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Photon-Genius Machine
Posted on 27 February 2017 09:16 AM

We have concerns as the literature on this machine seems to portray so much eastern and new age philosophy in the healing processes.

We do know that far infrared light is healing and not harmful. The machine is like a freestanding sauna which should bring healing. But there are all kinds of lights flashing and beeping going on which some interpret as a mantra to hypnotize. Please advise. Is there a legitimate concern or are we wanting to throw the baby out with the bathwater?

This is something new I have not heard of. But I did a little investigation on what this machine is and does, and without taking too much time to research, on first impression, it seems like it’s a good therapy and people are finding good results with it. I don't really see how there can be any 'new age' philosophy in it. It seems practical enough.

And yes, unfortunately, these kinds of natural healing therapies seem to be used by and surrounded by those who also engage in new age ideology and thus it can appear that the therapy itself is stemming from these ideals and philosophies. I appreciate though, that you are being reasonable in the situation and seeking wisdom instead of 'discarding the baby with the bathwater'. I don't think I would be too concerned about this machine.

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