What is Magnetic Therapy ?
Magnetic therapy, also called magnetic field therapy and bioenergy therapy, is an alternative therapy that uses magnets of varying sizes and strengths that are placed on the body to relieve pain and treat disease. Thin metal magnets are attached to the body alone or in groups. They can be worn as bracelets or necklaces, attached to adhesive patches to hold in place, placed in bands or belts to be wrapped around the wrist, elbow, knee, ankle, foot, waist, or lower back. Also available are magnetic insoles, blankets, and slumber pads. These magnets may be worn for just a few minutes or for weeks, depending on the condition being treated and the practitioner. Proponents state the magnetic fields produced from the negative pole of the magnet have healing powers. Negative magnetic fields are thought to stimulate metabolism, increase the amount of oxygen available to cells, and create a less acidic environment within the body.
History of Magnetic therapy
Cleopatra was probably the first celebrity to use magnets. It is documented that she slept on a Lodestone to keep her skin youthful. The therapeutic knowledge was passed to the Greeks who have been using magnets for healing since 2500 BC Aristotle and Plato talked of the benefits of Lodestones in their work.Magnets have been used in Chinese medicine from around 2000 BC in-conjunction with reflexology and acupuncture. It is still used today as a first line treatment for many common complaints.
3,500 years after they were first discovered, magnets have gained popularity in Europe and the USA. In the 15th century a Swiss physician Paracelsus recognised the therapeutic powers of magnets. He wrote medical papers on the influence of magnets on the inflammatory processes within the body
Methods of Magnetic Therapy
Static Magnet Therapy
This type of magnet therapy consists of placing permanent magnets on certain parts of the body to relieve pain. Magnetic bracelets are a perfect example of a product designed to maintain the magnets in contact with the body.
The strength of different types of magnets varies and is measured in gauss. Magnets used for this kind of magnet therapy can vary in strength, from 200 to 1,200 gauss.
Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy (PEMF)
Pulse magnetic therapy has been accredited in the U.S., since 1991, by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) “for use within the remedy of palliative post-operative pain and swelling, particularly about the remedy of surface soft tissue.”
Used most often by orthopedists, PEMF sessions require the patient to have electromagnetic pulses directly applied to the injury to reduce pain. Electromagnets generate magnetic fields only when electrical current flows through them and are currently used under the supervision of a doctor or in clinical trials.
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Aura Energy System
The Aura is the energy field which surrounds our body and interacts with forces within our environment. This energy field has several different functions. The aura regulates the amount of energy within our system, it serves as an advanced contact system with other energy fields, it can be used in the diagnosis and treatment of illness, it can be strengthened to provide a means of defense, it can be used to extend your awareness and make you invisible and can even be used in an offensive manner if the need arises. These are but a few functions of the aura. The aura has been visible to those with the “sight” as long as people have possessed this ability. The auras of some people have been visible to those without the “sight”. These cases usually involved people who were filled with energy or very passionate about something. Strong emotion tends to strengthen the aura and can make it visible to the untrained eye, especially when observed against a dark background.
The entire universe is made of energy, and your body is no exception.
Long before modern technology and science, ancient cultures knew that all living things carried a life force with them. They called the centers of energy that move inside of us, the 7 chakras. So what are the seven chakras.Chakra is an old Sanskrit word that literally translates to wheel.
This is because the life force, or prana, that moves inside of you is spinning and rotating. This spinning energy has 7 centers in your body, starting at the base of your spine and moving all the way up to the top of your head.In a healthy, balanced person, the 7 chakras provide exactly the right amount of energy to every part of your body, mind and spirit.
The 7 major Chakras in our Body
- Root chakra (Muladhara)
- Navel chakra (Swadhisthana)
- Solar plexus chakra (Manipura)
- Heart chakra (Anahata)
- Throat chakra (Vishuddha)
- Third eye chakra (Ajna)
- Crown chakra (Sahasrara)
Colours of Chakras
- Red – Muladhara
- Orange –Swadhisthana
- Yellow – Manipura
- Green –Anahata
- Blue – Vishuddha
- Purple – Ajna
- White – Sahasrara
- Meaning of the red chakra color: Red is the color of the root chakra (first chakra); it symbolizes safety, survival, grounding, nourishment from the Earth energy. Note that in chakra healing practices, red may denote inflammation at the physical level.
- Meaning of the orange chakra color: Orange is the color of the sacral chakra (second chakra); it carries meanings associated with emotions, creativity, sexuality, and is associated with water, flow.
- Meaning of the yellow chakra color: is the color of the solar plexus chakra (third chakra); it symbolizes mental activities, intellect, personal power, will.
- Meaning of the green chakra color: Green is the color of the heart chakra (fourth chakra); it is connected with love, relating, integration, compassion.
- Meaning of the blue chakra color: Blue is the color of the throat chakra (fifth chakra); it symbolizes self expression, expression of truth, creative expression, communication, perfect form and patterns.
- Meaning of the purple chakra color (or deep indigo blue): Purple (or deep indigo blue) is the color of the third eye chakra (sixth chakra); it evokes intuition, extrasensory perception, inner wisdom.
- Meaning of the white chakra color (or purple): White is the color of the crown chakra (seventh chakra); it is associated with the universal, connection with spirituality, consciousness.
Energy Whirl in Chakras
We are not just the physical body: bones, organs and tissues. We also have a subtle energy system. We all have life force energy or prana flowing through us. If it was not so we would be dead. This life force energy emanates from the Divine. It ensures physical vitality, and also gives us access to all intuition and Divine guidance.
Chakras are energy centres located deep within the body, along the spinal column. The word ‘chakra’ comes from Sanskrit and means both ‘wheel’ and ‘turning’. It is both a noun and verb.
Chakras look like wheels that are spinning constantly. They are responsible for receiving, processing and circulating life energy through the body. Although there are several chakras within the body, there are seven main ones. Each one is located next to a hormonal gland, starting from base of spine to top of the head. Every chakra spins at a different rate, and its spin-rate determines its colour. The chakras in the lower part spin at a slower rate than the upper ones. The seven main chakras resonate with the seven colours of the spectrum.
Every life issue that we can think about, from money to spirituality, is related to one or the other of these seven chakras. The lower three chakras are related to the issues of the material world, while the upper ones are focused upon spiritual issues.
Spiral Energy System
The body’s energies spin, spiral, curve, twist, crisscross, and weave themselves into patterns of magnificent beauty. The equilibrium of this kaleidoscope of colors and shapes is maintained by an energy system known by different names to energy healers throughout the world. In the East, it has been called the “Tibetan energy ring.” In yoga tradition, it is represented by two curved lines that cross seven times, symbolically encasing the seven chakras. In the West, it is seen in the caduceus, the intertwined serpents also crossing seven times found on the staff that is the symbol of the medical profession. Donna uses the term Celtic weave not only because she has a personal affinity with Celtic healing, but also because the pattern looks to her like the old Celtic drawings of a spiraling, sideways infinity sign, never beginning and never ending and sometimes forming a triple spiral. Like an invisible thread that keeps all the energy systems functioning as a single unit, the Celtic weave networks throughout and around the body in spiraling figure-eight patterns. The double helix of DNA is this pattern in microcosm. The left hemisphere’s control of the right side of the body and the right hemisphere’s control of the left side is this pattern writ large.
Curable System in Live
We have a specalised therapy center for Magnetic Therapy and patients can come directly to our therapyy center located in Address : 58, GST Road, Opp CMC Hospital, Chengalpattu, Tamil Nadu 603001 and they can undertake this treatment under the supervision of the therapy specalist’s
Benifits of Magnetic Therapy
- Stimulating metabolism
- Increasing amount of oxygen available to cells
- Creating a less acidic internal environment
- Speeding the healing of cuts and broken bones
- Healing infections
- Countering the effects of toxins, harmful substances, and addictive drugs