Vibrational Medicine


The existing world view of medicine sees the body as a great clockwork machine of biological gears and parts. The new world view sees the body as a complex energy system.

Stress, consciousness and our attitudes toward life play key roles in the new world theories of who becomes sick and who stays well.

Vibrational medicine is a new model of medicine, a science part old and part new. It is a synthesis of the best of ancient healing methods combined with the latest discoveries in science to produce and entirely new approach to diagnosing and treating illness.

Rather than seeing the body as a sophisticated machine, vibrational medicine views the body as a complex, integrated life-energy system that provides a vehicle for human consciousness as well as a temporary housing for the creative expression of the human soul.

Illness is thought to be caused not only by germs, chemical toxins, and physical traumas, but also by chronic dysfunctional emotional-energy patterns and unhealthy ways of relating to ourselves and other people.

The vibrational-medicine approach to healing uses different forms of energy, both electromagnetic and subtle life energy, to heal the body, mind, and spirit of the sick person.


The Role Of Consciousness In Health and Illness

The new vibrational model of human beings sees consciousness as playing an integral role in heailth and illness.

Consciousness is not merely a by-product of electrical and chemical signal-processing in he human brain.

Consciousness is a kind of energy itself. In some ways, consciousness is a bit like the "ghost in the machine." We are not simply the sophisticated biological mainframe biocomputer of the rain and nervous system.

Human consciousness is more akin to the programmer who sits at the computer workstation, with that fabulous workstation being the human nervous system itself.

Consciousness has ghostlike qualities that allow it to reside not only in the brain but beyond the body itself. From the perspective of vibrational medicine, our consciousness is not limited to the brain and central nervous system but is also seen as an integral aspect of the human heart. The old adage of acting from the heart as well as from the brain actually has a basis in science. One might say there exists a form of "heart-based" consciousness that acts from a center of love, compassion, and empathy toward others.

In the vibrational medicine view of human functioning, our emotions are not just the result of neurochemical reactions in the limbic system or the emotional centers of our brain. Our emotions are also influenced by a greater spiritual energy field that encompasses and influences the entire physical body and nervous s stern. Our reactions to life are recorded. not only in the biochemical patterns of memory storage in the brain but also in the seven major life-energy centers of the body that help to nourish our cells and organs.

In the energetic view of human health, we are more than biological engines. We possess bodies that are energized and motivated by the forces of our spirit and soul. We are energetic beings whose ills may be healed not only by surgical procedures and drugs but also by different forms and frequencies of energy . It is this energetic viewpoint of human beings, as more than just flesh -and-blood mechanisms, that is embraced and described by the vibrational medicine model of human functioning.

The Human Energy System

The Acupuncture-Meridian Systems

The Seven Chakras

The Human Subtle Bodies and The Higher Spiritual Bodies


Nutritional Energy Inputs/Healthy Diet

Taking Care of the Physical Body

Healing with Homeopathy

Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine

Healing with Flower Essences

Healing with Color and Light

Magnetic Healing

Radionics and Distant Healing

Hands on Healing - Healing Touch Therapies

RESOURCES AND RECOMMENDED READINGS: Richard Gerber, M.D. ~ A Practical Guide To Vibrational Medicine


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