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ISBN-13: 978-1879181588 ISBN-10: 1879181584 Edition: 3rd

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Product Details

  • Paperback: 608 pages
  • Publisher: Bear & Company; 3rd edition (March 1, 2001)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1879181584
  • ISBN-13: 978-1879181588
  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 6.1 x 1.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (75 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,691 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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"This book is at the cutting edge of the whole health movement." (Publishers Weekly)

"Dr. Richard Gerber has provided a valuable step in thinking about the higher reaches of human beings beyond mechanics to the domain of mind and spirit, and shows how these issues will become crucial factors in the medicine of the future." (Larry Dossey, M.D., author of Healing Words)

"A landmark book, written with profound understanding, but in simple and readable language." (Health World)

"[This book] proves to be a worthy reference work and a help to practitioners and patients alike. For those who wish to take responsibility for their own health, it is a valuable information resource." (Jennifer Hoskens, New Dawn, Nov-Dec 2006)

"For the serious student of whole body healing, this book is an essential purchase. . . . an invaluable resource both for healers and those who need a solid reference book on healing modalities." (Pamela Crossland, TCM Reviews)

" . . . a classic reference book for anyone seeking a comprehensive overview of the field of energy medicine. . . . manages to be quite the page-turner, by virtue of maintaining effervescent enthusiasm for the subject throughout. . . .strikes an easy balance between sharing ancient esoteric spiritual teachings, newer vibrational therapies, and scientific research. . . . Readers who are intrigued and open-minded to studying all these areas will find this book an absolute must-read. . . . I highly recommend VIBRATIONAL MEDICINE to anyone interested in a more complete understanding of the energies related to optimal health." (RealityShifters News, August 2004)

“Dr. Richard Gerber has provided a valuable step in thinking about the higher reaches of human beings beyond mechanics to the domain of mind and spirit, and shows how these issues will become crucial factors in the medicine of the future.” (Larry Dossey, M.D., author of Healing Words)

“. . . a thoughtful, well-written and excellent reference book for anyone working with subtle-energies and healing.” (Alaska Wellness, May 2011)

"A veritable encyclopedia of new and old healing practices in which concepts of energy form the basis for diagnosis and/or treatment. . . . provides enough solid evidence and provocative insights to be of interest to both advocates and skeptics of unconventional medicine." (Utne Reader)

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ALTERNATIVE HEALTH

“Dr. Richard Gerber has provided a valuable step in thinking about the higher reaches of human beings beyond mechanics to the domain of mind and spirit, and shows how these issues will become crucial factors in the medicine of the future.”
--Larry Dossey, M.D., author of Healing Words

“A landmark book, written with profound understanding, but in simple and readable language.”
--Health World

“This book is at the cutting edge of the whole health movement.”
--Publishers Weekly

“A veritable encyclopedia of new and old healing practices in which concepts of energy form the basis for diagnosis and/or treatment . . . provides enough solid evidence and provocative insights to be of interest to both advocates and skeptics of unconventional medicine.”
--Utne Reader

This combination of ancient wisdom and new science is the definitive introduction to health care for modern times. The standard reference book on energetic healing, Vibrational Medicine has gained widespread acceptance by individuals, schools, and health care institutions nationwide as the textbook of choice for the study of alternative medicine. Trained in a variety of alternative therapies as well as conventional Western medicine, Dr. Gerber provides an encyclopedic treatment of energetic healing, covering subtle-energy fields, acupuncture, Bach flower remedies, homeopathy, radionics, crystal healing, electrotherapy, radiology, chakras, meditation, and psychic healing. He explains current theories about how various energy therapies work and offers readers new insights into the physical and spiritual perspectives of health and disease.

DR. RICHARD GERBER (1954-2007) received his medical degree from Wayne State University School of Medicine in Detroit. He was highly respected for his thirty-one years of progressive research into alternative methods of diagnosis and healing.

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Highly recommended for anyone who wants to look deeper.
Gabriella Bertelmann
VIBRATIONAL MEDICINE introduces some key concepts early on that weave their way throughout the rest of the book, such as the principle of resonance.
Cynthia Sue Larson
It's a good read even if you are not quite into such things discussed in this book.
Sam

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

191 of 210 people found the following review helpful By Kenneth J. Dillon on January 25, 2004
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Dr. Gerber comes across as an enthusiastic, articulate, knowledgeable, perceptive, open-minded, and well-intentioned guide to a host of subtle-energy therapies ranging from flower essences to radionics. This reviewer found of special value his discussions of Electroacupuncture According to Voll, experiments with healing hands and magnets, and the neurophysiology of kundalini. His characterization of homeopathy as an energy therapy certainly seems on target. He also sprinkles intriguing insights into the psychology of healing throughout his general exposition of the commonly argued theoretical framework of energy medicine.
So this book offers very readable, rich fare to scientists, medical practitioners, and ordinary people who want to learn about the entire field of energy medicine, including the underlying scientific and psychological theory and the interconnections among the various modalities.
However, four deviations from perfection must be noted. First, this is a monoglot and provincial book. Even though the author refers to healing practices around the world, he exhibits a strong tendency to favor the North American versions. The narrative shortchanges the major contributions of the Russians, although ironically Kirlian is termed a Russian instead of an Armenian.
Second, the science of biophotonics (chemiluminescence) and the well-documented practice of Biophotonic Therapy (Photoluminescence), the treatment of the blood by light, are central to an understanding of energy medicine. Yet the book simply doesn't discuss the findings in the extensive biophotonics and BT literatures.
Third, aside from an inadequate concluding chapter, the book is rather dated.
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58 of 62 people found the following review helpful By Mark Greenia on May 27, 2001
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This book is one of the best I have read in the past several years! Dr. Gerber takes an honest and open look at what is behind the movement towards energetic healing therapies. His research, and coverage of other people's research, helps explain why energy healing works, how our bodies are vibrational energy patterns, and opens the door to understanding this new look at the world of medicine and healing. Dr. Gerber's book helps bridge the gap between the metaphysical world of "Energy Healing" modalities and the western world's scientific view of medicine. This book will convince you that these two worlds need to come together if we are to really address the world's health and healing problems facing us in the 21st century. In nearly 600 pages, this book is not a gloss-over of the subject, but a detailed look at human energy structures and ways of treating physical manifestations of energetic imbalances. Highly recommended reading!- Mark Greenia, Author of "Energy Dynamics: Conscious Human Evolution."
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47 of 50 people found the following review helpful By M Waters on September 4, 2004
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Please do not be put off by "reviews" from people who do not understand homeopathic principles or vibrational medicine. There are now photographs of the molecular structure of water exposed to various stimuli that show that an "etheric" or energetic imprint does NOT require actual plant matter or other substance to be present in order to effect a change (research by Masaru Emoto is currently published in three separate books from Hado Publishing). This supports homeopathic dilution and other vibrational medicine techniques. You may or may not buy into the theories of Atlantis, Lemuria, channeling, etc., but just as we don't thoroughly understand electricity and still find it useful, vibrational medicine does not need to be explainable with our current level of knowledge to be useful. This book is one of many fascinating reads and while much remains to be learned, it should at least be read before being dismissed.
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62 of 68 people found the following review helpful By Dr. French on October 24, 2006
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I cringe when I read, "As a scientist..." or "I have a physics degree, therefore..." as total lead-in balony. The most fundamental problem is that so-called scientists, physicists, and mainstream medical practitioners know absolutely ZERO about what this book introduces and tries to explain. Apparently all these brilliant people are quite satisfied with the fact that the USA ranks near last in every relevant category relating to health amongst First World countries, despite throwing the most money at "health care", having the most modern medical technology, counting the most doctor visits, and being the most medicated people on Earth. Perhaps the Newtonian view should be challenged then, if we can ever cut through all the greed, corruption, and politics involved in "modern" Western Health Care. Vibrational medicine is clearly the answer in one from or another (because it's best for the people, not the doctors and corporations obviously) and the irony is that there is very good "scientific evidence" that many of our truly ancient cultures discovered and perfected it as their primary healing therapies. Homeopathy is probably the best example of a vibrational medicine that is consistently skewered and mocked, but yet continues to out perform allopathic medicine by a wide margin for a fraction of the cost. It's a shame that "medical science" is so bought and paid for, and for such a long time. So I'll let the physics guy scribble equations on a note pad any day; I prefer to uncover, understand, experiment, then practice vibrational medicine (in its various forms) on my very appreciative patient base and then observe the tremendous results. This book is a great starting point on what's out there within the vibrational world.
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