there are multiple modalities that mainstream science has yet to give a nod to, which just might re-train or reprogram our DNA — even cells which have become cancerous or are mutilated by the onslaught of toxins in our environment and negative emotional baggage which has been proven to have an undesirable impact on health. Many people have compared human DNA to the Internet. It communicates immense amounts of information in microcosmically small, but significant ways, mimicking a vast network of information portals, not unlike the billions of websites connected to one another all over the world. It may account for our intuition, spontaneous healing, and a number of other phenomena that mainstream science is just beginning to understand.
The Rife machine is a frequency healing device created by Dr. Royal Raymond Rife. Dr. Rife was a great scientist who had the vision of inventing a frequency generator with the potential to heal all kinds of diseases. As an inventor and scientist, he dedicated his life to study the relationship between frequency and disease. His research helped him discover that all microorganisms, including cancer cells, viruses and bacteria, have their own unique resonance frequency.
One of the greatest lessons I learned studying Ayurveda with Maya Tiwari, was to be prudent with the use of herbs. We know how dangerous it is to be taking multiple prescription drugs, but we think nothing of chugging down handfuls of herbal supplements on a daily basis for months, or even years, at a time. Yes, herbs are food, but just like certain foods have contraindications for people, so do herbs, and an easy-does-it approach always works best. Sometimes just a pinch of an herb is more than enough to do the trick.
Mediation has been proven to be more effective than morphine at treating chronic pain? More than 76 million people suffer from chronic pain – whether it is from diabetes, heart disease, arthritis, or a host of other physical conditions. The best part – you don’t have to be a seasoned monk to get pain-management benefits from meditating.
Digital medicine combined with quantum healing technology is able to heal the body at the energy level because it deals with the quantum realm. The quantum realm is a world filled with infinite possibility. A place where the “dream world” and material world meet. Once the interaction between thought and energy decides on a possibility, they are then projected from the quantum realm into the material world as things that you can sense through your five senses.
A=432 Hz, known as Verdi’s ‘A’ is an alternative tuning that is mathematically consistent with the universe. Music based on 432Hz transmits beneficial healing energy, because it is a pure tone of math fundamental to nature. According to Richard Huisken, music tuned to 432 Hz is softer and brighter, giving greater clarity and is easier on the ears. Many people experience more meditative and relaxing states of body and mind when listening to such music. The natural musical pitch of the universe gives a more harmonic and pleasant sound than 440 Hz.
Here in the Northeastern US where I live, the transition from Vata Season to Kapha Season has begun. You can feel the sudden change from dry (Vata) to damp (Kapha) the minute you step outside. Wet snow and sleet are coming down outside my window as I write. The season usually begins mid-February and runs until May, when the weather becomes warm and dry.
In either case, Ayurveda believes that the transition between seasons is perilous in terms of our health, and we need to be particularly vigilant as our body adjusts to the changing climate. I say a hearty good riddance to Vata Season! It’s been a very challenging time for me this year.
There is no lack of scientific confirmation for the indisputable value of fermented food for the promotion of health and wellbeing. In fact, one could consider fermented foods like kimchi, natto, apple cider vinegar, and even – in moderation – wine, coffee, chocolate and beer, ‘medical foods’ of sorts.
Researchers in Israel have discovered that turmeric’s curcumin may be a potentially effective natural treatment for liver cirrhosis, an ailment where normal, healthy tissues in the liver are replaced with scar tissues.
Inevitably in our lives we find ourselves dealing with trauma. It might be ours or a friend or loved one’s. I have learned that no one is immune, and no one’s trauma is any more or less important than someone else’s. This is a very crucial lesson we need to learn. Because the danger lies not so much in the act itself, but in our reaction to it and how we process it.
Trauma runs the gamut, of course, from the unthinkable–such as being the victim of a violent crime or witnessing the horrors of war–to hurtful or unwelcome words spoken to us. In our modern world, the trauma is often delivered via text or email. And there’s the trauma that comes along with grief following a death, a divorce, or the loss of a home or a job. They are all valid and equally in need of our attention.
As a copious amount of studies would suggest, the spice turmeric is one of the most healing foods in existence. A recent study on the benefits of turmeric was published in the journal Phytotherapy Research in 2012.
Herbal remedies not only boost lung health, but they can heal respiratory infections and even repair lung damage. Here are 15 of the best herbs to boost lung health.
A promising new study published in the journal Hypertension titled, “Potent antihypertensive action of dietary flaxseed in hypertensive patients,” reveals that dietary flaxseed may represent a powerful therapeutic intervention in patients with cardiovascular disease.
Not all ‘cinnamons’ are created equal. The kind you find in your local grocery store may be able to reduce your blood sugar, but a more expensive variety could be even better. Cassia cinnamon is the kind of cinnamon you likely have in your kitchen right now. It’s more abundant and is the type sold in most grocery stores. Ceylon cinnamon is a milder cousin to Cassia, and may be safer to take in higher doses.
In China, reishi mushrooms have earned the nickname, “The Mushrooms of Immortality,” and if their longstanding reputation is any indication, this nickname could be appropriate for a few different reasons. The benefits of these mushrooms aren’t only applicable to diseases and conditions that existed thousands of years ago, but to those that plague mankind today as well.