The Role of the Psychological Attitude of the Doctor and the Patient during bioresonance therapy
AUTHORS : Lyakhovich M.Yu.
RELEVANT UNIVERSITIES : Kraskovskaya district hospital, Moscow region, Russia
YEAR : 1996 | Category : Educational
In this article, multiresonance therapy is considered as a method of potentiation and dynamization of both various influences on a person from the external environment and internal induced states of a person, through the implementation of bioresonance therapy (BRT) procedures against the background of certain substances, influences, loads or conditions. As a result, a kind of individual homeopathic remedy is created, which carries information about the state of the organism harmonized by BRT, modulated by vibrations of external or internal influences and conditions at various levels .