How does Radionics Work?
Fundamental Principles of Radionics
Basic to Radionic theory and practice is:
- the concept that man and all life forms share a common ground in that they are immersed in the electro-magnetic field of the earth
- that each life form has its own electro-magnetic field, which if sufficiently distorted, will ultimately result in disease of the organism
- accepting that “all is energy”, Radionics sees organs, diseases and remedies as having their own particular frequency or vibration.
These provide the means by which the practitioner identifies and treats disease at a distance. Radionics also takes into consideration that there are a number of finely organized fields of energy which lie beyond those identified by science, and that these fields can be utilized for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes. Thus it may be said that Radionics is a healing art where quantum physics , science and religion, meet and merge.
The Radionics practitioner, in making a distance analysis, utilizes the intuitive faculty, which science now believes arises from right brain hemisphere functions. The intuitive mind has access to information in the matrix of subtle energies which lies beyond the reach of rational and logical abilities of the left brain.
By tuning in both the mind and Radionic instrument to the distance client, the practitioner by applying his faculties of extra- sensory perception (something we all have to a greater or lesser degree) is able, through observing the reactions of the detection apparatus under his control, to determine what the underlying causes of disease or dysfunction are.
By identifying causes which may be hidden from clinical and more orthodox procedures, the Radionic practitioner is able, then, to determine with accuracy the correct treatment which will eliminate this underlying element. A Radionic analysis is not a medical diagnosis, but as previously stressed, a means of identifying and assessing the underlying causes which give rise to pathological states and their systems.
These may or may not coincide with current medical opinion, but this is to be expected when the practitioner’s approach is along subtle energy (para-physical) lines.
Can Bio-Resonance Radionics work for my horse, dog or cat?
Radionics can be used for a wide variety of conditions. Years of experience have shown it to be effective in the treatment of many conditions such as chronic and acute illnesses, respiratory, digestive, skeletal and muscular problems, allergies, injuries and so on. It is a complementary therapy for humans and animals.
Radionics is also very useful for alleviating behavioural problems in animals, and may help an owner to both understand the problem, and work with the animal to restore confidence and well-being.
Radionics has a long history in the treatment of animals, and many horses have benefited from being put on “The Black Box” (the nickname arising from original instruments).
Competition horses may suffer from “nerves” and tension in dressage, showing or show jumping. Radionics may be a very effective therapy, as well as potentiating athletic performance in the event or race.
Where does Radionics come from-History?
Radionics is a method of diagnosis and treatment at a distance which utilizes specially designed instruments. The practitioner can determine the underlying causes of diseases within a living system, be it human, animal, plant, or the soil itself.
While Radionics is mainly used to address human ailments, is has also been used extensively in agriculture to increase yields, control pests and enhance the health of livestock.
Modern Radionics as a healing art originating from the research of the distinguished American physician Dr. Albert Abrams. He was born in San Francisco in 1863 and became one of the most highly qualified specialists of his day. A graduate of the University of California, he wrote several medical text books and eventually won for himself a national reputation as a specialist in diseases of the nervous system.
in the course of his research Abrams made the startling discovery that diseases could be measured in terms of energy, and he devised an instrument of calibrated dials which enabled him to identify and measure disease reactions and intensities.
From this work, called E.R.A. (Electronic Reaction of Abrams), came Radionics as we know it today. Leading British physician Sir James Barr considered Abrams’ discoveries to be among the most significant of the day.
Not surprisingly, certain elements of the medical and scientific community attacked Abrams’ work and sought to discredit him. In 1924, the year of Abrams’ death a committee of the Royal Society of Medicine under the Chairmanship of Sir Thomas (later Lord) Horder investigated his claims. To the astonishment of medicine and science, the committee, after exhaustive tests, had to admit that Abrams’ claim was proven.
During the 1930’s in the United States, Chiropractor Dr. Ruth Drown added further dimensions to Radionics through the discovery that diagnosis and treatment could be carried out from a distance. In the 1940’s the main focus of Radionic research switched to England and the De La Warr Laboratories in Oxford. Instruments and techniques were refined and extensive work was done in the field of radionic photography originally initiated by Dr. Drown in California.
The 1960’s saw completely new concepts emerge from Malcom Raes‘ research into Radionics instrumentation and homeopathic potency simulation, and the introduction by Chiropractor Dr. David Tansley of a whole new basis for Radionic diagnosis and treatment based on the subtle anatomy (bioenergy fields) of man, which subsequently revolutionized the theory and practice of Radionics throughout the world.