Did you know? Our body is made of an estimated 7*1027 (that’s a 7 followed by 27 zeros!) energetic atoms. Let’s use them for good!
Everything on this planet, including animals, plants, and water are made of atoms which produce, emit, and receive energy which operates at a specific frequency. Everything – all our tissues, cells, organs, emotions and thought patterns – have their own unique electro-magnetic fields, as do allergens, viruses, bacteria and fungi.
We tend to reduce our bodies’ anatomy down to a simplified version that consists of only flesh and blood. Grasping the intangible – something we cannot immediately experience through our senses – can be challenging.
This limited understanding of the intangible has led us to ignore therapies and practices which have the capability to heal our bodies from disease by reading and correcting the electrical energy or frequencies.
The Beginnings of Biofeedback
Quantum physicists are in the process of discovering the intangible laws of electro-magnetism, which will inevitably change the way we practice conventional Western medicine. Many areas of the world, however, have been using this invisible energy for diagnosis and healing for thousands of years in acupuncture and other ancient healing therapies.
Imbalances that reside in our bodies and minds can be detectable and reduced via the correction of their particular electro-magnetic fields, through the means of biofeedback.
The beginning of biofeedback can be traced back to Claud Bernard who proposed in 1865 that the body strives to maintain a steady state in the internal environment and that humans can take control over their physiologic functions to achieve a level of wellness. After World War II, a mathematician named Norbert Wiener developed cybernetics, which is “the scientific study of control and communication in the animal and the machine.”
Healthy tissue is said to respond in a predictable way, while unhealthy tissues will conduct pulses differently. Traumatized, inflamed or degenerative tissue all produce abnormal readings compared to the patient’s baseline norm. Thus in the cybernetic loop, the a biofeedback machine measures the body’s frequencies and produces feedback for wound healing, pain reduction, relaxation and stress reduction through electrical stimulation.
The Beginnings of Biofeedback
Biofeedback machines calculate the body’s impulses or frequencies and communicates these readings to the machine. In the late 1920’s, Dr. Royal Raymond Rife invented the Rife Machine – one of the first frequency generator. According to Dr. Rife, every disease has a frequency. He found that certain frequencies can prevent the development of disease and that others would even destroy it.
The three most common types of biofeedback therapy are:
Thermal Biofeedback which measures skin temperature.
Electromyography which is used to measures muscle tension.
Neuro Feedback which measures brain wave activity.
Biofeedback machines provide us with in-depth knowledge about what is happening in our body and it enables involuntary responses to be measured. During biofeedback therapy, electrodes are generally attached to the patient’s skin which in turn sends the in-depth information to the equipment.
Once the imbalances and stresses have been identified, the machine’s programme is selected from a vast database of vibrational biofeedback therapies to help return balance and relief for the patient.
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