The Electrical Immune System

The Electrical Immune System

Something very few of us are aware of is that all life has an electrical  frequency.  The electrical immune system is not something you hear about every day and yet it is a fascinating subject and has everything to do with natural health.

When the immune system is functioning properly or as this natural, built in electrical frequency is vibrating and flowing freely then the body is balanced, in harmony, in a state of homeostasis. However, when the immune system’s energy is blocked or unbalanced due to such things as poor nutrition, exposure to chemicals, stress or injuries, our dogs (and ourselves for that matter) become vulnerable to illness. Once they get sick, the energy becomes even more unbalanced, making it harder for them to recover. 

Everything our animals or we ourselves experience in a day, from the quality of afternoon sunlight to an emotional upset, can actually affect the electrical frequency of the immune system. In particular, things such as diet, environmental toxins, chemical exposure and exercise, play highly important roles in determining whether or dog’s immune system remains balanced.

Consider that the body is made up of trillions of cells. The cells are made up of atoms and atoms are made up of electrical impulses spinning around each other in groups called protons, neutrons and electrons. The speed at which they spin around each other establishes an electrical frequency.

Every organ, every bone, every tissue, every system–all are in a state of vibration. Now, when we are in a state of health, the body puts out an overall harmonic of health. However, when a frequency that is counter to health sets itself up in some portion of the body, it creates a disharmony that we call dis-ease. Dr. Robert O. Becker in his book “The Body Electric” establishes that the body has an electrical frequency and that much about an individual’s health can be determined by it. When this frequency drops, the immune system is compromised.



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