Frequencies (Part 1): Unearthing the Mysteries of Life

Rob Verkerk

In this feature, we take a deeper dive into what’s going on in this fascinating and often neglected area of medicine, and we hope it might go some way to helping you sort the (gluten-free) wheat from the chaff.

… Considering it is now nearly 120 years ago that Einstein proposed the theory of mass-energy equivalence encompassed by his general theory of relativity and the world’s most famous equation, E = mc2, many would argue, us included, that it is remarkable that energy medicine has not by now become the mainstay of medicine as predicted by Einstein himself.

So why is today’s mainstream system of medicine not the medicine of frequencies? Is it because the science of energy medicine hasn’t progressed sufficiently, or is it because the scientific basis of energy medicine isn’t recognized, or because it hasn’t been demonstrated to be clinically effective, at least consistently enough?

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