Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Vibrational Medicine (the #1 Handbook of Subtle-Energy Therapies) by Richard Gerber, M.D.


Unlike the majority of diet, exercise and motivation books that are popular to the masses of people who need help—this book is neither a light read nor something to be read cover to cover.

If you are into cheerleading type fodder laced with a few take home messages disguised as motivational quotes in order to encourage you to take care of yourself—this book is not for you.

Those who would enjoy this book have the following characteristics:

  • Emerald demeanor (according to Dani Johnson teachings)
  • Have experienced failure with Western Medicine for their health interests

  • Curious or learning about:
    • Quantum physics
    • Esotericism
    • Chinese Medicine
    • Native American Medicine
    • Ayurvedic Medicine
    • Holistic medicine
    • Multiple plane consciousness
    • Cosmic cycles
    • Chakras & Kundalini
    • Stones & crystals
    • Frequency tuning

    • Elemental healing

  • Would dream or think "What if the Mayo Clinic staff was composed of":
    • Medical researchers
    • Doctors
    • Nurses
    • Acupuncturists
    • Herbalists
    • Chemists/ alchemists
    • Clairvoyant/ empathic diagnosticians
    • Engineers
    • Physicists
    • and many other gifted professionals
This book addresses the concepts of multiple interactive energy systems. Of which, these energy systems include but are not limited to endocrinology, meridian lines, chakras and the ethereal body. Modalities consist of allopathic, homeopathic, electromagnetic energy fields, essential oils, flower essences, Kirlian photography; it proposes bridging the gap between physical medical science and metaphysics.



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