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Vibrational healing, energy medicine, frequency healing, resonance, action at a distance, Energy Body Work, etc. These are all terms for what and why we really heal. The article below I wrote to explain the field in general.
Vibrational Healing and Science
Reading through the information on this and our other sites devoted to vibrational healing and influences (or energy medicine), you may be tempted to say—’This is all fine, but it only amounts to unfounded assertions. Where is the science behind these revolutionary new methods of delivery of healing substances vibrationally to the body, i.e., the Aquacharge energized water device or the Biocircuit device? Or at least, where are the double-blind tests and other research?’
Many will be aware of the rich tradition of ‘vibrational medicine’ (See the book of that name, for example, by Dr Richard Gerber) in all human cultures, from the Acupuncture of China, to the Homeopathy of Hahnemann, to the use of the LisTEN system or Vega or Mora systems, to kinesiology, and so on through many varied disciplines. Many in all cultures are increasingly turning to ‘alternative’ or vibrational therapies, to the chagrin of the western medical establishment (which I’ll describe as ‘materialist medicine’ here), because people do know what’s good for them: a holistic approach dealing with all aspects of the human being, including the less material aspects—the emotional life, the psychic life, in short, the life of integrated human energies on many levels.
I mention vibrational medicine because this is what all medicine is in the end—we swallow medicines and water, so that the body can absorb the physical substance, thus leading to an energetic influence on the health. We ingest them, inject them, rub them in, and inhale them in order to expose ourselves to the vibrational effect of those healing substances. In what follows, I’ll try to substantiate that claim, and show how it happens.
Fritz Popp and Jacques Benveniste
Both of these scientists are full, recognised, successful, trained members of the scientific establishment. Each of them came up with discoveries over the last 20 years which went against all they had learned or expected, but which have since been repeatedly reproduced by others.
One of Popp’s demonstrations was on the heart of a guinea pig in splendid isolation, kept alive in the necessary environment of oxygen, carbon dioxide, etc. He applied vasodilator chemicals (histamine and acetylcholine) which, as expected, produced increased blood flow in the coronary arteries. And he applied the opposite chemicals too (atropine and mepyramine) which inhibited such flow. The point of the experiment was this: these ‘chemicals’ weren’t chemicals at all, but low frequency waves of less than 20 KHz. The signal could take the place of the chemical, because the signal is the signature of the molecule of the chemical. This was another demonstration of what Popp had proposed—that each molecule in the universe has a unique frequency and the language it uses to speak to the world is a resonating wave.
Thus we swallow chemicals in order to expose ourselves to the resonating wave that the chemical is—that is, we ingest healing substances in order to get their vibrational effect, or their effect on the ‘energy body’.
This is what is happening in, for example, the Biocircuit—the substance placed in the jar inline in the circuit sends its resonating wave through the circuit, for any electromagnetic wave will be conducted by copper (of which the biocircuit is made), and thus through the energy body of the person in the circuit. Exposure is instant, and it occurs without swallowing the physical substance. This also means that any side-effects due to swallowing substances (nausea, liver overload, etc.) are bypassed. Only the vibrational healing effect of the substance is transmitted to the body, and no other influence.
How molecules communicate
It has to be noted that materialist biology (mainstream) still adheres to the mechanistic notions of Descartes, that there can only be reaction or influence through physical contact. Although they accept gravity (which they can’t explain, but only describe), they reject any other notions of action at a distance. This is strange, for a moment’s reflection will also bring up the obvious forces of magnetism, heat, electricity, EMRs, etc. all of which act at a distance via some kind of ‘force field’. Whatever the case, these biologists claim (in the mainstream theory called Quantitative Structure-Activity Relationship: QSAR) that 2 molecules have to bump into each other to exchange information...This theory can’t begin to account for the speed of biological processes, nor much other observed data. And it is just unintelligent.
Furthermore, even mainstream physics has moved on from this stance decades ago, and has proved the principle of Non-locality suggested by Bell—that particles separated in space (even truly huge distances) ‘know’ instantly what is happening to each other.
Vibrational not physical
But if we allow that each molecule has its own signature frequency, its receptor molecule would tune in to this frequency (just as a radio tunes into a specific station), they would resonate. This resonating would lead to a resonating at another frequency with the next molecule in the biochemical reaction, and so on, thus creating a ‘cascade’ of electromagnetic impulses travelling at the speed of light. This is a much better explanation of a biochemical chain reaction than accidental collision. In other words, it is vibrational, not physical.
To go further—Spectrum analysis and other techniques rely on the fact that specific molecules and intermolecular bonds emit specific frequencies which can be detected billions of light years away through sensitive modern telescopes. But no-one in the mainstream biological community (except Popp and Benveniste) has considered whether there is any usefulness or purpose in this.
Since 1991, Benveniste has been transferring specific molecular signals simply by using an amplifier and electromagnetic coils—then he recorded these on a computer, and replayed it to a biological system sensitive to the substance, and in every instance the biological system thinks it is interacting with the substance itself, and has acted accordingly, initiating the biological chain reaction as it would in the presence of the molecule itself.
And exposing such reactions to an alternating magnetic field can erase these same signals and stop any activity.
If you are open-minded, I think you’ll find it difficult to see why vibrational medicine and vibrational science in general is still resisted by anyone. Biocircuits are yet another way of providing the essence of healing substances to the human system, and they have many advantages over simple physical methods such as ingestion and injection, in that the drawbacks of these methods are bypassed without losing any potency. Rather the potency is increased, as the body is not compromised by difficulties in swallowing, or assimilating/digesting, or toxifying of the body.
‘The Field’ by Lynne McTaggart
‘The Body Electric’ by Robert O. Becker
‘Vibrational Medicine’ by Richard Gerber
The work of Fritz Popp, Jacques Benveniste (www.digibio.com), Cyril Smith.
The work and writings of Viktor Schauberger
The work and writings of Rudolf Steiner
The work and writings of Ken Wilber
The work of Theodore Schwenk (founder of the ‘water-drop’ method) – ‘Sensitive Chaos’
The work of Devra Davis ‘The Secret History of the War against Cancer’ ( www.devradavis.com )
.... and much more