The basic premise behind quantum healing is that where traditional medicine can only go so far, quantum theory explains other correlations, such as the connection between energy and frequency. The belief is that our physical, mental and emotional health is governed by the energies that comprise our energy field, and that these energies can be positively influenced on a quantum level through meditation, mantras, visualisation and consciousness development.
It is thought that a Quantum Therapist can generate a high frequency of life-force energy and then place this field of energy around the area of pain, stress or disease in order to boost your body’s natural ability to heal itself. The therapist is also believed to be able to accelerate this process by utilising the principles of entrainment, which is the phenomenon where two vibrating objects start to vibrate at the same speed.
While the claims made by practitioners of quantum healing appear to be based on scientific research and theory, many members of the mainstream medical community view these techniques as pseudoscience. The main criticism of the method centres on its misinterpretation of quantum theory, namely the fact that macroscopic objects such as human cells can’t exhibit quantum properties.
Despite this, people who have undergone quantum healing sessions report that they feel better after their session and some claim to be cured of diseases such as cancer or chronic conditions such as depression. The placebo effect is well known in medicine and while this can certainly be a powerful tool, it should never replace proper medical treatment and care. what is quantum healing