NONLOCAL INFORMATION MEDICINE
Remote Healing - Book review by David Lorimer
"While mainstream medicine relies on local biochemical interventions, this model uses a nonlocal information field for both diagnosis and treatment. In this sense, the healer is entangled with his or her patients."
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The role of information is central within a holistic context, while illness it can be understood as flawed informational patterns that can be re-established by matching individual patterns with the norm for correct functioning by means of the tuning of the healer in an altered state of consciousness with the Akashic field.
The first part recounts how the author discovered nonlocal space and time transcending healing and various important collaborations along the way, which led her to develop her own method of healing and diagnostic therapy based on the work of Erich Körbler and psionic medicine, using Körbler’s special dowsing rod at certain points of the body and mapping the results onto a vector depending on the angle and direction of rotation (p. 67). As explained in my earlier review of Healing with Information, Körbler also used specific symbols as carriers of information for therapeutic purposes. Sagi clearly elaborates all this background, including the structural basis of diagnosis and therapy as well as specific principles of her own diagnostic procedures.
The Sagi Method
The second part explains how to apply the Sagi Method, which is principally useful for practitioners, describing as it does the series of specific interventions for a variety of conditions, with apparently impressive results. I don’t think that the detail can be learned from a book, but would require more extensive in-person training and study. Maria adds homoeopathy and informed water to her range of treatments, seeing these as other forms of information medicine – her discussion of spiritual elements in Hahnemann’s homoeopathy puts this in context, as does her account of the contributions of Fritz Albert Popp using the analogy of tuning fork where the sick organism is tuned to a given frequency that needs to be re-tuned to a healthy vibration. She uses a similar dowsing protocol to establish the correct homoeopathic potency and dosage. There is another chapter on nonlocal diagnosis and healing through chakras, with an interesting chart mapping them onto spinal nerves.
Intuition and nonlocal information
The third part discusses the role of intuition and nonlocal information transmission through telepathy and remote viewing as well as the significance of synchronised brain hemispheres. The appendix by Peter Köhne gives an overview of radionics as an example of nonlocal healing. Imagine a future medical school where students are also trained to develop their capacity for intuitive diagnosis and nonlocal healing alongside biomolecular approaches, and where such avenues are not only explored but extensively researched as well as being understood as a natural expression of quantum entanglement. In such a context, this book and the others mentioned would form a part of the reading list. However, this will demand a major shift in medical thinking and a liberation from the power and influence of the pharmaceutical industry with its primary focus of treating the symptoms of disease rather than strengthening the immune system and promoting health.
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