Matter is Energy
When Albert Einstein formulated his famous equation E = mc2, he was stating a truth of vibrational medicine: energy is equal to matter with its vibratory rate greatly increased.
Nature itself is all energy and constantly in vibration. Human beings are made up of nothing but vibrational energy. Our body is made up of cells and cells are composed of atoms. Atoms, as quantum physics is showing us, are probability waves. They are composed of particles of tiny fields of vibrating energy. These probability waves (atoms), being energy, are mostly comprised of empty space, and what we call physical matter is actually entirely composed of empty space.
What we see as objects or deem as matter are actually microscopic particles vibrating at such great speed that they take the appearance of a solid mass - what humans can perceive.
The science of using energy for healing is also known as vibrational medicine, electromagnetic medicine, bioenergetic healing or energy medicine - each name given by physicists, scientists, physicians and researchers who are pioneers in the field of energy medicine. But they all share a common basic concept that humans are not merely flesh and bone but a body of interconnecting electromagnetic fields.
The energy field permeating and surrounding the body is called the Biofield. This is the human energy field or a person's aura - the semi-shadowy figure we see in images captured by specialized photographic equipment.
The Biofield is both functional and nurturing. It commands the body to perform its physiological functions through electromagnetic impulses sent through its nervous system which enables us to breathe, talk, move, eat, and perform other bodily functions. It nurtures itself by drawing upon the beneficial frequencies of the ionosphere in the never ending process of balancing the body’s own vibrational fields.
External vibrations affect our own energy field, for better or for worse. Similarly, the vibrational quality of our own energy field affects the vibrational frequency of everything around us.
The modern scientific concept of energy field has been enunciated in a well known study by Richard Gerber, M.D. In his definitive text, “Vibrational Medicine: New Choices For Healing Ourselves” he states that,
"Doctors are beginning to re-conceptualize human beings as more than just bodies of flesh and bones. They are beginning to understand that we possess unique energy systems that help to maintain health."
Dr. Richard Gerber describes the physical body as “The Human Multidimensional Energy System” -- an egg shaped energy field made up of several layers, from the lowest frequency at the centre to the higher frequencies on the outer edge. He names them the enteric body, the astral body, the mental body, and, furthest out, the causal body.
All physical entities are energy pulsating at their own frequency that in turn gives it form and tangibility. Whether it is physical or subtle depends on the frequency characteristics.
The electromagnetic energy around living beings can be mapped and the changes within ascertained. This was established decades ago. Dr Harold Saxton Burr, a neuro-anatomist at Yale University, USA, used a conventional voltmeter to measure the changes in the energy fields of plants, animals and humans and found that diseases such as cancer caused significant changes in the electromagnetic field of living organisms. He demonstrated that a bioelectric field existed and that it appeared to accompany or even precede an organism’s biochemistry or organization.
Dr Valerie Hunt, from experiments done in connection with dolphin-assisted therapy, concluded that disease has its origins in the energy field at an atomic level which progressively manifests in the molecular, cellular and body-system levels. Assuming the energy field to be fixed, the application of subtle energy effect changes that lead to the human body gradually healing itself.
A cell, organ, system or energetic body can become blocked or unbalanced as a result of the toxins and pollutants in our food, air and water, traffic exhausts, ozone depletion, unhealthy processed foods, a high level of stress and a work regime with little or no allowance for relaxation. Vibrating at lower than its optimal frequency, the body, then, becomes susceptible to negative energies and invading forces and, eventually, disease (dis-ease) and illness.
We know from quantum physics that every cell in our body and every atom in the universe are in a state of vibration. We and everything on the planet vibrate or oscillate. Two oscillating entities will tend to lock into phase so that they vibrate in harmony. The weaker of the two entities tends to adjust to the stronger one's vibration.
This is the principle of entrainment that explains why energy applied to the incongruent energy field of a diseased organ enables that energy field to resonate in tandem with the surrounding fields. Vibrations of the right kind applied to our body create the resonance required to re-establish balance in the body. This resonance is the cornerstone of vibrational therapy.
Vibrational medicine in its various forms goes back thousands of years. It does not contradict conventional medicine but opens up our understanding of preventive medicine and the mind-body mechanics of complementary healing methods. While western medicine places its emphasis on pathology or disease symptoms, vibrational medicine emphasizes the specific vibrational frequencies, latent within the cells, that allows the body/mind/spirit to become more complete, more harmonized, and ultimately more healthy.
“Vibrational medicine is a diagnostic and healing approach to illness using energy in various forms and frequencies. As a therapy, vibrational medicine is the application of different types of energy for healing, including approaches as traditional as X-ray and radiation therapy for cancer, the use of electrical nerve stimulation for treating pain, and electromagnetic field stimulators for accelerating the healing of fractured bones. Even full spectrum light is used for treating seasonal affective disorders or the ‘winter blues’.
However, vibrational medicine also covers the more subtle forms of treatment such as acupuncture, homeopathy, flower essences, therapeutic touch, and that sort of genre. The latter involve using subtle life-force medicine, but they are energetic therapies nonetheless. This is the spectrum from the more traditional to a range of therapies that stress treatment of the whole person, sometimes referred to as ‘complementary’ medicine.”
….........Dr Richard Gerber, M.D.