5 main energy sources
LEARN 5 MAIN BODY'S MAIN SOURCES OF ENERGY
The whole life of a person is a subconscious pursuit of energy and health. If lacking energy and health a person feels discomfort and a deep dissatisfaction in life. Only increased psychoenergetic potential can give a person:
Better determination of actions
The brightness of emotional manifestations
The ability to vibrate in resonance with powerful energies and strong feelings that abound in the best works of Bach and Beethoven, etc.
What is the body's main sources of energy?
The energy sources of the human body are complex (they can be internal and external) as we have energy-material and energy-informational bodies.
Here are the 5 main energy sources:
Bioelectrochemical energy, which is released during food digestion and is used by intracellular structures - mitochondria - for the synthesis of ATP (adenosine triphosphate). The energy stored in ATP is subsequently consumed by the body for all types of work: physical (muscle work), chemical (synthesis of new cells), electrical (conduction of nerve impulses), etc.
Bioelectromagnetic energy manifests itself in the guided potential difference. The very same potential difference occurs at all power stresses in the human skeletal system.
The energy obtained from the free radical oxidation of lipids (fatty acids) saturates all cell membranes. This process generates electrons (energy) and depends only on breathing.
The kinetic energy of free electrons that can be received from acupuncture energy channels. In addition, free electrons get to the human body in the process of lungs and “skin” breathing.
The energy-informational flows of cosmic radiation consist of ultralight microparticles, which are received by special receptors in the area of the head and perineum and pass through the energy spine. These flows are also received and accumulated due to the internal cavity structures of the bones of the human skeletal system. Energy-informational vortex fields are created by the above mentioned flows and rotate in planes perpendicular to the channel of the spine. It is these fields that are called the aura of a person.
We need to specify that bioelectrochemical energy, the energy of free radical oxidation, the kinetic energy of free electrons, as well as bioelectromagnetic energy are attributes of an energy-material body, whereas the energy-informational flows of Yang and Yin and vortex fields created by these flows are the basis of energy-informational bodies of a person.
Let us consider the energy capabilities of a person in detail.
The energy that food provides to the body consists of the potential electrons’ energy stored in the chemical bonds of natural products. When macromolecules are cleaved by enzymes, these electrons move from high energy levels to lower ones, forming an avalanche-like flow of negative particles and cells to maintain their vital activity.
This is the so-called cellular or endogenous respiration, a complex of enzymatic processes occurring in every cell of a living organism. In the end, the macromolecules of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins are broken down into carbon dioxide and water. Thus, the energy of the product, consisting of heat and electron flow, which goes to the synthesis of ATP, is released. It is clear that the more ATP is accumulated in the cellular mitochondria, the higher a person’s psychoenergetic potential, their performance, endurance, and social activity.
Aside from that, we know that the digestion of proteins, fats, and carbohydrates sometimes take a lot more energy than can be obtained purely with food. To maintain the necessary balance of energy supply and energy consumption, at least three basic rules should be adhered to:
Eat only compatible foods during one meal, as the joint consumption of products digested by acidic gastric juice (meat, fish, eggs, etc.) and products processed by alkaline saliva (bread, cereals, vegetables, etc.) leads to the neutralization of alkali and acid. As a result, the food is not digested and starts rotting in the intestines. This leads to such pathogenic factors as:
- blood poisoning
- fall of homeostasis
- weakening of immunity
- a disorder of metabolic processes
- a disorder of acid-base balance
2) Eat mostly structured food. This means that food can only be subjected to minimal heat treatment, which will allow it to maintain its optimal energy potential.
3) Eat a variety of foods that not only replenish the necessary energy costs and give nutrients to build new cells and tissues but also assist the processes of digestion and assimilation of food due to the vitamins and trace elements contained in them.
People have always attached great importance to movement and gymnastics, which stimulate the muscles, train the heart and strengthen the health. Now we know that muscles are of great help to the heart because they lift the level of venous blood.
An important value of muscles consists of their ability (during contractions) to create a difference in electric potentials. Due to the difference in potentials, electrons receive additional stimulation for their movement in organs, tissues, and energy meridians.
The optimal rhythm and duration of classes also play an important role in walking, running, and gymnastics. It is noticeable that coming home after a slow walk, you get a feeling of fatigue and even weakness. At the same time, a fast pace takes a lot of energy and weakens the person. One should always stick to the happy medium. You should remember that without movement, the body, like stagnant water, becomes mouldy, deteriorates, and rots.
The second breath, which often comes after a long and vigorous work, suggests that the potential differences in working muscles and bones of the skeletal system are superimposed on each other, structuring the internal environment of the body for the optimal flow of free electrons.
BREATHING WITH THE SKIN
The so-called skin breathing is the pumping of electrons from the surface of the skin into the human body. This process is strengthened due to:
- warm and elastic skin
- a slightly moist skin (after exercise)
- massage and various rubbing of the skin
- the use of metal applicators
- pranayama on the flow of energy from space into the body.
Wearing synthetic clothing can significantly complicate the process because, due to intensive electrification, it deprives the skin surface of a significant amount of free electrons.
When breathing with theskin, electrons are captured by acupuncture points and, getting into the energy channel, they are accelerated to high speeds due to the superconductivity of the channel, explained by the action of coulomb forces in a structured environment. The kinetic energy acquired by the electrons is consumed by the organs of the body, which also significantly activates the redox reactions that lead to the restructuring of large molecules of food to carbon dioxide and water. As we have read before, restructuring releases the potential energy of electrons that are stored in the chemical bonds of foods.
Three processes interact and complement each other; among them are nutrition, movement, and breathing, including breathing by the skin, as a result of which the energy of free electrons is released. Due to this, the energy-material body of a person can fully function. Nutrition and respiration can generate ATP in the mitochondria of cells, and movement, creating a potential difference, contributes to the flow of energy in tissues and muscles.
SOLAR AND COSMIC RADIATION
Energy-information bodies of the person form, nourish, and support the cosmic energy — the flow of ultralight microparticles, which is an integral part of the energy-information world. People have called this radiation flow differently: prana, chi, fluid, ether, magnetism, the flow of chronons or leptons, etc. However, in this article, we will talk about cosmic radiation as the most used and understandable one.
As we already know, cosmic radiation forms two flows in the region of the spine: Yang and Yin, which are more informational than energetic nature and which most significantly affect the functioning and development of human energy-informational bodies.
To strengthen the flow of Yang and Yin and the development of the above energy-informational structures, we can enlist several interesting and powerful practices. These are, in particular, the practices of raising the Kundalini, working with the MK-orbit, the Great Breath of the Yogis. The use of Functional State Correctors also remarkably strengthen and harmonise these flows.
Of great importance for the overall energy of the body is the fact that energy-informational flows activate the energy of the material body, which is primarily manifested in various emotional outbursts or stressful situations. For this reason, energy recharge and rebalancing with Functional State Correctors is alleged to aid relaxation, assist in the body's natural healing processes, and develop emotional, mental, and spiritual well-being.
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Normal nutrition and rational movement play a significant role in the energy supply of the human body. However, the main source of energy supply, and therefore, life support, is breathing, in which two interrelated processes occur simultaneously: gas exchange and energy exchange between the organism and the environment. When oxygen and free electrons enter the body, the heat, carbon dioxide, and water are released.
Erythrocytes — red blood cells of which there are millions, play an important role in that and other exchange processes. According to G. Petrakovich, doctor and scientist, haemoglobin in red blood cells is involved in the exchange of gases, whereas free radical oxidation of unsaturated fatty acids contained in the cell membranes of the same red blood cells is involved in energy production.
The official science of breathing can be presented as follows. When inhaled, oxygen enters the pulmonary alveoli, and then the capillaries and blood vessels. Through the red blood cells and haemoglobin contained in them, oxygen is delivered to all organs and cells of the human body. In cells, namely in special cellular structures — mitochondria, the final processing of oxygen occurs when oxygen ions react with positively charged hydrogen ions. During these reactions, a large amount of heat, which goes to the synthesis of the main bioenergy accumulator, an ATP, is released. After that, the ATP energy is spent on a variety of needs of the body. As you can see, there is a noticeable parallel with the assimilation of food by the human body and the subsequent synthesis of ATP.
This is the recognised way of generating energy in breathing processes. Another process of generating energy during breathing is, as has already been mentioned, the oxidation of fatty acids contained in the cell membranes of red blood cells as well as all other cells of the human body.
Here is the path in which energy is produced. Originally, erythrocytes receive energy excitation in the capillaries of the lungs from free electrons and negative ions coming with the inhaled air. They start the process of free radical oxidation of fats of cell membranes, as a result of which, end products of oxidation, namely oxygen, ketones, aldehydes, alcohols, etc, are created with exciting external electronic levels. In other words, cells generate a huge amount of free electrons, ready to give their energy.
Energy release occurs during the transition of red blood cells to the bloodstream, vessels, and capillaries, when free electrons, transmitting an energy pulse, encouraging other blood cells and nearby tissues to oxidation reactions of fatty acids. Energy is transferred by the principle of a chain reaction from more excited cells to less excited ones. The latter, in turn, being excited, transmit energy to even deeper cells, which causes those to strengthen their redox processes.
Taking into account the fact that a person constantly receives oxygen and free electrons during breathing, which triggers the above-mentioned cellular reactions, it can be argued that it is breathing that is the central mechanism for activating the body's cells, strengthening their metabolic processes and, ultimately, obtaining energy. It is breathing that gives the human body most of its energy for functioning.
Therefore the generation of energy during breathing begins with the air environment. It includes:
- breathing with lungs, with oxygen saturation as well as the saturation of free electrons, and negative ions. The inhaled air, which contains more free electrons and negative ions (air in a pine forest, on the seashore, near a waterfall, after a thunderstorm, etc.), gives the excitation to the erythrocytes in the pulmonary capillaries.
- electronic excitation of red blood cells due to the alveoli saturate the capillaries of the air bubbles with oxygen and free electrons
- producing energy potential of red blood cells due to free-radical oxidation of fats in their cell membranes
- resetting electronic excitation by erythrocytes to other cells in the blood and cells immediately adjacent to the bloodstream
- a chain reaction of excitation of all body cells in the internal tissues and organs
- the generation of energy by cells, that is, free electrons
- strengthening and intensification of metabolic processes in the human body.
We can specify that in the above processes, all the necessary substances, including endogenous (internal) oxygen, required by cells for their functioning, are formed in the cells.
Free radical oxidation of unsaturated and polyunsaturated fatty acids, which are part of cell membranes, occurs constantly and releases much more energy than in the processes of nutrition and movement. Besides, the digestion of food takes a lot more energy than comes with the consumed products.
A person can check the effectiveness of his/her respiratory process during the next course of fasting. If, for example, you are comfortable, i.e., you can endure five days without feeling weak, it is an excellent result. If by the end of the first day, you feel a significant weakness and shortness of breath, you can freely put a mark of 1 to yourself. During fasting, the work with complexes of breathing exercises and Pranayama is obligatory.
The processes of free radical oxidation of fats, normally giving life and energy, can sometimes become pathogenic for the human body. This destructive pathogenesis occurs when red blood cells capillaries in the pulmonary become overexcited and “hot”. At that, they literally burn cell membranes, and, passing the “hot” excitation to other cells, provoke destructive free-radical reactions.
These pathogenic processes are observed mainly when:
- doing physical work, when a person starts gasping
- doing intensive sports exercises
- having various emotional and stress reactions
- having cold overloads of the body: falling into water-holes, ice tubes, etc.
Therefore, engaging in intensive sports, physical work, exposing oneself to stressful situations, a person involuntarily provokes the strengthening of free radical reactions leading to accelerated wear of cells and organs, the arrival of diseases and premature ageing.