Please listen to this extract of Dr. Richard Gerber’s groundbreaking book, Exploring Vibrational Medicine.
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Vibrational Medicine is one of the most comprehensive and effective treatment that I offer. It is based on the scientific principles that all matter vibrates to a precise frequency and that by using resonant, or counter vibration, the balance of matter can be restored. This view of vibrational medicine is shown in the diagram below.
Vibrational medicine, in fact, encompasses the teachings of a wide range of complementary therapies including homeopathy, herbalism, radionics, kinesiology, chinese medicine & acupuncture, and radiesthesia. My approach is based on the teachings of Jack Temple, which has been further developed and taught through the Scottish School of Vibrational Medicine, in particular, Dr. Helen Petrow, Derek Talbot and late Bob Mitchel.
In practice, multiple complementary vibrational signatures are used to deliver the correct treatment, which are applied in a wide variety of ways depending upon the root cause of the problem. Your therapist will use a combination of approaches to identify this root cause by using Kinesiology, Dowsing, history and symptom analysis.
To identify the root cause of your problem, whether emotional, mental, physical or spiritual, we will most often 'work' our way down to the level of a cell or a group of cells within the body (even organelles) where the imbalance is rooted. Once the cause and the affected cell are identified, both you and your therapist can focus their attention (and intention) on that specific area.
In any healing, be it conventional medicine or an alternative approach, it has been proven by numerous medical studies that the patient's intent to heal and positive attitude towards their own healing success will play a huge role on the outcome of a treatment. We all know that stress and negative emotions damage our nervous and immune systems.
We now also know that negative emotions, stress and pessimism can stop us from healing. When we are stressed, we release hormones, including adrenaline (which increase our heart rate and elevates our blood pressure), and cortisol, the primary stress hormone (which increases sugars (glucose) in our bloodstream, alters immune system responses and suppresses digestive, reproductive and growth processes, as well as impacts on our mood, motivation and fear.
As any negative emotion creates some degree of stress in our bodies, it is vital for the success of your healing to keep positive attitude and allow your body to do its job in an environment that is pertinent for regeneration and not geared for self-
By creating a remedy that specifically and directly tackles the problem on a cellular level, it is possible to deliver effective, pain free, healing to almost any ailment that can affect any human or animal without limitation.
When receivingtheir treatment in my practice, there is no need for clients to undress. On occasion, a specific area of the body may require to be available to for examination or to apply a remedy.
No matter what issue you come to have treated, your comfort and discretion are assured at all times.
Existing simultaneously within all life are both matter and space, movement and stillness, sound and silence, light and darkness. The ability to travel across the entire range between these polar opposites is our natural state of being. However, most of us get stuck in one of these polarities from time to time, unable, or unwilling, for various reasons to continue freely flowing through the full range of the circle of life. Emotional trauma, for instance, often results in such a state of imbalance, forcing a change in our being at the cellular level, impacting us emotionally or physically.
Thus, Vibrational Medicine seeks to restore the balance in the equation of life. Where something is moving too fast, or contains too much energy, it seeks to release the excess of energy, by unblocking it, and vice versa where movement is too slow or stagnation is setting in, it works on restoring the cells’ natural vitality by returning its particles their spin, force and direction.
At a basic level, the vibrations work on the principle of resonance, the phenomenon of ‘like attracting (or resonating with) like’. An example that we may all remember from our school days is that when the C string on a piano or harp is struck, the other octave strings of C begin to vibrate as well. They are described as being in resonance with one another.
Just as everything in life contains unique vibrations, the remedies created by vibrational medicine therapists are unique and only relevant to your specific condition at this moment in time.
Your remedy is generally applied directly onto the skin on the areas corresponding to an relevant acupuncture meridian (on specific acupuncture points), areas of organs, vessels, tissues, etc.
Remedies are prepared in an alcohol base (usually high quality brandy), as this preserves them for longer, however they may also be prepared in gels, oils, creams, homeopathic sugar pills or in water depending upon what is identified as the most effective method to provide your body with the vibration it requires and when treating children or people intolerant to alcohol or alcohol-
Most remedies will require more than a single application. It is therefore important to the success of your healing that you adhere to the advice given by your therapist regarding the application of remedies.
In my experience, it is within he first 3 days after a session are when the major changes are felt. During this period a phenomenon called the "Healing Crisis" might occur (the symptoms may become worse before they become better). This is due to the body, being stimulated by the treatment, starts to release the toxins and blockages that had been the source of the health problem. Therefore drinking plenty of water to alleviate the symptoms is recommended particularly during this period.
The length of the treatment will depend solely upon the individual and the issue being treated (it severity, length of having it, initial causes, etc.). Some issues may resolve immediately, some in days or longer periods. Your therapist will advise of this during your session.
Please note that any advice offered either on this site or in my practice is not meant to substitute medical advice. For medical advice, please consult a relevant medical professional.