New forms of Electro-medical Devices: Passive ones


In the past couple of decades, a new class of health-related products — ranging from jewelry to personal care creams — has emerged that utilizes frequencies. Unlike electro-medical devices, these items do not rely on electricity or any other outside source of power to transmit the energy. The frequencies in these items are imbued with an energetic message, which is passively transmitted simply because the object is touching the body.

Put another way, these items are imprinted: they are infused with information that is vibrational in nature.

Imprinting is not an exotic or new concept. Ever since homeopathy was developed in the 1790s by German medical doctor Samuel Hahnemann, it has been understood that virtually any substance — liquid or solid, such as water, metal, crystal, etc. — can be imprinted. In our modern times, people use this technology every day with their computers, iPods, cell phones and automobiles — any device that depends on silica chips for processing.

Masaru Emoto, the late Japanese author of The Message from Water, demonstrated how positive coherent frequencies are like music, whereas incoherent energy signatures are like noise. These principles of coherence and imprinting are incorporated into items that — to distinguish them from devices that rely on electrical current for power — are called passive energy products.

Three types of frequencies are imbued into new passive products such as jewelry, water containers and pain patches. Some frequencies are anti-pathogen. Others provide energetic information that supports organs and glands. And still others are known as the Schumann Resonances.

The anti-pathogen frequencies operate similarly to those emitted by an electronic frequency generator, except that these portable, passive energy products do not require electricity or batteries. The supportive frequencies provide the correct information of how healthy tissues in the body are meant to resonate, and are based on the resonances known to be emitted by healthy tissue.

The product maker analogizes the healing to a set of tuning forks that are of the same frequency, only one is vibrating and one is still. When the vibrating tuning fork is placed next to the one that is still, the movement of the first entrains the second. The entrained and once-still tuning fork begins to resonate (“hum”) in harmony with the original. Because the body naturally strives to resonate at the proper frequency, the restorative frequencies will supersede the harmful frequencies of electro-smog. Such products imbued with restorative frequencies act as an external reference point for the body. This passive technology helps optimize body and brain function, restores missing or reduced cell communication, and accelerates the body’s natural ability to heal itself more efficiently.

The type of frequency known as the Schumann Resonances is named after a University of Munich professor who calculated the beneficial electromagnetic frequencies emitted by the earth. These waveforms help balance various bodily functions, including brainwaves. Over time, humans and animals evolved in synchronous rhythm with the earth’s beneficial electromagnetic frequencies, a kind of natural heartbeat. The Schumann Resonance frequencies remind the body how to get back into vibrational harmony with our planet. These restorative frequencies offer a vitally needed protection in today’s world of harmful environmental influences such as EMFs.

The embedded technology is designed to last the lifetime of the products. No maintenance is required; all the person has to do is wear or use the item.

Users of such passive energy products report relief from pain and illness, reduced swelling, more energy, better sleep, more focus and better moods, greater range of motion, and more muscular strength. These benefits have enormous implications for people suffering from health issues such as arthritis, nerve-related disorders, ADHD, digestive problems, hormone imbalances and skin problems. One surgeon, Dr. Srbislov Brasovan of Chicago, Ill., reports that patients who use passive frequency pain patches after surgery heal much faster. They are typically on their feet in two weeks, instead of two months.

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Renetta Swanson
Renetta Swanson is an independent dealer for Tuning Element and can be reached at 507.840.1814, [email protected] or


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