Aug 20 2012

The Science of Energy Medicine: Part Two

This is the second article in a series.

Every energetic current has polarity, or more simply: negative vs. positive. The pull between the two is what generates power.

In The Body Electric, Robert O. Becker MD writes about an experiment he did with salamanders and frogs. Becker amputated the forearms of fourteen of each species. In previous experiments he had established that different parts of the body had negative and positive polarities.

After the amputations, he measured the polarity at the wound sites and found that it had reversed from negative to positive. The next day the energy climbed to 20 millivolts (from 8 to 10 millivolts) in both species, and then later dropped.

Days later as potentials in the frog’s wounds continued to decline, the salamanders changed their polarity once again and reached a peak
of 30 millivolts of energy at the site where new limbs were actually beginning to regenerate. The frogs limbs healed over but did not grow back.

Through this experiment he proved that the “current of injury” is more than a side effect. This is the life-force that flows through each of us which aids the body in healing itself.

So why didn’t the frogs regenerate their limbs? And what about human

Maybe it’s because without the benefit of negative as well as positive energy, the frogs had no polarity at the wound sites.

And, according to Becker, it’s known among many pediatric surgeons that
children are able to perfectly regenerate a cleanly sheared off fingertip in about three months time. Becker’s later experiments proved that, with the polarity of alternating currents, adults could also regenerate tissue.

Go To: The Science of Energy Medicine, Part Three

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