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What is vibrational energy therapy?

Asked by zookeeny (880points) February 4th, 2010

I was advised to look up vibrational energy therapies which I have done. I have a vauge grasp of what it is but would appriciate a more simplistic explanation from people with personal experience or understanding of them. What is it/ are they? How do they work? In terms of trauma how do they assist the client to ‘unblock’ and in what form does this unblocking take? How is it released?

Any personal experiences of how it worked for you would be appriciated as it is always good to understand things from the inside out because outside in doesnt always make sense!

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tb1570's avatar

I really have no idea, but the first thing I thought of was the Jack Rabbit vibrator I bought for my girlfriend for Valentine’s Day!

zookeeny's avatar

Ummmm well thats nice but thats not quite what Im talking about but I hope your girlfriend ummmm enjoys her present!

stranger_in_a_strange_land's avatar

The vibration of a .45 bullet entering my brain is the only therapy I can contemplate now.

HGl3ee's avatar

I don’t want to sound like a “Fluther Mum” but lets maybe try to stay on topic a little ;)

To answer your question @zookeeny I have not tried Vibrational Therapy, but you have perked my interest in it. My suggestion would be to make an appointment with someone who practices this type of therapy, schedule a sort of “Informative Appointment”, they will be the best at explaining exactly what it does and how it does what it does :P I hope you find what you are looking for!

dpworkin's avatar

“Garbage” was right on topic. These “New Age” “Therapies” can do little good and much harm. Unfortunately there are credulous people who will always believe in, and follow them until the next scam comes along.

HGl3ee's avatar

@dpworkin : I agree it was on topic, and a very strong opinion ^.^

Dr_Lawrence's avatar

@dpworkin You have the right approach to all unvalidated pseudotherapies.

zookeeny's avatar

I think I would rather find out about it fully first before I discount it. As for being ‘new’ age I think part of the point of them is that that are based on ancient well practiced eastern traditions. If I need to believe it for it to work then Im happy to go along with the possibility. I would rather try everything to improove my experience of life then restrict the potentual for feeling better. A medical doctor told me once that medications are a high (cant remember exact number but it was close to 50% something to look up on a rainy day) belief that it will work…... same thing just without the chemicals. Some people swear by a god….. yet he is not scientifically possible to capture. Religion brings a huge sense of wellness to people all over the world. Why not believe or hope that there may be something eles to believe in that might help us be well and feel well.

dpworkin's avatar

As long as you understand that you are trying to purposely implement the placebo effect, why not? It will certainly work.

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