The New Model of “Medicine”
A number of pioneering researchers in science and medicine are embracing a blended world view of healing that combines the best of ancient and modern viewpoints of the human body and the varied approaches to achieve wellness. These ideas differ from the current model of medicine. Whereas the existing worldview of medicine sees the body as a great clockwork machine of biological gears and parts, the new worldview of healing sees the body as a complex energy system. The present worldview of medicine sees illness as something that happens to people because of exposure to an infectious bacterium or virus, a trauma to the body, a toxic chemical ingestion, or an inherited abnormal gene.
The new paradigm of healing digs deeper into what makes us holders of disease. Our current world view of medicine does not consider consciousness to be an important causative factor in illness, but, instead merely a by-product of the neurochemical and electrical reaction’s in a person’s brain. In the old school, consciousness was seen not as a cause but as something that was affected by a person’s state of illness. The existing medical model recognized that being chronically ill could make someone feel depressed, but depression was never seen as playing a contributing role in bringing about physical illness.
Newer insights gleaned from research into the effects of emotional stress on the body and its potential to inhibit the body’s immune system are gradually affecting medicine. Stress, consciousness and our attitudes toward life play key roles in the new world theories of who becomes sick and who stays well. Just exactly how consciousness and the human spirit affect our susceptibility to illness by enhancing or inhibiting our natural immune defenses is a complex subject.
The new model of medicine is part of an emerging field of what has been called “vibrational medicine,” a science that is part old and part new. It is a synthesis of the best of ancient healing lore combined with the latest discoveries in science to produce an entirely new approach to diagnosing and treating illness. Vibrational medicine is based upon modern scientific insights into the energetic nature of the atoms and molecules making up our bodies, combined with ancient mystical observations of the body’s unique life-energy systems that are critical but less understood aspects of human functioning.
Rather than seeing the body as a sophisticated machine, animated only by electrochemical reactions, 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. In the world of vibrational medicine, illness is thought to be caused not only by germs, chemical toxins and physical trauma, but also by chronic dysfunctional emotional energy patterns and unhealthy ways of relating to ourselves and other people. Rather than relying on drugs and scalpels to treat illness, the vibrational-medicine approach to healing employs the use of different forms of energy, both electromagnetic and subtle life energy, to bring about healing changes in the body, mind and spirit of the sick individual.
Vibrational medicine refers to an evolving viewpoint of health and illness that takes into account all the many forms and frequencies of vibrating energy that contribute to the “multidimensional” human energy system. The most basic such form is the matter that composes the physical body. According to the new perspective of Einsteinian and quantum psychics, the biochemical molecules that make-up the physical body are actually a form of vibrating energy.
Since all energy vibrates and oscillates at different rates, at least, at the atomic level, the human body is really composed of different kinds of vibrating energy. The term “vibrational energy” comes from this fact. More specifically, vibrational medicine is an approach to the diagnosis and treatment of illness based on the idea that we are all unique energy systems. By using a vibrational medicine approach, it is possible to diagnose different types of illnesses based on a knowledge of the different frequencies of energy that can be measured coming from the human body. (EKG’s are a form of vibrational medicine…they are measuring the electrical energy). Unfortunately, the medical industry will interpret these results from a viewpoint of the body merely being a biomechanism.
In the current medical dynamic, the “why” disease occurs and the lack of appreciation of seemingly intangible things such as emotion, consciousness and the energy and life-force of soul and spirit are completely disregarded. The newly emerging vibrational model of human functioning provides practitioners with the bridge they need in order to go beyond traditional medicine to grasp the contributions of the human mind and spirit in various states of health and illness. The vibrational or energetic model of healing does not deny the validity of discoveries in molecular biology or the biomechanical functions of the body’s organs. It merely puts them into the perspective of the bigger picture. For example, we know that the cells of our bodies are fed by various nutrients derived from the food we eat as well as oxygen from the air we breathe. But are cells are also fed by a continuous stream of life-force energy.
We possess a variety of specialized energy-distributing systems that support the cells and organs of our bodies. These energy systems are affected by different factors that can enhance or inhibit the flow of life-force energy to the cells and organs of our bodies. Among those critical factors are such things as our emotions, our relationships to others, our ability to give and receive love, and even our relationship with God (Spirit). These emotional and spiritual factors are of great importance to the sustenance and support of the tissues and organs of our bodies.
In the vibrational-medicine model, it is the beingness of our spirit and its experiential journey through the physical world that creates the real adventure and mystery of a person’s life. The vibrational-medicine perspective may also do a better job of acknowledging the contribution of spirit in human health and disease than the current view of medicine does.
The vast majority of people have forgotten their spiritual origins. Their conscious mind thinks only about those matters they can touch or taste or feel with their physical five senses. And yet it is this realm of spirit that is the hidden reality behind the true nature of health and illness when viewed from the perspective of vibrational medicine and its understanding of the multidimensional human being.
From A Practical Guide To Vibrational Medicine Richard Gerber M.D.
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