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Energy in Healing

If we turn our attention to understanding communication pathways in the whole body, we can start to recognize the connection between the various healing modalities that have existed in all cultures throughout the world for millennia. Healers have recognized various energy pathways as being ways to access injured or impaired tissue and channel the healing energy to it.

Acupuncture meridians are low-resistance pathways for the flow of energy into every cell of the body. When we experience physical or emotional trauma, these will impair energy pathways, reducing the cells' ability to repair and defend themselves. Disease ensues. This trauma experience is actually stored in the tissue itself (a thought that is interesting in light of the religious perspectives on forgiveness, judgment, and so on).

Much has been said recently about the "string theory" of quantum physics, a theory that propounds the idea that all things are interconnected. Wikipedia describes the string theory in part with this compelling observation:

"The elegance and flexibility of the approach, however, and a number of qualitative similarities with more traditional physical models, have led many physicists to suspect that such a connection is possible. In particular, string theory may be a way to "unify" the known natural forces (gravitational, electromagnetic, weak nuclear and strong nuclear) by describing them with the same set of equations, as described in the theory of everything."

Additionally interesting is the idea that everything is receptive to, and can record, input. Recently, we learned of the oldest recording. This fascinating recording was made on April 9, 1860 — 17 years before Edison invented the phonograph! — by Parisian inventor Édouard-Léon Scott de Martinville on his "phonautograph" (a device that scratched sound waves onto a sheet of paper that had been blackened by the smoke of an oil lamp).

Scott made the recording with the intent to analyze sounds visually, not to play them back. Nevertheless, the sounds were actually recorded in the scratches upon the blackened pages.

We once watched a television show wherein a pot was being thrown on a potter's wheel at the same time as a conversation was being held in the room. The conversation was actually recorded in the clay surface of the pot. Cells, and the objects of which the cells are comprised, while seemingly impermeable, are capable of storing memory. While not well understood, this capability has been recognized for years!

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