THIS Doctor is proven that healing happens when you increase your body’s VOLTAGE!
When you think about keeping your cells healthy, a common fact known by many today is that cells, by design, run optimally at 7.35 to 7.45. What you may not be aware of is that PH describes voltage in a liquid. But the PH or (potential hydrogen) means more than you think.
Your cells need between -20 and minus 25 millivolts (mV) to maintain the health of your cells. But, to make NEW cells that work, you need – 50 millivolts of electron donor status. So, what the heck is that?
Dr. Jerry Tennant is a brilliant Ophthalmologist best know for a technology called VISX. VISX is a Lasik technology, and Dr. Tennant was the first person to implant a cornea in a human.
While attempting to remove some scarring on a man’s cornea, fluid got behind Dr. Tennants’ mas and hit his nose and, subsequently, he contracted encephalitis.
Dr. Tennant would spend the next seven years in bed, often sleeping 16 hours a day. The spastic movement he experienced forced him to cease performing surgery for obvious reasons. He could barely think straight.
During the two hours a day he COULD think, he tried to figure out how to help himself, so he bought a few Cell Biology textbooks. Something he had not read in decades. He knew that if he could make ONE cell work, he could make them all work.
It was these textbooks that would lead him to not only a cure for his condition but an entirely new perspective on health — chronic disease low voltage.
I can still remember the first time I ever head a Native America being flute played. I felt as if my soul had a beautiful memory. Something seemed to stir deep inside me. Because I resonated with that sound, I always said that perhaps I was an Indian in another life.
Next, to the drum, the flute is one of the most important of Native American instruments. Tales told of native people playing flutes when colonists were claiming their territories.
Dr. Richard Payne, an authority on the subject believed that the flute originated with the Northern Ute’ tribe. Music becomes a part of our life from conception. A mother’s heartbeat is most likely the first piece of beautiful music a fetus hears. It is the sound of life itself. We soon learn of the power and pleasure of our voice and marvel at the responses we get when we use it.
Our dear mother earth has a voice also. The constant hum of our planet has a frequency of 7.83Hz and is known as the Schumann Resonance, named after physicist Winfried Otto Schumann. Schumann claims the sound occurs when the space between the Earth’s surface and the conductive qualities of the ionosphere acts as a closed “waveguide.”
Watch the interview below with Myrrh de Marmion, Vibrational Alchemist.
The body vibrational.
We know our bodies generate their sounds as well. The human “heart” resonance frequency is 1Hz. While depending on the time of day, the human body frequency can be 62 to around 72 Hz. The frequencies of the body are called infrasonic waves. We are now coming to learn that every organ has a unique frequency. Quite often, we pick up signals that are not coherent with our own.
Incoherent signals may come in the form of EMFs, viruses, heavy metals, chemicals, lack of grounding, weak and shallow breathing, and especially emotions. These incoherent signals interfere with our “broadcast” of health. Instead, they broadcast a frequency that is not in harmony with ours. Guess what happens next? Colds, flu, autoimmunity, digestive issues. We are coming to understand that no illness is what it appears to be.
You are not sick; you are out of tune.
Sound therapies soothe us, lower stress, and put us in a meditative state. Certain sounds may also provide a corrective component to our “out of tune” bodies. In other words, it appears that DIS-ease and DIS-harmony are the same. What is the remedy? It could be as simple as taking a “sound shower.”
No one has quite ever explained in easy to understand terms more about the human energy field than Bruce Lipton. You are truly more than you think you are. If you ever wanted to finally get answers from a scientific perspective or a spiritual perspective, Bruce Lipton explains it like no one ever has. See this video below.
If we take into our understanding what Bruce Lipton describes, then tuning in to the energy that flows around is the ONLY way to deal with physical issues.
When we pair Lipton’s succinct but relatable description of WHAT we are, the conclusion we must draw is inevitable. The words of Albert Einstein can be met with little doubt. If the FIELD truly is the sole governing factor, then getting to the ROOT CAUSE of an illness BEGINS with finding the incoherence and clearing the signal.
Fixing incoherence in the energy field
Just taking a supplement or drinking celery juice is not going to fix your energetic imbalance. What we need to have a steady diet of is love, peace, forgiveness, and joy to start with. If you don’t know where to look for your emotional (energetic) incoherences, a well-placed tuning fork can find the issue in about 30 seconds flat.
You can learn about tuning forks and even purchase your own. You can be your own best physician while learning more about your body than you ever imagined. Vibration and sound healing are profoundly relaxing to body, mind, and spirit. Why? Coherence. Think of all the instruments in a band playing in harmony. No one is flat or out of key. As you breathe deeply and relax into the experience, you will be hooked on the feeling you get emotionally and physically.
Physical and emotional issues feel as if they were just peeled off and discarded. There is a rebirth. Your soul awakens. And you realize what being “IN TUNE” feels like.
Myrrh de Marmion, a Vibrational Alchemist from North Carolina, shared some insight into her experiences with herself and her clients. Check out the interview above. Then just tune in to your amazing body. It’s the most beautiful song you will ever hear.
Could learning a little Ayurvedic tradition guide you to a better life? Is it possible that a pearl of ancient wisdom has enough merit to make a difference in our modern world lifestyle? Perhaps learning HOW we interact with the elements might hold the key.
The 3 Doshas Elements and Attributes
The Ayurvedic Institute explains this way: “We know that fire is hot and that water and earth are cold. It is these ELEMENTS that act upon us. The way we each experience these elements is unique to each of us.” These earth elements are labeled attributes. They are air, water, fire, earth, and ether. They are described as “states of matter.”
Simply put, the quality of the aforementioned states of matter.” is experienced differently by each your Dosha or type. These three main types are called Kapha, Pitta, and Vata. These mind-body types or Doshas possess unique emotional as well as physical characteristics.
This 5-6,000- year-old practice of Doshas is still practiced in India but is becoming a tool for people today who want to gain knowledge and insight into HOW they should be living their lives. There is much to learn from age-old practices. From the foods that should be eaten for your best energy to how to obtain your highest level of personal enlightenment. All of these might be clues that lie in your mind-body type.
The wisdom lies in knowing what elements a substance is made of. It is in this way that we can understand the effect it produces. The effects ARE the attributes. The message is that we can optimize our health by knowing how we respond to these elements.
WHAT DOES YOUR DOSHA REVEAL ABOUT YOUR PERSONALITY?
The Vata dosha governs your heartbeat, breathing and all movement which would include bodily functions. The elements represented are air and ether. In Hindu philosophy, Prana or life force comes into the body with each breath, the food we eat, and from the earth and ethers. Deep breathing is important for everyone but especially important for the Vata type. This air and ether are related to as ‘wind.”
When a Vata type is in balance they are creative, adaptive and full of vitality. Energy bursts are not uncommon. Movement helps them to stay in balance and tend to be slim and slender. There is also an appreciation and affinity for warmer climates. This type really does not like the cold. Vatas frequently have cold hands and feet as well as dryer hair or skin. You might also notice the Vata dosha when agitated, is much like a hurricane. A good example of the air/wind that it represents.
When not in balance the Vata type can easily be anxious and fearful. To stay in balance the Vata type must breathe, minimize stress and find something that fuels their creativity. Movement and change are part of the nature of your type. An imbalanced Vata dosha may find themselves with digestive challenges or weight loss. You will find an ULTIMATE GUIDE for Vata here.
Pitta represents the elements of fire and water. They have a fiery nature. in both body and mind. If you add fire to water is easy to understand that the Pitta type means “that which cooks.”
Pitta controls metabolism, body temperature, nutrition, and digestion. A Pitta type also typically has an athletic nature with a sturdy frame and medium build. The governing organs of the Pitta body are the small intestine, stomach, liver, spleen, pancreas, blood, eyes, and sweat. The Pitta dosha nature is quite intense. Most Pitta types are sound sleepers and have a strong sex drive.
Speaking of digestion, you might find a Pitta gravitating toward hot spicy foods akin to their nature. This can lead to an imbalance and too much heat. Cooling foods are a fast fix. You see many Pitta types as entrepreneurs. And don’t expect a Pitta to give it to you gently. They will eagerly speak their mind. These traits when imbalanced can cause them to be a little overbearing or demanding.
Mostly, you will find the Pitta dosha to have great intellect and a buoyant personality. If they are not balanced, they will make your life miserable. You will be showered by bitterness and rage.
The elements of earth and water describe the Kapha dosha. Kapha is the representation of everything that is dense in the body such as bones, teeth, and muscles. Kapha means “that which sticks” and makes sense considering that our bones and other connective tissue are what hold us together.
Kapha is typically a very grounding and nurturing soul if you find them in balance. Love and compassion are the strong suits of Kapha. They like the lighter side of life and enjoy frequent relaxation breaks. You will find this much more opposite than the other two doshas which like to go, go, go.
Kapha is the dosha that is most affected by digestion issues if they are not careful with what they eat. Especially too much salt. They don’t really DO stress. But when not balanced it can become a bit stagnant or even lazy. When this happens it is similar to a swollen, boggy swamp. Sluggishness and depression occur. Kapha types like to have a routine to follow and that routine does not need to include excitement. Kaphas are ok with that.
To learn more about which dosha you might be (or a mix of ), you can take the quiz below.