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Published on 12/1/2020 additional information available

The new age vibrational frequency is here.

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Scientists are helping to bridge the gap between traditional Western medicine and complementary therapies to help us understand the differences between the two.

They are also helping health care professionals to work with both to create holistic healthcare treatment for their clients that address body, mind and spirit.

What is vibrational medicine?

Vibrational frequency medicine is an approach to the diagnosis and treatment of illness based on the idea that we are all unique energy systems. Using this approach it is possible to diagnose different types of illnesses.

This is based on knowledge of the different frequencies of energy that can be measured coming from the human body.

There are many examples of vibrating energy – sound, light, radio waves, x-rays and microwaves are some of them.

Vibrational frequency medicine takes into account all forms of vibrating energy that contribute to the human energy system.

From the perspective of quantum physics the biochemical molecules that make up the physical body are also a form of vibrating energy.

It was Albert Einstein who came up with the famous E=mc2 theory which mathematically described how matter and energy are interrelated and interchangeable; that is to say that matter and energy are two different forms of the same thing.

Cells contain molecules that are made up of even smaller components called atoms.

Einstein’s theory was tested and proven at the atomic level. Therefore, at the atomic level the human body can be said to be composed of different types of vibrating energy.

The new age vibrational frequency is here.



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