Vibrational medicine – also known as energetic medicine or vibrational therapy – is a type of alternative healing principle. The machine utilizes the dynamic energy systems of the mind, body and spirit to promote healing. This healing method was developed by a researcher at the Stevens Institute of Technology in New Jersey. A vibrational tool utilizes the power of sound waves to invigorate the life force, diminish health disorders and promote spiritual healing.
To understand vibrational medicine, you need to know the basic principles of this alternative healing method:
Vibrational Medicine Principles
Healing the Body
Illnesses and health disorders are caused by subtle energy systems that coordinate the life force and the physical body. This generates a special form of vibration, which leads to certain diseases.
Manipulating the Vibrations
A skilled vibration practitioner has the power to manipulate different types of vibrations generated by the body to heal specific illnesses.
Vibration in Nature
Vibration is all around. Our bodies generate it, animals generate it, even plants and bodies of water generate vibrations. To heal the body, you need to use positive vibrations. These vibrations are generated by rivers, oceans, and streams. Lighting and thunderstorms also generate positive vibrations.
The Elements of Vibrations
The four elements of nature – earth, wind, fire, and water – generate different types of vibrations. And each vibration can be used for different purposes.
Different Types of Vibrational Healing Methods
Acupuncture is considered as a vibrational treatment. In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), fine needles are inserted in acupoints of the body. Within these points lie the life force called “qi.” If the qi flow is disrupted in any way, it causes various diseases. The needles adjust the qi flow to maintain continuous movement of positive energy.
Yes, aromatherapy is also a part of vibrational medicine. Just like how needles restore healthy vibrations in the body, different scents trigger healing too.
Vibrational medicine also covers chakra rebalancing, Bach Flower therapy, channeling, color therapy, color breathing, absent healing, Electroacupuncture, etheric touch, homeopathy, and flower essence therapy. Laserpuncture, mesmerism, Kirlian photography, moxibustion, the laying on of hands, meridian therapy, polarity therapy, orthomolecular medicine, psychic surgery, past-life regression, and psychic healing are also part of vibrational medicine. Finally, Simonton method, radionics, Transcendental Meditation, sono-puncture, toning, and therapeutic touch are also part of this healing method.
Sources of Vibrational Energies
A practitioner can heal an individual by harnessing the vibrations of water, sunlight, sand and stones. Plants, gems, and crystals can also be used to promote healing and heighten spirituality.
Different types of sounds generate vibrations called sound waves. Various types of sound waves can trigger body healing. For instance, music, which is a form of vibration, is harnessed to trigger the body to heal itself. And you don’t need a vibrational practitioner to do this. All you have to do is to listen or dance to soothing music to heal the body!
Harnessing electrical vibrations to heal the body is called Electromedicine. This is a special form of vibrational healing that utilizes electromagnetic fields to rebalance energies and treat emotional and physical ailments. However, because some people are more sensitive to electromagnetic waves than others, electromedicine should be conducted by a licensed practitioner.