Anything that causes you to give yourself permission to be healed will work.
That applies to any object, philosophy/religion, way of life, or even any other person you decide is a healer or guru.
So do any of them really work?
Yes, they all really work if you allow them to work for you. (I mean this at a much deeper level than what is commonly called The Placebo Effect)
The only problem is that if the thing you choose to allow to work for you is inconvenient to use, that in itself is going to cause you problems because you now have the vibrational contradiction of having something that you believe will work for you but you cannot use.
For example, if you believe drinking water from a certain well in a certain far-off country has healing powers, then it will have healing powers. But now, you'll need an ongoing supply of that water (possibly at some extreme cost and inconvenience) to support that belief and the results it brings you.
Personally, I find it's easier to mold my beliefs about works for me towards easier things (using Focus Blocks, for example) and then put my feet up, than take the hard action required to align with an inconvenient belief.
But it's all a matter of personal choice ultimately. Just be aware that building that water pipeline to that far-off country may take a while...and buying all those Bio-Discs may leave a big hole in your pocket :)
answered 17 Aug '10, 08:39
Hold on while I put on my tinfoil hat...
WTF is SCALAR energy? I tried clicking on the link that is supposed to download the PDF that describes SCALAR energy, and I wound up on a smarmy site with a bucketful of popup ads, redirects, and [Things That Want To Install Themselves On My Computer]TM
Uh, no thanks.
So here's the thing: Every water molecule on this planet is absolutely identical to every other water molecule. That's right, there's no difference. What molecular structure is being rejuvenated, exactly? If there's a problem with the molecular structure in a water molecule, then it is no longer a water molecule. It is an oxygen molecule and two hydrogen molecules, or something else.
Yeah. Hydratious isn't even a word. If you Google it, you discover this site, which makes the following claim:
OMG, where do I start? There's so much bad science in here it would take me a week to describe it all. Yes, I do in fact pour orange juice in my eyes every morning and throw salt on my plants, just because I can.
This website (and the Bio-Disc website) both make mention of the term Nano-medicine, but describes it in a way that has nothing to do with the actual technology. Additional technical terms, such as "Quantum Suspension," "Free Radicals," and "Surface Tension" are used to make their product descriptions sound impressive and give them an air of scientific authority, but it is all made-up jibberish. Here's more:
The only "frequency signature of water" you can change is its temperature, and you can do that yourself with ice cubes, or putting the water on a stove.
Save your money, and buy an IPod instead. At least you will be getting some value for your money instead of throwing it away on a worthless disc.
It is absolutely true! As is rubbing spam on the inside of your elbows as long as YOU believe it.
answered 20 Feb '11, 21:28
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