Within each of us are meridians, or channels, through which energy (Qi) flows. Similar to the messenger pathways of our nervous and circulatory systems, these meridians act as conduits for energetic passage. When these passage ways become blocked, we get sick. With the use of hair-thin needles on specific anatomical points, Acupuncture helps regulate the flow of these meridians, open blocked channels, and promote
a state of health.
Chinese medicine is a holistic medicine. It treats the whole person: the physical body, the mind and the spirit together as one.
A variety of common conditions can be successfully treated with Acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, and Medical Qi Gong.
The World Health Organization (WHO) and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) recognize Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine for the treatment of many disorders.
What is radionics?
The pioneer of radionics: the American medical scientist Dr. Albert Abrams (1863–1924) Radionics is one of the most fascinating discoveries of modern times. Based on the concept that matter is an expression of consciousness, a radionic device supports the analysis and optimization of any object or system as well as the environment of an individual persons. As such via the fundamental principles of radionics the underlying causes of symptoms are detected and optimization is facilitated.
A quantum leap in communicating with consciousness.
It is based on the theory of the German physicist Burkhard Heim relating to the interrelation between consciousness and matter. Based on this theory the user of the TimeWaver system communicates with the global information field, the link between consciousness and matter.
By accessing the global information field many material processes can be analyzed and in the follow up optimized. Optimization is the process that the divice uses to send healing frequency through the informational field, allowing the recipient to receive the necessary healing frequency.
TimeWaver helps you too
Take advantage of the unique possibilities of radionic information evaluation! No matter what your area of analysis and optimization is: TimeWaver supports you instantly and elegantly. It enables you to work substantially more cause-oriented, on vastly deeper level than ever before.
The universal applicability of the TimeWaver-System creates new possibilities to user-groups and professionals in a wide range of occupations:
• Agriculture and Forestry
• Life coaching
• Dating Services
• Management consultants
• Interior designers
• Allopathy and Naturopathy
What is Homeopathy?
The word Homeopathy means ‘like cures like’. This means that if a large amount of something produces symptoms, a very small amount of the same substance will cure them.
This is the basic underlying principle of homeopathy. In homeopathy the medicines used are made from substances that, if used in large doses would actually cause the body to produce very similar symptoms to those the patient is already suffering from.
For instance if you were to make the mistake of eating the berries of the deadly nightshade plant (Belladonna) you would probably begin to stagger and fall about and your face would become bright red, dry and burning. At the same time your eye pupils might become bigger and you may appear to be staring at things. You might act in a frantic, wild manner and seem uncontrollable to your surprised family. These are all symptoms of Belladonna poisoning.
If a small child were to act in this way it may be due to food additives, or the beginning of a bacterial infection or maybe too much sun. Although he or she hadn’t eaten any Belladonna berries their symptoms would very closely resemble the symptoms of Belladonna poisoning. In this case a remedy made from a tiny amount of Belladonna would be curative.
In homeopathy the symptoms are actively being encouraged because the patient is given a small amount of the substance that in a large amount would produce similar symptoms. Remember that the symptoms are not the cause of the disease. They are simply the body’s attempt to make itself well. It is as though a small stimulus is needed to make those symptoms effective and bring the body back to its proper healthy state.
There is a long tradition of this idea being put into practical use. For instance in folk medicine, herbs are used to sweat out a fever by raising the temperature of an already fevered patient and encouraging perspiration. The stimulus of the active ingredients to raise the body’s temperature encourages the body to do what it is already trying to do for itself. The added stimulus is enough to make those symptoms more effective. When this principle is applied to chronic disease the symptoms keep on happening but nothing is resolved. However, with the gentle stimulus of a ‘like’ medicine the underlying problem can be