Everything in the universe has a vibrational frequency, which is aptly called a resonant frequency. As Albert Einstein once said, “Everything in life is vibration.” Everything has its own vibrational frequency, which means they vibrate at different rates. As human beings, we also have vibrational frequencies.
These vibrational frequencies can be measured in Hertz (Hz). For human beings, it is assumed that a healthy frequency level for humans is between 62 and 72 Hz. When a person’s frequency falls below 62 Hz, they are more susceptible to disease and illness.
Everything Nature is made of atoms that are in constant motion, and depending on the speed of these atoms, things appear as solids, liquids or gases. The body, like everything else in the universe, vibrates at its own frequency. When the body is moving at a specific frequency of the disease, it is necessary to interrupt this frequency and replace it with another frequency of ideal health and balance.
Similarly, each microorganism (bacteria, fungus, viruses, amoeba, parasites, mould, etc.) has a specific and unique frequency (or Mortal Oscillatory Rate). When you transfer more of this same frequency to microorganisms, it causes structural stress, and the pathogen becomes inactive or dies.
The brain is a highly complex tone generator that commands the body’s systems through frequency. It is known that the human body can produce mechanical vibrations at a shallow frequency, so-called infrasonic waves. Such low-frequency vibrations are caused by bodily processes such as heartbeat, respiratory movement, blood flow to the vessels, and other procedures.
Different human body organs produce different resonance frequencies. The resonance frequency of the heart is one Hz, the brain has a resonance frequency of 10 Hz, and blood circulation is about 0.05 to 0.3 Hz.
Scientists have discovered that the observed vibrations are connected to the cardiovascular system, which performs its proper movements simultaneously with the work of the heart. Three kinds of infrasonic vibrations were registered. The first type of wave is associated with the heartbeat. The second is the rhythm of the human respiratory system. The third, called the Traube-Hering waves, is accompanied by emotional stress. Thus, it may be possible to judge the human emotional state by the frequency response of the amplitude of these waves.
What Is Frequency Medicine?
In general, frequency medicine refers to the use of acoustic fields and sometimes electromagnetic fields to improve health and well-being. The use of electromagnetic frequencies to evaluate and create specific resonance effects on living cells is known as frequency medicine.
In other words, wellness evaluation is measured by examining the frequency of discharge from the body, and then, the EMF of the selected frequency and intensity is applied to the body to achieve the desired health benefits.
The Fundamentals of Frequency Medicine
The most fundamental level of everything, according to modern string theory, is vibration. When a living cell is subjected to the appropriate electromagnetic frequencies, it will vibrate/resonate in predictable ways, leading to healing. Small microcurrents of EMF at specific frequencies, for example, have been found to destroy cancer cells while leaving healthy cells unharmed in studies.
Most importantly, state-of-the-art equipment that can detect how cells vibrate can be used to identify problems and expose cells to specific frequencies for therapeutic effects, but science is still too young.
How is frequency medicine used for healing?
Frequency therapy is approached in a variety of ways by alternative medicine practitioners. Here are two examples:
General body scan
General Body Scan
This method examines the entire person in order to determine the frequency produced by that person. The scan looks for any abnormalities in the frequency levels of the organs and other bodily parts. This can assist in determining the condition of each organ as well as detecting the presence of hazardous organisms or pathogens.
This method can give a clearer picture of whether or not organs are performing at their best. It can aid in the detection of harmful bacteria and viruses. After that, frequency therapists can concentrate on restoring affected areas to optimal vibrational levels.
This procedure is usually performed after a general body scan. Once a problem location or organ has been identified, it can be targeted for healing.
Each organ has its own frequency of operation. Some examples are as follows:
Brain 72-78 Hz
Lungs 58-65 Hz
Heart 67-70 Hz
Stomach 58-65 Hz
Pancreas 60-80 Hz
Liver 55-60 Hz
Invasion of the body by toxins and viruses occurs at low rates. As a result, when a pathogen targets a specific organ, the frequency of reading for that organ is reduced.
The goal of frequency therapy is to get the frequency back to where it should be while also removing the disease at the same time.
What is biofeedback?
Biofeedback is a non-invasive, drug-free, pain-free, and surgery-free therapeutic method that allows patients to receive feedback on how their bodies or brains are working and then utilize that information to improve their bodies or brain function. Special sensors that detect heart rate, respiration, blood pressure, or brain activity are used in biofeedback therapy to capture a person’s psychophysiological condition. After receiving this information, the patient can attempt to alter his or her heart rate, breathing rate, blood pressure, or brain activity.
Biofeedback Helps with Stress Relief
When people are in the workplace or in vehicles, they are frequently exposed to vertical vibrations. Long-term exposure, especially at its resonant frequency, may cause severe stress and discomfort in the human body. Biofeedback is effective for stress management because most illnesses are caused by stress and a lack of harmony in one’s life. It can assist people who are suffering from the following conditions:
Blushing or sweating
Cold and clammy hands
Shortness of breath
Learning difficulties and more.
This is a great way to increase your vibration and improve your health through stress management and self-care. Neurofeedback therapy, often known as Neurotherapy, is a type of biofeedback. Neurofeedback is a research-based intervention that uses brain training activities to improve brain function. When you’re anxious or stressed, your brain cells can become overactive.
Brain science has shown that repeated exercise of brain networks, for example, involved with neurofeedback, has the potential to reshape the brain. It helps improve brain wave patterns as well as enhance connections between neurons and networks. In addition to enhancing the parasympathetic nervous system, neurofeedback therapy lowers blood pressure and heart rate. Many patients experience a reduction in stress after 20-60 sessions of neurofeedback.
The mood was enhanced when the left front side of the brain was trained to be more active than the right using neurofeedback therapy, according to many controlled trials.
Biofeedback is most commonly used to help people control their stress response by allowing them to recognize when it is happening and use relaxation techniques such as deep breathing, visualization, and meditation to reduce physiological arousal. Many of biofeedback’s advantages stem from your body’s greater relaxation and the lack of a chronically triggered fight-or-flight response. Chronic stress can be a trigger for a variety of poor health conditions, so this can make a noticeable difference in how people feel and how their bodies function.
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