All matter (including people, animals, inanimate objects) is made up of not just atoms and sub-atomic particles, but fields of electrical energy with waves whose frequency can be measured. Even our memories are stored as frequencies, and when we are exposed to a negative stimulus, we retain a copy of it in our nervous system.
Lyme disease is caused by the bacterium Borrelia burgdorferi and is transmitted to humans through the bite of infected blacklegged ticks, by saliva, or in utero. If it’s caught within the first 48 hours, it can be treated effectively with antibiotics. As time passes, however, and the infection progresses, it becomes harder to manage. That’s because it’s not just the bacteria that are responsible for the symptoms and stress of Lyme. It’s also the cellular memory of it – the frequency stored in our nervous system. Even after several rounds of antibiotics, sufferers can be plagued by ongoing fatigue, flu-like symptoms, eye problems, and debilitating neurological illnesses including paralysis.