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Decoding the Human Body-Field: The New Science of Information as Medicine par [Fraser, Peter H., Massey, Harry]
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From Chapter 1


The annals of medicine are filled with anomalies, those cases that defy rational explanation and baffle even the most brilliant medical minds. For the most part, medical professionals ignore anomalies such as spontaneous remissions, relegating them, if they report on them at all, to the footnotes of journal articles. But we do ourselves a grave disservice by dismissing such anomalies as inexplicable, for they demonstrate in the most visceral way that hidden deep in the recesses of the body are clues about the body-mind’s ability to heal itself.

•  A woman suffering from the debilitating effects of decades of multiple sclerosis (MS) is confined to a wheelchair, her legs structurally deformed so that she can stand upright or walk a few steps only while in full leg braces. Her pain worsens until her doctors are forced to sever the tendons to her kneecaps. Over time, some of the tissues and nerves of her legs become irretrievably impaired, her right kneecap slips off center, and her ankles and feet become paralyzed. She suffers with dignity for years, until one night, inexplicably, she hears a voice telling her she can be healed. The next day her legs begin to feel prickly and warm. She is astonished to find she can wiggle her toes. As she examines her legs, she notices that her right kneecap is no longer deformed. She throws off her braces and stands. In astonishment, she runs through the house and even bounds up a flight of stairs. Her various doctors conduct examinations and tests, which reveal that her brain no longer shows the telltale lesions indicative of MS. Her legs have normal reflexes even though tendons have been severed. Her doctors, for the most part, are ecstatic at her startling recovery although they are completely mystified, saying there simply is no medical explanation for it. One of her long-time physicians, however, is so upset, even frightened--because medical science says that MS cannot be reversed or cured--that he dismisses her from his office, calling her a fraud.

•  A young girl with lupus, which has no cure and can be controlled only partially through drugs that have numerous side effects, is conditioned to take her medication while smelling roses and tasting cod-liver oil. Over time, as the conditioning is strengthened, her medications are reduced. Finally, after several years, she is able to stop taking her medications entirely, but she receives all the benefits of those drugs simply by being exposed to the scent of roses or the taste of cod-liver oil.

     These stories are well documented in medical journals and books, and although they are different in detail they share a subtle commonality: the body used information to change its physical state. Where that information came from and how it organized itself to change the body is open to question, although this book offers one possible explanation.
     In the first example, you might be tempted to explain away the remission of MS by citing the mind-body connection; but if the patient’s belief system or mind-set was the mechanism for healing, then it occurred without any conscious effort on the woman’s part. Thoughts, beliefs, hopes, and dreams are intangibles, and to explain how the mind can affect the body we are forced to ask: What is consciousness? The most current research tells us that consciousness is a field, perhaps a quantum field. What does a field do? It conveys energy and information.
     At the heart, each of these cases highlights how things as immaterial as mind and thoughts--as fields of information--play a role in health. The fact that these seemingly miraculous stories are real--and there are hundreds of other such stories in the world’s medical literature--assures us that healing is not dependent only on the physical matter of the body. They hint that we should not, as we so often do, relegate to the realm of the metaphysical the mechanisms for interfacing with what appears to be the organizing quantum-level information fields of nature. At the level of the quantum universe, everything is connected and so can affect or be affected by everything else. It appears that information fields order the physical world. Because we are part of that physical world, it is not a huge leap to think that our bodies have inherent links to these underlying energy and information fields.

There are twelve Energetic Integrators arranged around a spherical scalar standing wave. Each Energetic Integrator correlates to specific information in the body from the subcellular level up to emotions and consciousness.

History records how what was once deemed impossible often turns out to be very possible indeed. The quantum nature of biological water leads scientists back to homeopathy, which has been dismissed as quackery by much of modern, Western science but has helped millions of ill people the world over. Scientific evidence suggests that homeopathy might be correct in its claim that water can be imprinted with information, that water has a memory.31 Homeopathic remedies are made from substances, such as minerals or plants, that are placed in a solution, usually mostly water, which is then succussed (vigorously shaken). The solution is then diluted further and the procedure repeated, often until not a single molecule of the original substance remains in the remedy. All that remains is information. In effect, the remedy retains a memory of information about the healing substance that the body can recognize and use. Research conducted by Nutri-Energetic Systems extended this theory and resulted in the development of our own type of remedies, called Infoceuticals, which are encoded with information but in a way wholly unlike the dilution and succussion method of homeopathy. If experimental evidence from mainstream scientists continues to mount in homeopathy and NES’s favor, conventional scientists might have to revise their opinions--and even their science.

Revue de presse

“The time is ripe for a revolution in Western medicine, and this book tells us the direction it will take. Information is as important as energy in the universe, and Fraser and Massey show that it is as important in the human body as well. As a cosmic information field directs natural processes in the universe, so in the living organism the biofield directs the way the body works: it is the “information-software” that directs the organism’s “energy-hardware.” How information directs organic processes makes the difference between sickness and health. The authors have succeeded in translating this basic insight into effective health-preserving and -conserving tools: the information-based diagnosis and information-coded remedies that will be the basis of medical science in the future.” (Ervin Laszlo, author of Science and the Akashic Field: An Integral Theory of Everything)

“We are indeed on the verge of a Medical and Health Renaissance, one in which a comprehensive and energetic analysis is coupled with an equally comprehensive correction of the imbalances. Conventional medical treatments often carry risks and are less effective in chronic diseases than in acute ones. Fraser’s theory is remarkably inclusive and integrative. NES is safe and efficacy studies will ultimately provide the proof of the pudding.” (C. Norman Shealy, M.D., Ph.D.,author of Life Beyond 100: Secrets of the Fountain of Youth, founding)

“An innovative and fascinating book that describes the biomedical structure of the human body based upon the true energy wave structure of matter. This book lays the groundwork for a new branch of medicine!” (Milo Wolff, Ph.D., author of Exploring the Physics of the Unknown Universe)

"It's like homeopathy, but more high-tech and better targeted, and it also utilises the meridian system of Chinese medicine. . . . This is exciting, far-reaching information for self-healing in our 21st-century world." (Nexus New Times Magazine Vol. 15, No. 4)

"If you are interested in new frontiers in health, or what makes the difference between a being that is alive and one that isn't, then you will not only want to, but need to, read this book." (Huw Griffiths, naturopath, New Dawn Magazine)

"In Decoding the Human Body Field, Fraser and Massey cover new ground in the theory that we are made up of energy meridians that directly influence our mind, body, and spiritual health and how to use these fields to create and maintain your natural state of wellness." (WomensRadio)

"The theory purports the root cause of disease is blockages in the body-field, and presents a new intergrative model of health based on the body's energetic physiology." (Massage Magazine, Sep 2008)

"The authors' revolutionary Nutri-Energetics System explains how our health depends on the proper flow and communication of information through 12 meridian-like channels that process and coordinate information throughout the body. Learn how disease occurs when these channels are blocked, and how liquid remedies called Infoceuticals can help restore the information flow to engage the body's self-healing ability." (Share Guide magazine, Issue 99, Sep/Oct 2008)

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 978 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 420 pages
  • Pagination - ISBN de l'édition imprimée de référence : 1594772258
  • Editeur : Healing Arts Press; Édition : 1 (20 mars 2008)
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  • Langue : Anglais
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J'ai beaucoup apprécié cet ouvrage, car il explique en termes simples tout le fonctionnement biologique de notre corps, en y incluant une dimension "Nouvelle Médecine", basée sur la circulation de l'information dans chaque cellule. Pour moi, une référence claire et riche pour ce qui est des nouvelles découvertes scientifiques.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Groundbreaking Title in Quantum Healing 10 avril 2008
Par Steve McCardell - Publié sur
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As a NES practitioner (the NES system is introduced through this book), I was looking forward to this book for probably close to a year. It didn't disappoint.

True to NES style, the book is well written and accessible to anyone who's interested to learn about quantum healing. And it's written with obvious authority on the subject. It provides an excellent overview of current quantum physics theories and how these can apply to a revolution in health care.

Having personally explored (and owned) many of the quantum healing systems out there, I can say emphatically that few demonstrate an understanding of the human body-field the way that Fraser & Co. do. And in fact, the NES system is the only one I know of that actually scans the quantum field, whereas others seem to simply take electrical (or other?) readings from the skin. (With the NES professional, you can actually take a scan without quite touching the device, so it's definitely not using galvanic skin response or simple meridian point testing.)

While staying simple enough to understand and interesting throughout, the book is also deep enough to provide a very thorough understanding of how NES has mapped the human body-field and how their proprietary Infoceuticals are able to correct it. In fact, despite my training in the NES approach, I gleaned plenty of new insights about the Infoceuticals from this text.

Of course all the revolutionary theories in the world don't mean much if the end result is poor. So these Infoceuticals are really the bottom line of this entire book -- if they don't work, the book is useless. Fortunately, I can say from clinical experience (and from plenty of discussion with other practitioners) that they are a bold and successful new step in the world of healing.

Yes, this comes from the apparent bias of a NES practitioner. But keep in mind that our practice uses nutrition, and we're familiar with the results of herbs and homeopathy. From my observations in the case of chronic health concerns, Infoceuticals are more precise and more potent than other options available today.

I've really enjoyed many titles on quantum healing, but by now, they're starting to get stale in the sense that they tend to cover the same basic material in different guises. But since NES actually does represent something brand new -- a rarity in a world where marketing just makes things LOOK new -- this book is worth a serious read from anyone exploring alternative health.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Shaky Science 28 juin 2013
Par Laura - Publié sur
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I had been really excited to read this book, because the electromagnetic bio-field and its potential for the future of medicine is a passion of mine, but Decoding the Human Body-Field, by Peter H. Fraser and Harry Massey, was a big disappointment. First of all, the authors have no formal medical training, and yet they are selling "a system of health care" called Nutri-Energetics Systems (NES, rhymes with "Tess"). Second, as far as I can tell, none of their research has been peer reviewed and published in a scientific journal. Now, I realize that the scientific community does not readily accept new concepts that might upset the current paradigm, however plenty of other scientists in this field (Robert O. Becker, Candace Pert, F.A. Popp, etc.) have managed to overcome resistance from the scientific community and have their discoveries verified and published, so why not Peter Fraser and Harry Massey? I would surmise that their data just doesn't stand up to rigorous scrutiny. Third, the writing itself is very dry and boring compared to other books on this topic, and, fourth, the authors are so caught up in protecting their secret formula that they never make clear the mechanism behind how NES actually works. (To be fair, it could be buried in the text somewhere and I just didn't see it because the writing is so bad that my eyes were glazing over.) My point is that instead of giving us real clinical data to support their claims, there is a lot of talk of quantum theory, virtual reality, and spirituality. Hey, I love quantum physics and I'm all for spirituality, but if I'm going to ingest your experimental, non-FDA approved medicine to treat my very REAL chronic disease, I want to see some medical FACTS, not just a lot of theoretical chitchat. For a much more readable and scientifically sound book on this topic, read Nutripuncture: Stimulating the Energy Pathways of the Body Without Needles, by Patrick Veret, MD, Fabio Burigana, MD, Antonio Dell'Aglio, MD, and Cristina Cuomo, published 2010 and available on Amazon.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Not legit 7 juin 2013
Par Aly4u77 - Publié sur
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This has a simple resolution. If something sounds too good to be true, it IS too good to be true. I would check the credentials of Peter Fraser. When you do, you'll find that his claims of publishing articles in journals don't exist. The articles he "published" don't exist AT ALL. Heck, the JOURNALS don't exist for that matter. Try searching for them yourself. I even checked my college's database and got no hits on the journals or any of his articles. Plus, I called into the company and the woman I spoke with said that his work "isn't ACTUALLY published because the scientific community doesn't accept his work as science." Interesting because he says he published his work in journals, that conveniently don't exist, and then this woman tells me he doesn't have work that's ACTUALLY published. I also checked with the scientific community on if this type of work is accepted, and there were a TON of articles that have been published about this science. The science is legit, don't get me wrong. However, the man claiming to have created this science and his "revolutionary discovery of the human body field" (from the company's website) isn't valid. This science was ACTUALLY discovered by Michael Faraday and James Clerk Maxwell in the early 1800's. Don't believe me still? Check out this guy's background and his claims and then validate them with the FACTS. The science is sound, but from the work of other individuals, and this guy's claims are bogus. He plays off of the "placebo effect", a simple psychology trick. Check that out to see what I'm talking about. P.S. Look at the reviews from other people. Notice anything funny? These reviews are done by the SAME people over and over. Fishy, if you ask me. If you want a good book on this science, read "The Field" by Lynne McTaggart. She actually CITES her sources to back up the science this man claims to have discovered.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Ground-breaking, but the basics are disappointing 1 juin 2010
Par A. Trudu - Publié sur
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This books describes a new concept in medicine and is probably 20 years ahead of gaining full acceptance. I am reading the book and undergoing the therapy (I am at cycle 6 of it).

The weak parts of the book are parts 1 and 2. There is a lots of physics in them, but it is very poorly explained by non-specialists as the authors are. They should have asked a physicist to write these two parts and provide clear illustrions, boxes, etc. These sections make the book long and boring as they do not help the non-specialist to understand the significance of quantum physics towards this new type of medicine.

Part 3 is the best part of the book with a clear explanation about the therapy and the remedies. This is a unique type of work which helps a patient like me to understand the NES therapy better to improve the level of interaction with my practitioner. It is even better to read the entire book before starting the therapy.

My assessment of 4 stars is a combination of 2 stars for parts 1 and 2, but above 5 stars for part 3 and the high level of originality of the therapy.

Keeping my comments in mind, if you are interested into the NES therapy, read this book and what you can find on the NES website.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 For the Serious Student of Energetic Healing! 18 mai 2008
Par Dr. David Kamnitzer - Publié sur
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As a long-time practitioner of energetic healing, this book is very exciting. It presents an entirely new paradigm that has profound implications, even for quantum physicists.

In short, it addresses the SPATIAL dimension of the manifest world, and its relationship to optimal health and well-being.

Fraser was clearly driven by "transpersonal" forces to 1) accumulate massive amounts of new data, and (2) discover new patterns of relationship among the data that give rise to an entirely new dimension of understanding.

Massey helped to make the breakthrough "user friendly" by codifying the data and relationships using current-day computer technology.

Infoceutical remedies were then developed to "right the ship" so to speak.

Wilcox is a wonderful writer, as well as knowledgable and sensitive to the challenges and opportunities at the frontier of scientific breakthrough.

This book is not for the casual "curiosity seeker"....If energetic healing is your passion, ORDER TODAY!
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