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How can Bioresenance help me?

How can Bioresenance help me?


Bioresonance, testing, therapy and energy medicine


What is Bioresonance therapy?

If you are seriously ill then you need to consult your local health professionals but, in addition, a growing number of people  are discovering the benefits of bioresonance therapy.

It has been used in many countries since the late 70’s. There are thousands of accounts where patients have introduced bioresonance along with conventional medicine and can testify to the effectiveness of the therapy offered by bioresonance. There are many  holistic practitioners who are providing therapy on a daily basis.

We are faced on a daily basis with an increasing amount of environmental stressors and pathogens, some of which have become resistant to antibiotics. Parasites are one example – they have been known to cause many of the conditions that people suffer within modern society and our pets also suffer from infestations. Energy medicine has been used for over 35 years to try and eliminate these invaders without the use of drugs.

BICOM bioresonance therapy is a non-invasive, gentle therapy making it suitable for children and babies and even sensitive patients. Animals, from guinea pigs to horses, can also benefit.

Therapy on a bioresonance machine does not cure an illness; it assists the body to reduce its toxin or stress load and so helps to restore ‘self-regulation’, allowing the body to heal itself. It is best known for environmental stress factors that may be contributing to a person’s illness, such as ‘electrosmog’, radiation, parasites and other pathogens. Some common symptoms where environmental stressors are at play include general aches and pains, tiredness, digestive upsets, skin blemishes or just a general feeling of “not being quite right”. Many people often wonder why, despite our scientific advances and affluence, more and more people struggle with maintaining good health. Some disorders are given a ‘label’ but many can’t be treated; they are simply managed. Many of these disorders and syndromes have steadily increased over the last 20 years, which begs the question of whether there might be environmental stress factors involved.

Today, there are over 8000 BICOM devices in Germany, (18,000 worldwide in 80 countries) used by both medical practitioners in private practice and by complementary therapists. Bioresonance therapy is widely used in other German-speaking countries such as Austria and Switzerland and also in the Netherlands and the UK. It is starting to become more well-known outside Europe, especially in China, where it is   used in some government hospitals*, primarily children’s hospitals. In other countries, including Australia, bioresonance is seen as a complementary therapy.

As recently as the mid-1800s, people had no realistic ideas about the origins of illness. Then, following the work of Louis Pasteur, Robert Koch and others, the “germ theory” of medicine was accepted, based on the idea that a specific germ causes the same disease in all patients under all conditions. However, a respected contemporary of Pasteur’s, the physician Jacques Antoine Bechamp, felt the germ theory was oversimplified and argued that diseases were the result of multiple factors unique to each individual’s internal status and external environment. The debate continues to the present day. The multicausal view is well articulated by Hans Seyle MD in his book “The Stress of Life”.

These days, we live hectic, fast-paced lives. A vast array of technical appliances, incredibly fast means of transport and communication and any amount of fast, processed foods and chemical products make our everyday lives so much easier. The technology we have today could barely have been imagined 50 or 60 years ago. As much as we enjoy all of this, some of us are paying a price for it.

Imagine the body as an empty barrel at birth. Then, with each contact with stressing substances in the environment, a little more is added to the barrel. When the regulatory mechanisms in our bodies are functioning properly they can usually prevent the barrel from overflowing by processing and eliminating the stressors. In some people, however, the regulatory system cannot cope and the barrel overflows, resulting in illness.

Discoveries made in quantum physics have revealed that all particles of matter share the characteristics of both waves and particles. This means that all substances, and therefore all cells in all parts of the body, as well as viruses, bacteria, pollen, toxins, etc. emit electromagnetic waves. Depending upon their nature, all substances have their specific wavelength or frequency with highly individual characteristics. This is known as a frequency pattern which can be detected by the theropy.

Research into biophotons is based on the assumption that cells communicate with one another by means of “flashes of light” (photon radiation) at certain ‘resonant’ frequencies. Biophysics researchers believe that the biophysical level of the body controls the biochemical level and hence the structure of matter and the structure of organs. These complex concepts have been expertly explained in layman’s terms by the UK medical journalist, Lynne McTaggart in part one of her book “The Field” which includes interviews with several of the key scientists working in biophysics.

The BICOM device uses frequency patterns taken either from the body in the original biofeedback mode or from substances that are stressing the body. When from the body, it either uses applicators making skin contact or magnetic applicators to collect information from deeper inside the body or from on top of light clothing. The BICOM separates these waves into harmonious (healthy) and disharmonious (unhealthy) components. The healthy waves can be boosted and sent back to the body to strengthen normal functions, while the unhealthy waves are ‘inverted’ or turned upside down by an electronic mirror circuit before returning them to reduce their negative effect on the body. What actually happens is more complicated but the ‘inverted’ wave cancels the harmful wave that was stressing the body’s energetic system. You can see this effect at the beach where a wave reflected from a rock flattens the next incoming wave. The same electronic principle is used in noise-cancelling headphones for use on aircraft.

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