Quantum Healing Encourages Cellular Cooperation
Quantum Healing Encourages Cellular Cooperation Dr. Robert W. Walker
When the word “quantum” comes up, people’s eyes often glaze over, and they ask, “What in the world are you talking about?” Health care in Western society is mainly concerned with physical bodies and whether they’re functioning properly or failing to keep us healthy. The medical community tries to solve issues such as depression, PTSD, bipolar disorder, and so on with chemicals or psychiatric and psychological approaches.
Quantum physics and mechanics have been around for about 100 years. Physicists such as Albert Einstein introduced us to the world we cannot see. Our three-dimensional senses of sight and sound give us very narrow bands of frequencies we can perceive. We accept on faith a whole world that we cannot see: radio and TV waves, microwaves, and now the internet.
It should come as no surprise that science discovered quantum energy, which is composed of light particles and moves as light waves and is unseen by the naked eye. Quantum energy has finally shown us who we really are as humans. Every atom in living beings is a swirling vortex of unseen energy, composed of trillions of quantum light particles. Scientists refer to these as coherent, or frozen, light, and they appear solid to our eyes.