💫'This plant is The only one which is in a position to store light ether; this will be indispensable for people in future.’ - Ralf Roessner💫
The yam is indigenous to China where it is known as shan yao and “fairy food.” In TCM, its vital functions are known to tonify the spleen, to nourish the lung, to strengthen the kidney, and to benefit essence.
The spleen is the most spiritual of the human organs. It is known in anthroposophic medicine to compensate for our irregular eating habits and to rhythmically transform and transport the nutritional forces of the digestive and respiratory system into the blood in the correct form and amounts.
Regarding the unique, subtle qualities of the light root, it is thought to hold the highest amount of light ether of any plant. Light ether, which works through the element of air, is one of the four ethers that make up the unseen formative forces—earth, water, air and fire. As it weaves into our light bodies, it allows us to perceive and remember with an inner light-to-light communication. This yam is thus akin to a “being” of goodwill, a presence that has come to help us become stewards of our consciousness and the soul of Earth through both practical and meditative work.
It has long been known that light is vital to life and there has been much research on the significance of light as it pertains to healing, consciousness and human health. Light is taken in through the eyes and via the skin, which is the largest organ of the body. We know through the saints and sages of all religions that we are light bearing spiritual beings having a human earthly experience.
The experiential qualities of the light root include the possibility of countless benefits: an increased feeling of peace and calmness; a restored and revitalizing sleep rhythm; a heartfelt sense of unity consciousness; a certain immunity from the sub-natural, degenerate and fallen light ether of the invisible sea of electromagnetic frequencies to which we are exposed and vulnerable and a finer quality of absorption of the vital nutritional forces in food.