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Energy Medicine - By Dr. Lewis

I have completed writing a 2-volume set of books titled "Health Freedom Lost." The last chapter in volume 2 is on energy medicine. I include the first couple of pages and a PDF to the entire volume 2, chapter 8 (Energy Medicine) as a PDF.


 

"In every culture and every medical tradition before ours, healing was accomplished by moving energy."

- Albert Szent-Gyorgyi


Energy Medicine

Summary:

If you want to understand health, energy is fundamental. Our bodies are biological, for sure, but biology creates electricity. Electricity is energy. The only real and useful ongoing source of energy on our small planet is derived from the Sun. Harnessing the Sun's energy is fundamental to health. Do you view energy as obtained from food only? We need food for energy, but we have adapted to absorb energy directly from the Sun as well. Most people in the West are unaware of the value of energy medicine, what it does, and how it works in harmony with our biology.


Whence Energy Comes:

What is the best way to obtain an energy medicine treatment? You want some proven method that is safe, effective, and inexpensive, right? You also want to work with a practitioner who is competent and experienced. The solution that meets all these criteria is to go outside and get PLENTY of sunshine. Your practitioner is God.

I laugh (or cry) at the concept of "renewable energy." Why? Because all energy on earth is renewable as it comes from the same source, but just over a variable time window. That fundamental energy source is fusion. Fusion is the process that powers the sun and the stars. It is the reaction in which two atoms of hydrogen combine, or fuse, to form an atom of helium. The energy produced by nuclear fusion is light waves and heat. The light waves are called photons.


Thus, the one main energy source fueling us and our planet is derived from the fusion reaction.[1] The equation for that energy is:


Where M is the atom's mass and C is the speed of light. There is a tremendous amount of energy contained in every atom, as expressed by this equation.


The earth is separated from the sun by 93,000,000 miles of vacuum.[2] A vacuum is a perfect insulator, so the heat generated by fusion on the sun does not cross this vast vacuum to the earth. However, photons have no mass and DO cross the great divide. We know this because we see the visible light photons and feel the infrared photons as heat.


Earth does not make very much energy but gets the sun's energy through the light that hits our small planet. The equation that defines the energy of light is:


Here, h is a constant called Planck’s constant and √ is the frequency of the specific light.

The only way our planet gains energy is by converting light into a workable form of energy, mainly by plant photosynthesis. But plants are not the only organisms that absorb energy from the sun. So do you. It happens on your skin, eyes, ears, and myriad other photoreceptors and chromophores. The terms photoreceptors and chromophores are a bit limiting as essentially all substances interact with light of varied or specific wavelengths. For simplicity, the terms photoreceptor and chromophore are appropriate for those substances most associated with the absorption of the sun's energy. Thus, both plants and animals have receptors that can interact with and absorb energy from light.

[1] Gravity, radioactive decay, and the rotation of the Earth contribute a