Complex Resonant Electromagnetic Field

Complex Resonant Electromagnetic Field

The QEnergySpa utilises the principle of resonance. Each ring has a vibrational resonant frequency as well as a electromagnetic resonant frequency. When each ring’s resonant frequency interacts with another ring’s resonant frequency, it combines to form a third signal (frequency) which will then interact with another ring’s resonant frequency producing a fourth signal… and so on… and so on… The end result is a combined, complex global field. When a cell is exposed to the multiple harmonics produced by the QEnergySpa, strengthening occurs when the cell picks up it’s natural frequency.

But what is resonance? Below a explanation followed by a few examples to assist you to better understand this phenomenon.

Understanding Resonance

Resonance occurs when one frequency raises or lowers to the same level as another frequency. When an object is exposed to its natural frequency it will pick up or resonate with that frequency.

The power of the principle of resonance stems from the fact that each frequency is changed by the presence of the other frequency until a form of unification, a flow of energy and information is established that allows for a reciprocal exchange. To understand resonance, we must rethink our notion of people as objects in space and time that are separate, not only from all other objects but also from the planet earth. Everybody has an Electromagnetic Field (EMF) that is also impacted by the EMF field of the earth. We are all literally a bunch of vibrating, resonating molecules. The vibratory rate of your bio-field (the EMF field surrounding your body) will change until resonance is established.

Each molecule resonates in harmony with some molecules but not others, just like a tuning fork. A tuning fork ‘pings’ at a certain resonance and ‘tunes in’ to some objects but not others. If it ‘pings’ as a “Doe”, other items that are “Doe” will vibrate as well. But if those objects are “Ray” or “Me” or any of the others tunes, it will not resonate.

A more familiar example of resonance occurs when the wire antenna on your radio picks up a broadcast many miles away. In this instance, energy with embedded information is transferred from the broadcast station to the short wire on your radio which is actually set in motion by the broadcast. There is no wire that connects your radio antenna to the broadcast station. The radio antenna is designed, by virtue of its length, to resonate with the wave lengths of the radio broadcast, i.e. the antenna actually vibrates in concert with the radiation coming from the broadcast station. Your speakers’ then transform the information carried on the waves and rebroadcast this information into sound.

Because resonance transfers energy as well as information, it can also be used in a destructive fashion. For instance, Caruso the famous opera singer was famous for knocking a glass with his spoon to discover its resonant frequency. Then he would sing that exact note and break the glass. That is, the resulting resonance between his voice and the glass would cause all the molecules of the glass to vibrate so strongly that the glass would break.

Another example of resonance is the difference in taste when wine is drunk from a crystal glass compared to the taste when drunk from a plastic or paper cup. Wine from a good quality crystal glass is noticeably smoother and has a much more satisfying taste.

Try it yourself:

Although it is exactly THE SAME WINE that is used in the crystal glass and the paper cup, the Crystal has a certain resonance which literally makes the wine molecules vibrate at a higher frequency which unlocks the flavour more readily than the plastic or paper cup.

Our final example is the violin. When two violins have been precisely tuned and if the string on one violin is plucked or vibrated, the same string on the other violin will start to vibrate as well.