Frequencies

Energy in our environment

It is widely accepted within contemporary physics that everything in the universe vibrates right down to the sub-atomic level. Every atom, particle, molecule, and cell vibrates within a certain frequency range. Subsequently, when a change in the state of health of a biological organism occurs, its bioenergetic resonance changes too.

This can be illustrated by comparing an unwell biological organism to a musical instrument that is out of tune. Just as a tuning fork can be used as a reference for a musician to retune the instrument, the body can use harmonic frequencies to bring itself back into optimal balance.

Bioresonance describes the method of using electromagnetic frequencies to influence the energetic balance at the cellular level of living organisms.

Electromagnetic Spectrum

What are frequencies?

Frequency is the rate of a repeating cycle over time. The Hertz (Hz) unit is used to measure frequency: 1 Hz = 1 second. If a leaky tap drips into a bucket at the rate of one drop per second, the water ripples formed would have frequency of 1 Hz.

The electromagnetic spectrum represents our understanding of different types of energy, ranging from very high frequency (short wavelength) such as gamma and x-ray radiation to very low frequency (long wavelength) such as radio waves. For example, the human ear can process sounds between about 20 Hz and 20,000 Hz, and the eye can process visible light with a frequency of about 430–750 terahertz.

Sine wave

How we interact with frequencies

The waveforce ONE is a unique device that aims to help correct the unbalanced energetic resonance within the body. It emits a unique set of bioenergetic frequencies through two high output white LEDs. These signals are absorbed through the skin and transmitted through the body.

Specialized electrical equipment is used to isolate and capture the resonant frequencies of substances from around the world. These files are able to be transmitted to living tissue through light.