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Frequency Medicine is the Future of Medicine

Updated: Sep 3, 2023

Melissa Crawford: All tissues naturally vibrate at a particular frequency and harmony can be restored to diseased tissues by exposing them to their natural resonant frequency.

We learn the basis of what “frequency” or “vibration” is in high school science classes, even though our teachers may not use these exact words. We learn about the atom and its electrons, neutrons, and protons that are present in all of our human cells. Electrons in the atom oscillate and emit a particular frequency wave and this is different from cell to cell depending on the type of tissue that is being measured. These frequencies can be captured or measured as “waves” by various types of electronic devices. Many things can disrupt the frequency of our cells including toxins, pathogens, and unprocessed emotions and traumas that create energetic blocks in the electromagnetic field. However the good news is that Frequency or Vibrational Medicine can restore health and vitality to the whole system.

Sound and light waves as well as medicinal frequencies infused into another substance such as water or pellets/tablets (vibrational water formulas, homeopathy or flower essences) are forms of vibrational energy that can be used therapeutically. Other examples of vibrational energy that are in the non-therapeutic class of vibration are radio waves, x rays, ultrasonic waves, EMFs from cell towers/phones/WIFI, and microwaves, etc. Physicists say that the only difference between these forms of energy is that each of them oscillates at a different frequency or rate of vibration. Therefore, vibrational medicine refers to a field that takes into account and uses all the forms of frequencies of vibrating energy that contribute to a healthy electromagnetic field of the system of a living being.

During the early 20th Century, Albert Einstein came up with the mathematical equation of E=mc2 which described how matter and energy were interrelated and he said that energy and matter are simply « two different forms of the same thing ». Since all energy vibrates and oscillates at different rates, then, at the atomic level, the human body is essentially composed of different frequencies.1

By using a vibrational medicine approach, it is possible to diagnose and treat different types of illnesses by measuring or assessing the frequencies coming from the human body and its electromagnetic field. This is similar to how Medical Doctors are already using Electrocardiograms (EKGs) on patients to measure the vibrating electrical current moving through the heart. The EKG displays various energy patterns which relay information about the rate and regularity of the heart beat, whether there is stress in various parts of the heart such as inflammation or whether it is receiving enough blood flow. In my current practice, I do not use frequency-measuring devices to assess what is going on or to determine which frequencies to use to bring healing to an imbalance. However I feel that Medical Intuitives, such as myself, are receiving a lot of the intuitive information through our senses from the frequencies being emitted from the person’s electromagnetic field. These frequencies tell us which emotions and traumas have been unprocessed and where they are being held in the body, which limiting beliefs are in the mind, and which toxins or pathogens are present, as well as which organ or system is currently in a state of disharmony. These imbalances can therefore be addressed by using targeted frequencies to restore harmony in the electromagnetic field, mind and body, due to their interconnectedness.

Dr. Paul Nogier studied the phenomenon of our tissues vibrating at different frequencies in the 1950s-1970s. He was a physician specialized in Neurology in France and is more well known for his contribution to developing the practice of auriculotherapy or “ear acupuncture”. What many do not know is that he also made huge contributions to the field of Frequency or Vibrational Medicine as well, that many including myself believe deserved a Nobel prize.

“Our lives depend on a symphony of vibrations— a symphony that is often unheard and unseen until we experience symptoms of discomfort and eventually disease. This symphony of vibration or frequencies is the language of the universe. Every form of life depends on frequencies. The light we see and the sounds we hear are in the visible and audible vibratory range. The orchestra of life and the universe, however, includes many other instruments that vibrate faster and slower than those we see or hear.” Dr. Paul Nogier, MD (1908-1996).2 Dr. Nogier found that specific body tissues were in resonance with specific frequencies according to their embryologic origin and he found three specific frequencies which stimulate the creation of these bodily tissues:2,3

1) Outermost tissue that is known medically as the ectoderm which forms skin, glands, nerves, eyes, ears, teeth, brain and spinal cord. 2) Innermost tissue that is known medically as the endoderm which forms the lining of the intestinal tract, lungs, bladder, urethra and auditory tube. 3) Middle tissue that is known medically as the mesoderm which forms connective tissue, heart, blood and lymph vessels, kidneys, ovaries, testes, spleen and cortex of the adrenal gland.

He identified seven frequencies in total that are natural to our human bodies – three frequencies that correspond to the three tissue types described above plus four additional frequencies. His research demonstrated that the application of these frequencies helps to bring organs and tissues back to their healthy resonant frequency. A resonant frequency means the natural frequency with which the cells vibrate. Our cells will pick up their particular resonant frequency when they are exposed to a range of healthy frequencies that includes their specific natural healthy frequency. 2,3 Dr. Paul Nogier studied the phenomenon of our tissues vibrating at different frequencies in the 1950s-1970s. The Seven Nogier Frequencies: 2,3 Frequency A | 292Hz Cellular Vitality : Resonates with the Ectoderm (outermost tissue) that forms skin, glands, nerves, eyes, ears, teeth, brain and spinal cord. Assists wound healing, skin and nerve repair, and reduces scar tissue, inflammation and tumors. Try D if a chronic condition related to A is not improving. Frequency A is a universal frequency (as is G) that can be tried to any condition. Frequency B | 584 Hz Autonomic nerve balance : Resonates with Endoderm (innermost tissue) that forms the lining of the intestinal tract, the lungs, the bladder, the urethra, and the auditory tube. It also forms the thyroid, thymus, liver, gall bladder and pancreas. Improves nutritional assimilation, allergy problems and balances the parasympathetic nervous system. Used for circulatory problems, edema, and lymph problems. Frequency C | 1,168Hz Muscle and blood circulation : Resonates with Mesoderm (middle tissue) that forms connective tissue such as ligaments, tendons, cartilage, muscle, and bone. It also forms the heart, blood and lymph vessels, kidneys, ovaries, testes, spleen, and the cortex of the adrenal gland. Used for muscle, skeletal and myofascial pain.* Try D if chronic condition related to C is not improving. Frequency D | 2,336 Hz Mind and body stress adjustment : Helps to balance the two sides of the brain. May also help reduce and treat stress. Frequency E | 4,672Hz Peripheral Nervous System : Used for spinal and skin disorders and for pain control. Resonates with the spinal cord and peripheral nervous system. Veterinary experience: Reduces excess calcification such as bone spurs and arthritic joints. Frequency F | 73 Hz – Harmonic Frequency Hormone Balance : Resonates with the sub-cortical or lower regions of the brain. including the thalamus and hypothalamus—two major control centers for body functions. May also help with muscle spasms, facial pain, headaches and depression. Has been used for non-healing bone fractures and to help balance hormones. Veterinary experience: Improves circulation. Frequency G | 146Hz – Harmonic Frequency Brain activation intelligent tissue : Used for memory, psychological disorders, nervousness and worry. Resonates with the cerebral cortex of the brain—involved with thinking, imagining and creating. Veterinary experience: Reduces inflammation and scar tissue on tendons and ligaments, reduces edema and improves gums. Frequency G is a universal frequency (as is A) that can be tried for any condition.

I began studying Frequency Medicine in 2018 after purchasing my first Polychromatic (red/infrared/blue) Light Therapy system and becoming a Distributor through Inlight Therapy Systems, Inc. These light therapy systems use various settings incorporating the Seven Nogier Frequencies as well as the Schumann resonance and Solfeggio notes which can be specifically programmed depending on what tissues and issues are being targeted. I am also studying and offering Vibrational Water Medicine through Healers Who Share, Inc. which entails infusing specific frequencies into water to target specific issues.

I feel that if the future of Medicine is going to incorporate seeing and treating the WHOLE person, be patient-centered and focused on finding and healing the root cause of illness, then Frequency Medicine will need to be incorporated into Medical Education and accepted into the model of healthcare in our medical clinics and hospitals.

Frequency Medicine is one way we can move away from being over-reliant on band-aid pharmaceutical solutions that are often not addressing the root cause of symptoms and in many cases causing harm. I am seeing first-hand in my practice and in my own life, the incredible healing potential of Frequency Medicine in bringing the mind, body, emotions, and spirit back into a state of harmony.

In my personal and professional opinion, Frequency Medicine is the Future of Medicine. References: 1 A Practical Guide to Vibrational Medicine – Energy Healing and Spiritual Transformation. Chapter 1 – What is Vibrational Medicine? Author: Richard Gerber, MD. 2 Nogier Frequencies: 3 Light Energy Training Seminars, Level 1 Textbook.

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