What’s your frequency?

I just recently read an interesting article discussing the research of German biophysicist and pioneer in the field of biophotonics, Fritz-Albert Popp. Popp’s research uncovered that all living cells emit photons and that the light appeared to be sourced from within DNA. Furthermore, the DNA could ‘transmit’ a wide range of frequencies and that there was an exchange of these photons between different organisms as well as within. We literally are beings of light.

A number of other researchers over the years have uncovered evidence of this energy within living things and sought to develop means of using it.

* In the 1920′s Royal Raymond Rife, MD discovered that by using certain frequencies he could destroy viruses and bacterium.
* Nikola Tesla argued that if one could remove certain outside frequencies that interfered with our own body’s frequencies you would have greater resistance to disease (I wonder what he would have thought of WiFi)
* The Swedish radiologist, Bjorn Nordenstrom discovered in the 1980s that if one placed an electrode inside a tumor and ran a Direct Current through it, the tumor would be dissolved.
* Robert O Becker, MD documented the electrical frequency of the human body in the book, The Body Electric.

Frequency of humans
Overall the research indicates that every living thing has a frequency (measured in megahertz) and moreover, we are all affected by the frequencies around us. In the 1990s Bruce Tainio from the U.S. developed equipment to measure the bio-frequency of humans and foods. In collaboration with D Gary Young, an expert on essential oils, research was carried out on the relationship between frequency and disease. They also examined the impact of essential oils on the human body’s frequency. What they discovered is quite interesting.

Frequency of people and things. Data from the Reference Guide to Essential Oils by C&A Higley

The healthy human body has a frequency that sits in a range of between 62-68 MHz. Sickness and disease begin to kick in at 58 MHz. Essential oils were found to have the highest frequency of any natural substance used by Man. The tables I’ve included in this post will show you what was found, but essentially you have something as dead as processed food at one end of the spectrum and Rose essential oil, with a frequency of 320 MHz at the other. I feel it’s no coincidence that the rose is associated with love and I would suggest there is message for us there.

Frequency of essential oils. Data from the Reference Guide to Essential Oils by C&A Higley

Essential oils and frequency

One of the tests Tainio and Young performed involved two males, each measuring at 66 MHz.  The first male picked up a cup of coffee without drinking it, and within 3 seconds, his frequency had dropped to 58 MHz. He then then inhaled the aroma from an essential oil and within 21 seconds his frequency had gone back up to 66 MHz. The second individual picked up the coffee and sipped it. His frequency dropped to 52 MHz in 3 seconds. However in this case he didn’t use any essential oils and it took 3 days for his frequency to return to 66 MHz. So clearly our frequency is affected by other substances in a substantial way.

The study also looked at the effect of positive and negative thoughts on our frequency. Negative thoughts were found to lower the human frequency by about 12 MHz, while positive thoughts raised the frequency by 10 MHz. Interestingly, prayer and meditation raised the frequency by 15 MHz. So clearly there is a benefit to clinics incorporating some form of meditation into the daily regimen of patients with a serious illness. And it seems evident that essential oils can play a part in raising one’s frequency also. Essential oils with a frequency under 78 MHz appear to work on balancing the physical structure of the body, while those oils at higher frequency, such as Rose and Frankincense work at the emotional and spiritual levels. When you inhale an essential oil it directly affects the amygdala in the brain, where our memories and emotions are stored and released.

We need to be aware of the negative frequencies that can affect us. Most of us would be aware of the studies that have been carried out on plants using both classical music and hard rock. With the classical the plants thrived; with the other they died. Humans are no different. Incoherent frequencies and negative magnetic fields from our diet and physical environment will ultimately create cellular degeneration and breakdown within us. Not all of us can run off to the mountains however. For many of us this type of environment is unavoidable. However things like essential oils and meditation can ensure that our lives are balanced with those things that can raise our frequency.

Anthony

Disclaimer: Please remember that anything discussed here does not constitute medical advice and cannot substitute for appropriate medical care. Where essential oils are mentioned, it’s recommended you use only pure, unadulterated therapeutic grade essential oils and follow the safety directions of the manufacturer.

Further Reading

Becker, M.D., Robert O. The Body Electric. New York: WM. Morrow, 1985

Does DNA emit light? By Dan Eden, Viewzone.com

Young, D Gary. Aromatherapy: the essential beginning. Salt Lake City: Essential Press Publishing, 1996. (Check out my review)

About Anthony Zappia

Anthony Zappia writes a regular blog about health and social issues, areas that he's passionate about. Twelve years ago he became especially interested in essential oils and their ability to enhance health and wellbeing. Anthony continues to follow the latest research and is himself a distributor of essential oils. For more information on using essential oils or obtaining them, you can contact Anthony on email at azappia at essentialoilsforliving.com or Facebook - Essential Oils For Living
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3 Responses to What’s your frequency?

  1. Judith Sanchez says:

    Hi Anthony, loved your article. It made me think … Hatha Yoga must have an affect on the frequency of the human body given that we practice mindfullness as we move into, hold and come out of the Asanas. And our Pranyama (breathing practice) Balancing … in fact every aspect of our class.
    Best Wishes
    Judy

    • Anthony Zappia says:

      Most definitely Judith. And one has to wonder what impact, being in a class with other yoga practitioners, would have on one’s energy field.
      Not sure if any study has been carried out on this, or for example if one is in a church, temple or sacred site. And how long does the energy remain in a space where people have been meditating, practicing yoga or praying? Interesting questions it raises.

  2. Anthony Zappia says:

    You’re welcome Rachel. It’s actually a very big topic. :-)
    There was lot’s I had to leave out for the sake of brevity.
    Cheers
    Anthony