds maintenance job I was offered right out of school. I had worked with the same company during summers in college. However, going full-time, I discovered I didn’t resonate with my supervisors. I knew if I got into an office setting, more people would see me, and I’d be able to transition into something … [Read more...] about How I escaped being a corporate drone and “Lit Up” my Life!
One of the least understood areas of Light Therapy is what we like to call Photopuncture™ - otherwise known as "acupuncture with light instead of needles". I have been teaching Equine Photopuncture since the early 2000s and branched out into using and teaching it for pets and humans in the past 5 - 10 years. I love all forms of helping the body with light, but particularly love using a "torch" because I can have it with me everywhere I go. Photopuncture™: Using a Light … [Read more...] about What the heck is Photopuncture?
This beautiful boy is a 6 year old testimony for Light Therapy. 2 years ago he was in the top 5 Cardigan Corgis in the US when he went to Canada to get his Intl. Championship. While on the trip back, he tore his ACL badly. The local vet immediately called for surgery to knit the 2 ends of the ACL together. However, his owner knew that surgery would shorten his stride on that side. So we over-nighted a light therapy wrap to Montana, and she began lighting up both hind legs twice a day. When … [Read more...] about I don’t care that the point isn’t on the chart!
Being an Acupuncturists sounds like a perfect job, right? The flexibility of being self-employed, the supreme role of actually helping people and at times, maybe even saving them since they have tried everything else with no desirable results. But how about the flip side to this profession- what can possibly go wrong? I can tell you, lots of things! The top three common side effects of needle insertion are blood, bruises and screaming. People who tend to bruise easily can end up with … [Read more...] about Light Vs. Needle – Part One
Interview with Nancy Banks Published in Oracle 20/20 - 2017 SH: Nancy - after hearing your talk last month at the National Guild of Hypnotist - GA meeting it put some things in a more complete perspective for me. It seems that this is important information that we can and should share with others. Where would you like to begin? NB: I would like to try, in a very short article to show how biophysics, resonance, and coherence all play a role in using light for bringing the body … [Read more...] about Healing the Body with Light and Sound
Giving Back to 1st Responders Has Great Rewards! Are you stuck for a way to reach new prospects - either for your services as a Light Therapist or for selling equipment? Try reaching out to those you know needs and deserve your services. We live in a VERY small town - so there is a limited base of people to market to face to face. We have set up booths at the county fair, the horse shows and rodeo, and even tried to interest a local medical clinic that existed for a short time. People … [Read more...] about Giving Back to 1st Responders has great rewards!