Bioresonance according to Paul Schmidt


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Bioresonance according to Paul Schmidt


Bioresonance according to Paul Schmidt

Introduction-device-application, English ed., 5th edition, Dietmar Heimes.

  • Bestseller within complementary medicine (over 35,000 copies)
  • Comprehensive fundamental guide to Bioresonance according to Paul Schmi
  • Valuable insights into the cause-oriented treatment approach, the Rayonex Analysis and Harmonisation system (RAH), and the Rayoscan® Human
  • Available in seven languages
  • English edition

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Bioresonance according to Paul Schmidt

Treatment does not have to be the first step to recovery! Rather more, it is up to usto take the first step towards healing our bodies and keeping them healthy by eliminating interference fields.

But what holistic test can we apply to find out whether a health burden is caused byelectrosmog, geopathic stress zones, bacteria, viruses or parasites?

Is our acid-basemetabolism balanced? Are we lacking minerals, trace elements or other importantnutritional building blocks?

How can we find out if our primary staple, our water, reallymeets the quality requirements of our body?

As early as 1976, through his discoveries, Paul Schmidt laid the foundation for answering these questions.

In the same way as sunlight stimulates pigmentation or vitamin D metabolism through a specific wave length or frequency, Paul Schmidt looked for and discovered frequencies with which he could regulate the whole body.

This book (the comprehensively revised and expanded 4th edition) offers the reader a step-by-step, easy-to-understand introduction to the holistic approach of Bioresonance according to Paul Schmidt.

In keeping with this approach, the previously mentioned causal influences are examined first. The book then turns to the therapeutic options that this method offers.

These include testing and harmonising the body's energy state, its polarities, and the chakras. The book's focus then switches to the solutions that are available for recognising and rebalancing organ system deficits. A method by which complicated disease may be approached is discussed in depth.

Product, medication and allergen tests, as well as allergen harmonising, are covered with similar attention to detail. The transfer of energy patterns either to the body or to a suitable carrier substance, in order to allow the integration of bodily fluids, such as blood, saliva and urine etc. in the therapeutic approach, is also thoroughly explored. Finally, special areas of Bioresonance according to Paul Schmidt are examined. For example, acupunctureoscillation therapy, in which frequencies, rather than needles, are used to tonify or sedate points along the meridian.

Bioresonance in veterinary medicine is also touched upon, in particular its use in horses, dogs and cats, before the reader is introduced to the most recent major development, the Rayonex analysis and harmonising system.

A 250-page appendix complements this book, providing the lists, tables and templates for copying that are required when carrying out Bioresonance according to Paul Schmidt.

The book is aimed at health care practitioners and their patients, as well as individuals who use or favour the holistic and gentle approaches of alternative medicine.

Please note: Irrespective of the breadth of information, advice and problem-solving approaches contained within this book, it cannot replace the visit to a practitioner of alternative medicine or a physician with an interestin naturopathy. Furthermore, please note that traditional orthodox medicine has to date neither accepted nor acknowledged the connections illustrated in this book.


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Please note that the information, advice and solutions provided by Rayonex originate from over 40 years of experience in the Biomedical field.

Furthermore, it is indicated that traditional orthodox medicinal practices do not accept or even recognise the effects of bioenergetic oscillations, even with existing clinical prospective, double-blind randomised, and placebo controlled studies.