Many people undergo strenuous treatments, and there are other potent but non-intrusive ways, such as Reconnective Healing. The use of light frequencies in medical practice transforms that field onto the next level of healing. I believe that frequency based healing is the way of the future. Reconnective Healing and other energy healing modalities exemplify this already, yet there remains a need in society for showing efficacy beyond anecdotal stories, regardless of their overwhelming number globally. So these studies fill that void and show that light frequencies directly impact biochemistry and seem to operate on a systemic level, while also being targeted, compatible with conventional therapy, easy to self-apply, harmless, and effective. What better way to treat an illness? No needles. No pills. No side-effects. The very words written on my banner when presenting Reconnective Healing in public. Light frequencies hold a key to wellbeing, whether they are received at home, at hospital, or at your holistic healthcare practice.
So, let me report their findings:
Reading these two studies was very exciting indeed. They sit very well together, and they document a new medical approach to cancer treatment using light energy, offering a very promising, non-invasive method people can administer themselves as outpatients in a harmless and pain-free way.
Contrary to novel developments in chemotherapy and targeted therapy, which usually employ animal testing and in vitro experiments, this approach was entirely patient-based. No patient reported any significant side-effects, and no participant discontinued treatment due to adverse impacts. Essentially, there were no side- effects. Also, patients who combined the new electromagnetic (=light) treatment with conventional chemotherapy and targeted therapy did not suffer adverse synergy effects, suggesting compatibility with other methods. This both parallels the Reconnective Healing experience 100%. I love it.
A very significant and exciting finding was that tumors respond to specific radio (=light) frequencies*. Once these are identified from biofeedback with the patient, they can be used for treatment. That is why this method is targetable and does not hurt surrounding tissues, a great advantage over conventional approaches. A total of 163 cancer patients participated, and the research team identified 1524 suitable treatment frequencies between 0.1 Hz and 114 Hz for various tumor types. Most of these were tumor-specific, i.e. they only occurred in patients with the same tumor type, but not in people with a different tumor.
The approach is simple: 1) subject patient to harmless biofeedback test in order to establish their tumor’s responsive frequency and amplitude; 2) train patient to self-administer a preset electromagnetic energy field to their body via a spoon shaped mouthpiece 3x a day for 60 mins; 3) check results. Could it really be this easy?
A case example illustrates how light frequency treatment can work for people with advanced (metastatic) cancer (Quote from A Barbault et al, 2009. See references below.):
“[…] the patient complained of severe hip pain, […] limiting her mobility despite the intake of opioids. Within two weeks of experimental treatment initiation with breast cancer specific frequencies, the patient reported complete disappearance of her pain and discontinued the use of pain medications. She also reported a significant improvement of her overall condition. […] PET-CT scans obtained three months after treatment initiation showed complete disappearance of the right adrenal and left ischium lesions.“
While this treatment of her metastatic breast cancer was 100% successful for 11 months (the paper unfortunately does not state what happened then, i.e. patient no longer observed, cancer recurring, or other outcomes), the patient had developed uterine cancer previous to the application of radio frequencies, and also while undergoing her frequency treatment. Images show both disappearance of metastases stemming from the breast tumor, and simultaneous development of uterine cancer, strongly suggesting frequency specificity: while the treatment with breast cancer specific frequencies resulted in a complete response (i.e. healing of metastatic breast cancer), it did not prevent a different tumor’s progression.
This is both disappointing and encouraging. Disappointing from a patient’s point of view, where the journey continues, instead of being happily finished. Encouraging from a treatment perspective, where, based on the findings of these studies, it must be assumed that the new tumor, too, has specific frequencies it responds to. Thus, it can be treated in the same manner, which is a rather hopeful proposition to someone with an already successful history of light frequency healing. Additionally, a specific response is always desirable, as it ensures the surrounding tissue remains intact and unharmed by therapy.
This effect was shown in a different experimental setup: studying different liver cancer cell lines, the researchers investigated the mechanism behind the action of tumor- specific electromagnetic fields and found that they directly disrupt cell division and down- regulate gene expression, thus inhibiting cancer growth and proliferation.
Frequency specificity was shown by cross- exposing liver cells in culture to liver tumor-specific frequencies formerly established from biofeedback with patients: liver cancer cells received treatment both with liver tumor-specific frequencies, and frequencies unique to breast cancer. They only responded to the former and were unaffected by the latter. Also, healthy liver cells exposed to liver tumor-specific frequencies showed no measurable effect. This establishes quite nicely that the tumor surrounding tissue suffers no consequences of frequency exposure. Furthermore, these laboratory findings also document frequency specificity and correspond perfectly with the above case history of a breast cancer patient experiencing a 100% metastatic tumor remission, yet another growth developing in her uterus while receiving electromagnetic frequency treatment (specific to breast cancer).
In seeking to explain how this process works inside the body, the scientists hypothesize a systemic response evoked by the administered electromagnetic frequencies, additionally to the above shown mechanisms of mitotic disruption (cell division) and specific gene down-regulation. So while frequencies are tumor-specific, they may have wide-ranging effects on tumor host interactions, such as immune modulation. The amounts of electromagnetic energy used for treatment and in experiments was far too low to break chemical bonds or cause thermal effects, requiring a different explanation for observed biological outcomes. To date, according to the researchers, there is no known biophysical mechanism to explain these findings, yet, as we have seen, the method was successful. Again, this sounds very familiar, from a Reconnective Healing perspective.
The studies conclude:
“[…] we provide novel evidence that very low level of amplitude-modulated electromagnetic fields block the growth of HCC [hepatocellular carcinoma, liver cancer] cells in a tumor- and tissue- specific fashion, […] mediated by changes in gene-expression as well as a disruption of the mitotic spindle [cell division]. These findings uncover a new alley to control tumor growth and may have broad implications for the treatment of cancer. “ (from 2009 & 2012 papers, see below)
The implications are amazing indeed: the process is harmless & non-invasive, compatible with other therapies, targeted, has excellent tolerability, no side- effects – and it works. Just like other forms of energy healing.
All up, this is very encouraging, and one can only hope that more research of this kind gets funded quickly.
If you or a loved one currently experience cancer, why not alert your medical team to the 2012 paper below? I would most definitely ask if they are aware of it and, if not, point them to it. Both papers are freely available online, just follow the links in the references below.
Thanks for reading, I hope this contributes to your knowledge base in a meaningful way. Feel free to share this article with others, as it’s important to distribute this information as widely as possible in order for it to enter into the medical practice on a routine basis. The more people demand this form of treatment, the sooner we’ll see it applied in medical practices.
You just took the first step of informing yourself. Now consider helping others do the same by pointing out the papers below. You may impact someone’s life in a very meaningful way indeed by doing so. Sharing is free.
Provided by Katrin Geist