Radionics is the creation of a man named Albert Abrams. Abrams was a neurologist who came up with a very interesting theory about the causes of sickness and disease. Abrams postulated that the introduction of disease inside the human body was caused by an electron imbalance. This imbalance can only be detected through the analysis of a person’s radiated energy. Abram’s original research involved lightly tapping the stomach of a healthy volunteer who was holding onto a wire that was connected to a sick person. Sometimes the research involved the healthy subject holding a wire that was directly connected to diseased tissue. In later experiments, Abrams used a potentiometer inside the wire. Settings could be adjusted by Abrams to correlate with an array of medical problems. Eventually, however, Abrams came to the conclusion that radionics could work even without physical contact involving the sick patient.
Later on, a chiropractor named Ruth Drown used radionics and postulated that idea rates could be utilized for the detection of deviations from normal healthy bodies. These idealized settings could then theoretically be fed back to the patient. This would allow a sort of remote control healing.
Today, radionics is not even legal in the United States, but you can test it for yourself by traveling to Canada or England. Today’s radionics utilizes a practice that may strike you as similar to looking for water with a split stick known as a dowsing rod. Some radionics professionals prefer the use of a pendulum. The person is to detect energy in vibration form in an object of one sort or another that is associated with the sick patient. This object is known as the witness in the world of radionics. A machine records a series of numbers that have been coded and are known as rates. The rates represent the state of energy that is required for healing, according to the rules of radionics. This healing energy can supposedly be transmitted to the patient either through the machine that records rates or through the radionics practitioner.
Before you can find out for yourself whether radionics is a vital and authentic alternative treatment or just a modern day case of the leeches, you must have a consultation with a licensed radionics practitioner. This process means filling out a detailed questionnaire as well as a sample of your blood or hair. The sample is then placed within a radionics machine to obtain the rates that will help with diagnosing your problem.
Even most practitioners believe that radionics is a treatment that should only be used when all other avenues of standard medical treatment have failed. Those who seem to be benefit from radionics tend to be those suffering chronic pain or chronic mental disorders. Whether or not radionics is simply a case of a placebo helping the mind to heal itself or not, it may be worth looking into if you have reached the end of what the American medical community can do for your condition.