Vibrational Medicine


What is Vibrational Medicine?

The fundamental concept of Vibrational Medicine is based on the premise that everything in the universe, including human beings, vibrates. We are a living energy field with a particular amplitude and frequency. Every part of us – our organs, cells, organelles, thoughts, emotions, and so on produce unique vibrational signatures or patterns that carry information about the state of our health. 

Energy medicine involves recognising the information produced by the body and creating an enhancing or counteracting vibrational or energetic pattern to help the body restore its state of balance.

The origins of Vibrational Medicine


The phrase “vibrational medicine” is widely attributed to Dr Richard Gerber, following on from his ground-breaking book “Exploring Vibrational Medicine.”

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.”

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, 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.

How does Vibrational Medicine work?


Vibrational Medicine approach I use in my practice offers a rigorous diagnostic and treatment system. Designed by Jack Temple and further developed by Helen Petrow (MD), it combines knowledge from Western and Eastern medicine and healing arts. 

Vibrational remedies are made by extracting vibrational signatures from natural sources, such as light/energy, plants, minerals, sound, sacred geometry, power places, etc., and delivering them into the body. Energy patterns are transmitted into a base substance (alcohol, oil, distilled water) using a homoeopathic machine and delivered into the body via specific points on the skin over relevant acupuncture points, meridians, or organs.

Carefully and well-designed remedies can bring about profound positive changes in their recipients, working through many levels, from the subtle (mind, spirit, etc.) to the physical (tissues, organs, cells, etc.) and offer effective, pain-free healing to almost any ailment that affects humans and animals alike.