Lesson 11 Chapter 3
The law of nature states that everything has a vibration. If you’ve ever taken a chemistry class, you may remember learning about atoms, and that everything is made up of atoms. These atoms are in a constant state of motion or vibration, and depending on the speed of the vibration of these atoms, things appear as a solid, liquid, or gas.
Everything in nature vibrates at different frequencies. Scientific research has shown that different body parts and different organs of the body have their own vibrational/frequency signature. In other words the frequency that the cells of the heart vibrate at are different from the vibrational frequency of the cells of the Lungs.
When parts of the body and/or mind become stressed or weakened, they are no longer vibrating at the correct frequency of wellness; in other words they are not vibrating at their prime (optimal) resonant frequency.
Dr. Royal R. Rife, a brilliant physician and scientist in the 1920s, found that every health disorder/dis-ease has a frequency, and that certain high frequencies can actually prevent further development of these disorders, by raising the body’s frequencies back into harmony/balance.
When the immune system and the organs that house it are weak and/or compromised, it is going to have a lower energy/vibrational frequency than a strong, vital immune system vibrates at. When dis-ease and illness are present in the mind and/or body, they may manifest as chemical imbalances. However, underlying this is an electromagnetic imbalance that has altered the specific vibrational frequencies of the very molecules, cells, tissues and organs within the body.
When it comes to the sense of smell, odor is received by the receptors in the nose whose signal is transferred to the olfactory bulb which is part of the limbic brain. Because smell data doesn’t first travel to the nervous system and instead goes directly to the brain, it is said that smell is the brain’s direct link to the environment. All smells, like all sounds for example, have their own unique signature frequency. If they didn’t have their own vibrational frequency, we wouldn’t be able to tell one odor from other scents.
Were you aware that Parasites, whether fleas, ticks, intestinal worms or heartworms; are all naturally attracted to animals with low vibrational frequencies?
An animal with a strong immune system and high vibrational frequencies will naturally be unattractive to microbes, parasites, etc. Strong immune systems and higher vibrational frequencies are brought about and maintained with adherence to the laws of nature, which include but are not limited to proper, raw, species appropriate nutrition, the elimination of toxic chemicals, etc.
A substance with a higher frequency such as essential oils can raise a lower frequency due to the principle of entrainment. The tendency for two oscillating/vibrating bodies to lock into phase so that they vibrate in harmony is called entrainment. This principle is key to understanding the effect essential oils can have on the electromagnetic frequency of the body and organs and balancing the immune system.
Clinical research shows that essential oils have the highest electrical/energetic frequency of any natural substance known to man and when used in conjunction with the laws of health/nature, they have the ability to create an environment in which dis-ease, cannot thrive.
The measured frequencies of essential oils have been shown to go as high as 320 MHz as seen with Rose oil! Lavender has a frequency of 118 MHz and Sandalwood has a frequency of 96 MHz. Oils entrain the cells of the body to increase their vibratory rate. Can you feel the vibe of good health? Good health actually has a frequency! 70MHz.
To put this frequency business into perspective, dead foods such as cooked hamburger and/or chicken have a frequency of 3 to 5 MHz; raw almonds vibrate at 50 MHz; living greens such as broccoli and wheatgrass have a frequency of 70MHz.
(Oil frequencies are documented in these books: The Essential Oil Desk Reference, published by Essential Science Publishing 2001; and Reference Guide for Essential Oils, by Connie and Alan Higley, Revised edition 2001.)
Compiled by Dr. Jeannie Thomason