While some allopathic physicians consider quantum healing a pseudo-science, it’s actually based on science. In fact, the same principles of quantum physics that Albert Einstein and other early twentieth-century scientists espoused when they rejected Newton’s mechanistic worldview are fundamental to holistic healing systems.
Quantum healing focuses on the belief that your mind has the power to heal your body and that everything in the universe is interconnected. It also embraces ideas that are at the core of ancient Indian practices like yurveda, which believes that health is a balance of mind, body, and spirit. Quantum healers often combine yurvedic concepts with the practices of Transcendental Meditation and other mind-body disciplines like yoga.
One of the more common types of quantum healing is Quantum Touch, which consists of hand-on energy work that accelerates your body’s natural ability to heal itself and bring you back into alignment with your physical, mental, emotional and spiritual self. It’s similar to the Reiki tradition of energy healing, but it has a more hands-on approach and is designed specifically to address issues in your physical body, such as broken bones or inflammation tumours.
Another quantum healing system involves the use of light to accelerate your body’s natural healing process. MBET has developed a series of dressings that emit light at the precise wavelength, intensity, distance and time of exposure to optimize its benefits. Depending on the wavelength, it can deliver blue light for antibacterial activity or orange/red for anti-inflammatory or regenerative action. Moreover, it can be programmed to target specific tissues such as the epidermis, outer-layer dermis, subcutaneous fat, or ligaments/tendons and bone/bone marrow. quantum healing systems