Monday, April 12, 2010
Vibrational medicine incorporates healing methods that use vibrational energy frequencies to facilitate healing. Since we are all multi-level vibrational beings, vibrational healing methods are a powerful way to support health and wellness. Vibrational healing includes methods that apply healing energies from nature (such as laying on of hands therapies, Bach flower essences, essential oils, herbs, crystals, and homeopathic remedies) as well as frequencies generated by computer and electromagnetic instruments (Rife machines, laser and LED lights, sound generators, quantum biofeedback instruments, etc.)
Our bodies depend on light and sound for cellular communication and there are multiple layers of energy that underlie the physical body. Metaphysical teachers often name and describe the non-physical layers of the energy system, and intuitive healers interact with those energetic layers to foster healing. These practices have been present in human cultures for thousands of years. Now, these traditional methods are being integrated with modern technology and sensing methods such as kirlian photography and quantum computing systems to identify and treat energetic imbalances.
Energy medicine offers healing potentials that are beyond the limitations of conventional chemical-based medicine. If your health concerns aren't effectively addressed by ordinary treatments there is a good chance that energy healing approaches can provide better results. Disturbances need to be treated on the levels where they are present to get the best opportunity for healing to occur. Since most of our "self" exists in these subtle energy fields we have the greatest opportunity for healing when we work with these deeper layers of our being. Those wishing to learn more can find many books on energy medicine and vibrational medicine. Some good energy healing references can be found at http://www.phinsights.com/reiki1.html
Jed Shlackman, LMHC, C.Ht. is an energy healer and professional counselor in Miami, FL.
Jed can be reached by phone at (305) 259-0013