Energy work is based on the scientific principle defined by Albert Einstein as E=mc2. No matter how the equation is manipulated, energy is never lost…it simply changes form…or shifts. This means then that everything that exists is, at its core, energy. Because energy is malleable…able to change form…this means that it’s possible for anything and anyone to change from one form to another.
Energy work applies this principle to the health of the soul/human experience. Energy can be added, subtracted, balanced, or manipulated in order to restore health to a person. This can be done in a variety of ways…either directly on the body or in the energy fields around the body.
Because we are multi-dimensional beings, our energy fields also span many dimensions. Some dimensions support shifts better than others, so energy work seeks to identify the most efficient way of addressing an issue by the dimension that will support the shift best.
Energy work is sometimes called Vibrational Medicine, a term popularized by Richard Gerber, M.D. In his book, titled Vibrational Medicine: The #1 Handbook of Subtle Energy Therapies, he defines this genre of work as a unique approach to health:
Instead of conventional drug and surgical approaches, vibrational medicine attempts to treat people with pure energy…the molecular arrangement of the physical body is actually a complex network of interwoven energy fields. The energetic network, which represents the physical/cellular framework, is organized and nourished by “subtle” energetic systems which coordinate the life-force within the body. There is a hierarchy of subtle energetic systems that coordinate electrophysiologic and hormonal function as well as cellular structure within the physical body. It is primarily from these subtle levels that health and illness originate. (p. 43)