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Is Healing in Our Court?

By May 22, 2009 - 11:18pm
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I happen to believe that disease has an energetic root. It is hard to explain but as I research further in the field of Energy Medicine I cannot help and wonder whether the whole medical system has it all wrong. Last time I check we are not only "flesh" made up of molecules and cells. Our biochemistry is one part of who we are. But new areas of scientific exploration are looking closely at the relationship of biochemistry and biophysics. Humans are energetic beings. NO ONE can deny that. Our molecules are an aggregate of sub-atomic energy/particles. The "new" medicine is beginning to explain the ability of the human body to "self-heal" But how does that work? Here are a couple of links that may help you expand your understanding of this "new medicine"



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I could not access one of the links either, but I Google the name of the movie "the living matrix" and was able to find the trailer on YouTube

A friend saw it at a special showing here in the Bay area, I am glad I got to see a little of it. I have ordered my own copy because I also think many of our illnesses do not start in the physical body. As a nurse who has spent 24 years in the profession, I no longer adhere to thinking the answers to healing are in drugs or other "quick fixes". Most of our patients are just not seeing the big picture of healing and the role they play in their own recovery.

From the trailer of the movie I gather it is not about just another mind over body production, this documentary seems to be hard science or evidence that the human body has an energetic field and that scientists have found the way to tap into this field or that people themselves will begin to understand their own energy field when dealing with health and healing.

May 24, 2009 - 10:29am
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I read through the NPR article (the other needed me to download an application so I didn't apply it) and it brings up great points to ponder.
While I do tend to believe (as many others do) that near death experiences like shining lights, tunnels and sounds are actually hallucinations, rather than nearly entering the afterlife, I also believe in the power of prayer and positive thinking.

The power of prayer does not have to be religious. That seems a little paradoxical but it's really not. Praying (to whom or whatever) works, when a person is ill. It's along the same lines as positive thinking, meditation and channeling internal energy. These methods are integral in the healing process.

Are they necessary? Well, no. There's many a person who uses mainstream medicine alone and recovers well and there are many who believe in channeling energy, positive thinking, prayer and self-healing beliefs who, unfortunately, do not recover, even if they also use mainstream methods.

But I do believe that both can and should be used together, to promote healing.

Thanks for the share, it gives us a lot to think about!

May 23, 2009 - 4:53am
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