Frequency Matters (Part 3)

Frequency Matters shaping the human form

When it comes to discussing the significance of frequency and the implications for our health and well being, it’s often challenging to discern the truth amongst the contradictory information. However, it’s incumbent upon us to provide material that helps sort things out with respect to the benefit or detriment of certain types of frequencies.

We previously introduced you to material which suggests that certain ranges of frequencies are toxic, not just to the human body, but to insects, animals and the environment overall. (see Frequency Matters (Part 1))

Next, we clarified our strategy with respect to our own Rife frequency technology. (See Frequency Matters (Part 2)) 

Here, we address other variations on the same theme to provide perspective on the fact that frequencies do, indeed matter. Many are employing technologies that give credence to the profound evidence supporting the use of frequency therapy to enhance and support our well-being.

If we accept the premise that with every thought we think, with every word we speak, we are influencing our vibrational (electrical) field, we must consider that there are techniques we can employ to enhance our experience of well-being, even down to the cellular level.

Most acknowledge that they are touched by the voice of a loved one; by a song that was a part of their younger years; by the bursts of the snare drum, the tone of the violin; or by the intricacies of a full symphony. The experience is visceral and the effects are both emotional and physical. 

Below are thirteen examples of frequency-based therapeutics worth exploring. This is not an endorsement; rather we offer them to those beginning their exploration of frequency therapy. We think the information will elucidate and validate for you the principles we employ in our Rife machines. Note that terms such as TENS and FSM are used in some of the material below. Both these terms describe, in a general way, the technology JWLABS uses. In short, the language is interchangeable and applies to the very nature of what we are doing.

  • TENS is the application of electrical current through electrodes placed on the skin for pain control. It can be applied with varying frequencies, from low (< 10 Hz) to high (> 50 Hz). Intensity may also be varied from sensory to motor intensities. 
  • The site of electrode application of TENS is typically at the site of injury. However, as central mechanisms are activated by TENS, it is possible that the application outside the site may also be effective.
  • Recent evidence from five prospective, randomized controlled studies continues to support the benefits of TENS for postoperative pain.
  • Basic scientific evidence suggests that there are peripheral and central nervous system mechanisms underlying the analgesic action of TENS.

“A healthy person at rest produces their body weight in adenosine triphosphate every day! At maximal exercise, this number can increase to 0.5 to 1.0 kg per minute—a truly remarkable indication of intense metabolic activity.

“A large amount of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) must be produced by the mitochondria every second of every day because ATP cannot be stored. This function is so important that mitochondria can take up as much as 25% of the cell volume. Cells contain from 1000 to 2500 mitochondria.1 The average cell uses 10 billion ATP per day, which translates to the typical adult needing 3.0 × 1025 ATP (I am publishing these numbers with some trepidation as the research is surprisingly inconsistent about exactly how much ATP a cell needs).2 To accomplish this prodigious feat, each ATP needs to be recycled from ADP 1000 times per day. Because the body cannot store ATP, the mitochondria must function consistently all the time. At any given time there are about 250 g of ATP in the cells. This represents about 4.25 watts, the equivalent of the energy in an AA battery. Every day, a healthy person produces a remarkable 1200 watts!3 Because the brain uses 70% of ATP, this helps explain the strong correlation between mitochondrial dysfunction and neurodegeneration.”

“FSM encourages natural healing of the body, reduces pain and inflammation, and repairs tissue by potentially increasing the production of cellular energy (ATP) by up to 500%. It does this by using the body’s own electrical system to influence the mitochondria in targeted tissues to produce more energy so cells can do more work.” (Author Unknown)

Dr. McCackin — Frequencies are electrical impulses. The frequency itself increases energy in the cells by 500% in two animal trials. The current itself gives the tissue the energy it needs to change, and then the frequency appears to tell the tissue what to do. So it takes the patient to a new place so everything you are doing works more quickly, more easily.

The data obtained in this experiment further suggests that microcurrent application increases cell respiration and ATP-synthesis.

The mechanism of microcurrent is felt to be the following; 1) Increases the circulation to the eye, 2) Stimulates the function of the retinal cells and 3) Reduces scar tissue. The effects of 10 to 500 microamps on the cellular level have been documented by Dr. Cheng to increase ATP production by 500%, increase protein synthesis by 70%, and increase cell transport by 40%.

Microcurrent can do the following!

Improves blood flow
Stimulates cellular activity
Removes scar tissue
Reduces inflammation
Neuro-protective Effect
Balance Autonomic Nervous system
Treat Neuropathies

Treat depression
Stimulate stem cells
Lower intra-ocular pressure
reverse macular degeneration
Facial rejuvenation
correct musulo- skeletal problems

“….Understanding how microcurrent stimulation can support eye disease depends on knowing about cellular energy. Each cell in the body has a power source called ATP. ATP (adenosine triphosphate) is a chemical that acts like a battery. ATP allows the cell to use energy. In cells of the eye’s retina, ATP provides the power to remove waste and keep the membrane viable.

“Waste removal plays a role in many eye diseases. Dry macular degeneration, for example, is marked by fatty deposits called “drusen” accumulating in the retina.

“Microcurrent stimulation helps stimulate ATP production. Using the correct frequency on the eyes increases blood flow. The fresh blood nourishes eye cells and tissues. Also, any dormant retinal cells are re-energized, allowing them to remove more waste products. Less waste allows more nutrients to circulate and improves intercellular communication.

“Exactly how MCS works scientifically is not yet known. Some research points to MCS imitating the electrical activity of the healthy eye. This energy boost helps awaken dormant cells, improve nerve conduction and velocity, and increase microvascular circulation….” (Author Unknown)

“Bone stimulation is the use of energy transmitted through bone to accelerate bone growth. Although the concept of stimulating bone growth was discovered in the mid-twentieth century, technological advances recently allowed for the development of techniques capable of delivering the potential necessary to modify bone….. 

“Bone stimulation is a useful adjunctive therapy for the treatment of non-unions, delayed unions, fresh fractures, and Charcot osteoarthrapathy….

The first modern report of electric methods being used to heal a non-union was of a medial malleolus in 1971 by direct current technology….”

“While the effectiveness of healing frequencies is disputed by some scientists, there is no doubt that musical instruments are able to produce frequencies capable of shifting human consciousness. This is why mystics and musicians have been tapping into this powerful manipulation of sound frequencies to move crowds for hundreds of years….” (Author Unknown)

“Rhythmic music may change brain function and treat a range of neurological conditions, including attention deficit disorder and depression, suggested scientists who gathered with ethnomusicologists and musicians at Stanford’s Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics May 13,2006…..” (Author Unknown)

…According to a study published by the National Institute of Health, “Music effectively reduces anxiety for medical and surgical patients and often reduces surgical and chronic pain….

“Medsonix, a publicly held company, manufactures a medical device that delivers low-frequency sound to increase blood flow and decrease inflammation and pain. Non-invasive and drug-free, the technology is used by health care providers for pain management…..

“Quoting British physicist Colin McClare, Dr. Bruce Lipton said, “Information can be carried by chemistry, and information can be carried by vibration. The question is whether one is better than the other.” Lipton explains that chemical reactions transfer only about two percent of information — 98 percent dissipates as heat loss. Information transmitted by frequency and vibration (energy) passes nearly 100 percent of the information…

The visionary Rudolf Steiner said that “Pure tones will be used for healing before the end of the [20th] century.” Indeed, that has happened, but there is much work to be done in identifying how specific sound and energy frequencies affect the body in specific ways. But with the number of studies underway today, it should not be long before sound therapy technology is embraced by mainstream medicine as a powerful complementary therapy.

“There are several metabolic processes that are enhanced through the use of Microcurrent Stimulation. The first to boost the cells’ ability to rid themselves of waste products. A cell with “stuck” waste products becomes a dead cell and interferes with cellular communication throughout the area where it is located. Cells need to take in nutrients and eliminate waste like all other living organisms. The energy supplied by Microcurrent Stimulation innervates cells to become vital and less sluggish.

“The second way Microcurrent Stimulation works is by increasing blood supply to the area stimulated. By increasing blood flow to the area cells and tissues are nourished, refreshed and oxygenation is increased. In general, the electrical current gently wakes up the cells from sleep and stimulates the healing process.”

Today, Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields (PEMF) is an emerging field of therapy which provides a new approach to disease modification. Echoing the research of Royal Rife, PEMF devices use electrical energy to create a series of low frequency magnetic pulses that penetrate every cell, stimulating internal electrical and chemical processes. 

…..Many studies have demonstrated the effectiveness of PEMF in healing soft-tissue wounds, suppressing inflammatory responses at the cell membrane level to alleviate pain, and increasing range of motion in arthritis sufferers. PEMF devices are even used by professional athletes to increase endurance, enhance performance, and speed recovery. PEMF is even being used by veterans suffering from PTSD and tramatic brain injuries to find relief from their symptoms. Years of research has shown the benefits of pulsed electromagnetic fields.

PEMF has been endorsed by Dr. R. O. Becker, Professor Dr. Linus Pauling, and Dr. Oz. 

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Far Infrared Therapy creates a special type of heat that penetrates deeper into the body providing temporary pain relief for arthritis, joints, muscles, minor strains, sprains, relaxing muscles, and increasing blood flow and circulation. While a regular heater warms the surrounding air heating your skin, far infrared heat is completely different providing a deep penetrating heat 3-8 inches into your body.

Red Light Therapy (RLT) is a treatment that may help skin, muscle tissue, and other parts of your body heal. It exposes you to low levels of red or near-infrared light. Infrared light is a type of energy your eyes can’t see, but your body can feel as heat. Red light is similar to infrared, but you can see it.

Red light therapy is also called low-level laser therapy (LLLT), low-power laser therapy (LPLT), and photobiomodulation (PBM).

How Does Red Light Therapy Work?

With red light therapy, you expose your skin to a lamp, device, or laser with a red light. A part of your cells called mitochondria, sometimes called the “power generators” of your cells, soak it up and make more energy. Some experts think this helps cells repair themselves and become healthier. This spurs healing in skin and muscle tissue.

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