Virtual Medicine: A New Dimension in Energy Healing

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Offering insight into groundbreaking New Age medicine, Keith Scott-Mumby M.D. combines knowledge of the ancient Eastern ideas of healing energy: ayurveda, chakras and acupuncture meridians with a look at all forms of electro-magnetic diagnosis used in the West. He considers the electromagnetic forces that course through our body and how we can use these energies for healing. He also looks at how machines can be used to transmit healing energy and how a computer system can actually pick up the frequencies of our ...
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Overview

Offering insight into groundbreaking New Age medicine, Keith Scott-Mumby M.D. combines knowledge of the ancient Eastern ideas of healing energy: ayurveda, chakras and acupuncture meridians with a look at all forms of electro-magnetic diagnosis used in the West. He considers the electromagnetic forces that course through our body and how we can use these energies for healing. He also looks at how machines can be used to transmit healing energy and how a computer system can actually pick up the frequencies of our illnesses and diagnose them.

"...a guide to a variety of natural and alternative methods for maintaining optimum health, preventing illness, and treating diseases and disorders."

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  • ISBN-13: 9780988419612
  • Publisher: Mother Whale Inc.
  • Publication date: 3/1/2014
  • Pages: 288
  • Sales rank: 629,389
  • Product dimensions: 5.40 (w) x 8.40 (h) x 0.90 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 12, 2005

    set to become a classic of thought

    There are books which are ahead of their time and books which do not break new ground in terms of recent intellectual developments. But, once in a while, a book like Virtual Medicine comes along which is truly pivotal. It seems to me that Keith Scott-Mumby is among the first to recognize the exact nature of the change which is taking place in the healing arts. Scott-Mumby has managed to tread a careful path through the domain of esoteric, metaphysical matters, throwing light on the case and yet not being bogged down by the associated mystical rhetoric. His story reads like an `adventure¿ into knowledge and is underpinned with frequent sound scientific references. In this way, Keith has pushed the cause of holism and integrated medicine considerably beyond its previous perameters.

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