Is Frequency the Future of Medicine or an Ancient Mystery Revealed?

Dec 12, 2011 by
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It usually takes a well-funded scientific breakthrough or an overwhelming catastrophe to facilitate change that actually makes a difference. People are slow to embrace new scientific information because anything fundamentally different from the status quo intimidates them. Although a major disaster forces transformation, people don?t always adjust willingly. The most profound and permanent way to cause a shift in perception is through affirmative life experience.

Over the last decade, US consumers have been challenged by a struggling health care system, their own failing health and the lack of wellness of their families and clientele.

Today we are living with more autism, more heart disease, increased arthritis, diabetes, auto immune disease, insulin resistance, adrenal burnout, high blood pressure… The list seems endless with no hope in sight.

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