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The Connection Between Energy Blockages and Disease: Uncovering the Unseen Roots of Illness

Have you felt unexplained aches, fatigue, or recurring illness despite good medical care? Traditional medicine may not have all the answers. Modern science is beginning to validate how disruptions in our energetic biofield can lead to physical dis-ease. Energy medicine can clear blockages and support your body's natural healing abilities.



Energy medicine is an umbrella term for various treatment modalities rooted in the correlation between the flow in our energetic systems and our overall well-being. Referred to as chi in Tai Chi, or prana in yoga, National Institutes of Health (NIH) introduced the term biofield in 1992. It delineates the energy that flows through, and emanates from, all living beings.


Clearing congested energy restores an unimpeded flow of life force energy, allowing the body to heal itself. Using electromagnetic devices to promote healing is common in traditional Western medicine. Healthcare providers use therapeutic ultrasound to promote the healing of soft-tissue injuries.


A 2020 article in the Journal of Pain Research  concluded that electromagnetic-field therapies were a safe, noninvasive, and effective treatment for pain from musculoskeletal disease, while advising that more research was needed to determine the optimal frequency calibration. According to a 2003 article in Techniques in Orthopeadics, the magnitude and quality of energy emitted from the hands of Therapeutic Touch practitioners was comparable to the waveforms from the electrical-stimulation devices doctors use to heal fractures that do not respond to standard treatment. 


Acceptance that a human healer, who does not require calibration, can mimic the effects of a mechanical device has been slow. Yet techniques like Therapeutic Touch and Healing Touch are taught in nursing schools and offered to patients in hospitals, Veteran’s Administration facilities, and outpatient cancer treatment centers. The Association for Comprehensive Energy Psychology (ACEP) teaches energy medicine to licensed mental health professionals.


Despite growing use, research involving human healers is limited, as it is easier to obtain funding for a marketable product than studies that corroborate our ability to heal each other and ourselves. Comprehensive guidelines for researching biofield therapies were not published until February 2024.


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