We understand so little about energy forces that we typically avoid such subjects. The incredible feats performed by masters of the martial arts is but one example of inexplicable energy. How can a human hand smash a concrete block in half? Sure, the master’s hand is hardened but even if it were wrapped in a steel band, without the directed energy the concrete would shrug off the strike. Make no mistake however, such directed energy can immobilize or kill a human opponent.
There are dozens of documented incidents wherein people lifted an automobile or a collapsed beam in order to free a trapped person. Some believe it is divine intervention, an angel sent to save someone destined for a special purpose in life. That belief is so widely held that movies have been scripted around such inexplicable events of special energy that has nothing to do with “a burst of adrenaline.” No, this form of energy is capable of bending metal or moving boulders.
While adrenaline can lend wings to prey and speed to a predator’s charge, that is simple science, not phenomenon. What I’m talking about are once-in-a-lifetime feats of superhuman strength that can only be explained as a “surge of energy” having nothing to do with adrenaline. Adrenaline does not give us the ability to move matter, shatter cellular structure, or defy the laws of gravity.
From a scientist’s perspective, energy can do amazing things. Energy creates both audible and inaudible sound. Sound, frequency, resonance, call it what you will, it is generated by the vibration of matter. That vibration is demonstrated by Royal Rife technology. Don’t know about that? Type it in Google and prepare to be blown away, not only by Mr. Royal Raymond Rife’s ahead-of-his-time microscopic discoveries but by his unprecedented ability to harness energy, much of which was at that time (early 1930s) totally unknown.
Today we are studying that “sixth sense”. Zoologists study many different species (Cynologists only study dogs) but all agree that animals pick up on vibrations and energy comparable to or exceeding the best scientific machines known to man. TheDogPlace.org reported on that uncanny ability as demonstrated when the Tunisian elephants fled up the mountain well before the tsunami hit the shore in 2004.
On a personal note, I am attempting to explain the inexplicable because I have seen the results of applied energy. When my husband of nearly fifty years was diagnosed with stomach cancer I went to work, researching and keeping an open mind because I refused to believe what the doctors said. I called Dave Dorsett whom I remembered had often talked over my head about metaphysics. He tried to simplify by telling me about Tibetan Monks who by chanting levitated giant boulders. While there is obviously no video of that ancient ritual, there is video proof of levitation.
As a native Floridian, I knew about the guy who moved boulders to build Coral Castle for his wife2. He was never filmed unloading those boulders from the flatbed trucks or hoisting them without any equipment but the castle was built, proof enough. Dave cited other real-life examples of levitation and quantum physics and sent me some links.
So, motivated by that which I didn’t understand, I turned to the greatest tool mankind has invented—the internet. Like entering a jungle full of vipers I knew to tread carefully because there are a lot of “snake oil” pathways leading nowhere. I won’t bore you with examples, citations or links. I will also spare you those “miracle recovery” stories that are rarely documented. The point is, my friend in Texas who had the military internet, helped me learn about energy healing. What Bill and I tried first-hand is now easy to find online although even today, forward-thinking doctors and researchers are intimidated by their licensing organizations.
But here’s an irrefutable example I often use “there is no placebo effect in animals.” My favorite saying, as it ends any argument. Our dogs don’t get better because we tell them a herbal remedy or veterinary prescription will heal them. It either works or it doesn’t. Dr. McLaren’s red-light “torch” was one of the energy discoveries we made. In one or two treatments to the correct (acupuncture) points, human or animal lameness can often be resolved within the hour. I still use it for myself and my dogs.
Most of the energy “gadgets” we ordered were from Canada because in 2002 they could not be purchased here. They were all based on the medical application of energy, the real life proven “theories” of Royal Rife, the Benedictine Monks and Hulda Clark, M.D. whose book is titled The Cure For All Cancers. Re-read that. No other book or protocol that we found dared to make that claim. I know you are thinking about self-hypnosis or the fact that people can be “cured” by false beliefs. I’m aware of that and of the phenomenon of religious healing. Is that a form of applied energy? I don’t know but the application of positive energy as in veterinarian Brian McLaren’s torch works.
There is so much we don’t know, knowledge that has been passed down from generation to generation but rarely in print. Since biblical times, man has had the power to heal mind, body and spirit through the use of energy. Even herbal medicine employs a form of transferred energy—from plant to patient. “Ancient Chinese Medicine” was around long before prescription drugs and it still works. How else did those monks live over 100 years? Life spans of several hundred years are recorded in the Bible. What happened? Today we are lucky to make seven decades.
By now you are thinking about other forms of energy that science has yet to explain. Like how does your dog read your mind!? How does he know when you leave the office and start home? How does he know you’re thinking about a drive that includes him, even before you get up from your chair?
Sit quietly for a moment. Practice the art of meditation which many experts say is the process of replacing positive ions with negative ions. I won’t argue that, I’m just a dog-loving cynologist, not a scientist. One thing I do know is that there is a healing “energy” in most dogs and that we are subconsciously drawn to it. We seek it, we are comforted by it and for many such as our wounded warriors, we are healed by that energy.
Take a deep breath. Look over at your dog laying there asleep. Be silent. Concentrate on the dog. Think about feeding him, or the two of you going for a walk in the woods or a ride in the car and him hanging his head out the window and you not scolding him or rolling the window up. Okay, I got it. You can’t read and do all that at the same time. Forget this. We’re done. But explore the energy, the “connection” that I hope causes your dog to wake up and make eye contact with you. Concentrate. Let me know what happens and we’ll do a follow-up.