Bach, Biochemic Remedies And Quantum Entanglement
To most conventional medical practitioners, Bach and Biochemic remedies are a bit of a joke – if they do get off their lofty pedestals to even glance their way. Looking at them from a logical, objective point of view – the logical and objective as defined by science as it is known today – one can’t blame this kind of attitude because these remedies defy any kind of explanation that can satisfy within the conventional framework we know.
How did these two streams of alternative or holistic remedies come about? While Dr. William Schuessler inferred that the body was made up of twelve inorganic substances which he called the tissue or cell salts, Dr. Edward Bach identified 38 flowers which he used to cure a variety of illnesses. Biochemic tissue remedies are used to supplement any deficiencies in the body to get it back to an equilibrium at which state the body was healthy and Bach flower remedies are used to infuse the body with the energy needed to bring the emotional and mental states of man into balance so they would be in harmony which results in health.
In both cases, the remedies contain just a miniscule quantity of the original salt or flower essence. So how can one explain their power to heal? A tough job unless one were to look at it from a ‘quantum’ point of view. For a long time now, there have been theories that the Universe is a lot more than what we see. Whether you were to look into the merits of the string theory or the hologram theory, what seems to emerge is the conclusion that the energy in the whole universe is somehow connected. So be it all-the-parts connected or a whole-in-parts, there seem to be connections that are felt and can’t be explained by science as we know it. Unless it is looked at in the light of quantum entanglement.
What is quantum entanglement? It means the connection or the intertwining between two particles and this entanglement makes the distance between the two irrelevant. In this state, the energy or the status of one affects the other. So if minute particles of a tissue salt or a flower essence were to be introduced into a body and mingled with the particles in it, it could change the state of that body. And it could do it as efficiently as though the particles that were entangled were in close physical contact.
So there could be merit in what used to be brushed aside as remedies that were not worth considering, totally outside the purview of serious healing. Maybe what we need more and more is holistic healing rather than a cure for a condition that could just be a manifestation of a deeper, more serious disease. Maybe it’s time to include these streams in the mainstream, to have them work along with conventional healing rather than banish them to the borders of the healing process, so they are seen as either palliatives for very minor diseases or as a last-ditch effort when all hope has been lost.
Quantum entanglement gives the whole microcosm-macrocosm idea a whole new meaning, doesn’t it? Not only could we be reflections or parts of the macrocosm, but what we do in our small corners could have powerful effects on the macrocosm as well. It means if we are connected to the universe, we could spread love and make it a powerful force. We can have peace if we want it. We can have health and happiness if only we reach out. And when all is well, maybe we can hear the universe sing. Isn’t that what the music of the spheres is supposed to be all about?
What lies beyond?
What lies beneath?
Do we know?
Will we ever know?
Do we need to know?
Or do we just need to listen
To the rhythm
And hum along?