Vibration medicine focuses on balance. It is based on the principle that all matter vibrates to a specific frequency. When our bodies veer from their normal vibration, disease and ill effects can occur.
There are numerous types of vibrational healing. Some have been around for centuries, while others have developed in recent years. The following are the explanations of some of the forms of vibrational medicine.
Reiki is a form of vibrational medicine that involves our Ki, or life force. Practitioners study with Reiki masters. They promote relaxation and healing by the laying on of hands.
Reiki is based upon the principle that negative thoughts exist not only in the mind, but also throughout the body and energy field. By changing the negative vibrations, Reiki practitioners open the channel for Chi to flow freely in the body, allowing it to return to its original, healthy state.
Acupuncture is one of the oldest forms of healing the body. Over 2,500 years old, this technique involves stimulating specific points on the body using very thin needles. Acupuncture involves the same energy as Reiki, but it works on the assumption that the energy flows between two opposite points.
The stimulation of the needles on specific points on the body’s energy meridian affects the organ systems of the body. By changing their vibrations, the life force is recalibrated. This treats the illness or disorder at hand.
Homeopathy is a fairly common form of vibration medicine. Only 2% of people in the United States and Britain use it, but 15% of those in India have used homeopathy.
Similar to the other types of vibration medicine, homeopathy’s philosophy is based upon the principle that disease and illness are caused by a disturbance of the life force. In undiluted form, homeopathic medicine produces symptoms similar to those of the disease they are supposed to treat. But the medicines are diluted and shaken numerous times before being used by the patient, supposedly enhancing spirit-like energies in the drug.
Other Types of Vibration Medicine
New types of vibration medicine are being evaluated. One involves therapy with actual tiny vibrations, and is believed to be effective against osteoporosis. Study participants received the therapy for 10 minutes every day for one year, and their bone and muscle mass both increased.
Other types of vibration therapy include vibrations of sound and color. It is not clear how well these