Back in 1933 the Russian physicist, Alexander Gurwitsch, discovered that all cells emit light. This was confirmed scientifically and irrefutably in the early nineteen-seventies by the German physicists, Popp and Mersmann.
Not only do cells emit light, but they also absorb and store it. Each cell emits around 100,000 light pulses per second. The pulses are made up of photons (light particles) of varying frequencies and steer all the body's biochemical processes.
HOW IT WORKS
So every cell in our body has its own light emission and oscillation. A specially developed device, called the 'Starlight' (instruments for measurement and treatment), can be used to determine whether the measured oscillation is coherent/healthy, or incoherent/disturbed. If there is a disturbance, the opposite vibration to that of the disturbing factor can be applied to eliminate it. That is achieved by resonating two exactly opposing waves with each other. After that, the body is no longer troubled by a disturbance, and can start to restore its balance and heal itself.
Comparison with a sound wave: "With two exactly opposite sound waves those vibrations cancel each other out, resulting in silence. That is the principle on which the device is based. We eliminate the disturbance in the body using the opposing vibration."