Reporting Back from a Quantum Wonderland

“Don’t slide down the rabbit hole.The way down is a breeze, but climbing back’s a battle.”

Kate Morton. The Clockmaker’s Daughter.

 

In the closing paragraphs of Odyssey’s autumn edition of Wavelength, I committed myself to browsing the internet in order to understand the ‘incomprehensible’ healing modality of sound frequencies, which until “St Anthony pointed the Way”, I knew nothing about.  The subsequent search for scientific explanations relating to the healing properties of frequencies was indeed a breeze.  The information accrued was spellbinding.

    The most fascinating facts can be accepted readily when it comes to the visible effects of resonance. For example, the cracking of a wine glass when the vocal chords of a soprano vibrate at a frequency which resonates with the wine glass; the collapse of the Broughton suspension bridge in England in 1831, when a column of marching soldiers crossing the bridge caused the bridge to collapse, the vibrations of the marching soldiers resonating with the natural frequency of one of the bolts in a supporting chain.

      At the microscopic level, medics are now able to use super-sensitive equipment, such as the BT3 Frequency Monitoring System, which was developed for measuring human body frequencies or harmonics to treat certain conditions using the principle of resonance. In 1992, Bruce Tainio built the Calibrated Frequency Monitor (CFM), the first frequency monitor in the world. According to CFM readings, a healthy human body vibrates at between 62-72 MHz. Colds and flu start at 57-60 MHz and disease starts at 58MHz.

     I am able to measure frequencies using the Sound Analyser Free Version 1.6.6 application which is downloaded on to my mobile phone. The app was sent to me by my son. It can be used to identify the frequency of any sound with the range of 5.4Hz – 22 kHz (info@nobapp.com).  I also downloaded a free frequency generator with a range from 1Hz to 22 000 Hz. This app enables you to generate a particular frequency for future reference. As an example, I identified the frequency of the sound emitting from the fog horn along the sea front. It vibrates at 300Hz. I have also saved the 169Hz frequency, which I identified on matching an ‘internal hum’ with an actual hum. I find this very soothing.

      Clearly, energy medicine covers a vast field of research. This is being carried out at universities, scientific research institutes and laboratories funded by allied businesses. The results are peer reviewed and published in scientific journals and libraries. 

      Eventually, I found what I had been searching for – two journals supported by research institutes and universities.  In my excitement, I signed up to the National Centre for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) – and to Globe Advances in Health.  The abstracts and peer reviews pointed towards the answers I was looking for. To my dismay, it soon became apparent that in order to understand what I was reading I would need at least three or four PhDs in as many fields of study.  I had fallen too deeply into a wonderland in which I didn’t even understand the language!

“When the student is ready the teacher appears”

I looked at my bookcase.  Upon the shelves of the reference section were several books which had been written by research scientists for the layman. Most notably “The Biology of Belief – Unleashing the Power of Consciousness, Matter, & Miracles“(2005) by Bruce Lipton PhD. Beside it, stood “The Field” by Lynne McTaggart.

    The book covers the results of research into the sub-atomic world of quantum physics – a world in which nothing is solid – “an electromagnetic energy field of waves and frequencies.” 

Both books provide extensive bibliographies in support of the facts.

    Would I find the answers I was looking for among those pages?  

I opened Biology of Belief and turned to the index. Here indeed was the ‘teacher’.   Whole sections on quantum physics, which included his forecast of a biological revolution. When I first read Biology of Belief, I hadn’t a clue as to the significance of what he was writing about in relation to subatomic biological research. I could have saved myself weeks of browsing the internet had I re-read Dr Lipton’s book first.

    Clearly, I had not expected to find any reference to frequencies or vibrations in the index.  Why? It occurred to me that it could have had something to do with my not having had any knowledge at all of quantum physics.  I had bought Biology of Belief in 2008. The Field was published in 2001, but it wasn’t until 2014 that I was introduced to Lynne McTaggart’s ground-breaking work by a manager of a London bookstore. 
     I found the book enlightening.  Her explanation of the Zero Point Field – which has no beginning and no end, confirmed my belief in an omnipresent, omniscient, eternal consciousness, within which we have our being, the source of everything in the Universe from the photon to the rocks lying on the sea shore.

     Quantum physics has shown that EVERYTHING is energy, thus validating Albert Einstein’s famous formula E=mc2 . And more recently his theory, that everything in the universe has its own frequency, has been confirmed.

In conclusion, while meditation, exercise and healthy food all have a part to play in keeping our immune system functioning as it is designed to do, it has become apparent that stress is a major factor in disease, whether it be emotional or physical. Thanks to Bruce Lipton’s section on DD Palmer, the founder of chiropractic, I now understand why I experienced as much pain as I did. The physical stress caused by the gale force wind had caused a subluxation in the spinal column, nothing physically serious as I had been led to believe several years ago by a Durban physiotherapist. The subluxation had interfered with the free flow of energy through the spinal column. The energy had been trapped against the protective frame of the neuroskeleton. The sound emitted by the crunch was simply the sound of the released energy being able to flow freely again and communicate with the rest of the body as designed to do. In the words of DD Palmer: “Life is but the expression of spirit through matter. To make life manifest requires the union of spirit and body.”

   Regular attunement to the pure tone 528 Hz helps release stress levels.  Dr. Leonard Horowitz notes that 528 Hz is central to everything in the universe and is the “musical, mathematical matrix of creation… for the air we breathe, the water we drink, the grass beneath our feet and the sun’s rays on our face. Its vibrations connect and resonate with everything within us and around us, on both a material and spiritual level.”

Bon voyage.

Jill

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