|Any one who uses a metal detector to find hidden
trasures, or simply the cash the tourists dropped on the
beach, will tell you that heavily mineralised soil can play
havock with a badly tuned or cheap detector!|
it is also the case that some materials outside the body can
have a marked effect on how it functions. Not only in a
material sense but also in how the nerves carry their little
signals about. If you hold the end of an oscilloscope probe,
the most obvious thing you will see is a huge signal that is
the frequency of the mains electricity,... if you filter that
out, you will be looking at other radio emmissions and your
own nerve signals. Radio signals are notoriously affected by
solid objects and certain minerals have more effect than
others, steel being the most noticable.
What happens to
our nervous signals when particular minerals come into close
proximity, such as the various crystal objects used for
"therapy"? Most crystaline structures are capable of some form
of piezo-electric effect to a greater or lesser degree. In
other words, they can be made to resonate when a voltage is
applied or even produce electricity when hit hard enough. This
unique property is used in the computer you are using and to
provide enough of a spark to ignite a flame in your gas
cooker. What they might do to the nervous system is here, pure
theory, but this theory makes more sense than some scientists'
total rejection of any effect.
The body emits radio waves,
electromagnetic alternating energy. If you put a crystaline
structure in this field, it will either resonate in symathy
with a particular frequency, thus amplifying it; or it will
tend to cause a shift in the frequency and reduce it
Thus ceratain crystaline structures may well
cause very definite alterations in the nerve signals. How they
can be applied in a general way is a matter for learning.
Certainly, it has been my experience that copper bracelets do
work and I also have used copper in a neck band that seems to
have a beneficial effect on my singing voice, magnets do
affect certain things when used in different ways and I have
found a definite affinity with very particular crystaline
structures for other purposes. It will be a matter of what you
feel works best for you, but do experiment.
is only likely to damage your intestines so DON'T, no matter
who suggests it!
What crystal should you wear? Just pick
what you feel happy with,... it really is that simple,
experiment, enjoy the beauty of these amazing works of nature.
Colours in your environment can have a marked effect on
your overall perceptions, not only what you see but in how you
react to what you see. Therapy with colours is a very real way
to tailor your perception and general thoughts, so do take
notice of your surroundings and what colours you use in your
Smell is usually the last sense to leave us before we die.
It warns us of danger and is also a source of great pleasure.
It can trigger memories and as memories are entirely a
neuro-function, aromatherapy must, when practised by a trained
therapist, be very effective in stimulating the body's entire
systems. Your body has instinctive, inbuilt reactions to
smells, use them to the best effect you can.