Consciousness and Medicine

Course VII

Course VII: 11 Dimensional Holistic Healthcare

Course Outline: This course looks at the prevalence of physical consciousness and medicine in our modern day society. This includes the link between medical science and material objectivity. We then discuss the advances in non-physical consciousness and medicine, including a new generation of “vibrational medicine” that we call 11 dimensional holistic healthcare because it has the potential to treat the non-physical roots of physical ailments and illness. If you have not taken Courses I-VI, we recommend doing so in order to understand the references to consciousness and medicine in this course. 

The Role of Consciousness In Medicine

a colorful image illustrating the physical and nonphysical parts of medicine

In Courses V and VI, we went in-depth to thresh out the influences that have shaped the discussion and understanding of consciousness for the past 400 years in both scientific and societal senses. These same cultural and ideological influences have influenced the practice of clinical medicine throughout every individual Life Science discipline.

In fact, these disciplines are still enmeshed, in large part, in the same Individualist, Materialist mold as Physics. Just how does consciousness and medicine relate to science and society? Well, to properly frame the connection between science, consciousness and medicine let’s revisit the four main tenets of materialist scientific inquiry (Course I), but let’s also add the proper medical caveats to this list:

  1. The physical world is made up of inert and changeless matter, and matter changes only in terms of location in otherwise dead space within a maximally four-dimensional Universal arena. This is how most clinicians view, diagnose and attempt to treat the human body in a solely materialist, mechanical context.
  2. Matter mirrors physical theory in that its behavior is inherently mathematical, and thus physical reality is essentially quantitative (objective) rather than qualitative (subjective). This is how doctors discern a wide variety of ailments through practices like tapping on a knee or listening to a patient breathe through a stethoscope.
  3. Matter as the unchanging unit of physical reality can be exhaustingly understood by mechanics, or by the applied mathematics of motion. This is why doctors prescribe medication to treat ailments, or recommend surgical procedures to repair ailments when medication cannot suffice.
  4. The mind of the observer is separate from the observed system of matter, and the only bridge between the observer and the observed is through physical, mathematical law and theory. This is evident by the fact your doctor went to school for many years, and that education helped him or her become an objective observer. Objectivity allows him or her to employ a “mythical second sight” when diagnosing and treating patients.
As striking as the similarities between materialist scientific inquiry and clinical medicine might seem, they are not random chance. Rather, and as we are about to discuss, the Life Sciences and the Hard Sciences like Physics and Mathematics have been strategic bedfellows for the past hundred years or so….

The Subjective History of Medical Science

Old pharmacy bottles on a shelf

Over the past 150 years, clinical medicine has undergone a unique, and at times incredibly painful, process of legitimacy in order to escape the subjective history of medical science. As a result, the industry has successfully entrenched itself into cultural consciousness by creating a “cult of personality.” At that heart of this cult is a physician’s objective omniscience, or the formulation of a “mythical second sight” for diagnosing and curing illness.

In fact, and much like objective realism in physics but to an even greater extent, medical science has risen to the point of almost forgone infallibility in society’s eyes. The extensive clinical training physicians receive is believed to result in what French Philosopher Michel Foucault called the “Clinical Gaze.”

The clinical gaze is a (mythological) state of consciousness that allows a physician to objectively observe, diagnose and treat an ailment. This state represents the height of internalization, in that the clinician has become an “expert” in the practice of observing of the physical Universe outside of his or her head to the point that he or she can deduce the internal health of his or her patients.

In order to understand how the clinical gaze was manufactured, it is important to understand why medical science felt the need to distance itself from its actual history during the time this cult was being actively formulated. The factual beginning of modern Western medicine was born out of widely practiced methods of intervention including bloodletting (via knives, needles or leeches), trepanation surgery (via drilling holes in the head) and female hysteria treatments (via doctor-prescribed vaginal penetration sessions).

These inappropriate, ineffective and at times, downright dangerous methods of “healing” had become synonymous with the word “medicine” for hundred of years before the shift toward practical knowledge was formulated. This shift began separating clinical medicine from non-scientific superstition in the minds of medical personnel.

The desire to separate the clinical gaze from human speculation forced the medical industry to transform the idea of intellectualism into something more concrete and sensible. This is the same way classical models of scientific inquiry did (and still do) combat societal notions of subjective bias; all the while using said models to hide bias and prejudice more effectively under the guise of objectivity.

To help further this separation, Nosology was formulated. “Nosology” is the system of description that allowed all illnesses and diseases to fit neatly within a definitive network of classification. Nosology allowed for a seemingly objective, unquestionable foundation for the description of diseases. With Nosology came the need for rigorous “drill-and-practice” education where doctor training was concerned. An educational curriculum was invented as a way to learn to gaze upon the human body objectively.

With every component in place, the establishment of the a clinical gaze successfully helped impart a belief system in and around the medical discipline in which the gaze was cemented into cultural consciousness as a natural, immediate result of said “drill-and-practice” experience. As a result, the medical profession raised itself beyond doubts and superstition. 

Physically Preventative Medicine

a patient going into a MRI machine

Of course, advances in medical technology over the past several decades, specifically in the realm of preventative medicine, have definitely advanced the clinical gaze from solely empirical to a much more digitally intelligent form of observation. In this way, medical science has indeed become more precise and accurate in preventing, diagnosing and treating ailments than those who first conceptualized the gaze could have possibly imagined.

However, “precision and accuracy” is still defined by, and constricted within, the confines of particulate based (Course II) physical consciousness. Although mainstream preventative medicine is now paying more attention to the role of the mind in illness and disease, there is still no mention of non-physical consciousness via the 11 dimension spirit self. In this context, medical technology measures what we call “Physical Energy.” As we discussed in Course II, physical energy has wavelengths and frequencies that modern technology is created to measure. Physical energy measuring tools include Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), X-Ray, Positron Emission Tomography (PET) and Ultraviolet (UV) Light Therapy. 

These tools are the result of the fact that the technology a society constructs is both imagined and formulated to perpetuate prevailing cultural theories about consciousness, rather than to present a challenge to them. Does this mean technology never draws the biases underlying certain theories into question? Not at all, but rather that technology is just usually not constructed with such an end in mind. This is why, and despite the massive advances in technology surrounding preventative medicine, current medical technology remains focused on 4-dimensional materialist consciousness rather than the entirety, which includes the all-important non-physical consciousness component.

Just like its scientific counterparts, modern clinical medicine and its corresponding technology treat physical consciousness with primacy. Or, in other words, treat the physical body’s health or illness as merely the sum of its material components. In fact, only very recently has any thought been given to the role of electromagnetic energy (via the cognitive/emotional mind) in electrochemical (or physical body’s) health and wellness.

Stress and Illness

a group of older folks meditating together

Dr. Joel Dimsdale facilitated a research project on behalf of the National Institute of Health (NIH) focusing on combating cardiovascular disease and other stress-related illnesses through mental-emotional prevention before physical symptoms present themselves. Based on the results of these studies, and supporting Gerber’s data, Dimsdale found that the human immune system weakens significantly due to perceptual stress. Stress, of course, is now understood as beginning in non-physical (i.e. mental-emotional) consciousness before it manifests into physical symptoms like ulcers or hypertension.

The European Heart Journal (EHJ) did its own extensive research into preventative medicine for stress related illness that fully supports the NIH’s and Gerber’s findings. In a 2013 EHJ study, ten physicians analyzed patients who “perceive” stress as the factor adversely affecting their health. The research team found that simply perceiving stress correlated with an increased risk of heart disease in the test subjects. It is important to understand that the perception of stress is very different than actually having physically present stress levels. In this way, the conscious perception of stressful reality generates the exact same results as physically present stress levels do.

Lorenzo Cohen, Ph.D., professor of General Oncology and Behavioral Science, and director of the Integrative Medicine Program at MD Anderson agrees with the overall results of the EHJ study when he says, “Stress has a profound impact on how your body’s systems function.” Although researchers are still in disagreement as to whether or not stress actually causes cancer, there is little doubt that stress does indeed promote the growth and spread of some forms of it. Or, as Cohen states, “Stress makes your body more hospitable to cancer.”

On the stress-cancer correlational front, Michael Irwin, the director of the Cousins Center for Psychoneuroimmunology at UCLA medical center, has compiled an exhaustive body of research that supports Dr.’s Gerber and Cohen. Dr. Irwin’s research focuses on the effect subtle energy science has on inflammatory diseases like breast cancer. Once a patient is initially treated for breast cancer, one critical predictor of recurrence is inflammation. Dr. Irwin found that women who experience chronic inflammation are at much greater risk for developing breast cancer again.

Dr. Irwin’s test subjects, women who were recovering from breast cancer, demonstrated an overwhelmingly positive correlation between an active, participatory form of mental-emotional regulation and reduced cancer reoccurrence. Specifically, Irwin found that the female test subjects partaking in Tai Chi reported less frequent bouts of insomnia, depression and fatigue, which are all physical results of mental-emotional stress.

Through the prescribed regiment, his test subjects experienced a significant down-regulation of the genes leading to inflammation, and an up-regulation of the genes that help protect the body from viral infections. The up-regulation of protective genes reduced the occurrence of inflammation, which reduced the recurrence of breast cancer symptoms.

Tai Chi, which originated in China, is a very old form of consciousness cultivation that entails a combination of physical fitness and meditation. Its stress reduction properties help adherents achieve a sustainable sense of inner peace through cultivating a mind-body connection. However, the Taoist/Buddhist roots of Tai Chi, which include seeking one-ness with non-physical consciousness via the “Universal Energy-Frequency Flow,” cannot be overlooked as a major causational factor where this form of subtle energy science is concerned.

Whether or not the cancer survivors in Dr. Irwin’s studies were consciously realizing it, by following Tai Chi’s prescriptive guidelines, they are actively opening up their non-physical consciousness to our implicate order Universe, and allowing the highly vibrating electromagnetic frequencies to physically alter their electrochemical processes for the better. This lends scientific credence to the fact that practicing “good medicine” entails more than measuring physical energy, or treating just the material levels of the human being.

Vibrational Medicine

two female doctors practicing meditation

During his life, including his extensive career as a medical doctor, Richard Gerber pioneered the field of “Vibrational Medicine.” Gerber’s research indicates that physical illness results in non-physical consciousness, in a clinical context the 7 electromagnetic frequency dimensions (and four bio-body suit layers) vibrate at lower and less harmonious frequency levels then when a person is healthy. According to Dr. Gerber’s research, these abnormal energy-frequency vibrations play a fundamental role in health issues of all varieties. Framing vibrational medicine in the context of the 11 dimensional human bio-body suit (Course III), Gerber’s research indicates that:

  1. In the beginning stages of illness, the mental domain substance bio-body suit layer receives lower and less harmonious electromagnetic energy-frequency vibrations that usurp the 11th dimensional spirit self’s intentions.
  2. The less harmonious vibrations are passed down to the emotional domain substance layer, where the less harmonious energy-frequency vibrations are processed as a “non-self,” or foreign invasion of some sort.
    1. This invasion can originate externally via incoming particulate or pure energy toxins that vibrate on a lower energy-frequency level and thus, are energetically attracted to the human being’s (already) low vibrational energy-frequency oscillations.
    2. This invasion can also be internally motivated due to emaciation, stress, depression and other self-originating factors causing the various energy-frequency layers of one’s bio-body suit to resonate poorly, thereby weakening the physical layers’ immunity response.
  3. The incubation period before physical symptoms present themselves is dependent upon variables that correspond with the severity of pre-existing stress on all 5 bio-body suit layers when the initial invasion occurs.
  4. If the invasion is not arrested in a timely manner that again, must take into account any pre-existing variables, physical illness or disease symptoms occur in the 4-dimensional electrochemical dermal and wave-substance bio-body suit layers. 

Once 4-dimensional physical symptoms occur, there are several methods to re-harmonize the various bio-body suit layers in order to treat the illness, ailment or disease. The effectiveness of these methods varies depending on factors. The factors include the severity of symptoms, the patient’s mental/emotional/physical capacity, and the patient’s pre-existing knowledge of vibrational medicine protocol:

  1. The patient can work toward re-synthesizing his or her non-physical and then physical bio-body suit layers. In doing so, the patient will shift his or her electromagnetism to a higher oscillation, which can strengthen the immune system to help overcome the illness or disease (best case scenario).
  2. Another source is via oscillational reconciliation therapy, also known as Psychoenergetic Consciousness Energy Work. This requires a practitioner skilled in a modality that scientifically understands all 11 dimensions and 5 layers of the human bio-body suit, as well as the bio-body suit’s connection to our implicate order Universe-at-large (second best case scenario).
  3. The patient’s condition has become so advanced, or the patient lacks the cognitive ability and/or will to receive to generate and/or receive electromagnetic energy-frequency oscillations, that physical medical intervention becomes necessary (worst case scenario).

Of course, some ailments, like compound bone fractures, have obvious material medical intervention requirements. However, others can be successfully treated with vibrational medicine remedy options #1 or #2 before remedy option #3 presents itself as the only course of intervention-action left to take. Vibrational Medicine represents what can best be called the “New Frontier” in medical science…. which is typified by a balance between physical energy and subtle energy technology and tools.

Subtle Energy Science

subtle energy field around a persons head

Classically, electrochemical and glandular processes were believed to solely influence health and wellness. However, Subtle Energy Science is evolving this belief in leaps and bounds. “Subtle Energy Science” studies the non-physical consciousness-based energy fields that comprise the physical human being.

In Course II we discussed the electromagnetic frequency spectrum. This spectrum is comprised of non-physical, highly vibrational energy, like magnetic monopole substances, that bond to other energy-based substances depending on complementarity of frequency. condenses down at certain points into the subatomic particles, like quarks, that become electrochemical matter, like protons and neutrons. Of course, these particles combine through gravitational force to comprise the dermal and wave substance layers of our 11 dimensional human bio-body suits.

Subtle energy science is the study of how the electromagnetic (i.e. non-physical consciousness) fields affect the electrochemical (i.e. physical consciousness) fields. In this context, subtle energy science is an extension of Quantum Physics brought into the Life Sciences industries. After all, “Quantum” means “a discreet quantity of energy.” “Discreet” refers to the ability to be seen, but not to the ability to influence. And as we have documented throughout these courses, the energy we cannot see is responsible for influencing the physical matter we can see on the most fundamental levels of conscious existence.

However, whereas the physical energy tools we mentioned earlier in this course fall more within the measurable boundaries of the electromagnetic spectrum based on our current technological desires, subtle energy has a much higher vibrational point and shorter wavelength, which makes quantifying it a bit more of a challenge. This does not mean it is not quantifiably measurable thought. In fact, subtle energy was actually discovered in the 1970’s by “accident” using technology meant to diagnose solely 4-dimensional physical consciousness.

The Chakra Energy System

a chart of the chakra system surrounded by medicinal herbs

Perhaps no medical discovery in the modern era is as significant as that of the chakra energy system. The “chakra energy system” is comprised of 7 very dense, clockwise-spinning energy clusters connecting all 11 dimensions of the human bio-body suit to the implicate order. In 1978, UCLA Physiological Sciences Professor Valerie Hunt successfully demonstrated the existence of the chakra energy system. She accomplished this with the electrodes from a device called an “Electromyograph,” which is normally used to detect electrical activity in human musculature.

With this device, Hunt was able to monitor and record significant bioelectrical energy variations in areas of the skin corresponding to the 7 chakra energy system positions. Specifically, Hunt recorded energy-frequency oscillations significantly higher in these seven areas than any traditionally found radiating from the human body.

Specifically, the areas in question generated energy-frequency vibrations of up to 600 cycles per second (CPS). For comparison, human brain waves generate anywhere between 0 and 100 CPS; muscle frequency only goes to about 225 CPS, and even the heart maxes out around 250 CPS

In the wake of her findings, Physicists including William Tiller, and medical researchers like Dr. Gerber, began actively pursuing chakra system research. At this point, the available body of clinical evidence indicates that the dormancy or activation of the chakra energy system is directly linked to the health of the human bio-body suit’s 4-dimensional dermal and wave-substance layers. This includes reproductive health in men and women, circulation and respiratory health, mental health and overall physical health such as immunity response dictating resistance to illness or disease.

One of the most interesting things about the chakra energy system is that the seven spinning energy clusters correlate directly with the endocrine system. The endocrine system (Course V) is where our hormone centers are located that produce what Dr. Candace Pert identified as “Molecules of Emotion.”

a chart of the endocrine system

The endocrine system, where our hormonal responses are stimulated to dictate our perceptions of, and reactions to, experiential reality

a graphic image of the chakra energy system

The seven plexuses of the Chakra Energy System as identified by Valerie Hunt and the correspond directly to the endocrine glands

Chakras travel upwards from the base of the human seat to the top of the head. They link the 7 electromagentic bio-body suit dimensions to the coccygeal, sacral, solar plexus, heart, throat, eye and mind autonomic nerve clusters (or plexuses). Each cluster has a corresponding charka point and position:

  • The pituitary gland to the crown chakra (crown cluster) – 11th dimension
  • The pineal gland to the eye chakra (mind cluster) – 10th dimension
  • The thyroid gland to the throat chakra (throat cluster) – 9th dimension
  • The thymus gland the the heart chakra (heart cluster) – 8th dimension
  • The digestive glands to the solar plexus chakra (solar plexus cluster) -7th dimension
  • The adrenal glands to the sacral plexus chakra (sacral cluster) – 6th dimension
  • The sexual glands with the root chakra (coccygeal cluster) – 5th dimension

Of course, the 4 electrochemical dimensions of physical consciousness, length, width, depth/breadth and time, are always accessible to every human being. However, the 7 electromagnetic dimensions of non-physical consciousness must be activated through education and experimentation. Learning how to activate, tune and balance the chakra energy system represents a massive evolutionary leap from existing solely within the realm of physical consciousness to cultivating a balanced existence between the realms of physical and non-physical consciousness. Should someone choose to undertake this cultivation process, they will be in the position to affect the subtle energy fields around and inside themselves, as well as those of other people near and far alike.

Subtle Energy Practitioners

a male and female subtle energy practitioner healing each other

There have been several studies directly related to subtle energy practitioners. In one, Research Chemist Robert Miller extensively studied the physiological effects of energy practitioners. In doing so, he confirmed the research of Dr. Bernard Grad of McGill University, who found that energy practitioners can chemically disrupt hydrogen bonding in water molecules.

Miller also found significant similarities between the energetic effects magnetic fields and vibrational field effects noted with energy practitioners. This includes significant reductions in surface tension with vibrationally treated water versus untreated samples. What is more, the treated water samples retain reduced surface tension for a full 24 hours after healing occurs. 

Dr. John Zimmerman of the University of Colorado School of Medicine supports Miller’s findings with his research demonstrating the intensity of the magnetic field surrounding a healer’s hands is upwards of several hundred times that of “normal magnetic intensity.”

Referencing Physicist William Tiller’s Psychoenergetic Experimentation with pH alterations in water molecules (Course III), Miller’s research validates the fact that a person who has control over their own non-physical electromagnetic consciousness (via subtle energy fields) can not only positively affect their own physical electrochemical processes, but also that of a 3rd party source. In support of Tiller and Miller’s research, Physicist Fred Alan Wolf puts the reality of energy practitioning in the most eloquent form by stating:

“The healer constructs the unity of healer, patient and the Universe, losing sense of separation of egos. Because of interconnectedness of Bohm’s non-local quantum potential (the implicate order), time or distance is irrelevant.” Wolf further states, “A link is established (via the healer) between the patient and the harmony of the Universe, which contains the knowledge, or vibrations, to reestablish a normal state of health.”

What is more, an adult human body is comprised of anywhere between 50%-65% water molecules. This figure is upwards of 75% in young children. This means the ability to positively affect the molecular structure of water has tremendous implications for the entire medical life sciences industry. The same can be said for a practitioner’s ability to project highly vibrational energy-frequency via thought intention to envelope and tune (or “heal”) the lower vibrational energy-frequency of patients with many behavioral conditions (which we will discuss in Course VIII). These conditions result from what we are coming to understand as either inherent or manipulated bio-body suit-implicate order imbalances.

Furthermore, energy practitioning work does not even need to be performed in a physically proximate sense to be effective. Referencing back to the Global Consciousness Project (Course I), non-physical consciousness is not held to the same gravitational and spatial constraints as is physical consciousness. Tiller’s extensive Psychoenergetic Experiments, which were all performed via physical distance, demonstrate this fact in a clinical sense. And as our friends in the D.C, Meditation Experiment (Course VI) proved, subtle energy practitioning is indeed something that everyone can partake in regardless of location.

Maybe the best part about subtle energy science is that we do not necessarily need an external practitioner if we have the cognitive and emotional capacity necessary to become self-practitioners, albeit with the proper educational training regiment and repeated experimental practice. This was demonstrated by researchers at the Group Health Research Institute in Seattle, Washington. In 2016 study, these researchers published a study detailing their work with 342 adults suffering from chronic lower back pain that were divided into three different treatment groups.

The research team found that 43.6% of the participants in the group using meditative-based therapy experienced meaningful reduction in lower back pain. Conversely, only 26.6% of participants in the group treated with opioids and anti-inflammatory medications reported feeling sustained relief.

Think for a moment about the potential for people to become their own subtle energy “doctors,” and how this could reinvent health care from the inside out!

Non-Physical Consciousness and Healthcare

a graphic image of 11th dimension energy work

It is important to understand that although anyone can become a subtle energy practitioner, medical professionals are already in positions where, if they were to embrace subtle energy science, non-physical consciousness and healthcare would instantly usher in a new era in the life sciences. This is why it is so important for the medical establishment to begin leaning on the ever-growing body of research and experimentation shedding critical light on the nature of non-physical consciousness and healthcare.

The good news is that more practitioners now than ever before are becoming willing to entertain the fact that consciousness resides outside of what is discernible through the clinical gaze, and its corresponding material-centric technology. These practitioners are beginning to experience for themselves how opening one’s mind to the possibility these modalities exist can help them actively gain the ability to be able to make a significant difference in the physical and non-physical quality-of-life for their patients near and far alike.

Of course, non-physical consciousness and healthcare is something anyone can partake in if he or she undertakes the journey of Psychoenergetic cultivation to facilitate this skill. Doing so harnesses and directs the electromagnetic flow of vibrational medicine and therefore, facilitates actual healing of the mental-emotional-spirit self bio-body layers. In this regard, every human being on planet earth can now choose to become a proactive participant in balancing his or her physical and non-physical consciousness on the most fundamental levels of human existence.

In Course VIII, we delve into the realm of non-physical consciousness and behavioral healthcare. This includes classical definitions of behavioral health like mental illness, as well as a more inclusive take on how  behaviors in general originate, and what we can do to ensure the physical manifestations of those behaviors are always in our highest interests and for our best goods ….

Have Questions?

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