six pillArs of energy medicine


Conventional medicine, at its foundation, focuses on the biochemistry of cells, tissue, and organs. Energy medicine, at its foundation, focuses on the fields that organize and control the growth and repair of cells, tissues, and organs, and on ways of influencing those fields. This affords energy medicine several strengths in comparison with the conventional medical model. 
Six properties of energy medicine give it strengths that could augment conventional health care models. 

These include the ways energy medicine; 

(1) Can address biological processes at their energetic foundations, 

(2) Regulates biological processes with precision, speed, and flexibility, 

(3) Fosters health and prevents illness with interventions that can be readily, economically, and noninvasively applied, 

(4) Includes methods that can be used on an at-home, self-help basis, fostering a stronger patient-practitioner partnership in the healing process (patient empowerment), 

(5) Adopts non-linear concepts consistent with distant healing, the healing impact of prayer, and the role of intention in healing (quantum compatibility), and 

(6) Strengthens the integration of body, mind, and spirit, leading not only to a focus on healing, but to achieving greater well-being, peace, and passion for life (holistic orientation).

Energy medicine is based on the supposition that illness results from disturbances in the body’s energies and energy fields and can be addressed via interventions into those energies and energy fields. It is 1 of 5 domains of “complementary and alternative medicine” identified by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), with others including biologically based practices (eg, the ingestion of herbs, vitamins, minerals, and amino acids), manipulative and body-based practices (eg, chiropractic, osteopathy, massage, rolfing, reflexology), and mind-body medicine (eg, hypnosis, visual imagery, meditation, biofeedback). 

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ENERGY MEDICINE


"Energy is everything and everything is Energy"


There are many well-established uses for the application of measurable energy fields to diagnose or treat diseases: electromagnetic fields in magnetic resonance imaging, cardiac pacemakers, radiation therapy, ultraviolet light for psoriasis, laser keratoplasty, and more.

Energy Medicine involves the use of energy fields to promote health. There are two types of energy medicine practice. The first type is referred to as Biofield therapies which affect energy fields that surround and penetrate the human body. Examples of Biofield therapies include Eden Energy Medicine, Qi Gong, Reiki, and Therapeutic Touch. The second type is Electromagnetic-based therapies that involve the unconventional use of electromagnetic fields, such as pulsed fields, magnetic fields, or alternating current or direct current fields. 
Examples include: acupuncture, magnet therapy, and pulsed electromagnetic fields.

It was discovered that the human body has a subtle bio-energy system made up of energy conduits called meridians. These meridians are interconnected in ways that allow the flow of energy, to move throughout the body from one meridian to another. Disruptions to the flow of energy created by blockages in any of the meridians can result in illness and disease. The flow and balance of life energies are necessary for maintaining health and there are tools to restore them. Acupuncture, acupressure, Chinese herbal medicine, energy medicine, moxibustion, and cupping, for example, are all geared toward correcting imbalances and restoring the flow of qi (energy) through meridians to reinstate health.

Several energy fields apparently work in concert in governing fundamental biological processes, including a biofield surrounding the body, local fields concentrated in specific areas of the body, and pathways that regulate the flow of energy within the body. These fields, interestingly, correspond with energy systems that have been described in the healing traditions of other cultures. Specifically, ancient constructs adopted into our language as the aura (biofields), the chakras (local fields), and the meridians (energy pathways) are finding empirical support in modern laboratories.


Energy medicine is an approach to healing that treats the subtle energy patterns of the body in order to ease the unpleasant and painful symptoms of illness. Energy medicine is gentle, non-invasive, and does not interfere with conventional treatments in any way. Many clients have reported that energy medicine has brought relief from specific symptoms and has improved appetite, mood, sleep patterns and vitality, thus enhancing their quality of life.