Bioresonance Therapy – What is it?
Bioresonance, or more correctly, Bioresonance Therapy, is a non-invasive procedure that measures the electromagnetic signals emitted by your body and compares them to a databank of optimum readings, thereby revealing the particular stressors which are causing your “dis-ease”.
The healthy signals are strengthened and the unhealthy signals are corrected. Both are fed back to the body and stimulate the self-healing mechanisms that restore the proper balance and correct the problem.
This technique was pioneered in Germany by Regumed nearly 30 years ago. Continued research and development in Canada and Europe created more interest and it is now available in 85 countries around the world.
There are several machines available but the Bicom is the most popular and, in the hands of an experienced health professional, it is an accurate diagnostic tool and provides a safe and effective treatment.
Your first consultation may take up to an hour and you will be asked to place one hand on an electrical plate. An assessment will be made of your body’s electromagnetic make-up to test for stressors for the purpose of administering corrective therapy.
You will be sitting or lying on a magnetic modulation mat which will facilitate the biofeedback to your body.Depending on the progress you make you may have to return for a few additional sessions.
How does Bioresonance work?
Bioresonance is based on scientific advances in cell biology, biochemistry, and physics. Cells are 100 times more sensitive to electrical signals than to chemical intervention. Quantum physics revealed that all matter is made of compressed energy which has a duality – existing as particles and waves at the same time.
We have been forced to abandon long-held notions of the composition of the building blocks of our bodies replacing them with a photonic system. At the subatomic level, light keeps the electrons and other atomic particles of our body together and is the primary communication medium between cells.
In 1970 the German homeopath, Franz Morell, proved that all living cells generate electromagnetic waves in a particular frequency pattern. Stressed body organs or toxic substances generate frequency patterns that jam-up and interrupt healthy cell communication causing malfunctions and “dis-ease”.
Bioresonance therapy is able to filter healthy waves from unhealthy waves and using frequency inversion, cancels the harmful waves and strengthens the healthy waves, before feeding them back into the body.
This not only reduces the stresses in the affected organ but also stimulates the body’s self-regenerating properties – restoring the balance that ensures good health.
Does it work?
As long ago as 1913 Dr. Albert Abrams wrote, “each organ has its own vibrating weight”. He also announced that the rate is constant in health but changes during illness. One of the most sinned against scientists in history was Royal Richard Rife.
He invented the high magnification microscope (x30 000) and was the first to witness microbes being destroyed by specific frequencies. A visionary man who received 12 major scientific awards in his lifetime, he went on to investigate a perfectly viable cure for cancer.
His career was subsequently destroyed by the vested interests of those in the pharmaceutical supply chain who understood that medicating suffering patients was much more lucrative than curing a disease. He died a broken, destitute alcoholic.
For anyone interested in the history of Bioresonance the book by Barry Lynes called “The cancer cure that worked: fifty years of suppression” is a must read. (Biomed Publishing Group.1987)
Luckily there was a resurgence of interest in bioresonance in Europe in the 1970s. The researchers at the Brugermann Institute made strides in filtering out pathogenic oscillations.
Paul Schmidt tabulated the frequencies specific to many medical conditions and Bioresonance therapy treatment centers around the world are reporting positive results and the paradigm shift is supporting further research in what Dr. Hulda Regehr Clark called “A cure for all diseases” in her book written in 1993. (New Century Press.1995)
Yes, it does work.
Bioresonance: How can it help patients?
Being holistic and non-invasive Bioresonance therapy has many advantages:
- It has a wide array of applications and is particularly useful in chronic conditions
- Many patients present with more than one set of symptoms and diagnostic tests can be very accurate
- It can be used on the young, the old and the frail
- It can be used in veterinary medicine
- Working at the cellular level enhances the chances of early detection
- Many patients are becoming resistant to drugs and Bioresonance is not only drug-free, it restores balance almost immediately.