What is Vibrational Medicine?

Vibrational Medicine

Everything is energy, and the vibrational field is the dynamic and interconnected system that contains and directs energy in all of its forms. It exists on the individual level and at a universal level, a system (or many systems) within a system. Dr. Richard Gerber describes the vibrational field at it relates to the physical body as follows:

“The molecular arrangement of the physical body is actually a complex network of interwoven energy fields. The energetic network, which represents the physical/cellular framework, is organized and nourished by “subtle” energetic systems which coordinate the life-force within the body. There is a hierarchy of subtle energetic systems that coordinate electrophysiologic and hormonal function as well as cellular structure within the physical body. It is primarily from these subtle levels that health and illness originate...these subtle energies influence cellular patterns of growth in both positive and negative directions.” 1

Vibrational medicine operates on the premise that any high vibrating energy that we absorb into our aura will have a cascade affect on our vibrational field, which includes the lower subtle bodies, the chakras, and the physical body.

Nature presents a direct gateway to the universal vibrational field. Mother Nature, in her divine wisdom, is perfectly balanced in every way and possesses the innate wisdom to restore balance where balance has been lost. The high vibration of plants and crystals can correct the energies that are out of alignment in our own electro-magnetic energy fields. And, because the vibrational remedies work on an energetic level, they bypass the low vibrating ego and intellect that keep many of us stuck in dysfunctional patterns and illness. Vibrational Medicine is like sitting in nature and taking in her healing energy – right out of a bottle!

(from Senses of the Soul: Healing into Wholeness with Nature’s Vibrational Medicine, 2011)

Vibrational Medicine

1 Richard Gerber M.D., Vibrational Medicine (Vermont, Bear & Company, 2001) 43.