Vibrational Medicine is not a single area of study or practice, but a term used to cover a very wide array of approaches, methodologies, technologies and scientific study in the context of health, healing and medicine which moves far beyond the modern Western Allopathic framework. This under-publicized area of medicine is FULL OF SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY AND TESTING – which is developing so rapidly and in such surprising ways, that the boundaries between “pure” science and what has before been termed as “nonsense”, are rapidly merging and fading. It is becoming more and more acceptable for DOCTORS, SCIENTISTS AND TECHNOLOGISTS to use and explain phenomena like the amazing effects of energy, such as light or bioresonance and information on healing.
EVERYTHING EXISTS IN A STATE VIBRATION, AND EVERY ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD IS CHARACTERIZED BY VIBRATION RATES OR FREQUENCIES WHICH CAN BE MEASURED. THE HUMAN ORGANISM IS NOT EXCEPTION.
The word “vibrational energy” conjures up an image of something vibrating or making sound.
Sound waves are the most familiar form of vibrations people think about when they use the term “vibrational”. But sound waves are actually just one form of vibrating energy. Light is another form of vibration or oscillating energy. They are two examples of the many types of energy that makes up the so-called electromagnetic spectrum, which also includes radio waves, television broadcasts, X rays, ultrasonic waves, and microwaves.
Hence, 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 scientific discoveries of Einstein’s law of particle / wave duality and quantum physics, the biochemical molecules that make up the physical body are actually a form of vibrating energy.
REFERENCE: Book / Vibrational Medicine for the 21st century (Richard Gerber M.D.)