The Luminosity of Souls

David Price
3 min readAug 31, 2021

And the language of queens.

Evelyn de Morgan

A scientifically controlled study conducted by German researchers at the University of Kassel has shown that while the chest area of an average person emits only 20 photons of light per second, someone who meditates on their heart center and sends love and light to others emits an amazing 100,000 photons per second. That is 5000 times more than the average human being. Numerous studies have also shown that when these photons are infused with a loving and healing intent, their frequency and vibration increases to the point where they can literally change matter, heal disease, and transform negative events.

The Heart also Loves, feels, thinks and remembers and communicates with other Hearts. It stores information and continually with each beat pulses this information through the body. It is far more than what modern science would have you believe…

— Luke Smith


“It’s the complete opposite of what we learn in a western civilization. At the village there is an expansion of the core family, it’s not just about the mother, the father and the children. There are between 15 to 20 people in a house. Each house has more than one mother, the children are raised by everyone, the 4-year-olds take care of the 3-year-olds who take care of the 2-year-olds,” she explained. “When a couple marries, the man moves into the woman’s house. All mothers stay together, there is a network of daughters, they breast-feed the children of their close relatives, my daughter Mira is breast-fed by other women in our house.”

— Bruna Franchetto


Via Girl God Books;

“All women speak two languages: the language of men and the language of silent suffering.
Some women speak a third, the language of queens.”

— Mohja Kahf

The norms of our culture limit our vision to a fundamental sense of separation and individualism that we aren’t equipped to question. Everything from our family life, education, governance and work reinforce this vision. Our organization of the physical world into cities with barriers to nature and other living units exerts a formative influence on what kind of humans we grow into and how isolated…

David Price

I write about creativity, loving, language learning and psycho/spirituality. I’m a longtime painter and reader.