What is Bio – Frequency and its major role in Human Life?

Frequency describes the number of waves that pass a fixed place in a given amount of time. So if the time it takes for a wave to pass is 1/2 second, the frequency is 2 per second. If it takes 1/100 of an hour, the frequency is 100 per hour.

We can measure theses frequencies through medical equipment ( as picture bellow )


What is Bio-Resonance frequency and Disease ?

Robert O. Becker
Frequency is a measurable rate of electrical energy that is constant between any two points. Every living thing has an electrical frequency. Robert O. Becker, M.D., documents the electrical frequency of the human body in his book, The Body Electric.
Royal Raymond Rife 2
A frequency generator was developed in the early 1920’s by Royal Raymond Rife, M.D. He found that by using certain frequencies, he could destroy a cancer cell or virus. He found that these frequencies could prevent the development of disease, and others would destroy disease.
Bjorn Nordenstrom
Bjorn Nordenstrom, a radiologist from Stockholm, Sweden, wrote the book “Biologically Closed Circuits”. He discovered in the 1980’s that by putting an electrode inside a tumor and running a milliamp D.C. (Direct Current) through the electrode,

Bjorn Nordenstrom..

he could dissolve the cancer tumor and stop its growth. He found electropositive and electronegative energy fields in the human body.
Bruce Tainio
Bruce Tainio of Tainio Technology in Cheney, Washington, developed new equipment to measure the bio-frequency of humans and foods. He used this bio-frequency monitor to determine the relationship between frequency and disease.

Bruce Tainio

Measuring in megahertz, it was found that processed / canned food had a zero MHz frequency; fresh produce measured up to 15 MHz frequency; dry herbs from 12-22 MHz; and fresh herbs from 2-27 MHz. A healthy body typically has a frequency ranging from 62 to 78 MHz, while disease begins at 58 MHz.

What are Brainwaves?

Brainwaves are electrical impulses in the brain. An individual’s behavior, emotions, and thoughts are communicated between neurons within our brains. Brainwaves are produced by synchronised electrical pulses from masses of neurons communicating with each other. Brainwaves occur at various frequencies. Some are fast and some are slow. The classic names of these EEG ( Electroencephalogram  ) bands are delta, theta, alpha, beta, and gamma. They are measured in cycles per second or hertz ( Hz ).

Delta brainwaves

Delta brainwaves ( 0.1 to 3.5 Hz ) are the slowest, highest amplitude brain waves, and are what we experience when we are asleep. In general, different levels of awareness are associated with dominant brainwave states.

theta brainwaves

Theta brainwaves ( 3.6 to 7 Hz ) brain waves represent a day dreamy, spacey state of mind that is associated with mental inefficiency. At very slow levels, theta brain wave activity is a very relaxed state, representing the twilight zone between waking and sleep.

Alpha brainwaves

Alpha brainwaves ( 8 to 13 Hz ) are slower and larger. They are associated with a state of relaxation and represent the brain shifting into an idling gear, waiting to respond when needed. If we close our eyes and begin picturing something peaceful, there is an increase in alpha brainwaves.

Beta Brainwaves

Beta brainwaves ( 14 to 30 Hz ) are small, faster brainwaves associated with a state of mental, intellectual activity and outwardly focused concentration. This is basically state of alertness.

Gamma brainwave

Gamma brainwaves ( 31 to 100 Hz ) are the fastest and most subtle brain waves. Gamma rhythms modulate perception and consciousness.

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