vibrational medicine


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vibrational medicine

Fringe medicine
A term coined by R Gerber for any form of alternative healthcare that attempts to alter factors in a client which cause disharmony in the flow of vital energy. The goal in vibrational medicine is to move, unblock or balance life energy over the physical, energetic and spiritual body.

Examples
Acupressure, acupuncture, aromatherapy, Bach flower remedies, chakra therapy, colour therapy, crystal therapy, gem therapy, healing, homeopathy, polarity, psychic surgery, Reiki, reflexology, therapeutic touch, toning.
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Energetic or vibrational medicine including Bach flower remedies, Australian bush flower remedies and homoeopathy
First, they can all be helped, and, second, they can all be helped with a gentle, hands-on process called Healing Touch, a type of vibrational medicine.
In vibrational medicine, the focus is on the body's series of frequencies (or vibrations).
Healing touch (FIT) is one type of vibrational medicine.
The mode of this work is reactionary in the sense that it is responding directly to trends identifiable in Western popular cultural spheres mentioned previously, as well as in the academy: frontier science or vibrational medicine in biomedicine (Gerber 2001), quantum mechanics in physics, and so-called "new age" or metaphysical studies in religion (Alabanese 2007).
Here the wisdom of the Bakongo-Bantu intersects with one of the frontiers in Western medicine termed vibrational medicine (Gerber 2001).
Contemporary health care and existing dominant discourses of the body and soul are being challenged by the rigors of science such as described by quantum physics, vibrational medicine (O'Brien 2002, p.
Richard Gerber on the largely unheeded benefits of acupuncture in his book, Vibrational Medicine for the 21st Century (Piatkus, pounds 20).
PSYCHONEUROIMMUNOLOGY AND VIBRATIONAL MEDICINE In addition to evolving as physical beings, humans are also evolving as spiritual beings.
The exploration of the subtle energies that act on human beings is leading to the development of a field called Vibrational Medicine.
However, the term also embraced more esoteric or non-traditional approaches to health care such as aura cleansing, chakra balancing, electromagnetic and electro-acupuncture technology, vibrational medicine, and polarity therapy.

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