Vibrational Medicine in West Lothian and the Highlands, Scotland
What is Vibrational Medicine?
Vibrational Medicine is one of my most comprehensive and effective treatment offerings. In simplest terms, Vibrational medicine is based on the scientific fact that all matter vibrates to a precise frequency. One of its premises states that by using resonant, or counteracting, vibrations, balance within an organism can be restored once again. For instance, to strengthen an organ, we would look for a resonant healthy vibration typical for this organ. On the other hand, in order to kill a virus or parasites, we will first identify the frequency of the invader and then ‘reverse’ it with the intent of cancelling, counteracting, the vibrational pattern of the target, rendering it dysfunctional.
This is only one example of applying vibrational principles for healing. There are multiple known ways of restoring balance in the body, using vibrations derived from sound, colour, even written or spoken word and thought…
How did Vibrational Medicine originate?
The phrase “vibrational medicine” itself is widely attributed to Dr Richard Gerber, following on from his groundbreaking book “Exploring Vibrational Medicine.”
The vibrational approach to healing helps the body’s natural ability to rebalance itself by strengthening weak areas and neutralising harmful influences, using exclusively natural remedies.
The approach is based on the premise that everything in the universe vibrates. As Nicola Tesla put it:
If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.
― Nikola Tesla (scientist and inventor; electricity, the radio, TV, etc.) ―
The contemporary concept of vibration is derived from discoveries within the scientific field of Quantum Physics finding that all living organisms (people, animals, plants, viruses, bacteria, etc.) possess a unique vibrational frequency, and emit an energy field. This field, also known as the aura, has been scientifically registered, using Kirlian photography and other methods. The auric field of a healthy organism is vibrant, clear, and even, while a weakened and diseased body emanates a disturbed field.
The cosmos is within us. We are made of star-stuff. We are a way for the universe to know itself.
― Carl Sagan (astronomer, cosmologist, astrophysicist, astrobiologist) ―
The approach to vibrational medicine that I use is my own adaptation of the teachings of Jack Temple and that of the head of The Scottish School of Vibrational Medicine Dr Helen Petrow, (MD). The approach encompasses my own proprietary methods and the teachings of a wide range of complementary therapies, including homoeopathy, herbalism, radionics, kinesiology, Chinese medicine & acupuncture, and radiesthesia.
From my experience, I know that carefully and well-designed remedies can bring about profound positive changes in their recipients, as they work on many levels, from the subtle (energy, mind, etc.) to the physical (tissues, cells, etc.). Such vibrational remedies can deliver effective, pain-free healing to almost any ailment that affects humans and animals alike.
In my practice, I have seen amazing transformations in people with severe psychiatric issues. Babies successfully conceived after multiple unsuccessful pregnancies and IVF treatments. Digestive and skin issues disappearing within days. Emotional trauma dealt with within a session, leaving no scars. Musculoskeletal and nerve dysfunctions causing pain in the spine and limbs (such inflammation of the sciatic nerve), among many others.
How does Vibrational Medicine work in practice?
In practice, multiple complementary vibrational signatures are used in combination to deliver the correct treatment. These treatments can be applied in a number of ways, depending upon the root cause of the problem. For example, a few drops rubbed onto the body at specifically targetted points. I use a combination of approaches to identifying the root cause, including Kinesiology, Dowsing, discussion with the client, symptom analysis, and other proprietary techniques.
The intention and focus of both the therapist and the client are key. In any form of healing, whether it be Allopathic or Alternative, it has been proven by numerous medical studies that a patients intention ( or wish) to heal, and their holding of a positive attitude towards their success, all play significant factors in producing a positive outcome from treatment.
In identifying the root cause of client problems, whether emotional, mental, physical or spiritual, I will most often end up “drilling down” to the level of examining groups of individual cell types, or even organelles, where the imbalance is rooted. Once cause and location are identified, both my client and I will focus our attention (and intention) on those specific cells.
Why Choose Vibrational Therapy with Me?
Vibrational Medicine offers a rigorous structure for identifying causes and a further dimension to the treatment. Introduced by Jack Temple and further developed by Helen Petrow (MD), Vibrational Medicine treats physical, emotional, and spiritual issues, using both, knowledge of conventional medicine and ancient wisdom. My approach has evolved from training with The Scottish School of Vibrational Medicine, my own extensive reading and research, experience and intuition. It combines Western and Eastern traditions, with ‘diagnostics’ and treatment techniques rooted in both physical and energy anatomy and physiology. My ‘diagnostic’ tools include some proprietary methods as well as dowsing, kinesiology (muscle testing), and questioning.
When designing a vibrational remedy, every part of the being is thus considered – from subatomic (electrons, tachyons, bradyons, etc.) particles to sub-cellular structures (organelles, DNA, cell receptors, etc.) and elements of consciousness and the mind. Remedies are made by ‘capturing’ and preserving relevant vibrational signatures (of sound, light, plants, gems, sacred spaces, etc.) which generally are applied on the skin over relevant acupuncture points, meridians, or organs.
Acupuncture meridians are a structure of channels within the energy system, similar to a transportation system, circulating energy and fluids throughout the whole body. Thus, applying a vibrational remedy on relevant meridians allows it to be transported to the right destination, i.e., the diseased structure, organ, cell, etc., fast.
I incorporate many other disciplines into my practice, including psychology, elements of EFT and NLP, energy healing, naturopathy, radionics, massage, numerology, clairvoyance, etc.
How Are Vibrational Remedies Designed?
As an example of a typical exploration prior to creating a remedy, consider a simple case of chronic tonsillitis. Tonsilitis is an inflammation of the tonsils, caused by a viral or bacterial infection. When designing treatment, first, we will examine the person’s state of general health. This takes place on multiple levels. For instance, we will test the efficiency of physiological systems (e.g., Immune, Lymphatic, Nervous, Digestive systems, etc.) to reveal possible weaknesses.
We will also explore all relevant emotional triggers related to the disease and mental blocks to healing. Tonsillitis relates to the throat chakra, which is a centre in the human subtle anatomy mainly responsible for communication. Our throat centre weakens when we fail to express our truth, often of fear of being ridiculed and judged by our environment. It also bears locked in the tissues and neuro-pathways emotional trauma. Identifying the source of trauma is important in the making of the remedy, as each emotion possesses a unique vibrational signature.
So, in this case, questions such as these may be asked of the healee:
- Are you truthful and clear with yourself and others, or do you prefer to lie and suppress your desire to communicate your needs?
- Do you feel restricted and constrained in your relationships?
- Do you find it difficult to express emotions?
- Did you have a fearful childhood or traumatic birth (cord wrapped around the neck)?
- Do you have a clear purpose in life? etc.
Of course, we would also examine other chakras, as well as the auric field and acupuncture meridians as potential sources for harbouring emotional trauma. We will also check them for blockages, stagnant energies, and other imbalances.
Depending on the issue at hand, we will have to review diet (especially in cases of allergies and food sensitivities) and physiology (posture, speech, facial expressions, and movement when treating structural issues), as part of the ‘diagnostic’ process. All these elements and many others can be contributory factors and are equally important for a complete picture.
Thus, when designing treatments, the aim is to identify and eliminate all possible underlying dis-ease factors interfering with the body’s state of equilibrium.