Solomon was known to have great wisdom he had achieved by acquiring knowledge and experience, constantly seeking to learn new things, as he surrounded himself with expert people, teaching him skills and disciplines in diverse fields of knowledge. He became a scholar of science, of human physique and humanities, learned from medicine people about the ways the human body operates and the ways it can be healed. Both as a student of the physical and metaphysical, Solomon learned that every tangible body, any form of organism, every organ in every living thing contains its own unique frequency, a flow of energy that is transferred throughout the universe including everything in it, humans, animal, plants and still objects.
As part of Creation, our human body reflects the systematic patterns nature maintains. Think of a treetop growing bigger and further spreading its branches in the exact same pattern again and again. Imagine the air pressure that surrounds our atmosphere, so balanced and delicate to enable our life on this planet, transmitting its frequencies to the living creatures to keep existing. These cosmic and scientific factors reflect in our anatomy as well, operating in perfect synchrony throughout the physical structure of Creation’s plan and under the providence of God.
That is the essence of Solomon’s accurate healing modalities embedded in his seals, allowing us to regain harmonic energy and maximize our bodily operation like the fluent patterns in nature.
“Set me as a seal upon your heart, as a seal upon your arm…Its flashes are flashes of fire, the very flame of the Lord.”
Song of Solomon 8:6
Solomon’s seals are designed especially to transmit these rehabilitating energies while placed upon our skin, or the walls of our house, resonating through our mind, soul, and body.
The healing process the seals generate reconnects us with nature and reminds us to cherish God’s gifts to us and enjoy his creation of this world.
“…nothing is better for Man under the sun than to eat, drink, and be joyful.” Kohelet also exhorts his fellow man to “Go, eat your bread with joy, drink your wine with a content mind; for God has already graced your deeds.”
Ecclesiastes 8:15, 9:7
The book of Ecclesiastes talks a lot about the vanities God subjects us to, as part of the journey humans undergo in this world. Through them, God is revealed to our physical bodies across our senses so we could understand his way, enjoy the beauty of nature, and maintain a healthy body, a strong temple in his image.
Throughout Ecclesiastes, Solomon teaches us to pursue wisdom and apply action in this world, accept pleasure and abundance as they serve the Creator’s purpose to us during our physical pursuit of life. As a profound humanist, Solomon emphasizes the importance of valuing life and the worthiness of a man’s sincere efforts to expand his own experience.
“Let us hear the conclusion of the whole matter: Fear God, and keep his commandments: for this is the whole duty of man.”