Vibrational Healing by Joy Gardner


What is Vibrational Healing?


Every aspect of the body, mind and spirit has a distinct frequency that can be measured and altered. Each has a range of frequencies that are healthy and those that are unhealthy. The body and soul are made up of frequencies that form a harmonic whole when a person is in balance. When the frequencies fall out-of-tune due to stress and tension, this tends to result in disease. Vibrational Medicine (also known as Vibrational Healing) is the art and science of consciously bringing those vibrational frequencies back into harmonic alignment through the use of vibratory tools, including light, color, sound, crystals and aromatherapy. Once harmony is restored, the disease tends to lose its grip and often falls away.


A simplistic metaphor is that your whole being is like a piano. If just one string goes out of tune, the music doesn't sound right. If several strings go out of tune, it sounds unpleasant. The Vibrational Healer is akin to the piano tuner who goes in and uses a simple instrument to discover which strings are out of tune, and then uses another tool to tighten or loosen those strings. The Vibrational Healer uses vibratory tools, which are instruments that influence frequency.

Vibratory Tools

The Human Voice

One instrument is the human voice, which can be used in several ways for healing. Through forceful and explosive sounds, it can break up stuck energy. Through soothing sounds, it can calm the nervous system. Through nurturing sounds, it can put the cells into a receptive mode, where they are better able to allow in nourishment and to release toxins.


Crystals are another set of vibratory tools. Human beings are highly mutable, and extremely emotional, so they easily fall out of tune. The atoms of crystals, on the other hand, are arranged in fixed, regularly repeating patterns (Science Museum of Virginia website: Because they are so orderly, they have the lowest possible state of entropy. Each size or plate of quartz has its own natural resonant frequency, depending upon its exact size and thickness. When an alternating current is passed through the plate, the charge will oscillate at a given number of cycles per second, according to the resonant frequency of the crystals (Richard Gerber, M.D., Vibrational Medicine (Santa Fe, NM:: Bear, 1988), 337-338). Because crystals have such a stable atomic structure, which keeps them perfectly in tune, crystals such as galena and pyrite were used in original radio sets, because these crystals kept the station reliably tuned, for example, to 92.7 hertz frequencies.

The variety of colors that occur in crystals are caused by different minerals. Each mineral has a distinct frequency. Through trial and error, an art and science has evolved in which certain stones have been found to have a steadying influence on the emotions and on the physical body.

Entrainment occurs when two objects of similar frequency are brought into close proximity and the object that has a weaker frequency automatically aligns with the stronger frequency. This can be witnessed, for example, when a person with a weak voice sings with a person who has a strong voice; the weaker voice tends to become stronger and more sonorous.

Theoretically, placing a specific crystal on the body in the vicinity of an ailing organ, for example, will bring that organ back into a healthy harmonic frequency through entrainment.

Color Healing (Chromotherapy)

Just as dogs have the ability to hear in a range beyond the human audible range, and cats have the ability to see beyond the human visual range, people who are called clairvoyant, apparently have the ability to see beyond the normal visible range. These people describe a halo of colored light surrounding the human body, known as the electromagnetic aura. Scientist Valerie Hunt, from UCLA, was able to use telemetry to actually measure the frequency of the human aura. (Valerie Hunt, Infinite Mind, Science of the Human Vibrations of Consciousness, Malibu Publishing, 1997, pp 18-27.)

According to the reports of eight clairvoyants who were tested by Valerie Hunt, normally all the colors of the rainbow are channeled through this aura that surrounds the body, but when there is imbalance or illness, some of these colors fade (ibid, pp 20-21). A Vibrational Healer can use a lamp with colored filters to augment the colors in a person’s aura. This is called chromotherapy, and it can be extremely effective in healing a wide variety of complaints, as demonstrated by Kate Baldwin, the Senior Surgeon at Philadelphia woman’s Hospital Women’s Hospital for 23 years. She wrote an abstract for the Atlantic Medical Journal in April 1927, in which she reported that, in most cases, she could produce better results with color than with all other forms of treatment combined, including surgery, and with much less trauma to the patient. (Darius Dinshaw, Let There Be Light, Malaga Health Society, Malaga, NJ, 2003, pp 7-8.) Dr. Baldwin kept eleven colored instruments going every day, and soon found that she could dispense with virtually all other forms of therapy. (ibid, pp 104-5.) A contemporary doctor in Columbus, Ohio, Dr. Teresa E. Quinlin, reports, "My experience with the lamp is nothing short of stupenous. Burns, infections, pain, and cancer have all had remarkable improvements." (Dr. Quinlan in personal conversation with the author in Columbus, Ohio, May 2003.)


The essential oils used in aromatherapy provide yet another tool for Vibrational Medicine or Vibrational Healing. Bruce Tainio invented a machine, the BT3 Frequency Monitoring System, that can literally measure the hertz frequencies of plants, herbs, and even human beings (see Tainio's machine can detect when a person is ill and when a person is healthy, by measuring the frequencies of all of the internal organs. Human beings give off electrical energy, as witnessed when a doctor checks the heart by using an electrocardiogram, an ECG, which measures the cycles per second, the cps that the heart gives off.

Likewise, plants give off frequencies. Indeed, all things vibrate, and everything that vibrates gives off a specific number of cycles per second, and this in turn can be measured through hertz frequencies.

Gary Young, the founder of Young Living Essential Oils, worked with Tainio, using his machine to measure the hertz frequencies of essential oils. Tainio explained to the author that elements and enzymes remain in the oils. Every element in the Periodic Table has a specific vibratory frequency and every enzyme has a unique crystalline form and a specific frequency. They can be seen in the back of the book Enzymes by Malcomb Dixon and Edwin C. Webb (Malcolm Dixon and Edwin C. Webb, Enzymes (New York: Academic Press, 1964), 794-808). They measured many oils, and found that rose oil, for example, vibrates at 320 Mhz, which is one of the highest measurements of any living thing in the world. (Dr. Gary Young, N.D., Aromatherapy: The Essential Beginning (Salt Lake City: Essential Press, 1996), 8-10 and Bruce Tainio in personal conversation with the author, November, 2003).


Chakra Diagnosis

Vibrational Healing, as I practice and teach it, uses Chakra Diagnosis, in which the practitioner feels the spin of energy at the feet, knees, hips, and each of the seven major chakras along the central axis of the body. The ability to feel or sense energy is called clairsentience and 95% of the people who study with me have learned to feel this energy. Each chakra has seven degrees of openness. The practitioner can use their hand or a long thin crystal "wand" to feel the spin of energy at each chakra and sub-chakra. When a chakra is fully open, it is about the span of the person's hand and about the pace of a healthy heart. If it is bigger or smaller, faster or slower, this indicates that there is an imbalance in the chakra. The practitioner can then "tune in" and may be able to receive information about the cause of the imbalance.

Vibrational Alignment

Vibrational Alignment™ is a modality that is taught and practised exclusively by myself, Joy Gardner, and my Certified Vibrational Healers. Once the problem areas are identified, the practitioner will use the Vibratory Tools to help bring the chakras into balance. Oils may be applied or simply inhaled. Stones may be placed on the chakras or other parts of the body. The practitioner may make vocal sounds, or encourage the client to do so (if he or she is willing). A colored lamp may be used.

Meanwhile, the practitioner will talk with the client, supporting him or her to find the underlying cause of the imbalance. Once this is identified, the practitioner may use a wide range of modalities to help clear up the underlying cause, including Core Belief Work, Emotional Release, Past Life Regressions, Visualization, and Releasing Earthbound Spirits. All of these modalities are included in the training to become a practitioner in Joy Gardner's Vibrational Healing Certification Program.


I hope this helps explain the nature of Vibrational Healing and Vibrational Medicine, and that it gives some insight into the powerful yet virtually harmless tools of the Vibrational Healer.


Most of this information was excerpted from my book, Vibrational Healing Through the Chakras with Light, Color, Sound, Crystals and Aromatherapy (available at the Store) .



Copyright Joy Gardner 2010

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