Everyone needs healing, in one way or another — physically, mentally, emotionally, or spiritually. In today’s world an amazing number of people are suffering from disease, addiction, or limiting fears.
This article will explore a different way of thinking about health and healing, and the development of full human potential. We will go beyond the traditional understandings, to deeply consider the relationship between body, mind, emotions, consciousness, and environment, and why energy healing and multidimensional medicine can be so effective.
What is Energy Healing?
Ask 100 energy healers what energy healing is and you will get 100 different answers.
Here is a stock definition: Energy healing is the skilled and intentional application of therapeutic energy modalities to promote balance and healing in the body.
In my experience, energy healing is more complicated and richer than that. It is an extraordinary journey into the reality of who you are as a multidimensional, immortal being. It is the exploration of your physical self, but also your physical self in the context of your multidimensional self.
Energy healing ranges from physical, mental, emotional and spiritual aspects of the human being to the evolutionary past and history of the individual, all the way to the beginning of time. It then goes forward, as consciousness evolves, and becomes even more complex.
Energy healing can refer to working in the physical dimension, it can refer to past life healings, it can refer to ancestral healings, and it can even refer to talking to Creator or Source.
Energy healing takes a multitude of forms:
- The transmission of energy from healer to client, with hands on or hands close to the body
- Stimulation of energy points and centers in the body using touch or needles
- The transmission of energy remotely from healer to client using technologies of consciousness
- Material objects applied to the body that are known to harness and transmit life supporting energies, such as crystals, minerals, and homeopathic preparations
- The practice of physical movements and exercises that are known to stimulate the flow of energy in the body in certain ways
- Breathing practices specifically geared toward stimulating the movement of energy
- Biomedical devices that generate electromagnetic fields,—including light and sound, as well as electricity and magnetism
How Does Energy Healing Work?
Modern science tells us that energy is the basic building block of creation. Energy has the capacity to affect everything, including the human physiology. Therefore, working with the energies of the body can facilitate healing on every level — physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual.
Energy healing is an applied science. Just as traditional medicine is based on the sciences of chemistry, biology, physiology, and anatomy, energy healing can be understood through quantum physics and research findings on the energetic structure of the human physiology.
The foundation for energy healing is the fact that everything in the universe is energy.
Energy is traditionally defined as the capacity to do work and overcome resistance, the ability to cause change. The assumption by scientists, until the early part of the 20th century, was that the physical universe is purely physical. However, as physicists began to explore the structure of electrons and other particles more deeply, they concluded that the building block of matter is energy; that the physical world is not truly physical.
“Reality is merely an illusion, although a very persistent one.” — Albert Einstein
“Energy healing begins with the premise that energy exists and that it can produce healing. Since by definition energy is the capacity to do work and overcome resistance, energy therefore has the capacity to produce physical healing. Whereas matter is not defined as the capacity to do work and overcome resistance, energy is. If we are to use these terms carefully, accurately, and consistently, then we should conclude that the underlying mechanism of producing physical healing always involves energy. From the perspective of physics, all physical healing, by definition, involves energy.
“We can ingest atoms and chemicals in the form of herbs, foods, or man-made drugs and healing can occur. But in terms of physics, the molecules per se do not do the healing. It’s the energy associated with the atoms and chemicals that actually heals.
“The leading theory that explains how energy healing works involves the concept of resonance—including what is called “sympathetic resonance” and “harmonic resonance.” Resonance is a universal process typified by two tuning forks; if they are of the same size and structure, when one is struck, the other will spontaneously vibrate as well. The second tuning fork is said to resonate with the first. In sympathetic resonance, a small vibration in one system, over time, can foster an increasing vibration in a second system. In harmonic resonance, the vibrations can resonate over a number of frequencies that are harmonics, or multiples.
“Resonance is the foundation of all energetic communication. It is the fundamental process of connection and sharing, and the basis for how antennas work. When two or more processes are in resonance, they are literally in tune with one another. Healers often talk about becoming attuned to energy and attuning to their patients.
“Scientific writings illustrate how resonance is the quantum-field mechanism underlying life, growth, evolution, and health.”
Energy healing can manifest in four ways:
- Physiology to Physiology – energy affects energy – the healer is primarily healing through energy transmission, such as Reiki or a faith healing. The practitioner is quiet in mind and the energies are running. There’s some intention, but it’s primarily not a conscious process. It’s surrender into what we could call the unconsciousness energy self-healing systems.
- Consciousness to Consciousness – consciousness affects consciousness – The multidimensional consciousness of the practitioner works with the multidimensional consciousness of the client. The body is naturally affected secondarily. Therapy, mental and visualization techniques, inquiry
- Consciousness to Physiology – consciousness affects energy
- Physiology to Consciousness – energy affects consciousness – a non-verbal energy transmission for the purpose of healing mind and emotions (the healer is quiet in mind, vessel for the transmission, consciousness running the show). The body automatically benefits as well.
This is why certain therapies don’t look like other therapies. Consciousness and energies are always affecting each other. This explains how some of the different therapies are conscious and some are unconscious. Whether it’s energy systems in a body or energy in a device, it’s the same thing. It also explains why there can be such a range of successful modalities.
For every state of multidimensional consciousness, there is a state of multidimsional energy, and visa versa. Energy and consciousness are two sides of one coin. That implies that soul is not just a consciousness. It is also a physiology. That means that if you have multidimensional awareness, you also have a multidimensional physiology. If you can connect with the consciousness of the cosmos and of the earth, you can connect with the energy, the physiology, of the cosmos and earth. Even though the energy and consciousness is the same thing, they can be experienced differently.
Resonance theory works on the level of consciousness and on the level of energy.
The Relationship of Energy and Consciousness
Thanks to the findings of quantum physics, the concept that energy is consciousness and consciousness is energy is common knowledge. Scientists have learned how the world works on the smallest scale, at a level far smaller than the atom.
As scientists studied the nature of reality on a smaller and smaller scale, something strange began to happen: The deeper we went into reality, the more it seemed to dissolve from view. The search for the smallest known particle of matter instead turned up distinct yet elusive little packets of energy, which physicists called quanta.
The Einstein breakthrough came down to this: Everything is Energy. A rock, a planet, a glass of water, your hand, everything you can touch, taste, or smell – it’s all made of molecules, which are made of atoms, which are made of protons and electrons and neutrons, which are made of nothing but vibrating packets of energy.
Thought influences matter
Within twenty years of Einstein’s radical work, another revolution occurred, just as cataclysmic as Einstein’s. It started with two of the early pioneers of the quantum world, the Danish physicists Niels Bohr and Werner Heisenberg.
They discovered subatomic particles weren’t “indivisible particles” and nor were they neat miniature solar systems as they had been led to expect, but rather they were more like tiny packets of potential.
Heisenberg discovered what he called the uncertainty principle which stated that it was not possible to measure all of a subatomic particle’s properties at the same time, because what they found was, the act of observation influenced these particles’ behavior. They found even the mere intention of measuring particles, even without carrying out the actual act itself, would affect their behavior.
Gradually it dawned on them, consciousness affects matter.
The zero-point field
As scientists continued to pursue research, they eventually found themselves staring at something truly confounding, they termed it the zero-point field (ZPF). They found at this most infinitesimal of levels, some sort of force appears to be present, even at a temperature of absolute zero, when all known forms of energy vanish.
Here, beneath the level of energy itself, exists a still more basic level. The field at this level is not exactly “energy” any more, nor is it a field of empty space, scientists see it rather, as a field of information.
To put it another way, the undifferentiated ocean out of which energy arises appears to be a sea of pure consciousness, from which matter emerges in clustered localities here and there.
“Consciousness is what the universe is made of: matter and energy are just two of the forms that conciousness takes.”
Thought Creates Everything!
Once we begin to know that everything is energy – and all energy is consciousness, that there is no absolute distinction between matter, energy and consciousness, then the boundaries between the physical world and the world of our thoughts start to disappear.
So what are we saying here? That everything is made of thought? That thought creates the physical world? Yes, that is exactly what we’re saying. Here, in a nutshell, is the conclusion so far of humanity’s epic quest to understand the world:
- Everything in the physcial world is made out of atoms.
- Atoms are made out of energy.
- And energy is made out of consciousness.
Your thoughts not only are matter, they create matter. Thought is where everything comes from!
In my experience, people interested in energy healing are often also interested in spiritual growth. I’m discovering that the reason the two interests intersect is that they both utilize a map of what reality is — that everything is not only energy, but also consciousness — matter and mind; object and subject.
Even science talks about this with some mystery. Science explores matter, but it still doesn’t know what consciousness is. It hypothesizes that consciousness is a mysterious result of matter; that it somehow emerges from matter and is fully dependent upon matter.
I propose that consciousness is not emergent from matter. Consciousness is subtle energy. Most people working in the field of energy healing believe that energy and consciousness are the same thing — that
energy includes consciousness, and consciousness includes energy.
The current collective understanding of consciousness is that it emerges from evolution. There’s the primordial soup with molecules futzing. Then all of a sudden there’s DNA and it starts to replicate, and as it replicates there is an illusion of conscious awareness. Science would say there’s not actually consciousness. Rather it’s the brain interpreting an experience as consciousness.
The relationship between consciousness and energy is like that of information and force. Energy carries out the instructions of consciousness to form the vibration, structures and forms of all reality.
Matter is not transformed directly by consciousness; energy does the actual work of building the forms that consciousness has designed.
The Multidimensional Nature of Consciousness
One of the hidden principles of energy healing is that energy and consciousness are the same thing. Most medicine does not take that for granted, but energy healing does take that understanding very deeply. Energy is the objective and consciousness is the subjective aspect of the same thing.
What gives an energy healer the capacity to perceive multidimensionally? It’s the fact that consiousness is also multidimensional. This is why it’s so important to develop higher consciousness.
The power of beliefs. By shifting your belief systems and opening to multidimensional consciousness, it should allow you to perceive and interact with multidimensional energy. (present this as a theory)
Past lives may be affecting you. They are located in consciousness and come through the subconscious.
Here are examples of how consciousness is multidimensional. Most people think it’s one-dimensional, but when you meditate, for example, there are numerous kinds of meditation that work with consciousness in different ways.
- Not all thoughts are created equal
- Unconscious Beliefs
- Conflicting Beliefs
- Astral Travel
- Multidimensional Perception
- Past Life Experiences
- Trans-personal Experience
- Unity Experiences
- Mystical Experiences
- Ego Self
- Collective Unconsciousness
- “Higher States of Consciousness”
Energy of Consciousness – the Great Influencer
Energy is the fabric of the Universe, and all matter originates from energy. It is information, including thoughts, prayers, intentions and beliefs. Energy is a vehicle of frequencies that contain information existing as multiple potentials for outcomes.
Consciousness is a highly intelligent force and the most powerful influencer of energy in the Universe. It emanates from the intelligence of creation. Higher consciousness is the difference between living in an environment of War or Peace; whether in internal conflict or expressed between nations. War is perceived through the intellect and complexity of the mind and Peace through the simplicity and eyes of the Heart; in recent times these higher frequencies were embodied by Mother Theresa, Gandhi and Nelson Mandela. Some of the highest energetic frequencies in consciousness are the Universal Spiritual Truths found in all the sacred texts.
Keith Holden, MD, (Holden Unified Field Theory), has taken these concepts into practical application. His goal is to educate and bring awareness to these higher levels of consciousness, creating the best integrative healthcare based on the latest scientific evidence. He states that Consciousness is a high frequency energy field that consists of:
- Subconscious and Conscious Thought Forms of all humans
- Consciousness of the Soul – the Higher Self
- Consciousness of the Divine/Universe
- Consciousness of all that is created by the Divine/Universe
Albert Einstein believed we are “Vibrational Beings living in a Vibrational Universe. Our world as we experience it is a world of Frequency.” Nikola Tesla, world recognized electrical engineer, physicist and futurist stated: “If you wish to understand the Universe, think Energy, Frequency and Vibration.”
As a part of energy in consciousness, Human Thought Forms are some of the most influential of all energies in our Universe. Compassion, Forgiveness, Love and Trust are powerful, high frequency energies that are profoundly empowering and motivating. They are associated with the Divinity/Universal Consciousness referenced in Dr. Holden’s work. To continue to live and stay rooted in that higher energy field takes awareness of your disconnection from it. Separation from Universal Energy becomes apparent when we experience striving, struggle, conflict, pain and suffering. All emotions are mind-made and stem from the ego’s perspective of “self.” They carry a low density vibrational frequency that compromises Harmony, Balance and Alignment.
It is in the observing of our thoughts that begins the process of change. The Dali Lama in his book, The Art of Happiness, stated “that before you can change anything in your life, you first have to be aware of what it is you want to change.” It is our responsibility to ourselves, or should I say, it is our Devotion to Ourselves to live in the awareness of having the opportunity to choose from our thoughts, choose the actions we take and live our lives from the integrity of our innate wisdom. The very intent of our existence on this dimensional plane, we describe as our reality, is to live in a world of Harmony, Balance and to experience physically the embodiment of Joy. There is zero separation between thought and what we are living. What you think, what you feel and what you manifest is always in vibrational alignment.
Epigenetics is the science of how our perception of life affects gene and DNA expression or how genes are turned on or off, effecting our Vitality and Quality of Life. Our thoughts and perceptions translate into vibrational frequencies and are the ones that potentially have the strongest epigenetic influence. If you are constantly in a state of anger or dissatisfaction, then that prevailing low density frequency experienced as an energetic thought form, may create an overriding epigenetic influence on how your DNA communicates instructions to your cells. The expression of our DNA is primarily determined by these frequencies generated and based on the way we view ourselves, our thoughts and beliefs as well as our environment. Gene expression triggered by stressful emotions can be harmful, whereas gene expression triggered by Heart Centered thoughts and actions are nurturing and beneficial to the body.
David Hawkins, MD, PhD incorporates particlephysics, nonlinear dynamics, and chaos theoryin his books and articles. “Power vs Force”and the article “The Key to Happiness” map out and calibrate the vibrational frequencies of emotions and feelings. The critical response point in the scale of consciousness calibrates at a level of 200, which is a level associated with courage and the level of empowerment. It is a zone of exploration, accomplishment, fortitude and determination. Life is now seen as to be exciting, challenging and stimulating. This is the balance point between low density and high density vibrational influencers. At levels below 200, the primary impetus is personal survival. Shame, guilt, apathy, grief, fear, desire, anger and pride are all levels of emotions that are reflective in our lives at those low frequencies. As we cross the demarcation between low and high frequencies, the well-being of others becomes increasingly important. As we move up in frequency, we become Neutral (250), Willing, Accepting, Open, Loving, Joyful (540) and Self Realized (600). The higher frequencies which calibrate over 500 are characterized by interest in spiritual awareness for both oneself and others and by the 600s, the good of humankind and the search for Enlightenment. From 700 to 1,000, life is dedicated to the salvation of all humanity.
Everything in the Universe is connected. Consciousness is the omniscient information field that connects everyone and everything. Every act, thought and choice we make adds to the fabric of life. We now understand that our consciousness alters our genetic and DNA expression, moment by moment. Our decisions and choices ripple through the universe of consciousness to affect the lives of all. When we grasp the enormous opportunities for altering our genetic expression offered by changes in consciousness, we reclaim responsibility for our well-being and give ourselves opportunities to flourish in a new reality.
It is well known in the traditional medicine community, that stress is the cause of many disorders and illnesses. However, the source of stress is mostly overlooked and the treatment tends to blame external circumstances. The therapies that have been employed are usually designed to correct the results of an energy imbalance, but unless the attitude along with the corresponding frequency that is causing the energy imbalance is corrected, the illness tends to return.
The body is the reflection of the balance between mind and spirit in its physical form. Our level of consciousness is directly aligned with our concept of self, in relationship to the experiences we are being given at the time. The key to joy is unconditional kindness to all life, including one’s own. We refer to this as compassion. In human endeavor, it takes compassion to accomplish anything of great significance.
The more we live in gratitude and acceptance, the more pleasurable is the experience of life. It is at this level of consciousness that creates profound healing in one’s body.
The placebo effect: Also called the placebo response, it is a phenomenon in which a placebo — an inactive substance like sugar, distilled water, or saline solution — can improve a patient’s condition in the same way as a medication. This occurs simply because the person has the expectation that it will be helpful.
The healing process is a co-creation between energy and consciousness, between physiology and mind — both the mind of the healer and the physiology of the healer, and the mind of the client and the physiology of the client. Energy healing may refer to any one of those dynamics.
Self-healing is when your mind works with your own mind, or your mind works with your body. It can also be when your body works with your mind.
Different values of the self:
- Ego self
- The unconscious or collective unconscious
The energy systems of the body (aura, chakras, nadis and meridians) are connected energetically to our physical organs, glands and bodily systems. When the energy supplied to these bodily systems is disrupted, the body organs and systems are less able to defend against disease and injury.
In the same way, the health of our energy systems also determines our mental, emotional and spiritual well-being. If our energy systems are disrupted or blocked we are less able to cope, we feel stressed, which in turn has a negative impact on our physical systems. Over a prolonged period this leads to ill health. If our energy systems are clear and balanced we will be in a better position to deal with situations and circumstances that might otherwise be perceived as a stress.
By working with the energy system we can access all levels of the mind, body and spirit and achieve a holistic healing. Knowing the connections and energy relationships means the nature of the disease and its location can guide us to where an energy block or imbalance is occurring, as well as what we need to do energetically to clear that block.
Disease is our body’s mechanism of telling us that our energy is not flowing harmoniously and that something is not working in our lives. If we don’t pay attention to the initial messages, the warnings will become increasingly severe until we take are forced to take notice. Once we are aware of this “law”, we can regard illness in a more positive light, so long as we then act upon it and make appropriate changes necessary to heal.
The Multidimensional Nature of the Physiology
The concept of the existence of a human energy field can be found in eastern cultures such as Indian Vedic scripts, Tibetan Buddhist, and Chinese medical systems, in varying forms, stemming back thousands of years…
In the West there is evidence from archaeologists, sociologists, psychologists such as Carl Jung, and researchers of mythology such as Joseph Campbell, and Eirec Mirce, that all traditional cultures had a belief in the role of energy as part of their universe or cosmology…
The more recent attempts to seriously study the human energy field lie with Wilhelm Reich(Reichan Psychology), Alexander Lowen(Bioenergetics), John Pierrakos(Core Energetics), and Barbara Brennan, on the humanistic front, whilst various schools of Quantum Physics and Quantum Medicine are considering the role of energy fields in medicine and also their impact on the human condition.
Quantum physics states as certainty that all physical atoms absorb and release energy in its dynamic role of attempting to stabilize and balance itself in the soup of various forces that exist around it and in it at all times. Given all atoms release energy, then a physical body like that of a human must be releasing and absorbing energy in the same way as at the atomic level.
We as humans are a latticework of energies:
- Every cell in the body stores and emits electricity. Every breath we take, every muscle we move and every bite of food we digest involves electrical activity. Our memories, feelings, emotions and thoughts are also patterns of tiny electrical impulses.
- Our body has electromagnetic energies. The body’s energy systems all emit electromagnetic energy light, these systems include the: 1) Meridians, the body’s energy pathways; 2) Chakras, the body’s energy centers; and 3) Aura, the body’s energy atmosphere.
In his book Energy Medicine: The Scientific Basis, cellular biologist James Oschman says:
He goes on to describe in detail the discovery of the electro-magnetic field that emanates from the human heart. New technology now allows scientists to measure this field as far away from the physical body as 15 feet.
Scientists next found that the brain emitted an electro-magnetic field as well, although not nearly as strong as the heart’s. More research led to the discovery that all of the organs, including the muscles, have “biomagnetic” fields that spread throughout the body and into the space around the body. These biomagnetic fields, it turned out, are often better indicators of events taking place within the body than traditional electrical measurements on the skin’s surface.
Graphs of energy systems of the body (meridians, chakras, aura)
Energy healing is an applied science. Just as medical science is the applied science of biology and biochemistry and physiology, etc., so energy healing is the applied science of multidimensional energy and the multidimensional physiology.
There are ancient traditions that have not been limited by the rules of science that say it needs to be measured like this, and it’s only true if it’s like this. There are traditions that have utilized meridians, chakras, auras, the interface of the soul. This is what is understood and perceived by those that can see.
Our personal energies are delicately balanced and we can become sick or feel “not quite right” when our energy flows are disturbed or blocked. Energy imbalances can result from both internal and external factors.
Internal factors impacting our energy system include:
- anxiety & stress
- childhood programming
- limiting beliefs
- neurological, biochemical, and structural imbalances
- existential fears and limiting spiritual beliefs
- remaining in situations that are not fulfilling or in harmony with our needs
External factors impacting our energy systems include:
- environmental stresses & toxins
- geopathic phenomena
- astrological phenomena
Methods of Energy Healing
It’s easy for us to understand the healing power of hands-on therapy, like massage, for example. You just lie down on the table, feel strong, skilled hands smooth out muscle kinks and aaaaah.
The many forms of energy healing, however, are a little more esoteric. That’s because most energy-healing techniques are “hands-off,” and involve a transfer of “healing energy” from the practitioner to you. But just because there’s no direct touching doesn’t mean there isn’t any healing.
Various traditions have their own versions of energetic healing. Qi gong, for example, is practiced by traditional Chinese medicine physicians and healers. Polarity therapy, a century old, is a blend of Eastern and Western techniques that concentrates on unblocking the flow of energy through the body.
Reiki, a popular energy practice, is the Japanese word for “universal life energy,” and Reiki healers believe they can channel universal healing energy to balance the flow of vital energy through their own and others’ bodies. Usually, gentle touch is involved in the process, during which clients lie on a massage table, fully dressed. Sessions last between 60 and 90 minutes. Learning Reiki involves training and initiation rituals called “attunements.” To learn more, go to the Reiki website.
Therapeutic Touch (TT) was created by Dolores Krieger, PhD, RN, formerly a professor at New York University, and Dora Van Gelder Kunz, a natural healer, on the premise that the human body, mind, emotions and intuition form a complex, dynamic energy field. Practitioners believe that in a healthy person, the energy field is governed by pattern and order—and that disease occurs when the energy is characterized by imbalance and disorder. Today, TT is accepted in a growing number of hospitals and universities throughout the United States, Canada and around the world, and has a number of clinical studies attesting to its usefulness.
When you visit a TT practitioner, she will begin your session by getting a sense of the imbalances in your energy field. Holding her hands two to six inches above you, she begins at your head and works down toward your feet. Some practitioners say that a balanced energy field feels like a barely perceptible but steady breeze; others sense it differently. Imbalances, they say, may feel tingly or slightly cooler than other areas, and areas with deficient energy may feel empty or congested. A practitioner “balances” the energy field with her hands, using various techniques. To find a practitioner, or learn more about therapeutic touch, log on to their website.
Sat nam rasayan healing is an ancient system from India in the kundalini yoga tradition. Practitioners say that healing happens through a “sacred space,” which is accessed by a transcendent consciousness. To find a sat nam rasayan practitioner near you, or for more information, go to gurudevsnr.com.
Acupuncture/Acupressure: Acupuncture and acupressure are part of an ancient and sophisticated system of therapies based on a non-Western model of the body. They work to balance chi/ki/qi as it flows through the body’s meridian system.
- Angelic/Spiritual Healing
- Aura balancing
- Brennan Healing Science®: Barbara Brennan is a well-known author and teacher of energy medicine with a well-established school in Florida. Learn more about Brennan Healing Science here.
- Bioenergy Healing/Domancic Method: The Domancic Method of Bioenergy Healing offers a simple and structured approach. Focusing on empowering the immune system, it aims to jumpstart a person’s own healing mechanisms, and affirms that it can help any condition. Their website is very thorough, and “Think About It,” a 50 minute video about the method, is worth watching.
- Biofield energy
- Chakra Healing: Chakra healing is a general term for energy healing that works with the chakra system. The chakras are a key part of our energy system, so many types of energy healing incorporate some form of chakra work. You can learn about chakras and chakra healing and balancing in my book, Chakra Care: Do-It-Yourself Energy Healing for a More Joyful, Loving, Fruitful Life, which I wrote to help people understand and work with their own chakras.
- Chakra balancing
- Color Therapy
- Crystal healing
- Donna Eden’s Energy Medicine: Donna Eden is one of the world’s most widely respected healers and a pioneer in bringing the methods of energy medicine to the public. Learn more about Donna Eden’s very accessible form of energy healing here.
- EFT: EFT, or Emotional Freedom Techniques®, is one of the easily learned, meridian-based types of energy healing. It combines needle-free acupuncture with mind-body medicine. Learn more about Emotional Freedom Techniques® here.
- Energy-Focused Bodywork: The body is often overlooked as part of the energy system. However, everything is energy, and this means that the body is energy, too. All bodywork (massage) has an impact on your energy, but some kinds are intentional about it. Lomi lomi, Trager, shiatsu, and cranio-sacral therapy are examples of some that consciously work with subtle energy.
- Faith Healing
- Flower and Vibrational essences
- Healing Touch: Healing Touch (HT) came out of the licensed nursing community in the U.S. in the 1980s. There are many HT practitioners in the U.S., and the well-developed HT community holds them to high standards. Learn more here.
- Laura Alden Kamm: Laura Alden Kamm is an expert in intuition, intuitive development, and using intuition for healing. Learn more about Laura Alden Kamm here.
- Polarity Therapy: Polarity Therapy, developed by Dr. Randolph Stone, DO, DC, ND (1890-1981), is based upon the energetic principles of attraction, repulsion and neutrality. Like many types of energy work, Polarity Therapy seeks to find blockages, release energy to normal flow patterns and maintain the bio-energetic field in an open, flexible state. PT can involve diet, exercise and self-awareness as well as energy-based bodywork that works with three main currents of energy. Learn more about Polarity Therapy here.
- Pranic Healing: Developed and taught by Master Choa Kok Sui, this kind of energy work uses prana or life energy to cure physical ailments. Its basic principle seem to be cleansing the body of “dirty” energy and replacing it with prana. Learn more here.
- Quantum Touch®: Quantum Touch has a special focus on using the practitioner’s breath to intensify the treatment. Practitioners cultivate their own energy and entrain the client’s energy to this higher (healthier) level. Learn more about Quantum Touch here.
- Reiki: Perhaps the most widely known form of energy work, Reiki is easy to learn and do, but can have powerful effects. Learn more about Reiki here.
- Restorative Touch™: Restorative Touch™ is a unique and powerful form of energy work that works on a resonance model to “support health, healing, and spiritual evolution.” Practitioners are highly trained and held to high standards via strict certification and licensing processes. Learn more about Restorative Touch™ here.
- Sound Healing
- Spiritual Healing
- ThetaHealing™: The ThetaHealing website describes this technique as focusing on thought and prayer, relying on God/Source to do the actual healing. As described by practitioner Donald Simon, the practitioner goes into a theta brain wave state (deep meditative), asks for assistance from God (or Source) and then witnesses the healing. ThetaHealing holds that instantaneous physical and emotional shifts are possible. Learn more here.
What is Multidimensional Medicine?
Multidimensional Medicine (MDM) is an evolutionary approach to wellness and human potential that fully acknowledges the power of consciousness in the healing process, as well as the integral presence of our evolutionary nature, our soul nature and our divine nature.
MDM recognizes the wisdom and benefits found in many systems of medicine: conventional, functional, integrative, traditional, shamanic, indigenous, and energy medicine, as well as the medicine traditions of China and India, Multidimensional Medicine provides a living, comprehensive map of our physiology and consciousness for understanding our energetic potential and the importance of living our highest individual purpose. This highest purpose comes from our transcendental soul nature beyond the body and the function of the brain and nervous system.
MDM also considers the dual nature of ‘medicine’: that it is equally important to treat the physiology for illness (chronic and acute) and to recognize the physiology as a vessel for experiencing new frontiers of energetic, creative, and personal potential: spiritually, mentally, emotionally, physically. These dual natures of medicine are intimately and elegantly connected. (As human beings, we are always seeking more: more health, more experience, more understanding, more energy, more everything).