The quantum mind or quantum consciousness is a group of hypotheses proposing that classical mechanics alone cannot explain everything.
Among the various forms of self-healing is Quantum Field Healing, a guided visualisation where an illness or disease can be viewed as waves of energy instead of a solid substance, a technique that takes down layers of biology in the body beyond the atomic level.
Consciousness, entanglement and superposition may play an important part in the brain's function and could explain critical aspects of consciousness.
It’s a pseudo-scientific mixture of ideas which purportedly draws from quantum mechanics, psychology, philosophy and neurophysiology.
Our body is made up of an energetic life force, which is not a new idea. It’s borrowed from other therapies such as reiki, prana, (Sanskrit), and chi (Chinese), and if it’s out of balance, causes diseases.
Advocates of Quantum Healing (QH) assert that these techniques teach us to focus and amplify life-force energy combining various breathing and body awareness exercises, which govern health and well-being. It’s a new form of mysticism, which suggests that the interconnectedness of all beings have correlations of our ‘cosmic’ mind, and more generally to ‘energy’ and vibrations.
Although a relatively new alternative therapy (unlike the birth of quantum physics), it unleashes a holographic energy, like an energy medicine.
When Deepak Chopra coined the term ‘quantum healing’ when he published the first edition of his book of the same title in 1989, his discussions were characterised as ‘technobabble’ driving those who actually understand physics crazy, saying that its “incoherent babbling strewn with scientific terms.”
Though the scientific community widely regards it as nonsensical, Deepak has many followers.
Physicist Brian Cox argues that misuse of the word ‘quantum’, has a negative effect on society as it undermines genuine science and discourages people from engaging with conventional medicine.
Says he, “For some scientists, the unfortunate distortion and misappropriation of scientific ideas that often accompanies their integration into popular culture, is an unacceptable price to pay and can overlap with quantum mysticism.” These scientific hypotheses are untested.
QUANTUM THEORY OF HEALING
The body has an extraordinary ability to heal itself and it’s believed that QH is a new form of mysticism, which suggests the interconnectedness of all things and beings, thus creating a space for healing to occur.
The connection of our minds with a cosmic mind addresses the underlying cause of disease (not just symptoms) which start in the mind. Given proper circumstances, the body knows how to bring itself back to 100% unity.
If you feel that QH could benefit you, seek out a quantum healing practitioner/therapist, who is believed to place this field of high energy around an area of pain, stress, inflammation or disease, and can guide and help you connect with your so-called Higher Self, subconscious, past lives and create a high frequency of life-force energy to amplify the body’s natural healing.
It’s a cutting-edge therapy that works with the mind, body and emotions, effective for those suffering from anxiety, depression, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia and other physical disorders.
It doesn’t pose standard barriers to understanding or practice, nor does it take years to learn to become a healer for yourself.
HEALING WITH HEMA
Hema Sood, a healing practitioner in Goa, affirms, “QH is an intangible spirituality, differing from other natural healing techniques. It’s difficult to heal others, and one has to do it for themselves. I learnt it 2 years ago to heal myself and help people to deal with unforeseen changes in life.”
“Whenever I do healings, I ask the pineal and pituitary glands to get activated, this dialogue takes place between the classical and the quantum parts of the brain, allowing you to float in different dimensions releasing you from gravitational energies,” she adds.
Even if you are being treated by licensed doctors for a serious illness, QH techniques are an excellent adjunct to augment healing. People have reported signs of improvement, some suggest it’s nothing more than placebo effect; nevertheless it does offer comfort and a sense of relief from pain and emotional problems.
Don’t write off QH for lack of scientific evidence. What works for one person won’t necessarily work for all, but may be the solution. Try it and see what effect it has on your own situation.
If you want to check out various natural healing processes, you can contact Hema on +91 98503 20633