The Human Biofield

The human biofield, containing all the information of your immune system, works as the body’s defense system.  Any imbalance first appears in your biofield, which later can develop as an illness in the physical body.  In turn, an imbalance within the body will reflect in the biofield.  


The human body field is a complex, structured network of energy fields that interpenetrates the physical body and underlies all physiology.   In February 2006, using a Somatoscope (a darkfield microscope with a magnification of 30,000 times) scientists were able to observe the inside structure of bio-photons in various drops of water. Bio-photons or particles of light, with no mass, transmit information within and between cells. The DNA in living cells stores and releases photons creating “bio-photonic emissions” that may hold the key to illness and health. We are energy. We can change our physical condition by changing our energy field.


Any alteration to your biofield can influence the cellular, molecular, atomic and even subatomic aspects of your health.  Stress, physical and emotional trauma, our environment, and even thoughts, can create imbalances in your biofield.  All internal and external stimuli influence the biofield, and in turn, can generate emotional, mental, and physical symptoms. 


Why Balance My Biofield?

Practices such as Reiki and Subtle Influence Medicine bring harmony back to the human biofield and in turn reconnects us with the biofield of the earth and those around us.  Balancing and reharmonizing the human biofield can:


  • Restore and optimize the immune system 
  • Speed up recovery from injury/surgery 
  • Provide pain relief 
  • Calm anxiety, 
  • Reduce stress. 
  • Relax the body deeply. 
  • Increase blood circulation. 
  • Provide a energetic shift. 
  • Activate the autonomic parasympathetic (rest/repair) vs Sympathetic (fight/flight) for innate healing.    


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A 30-minute no cost ($0.00) consultation is available for new visitors.


These practices are not a replacement for medical attention.  Always consult your health care provider.