Principles of Healing with Magnets
What are Magnets. Magnets in Everday Life. Types of Magnets. Power of the Laws of Attraction and Repulsion. Subtle Vibrational Energy Healing.
What are Magnets?
Any object that exhibits magnetic properties is called a magnet. Every magnet has two points, or poles, where most of its strength is concentrated; these are designated as a north-seeking pole, or north pole, and a south-seeking pole, or south pole, because a suspended magnet tends to orient itself along a north-south line. Since a magnet has two poles, it is sometimes called a magnetic dipole, being analogous to an electric dipole, composed of two opposite charges. The like poles of different magnets repel each other, and the unlike poles attract each other.
One remarkable property of magnets is that whenever a magnet is broken, a north pole will appear at one of the broken faces and a south pole at the other, such that each piece has its own north and south poles. It is impossible to isolate a single magnetic pole, regardless of how many times a magnet is broken or how small the fragments become. (The theoretical question as to the possible existence in any state of a single magnetic pole, called a monopole, is still considered open by physicists; experiments to date have failed to detect one.)
From his study of magnetism, C. A. Coulomb in the 18th cent. found that the magnetic forces between two poles followed an inverse-square law of the same form as that describing the forces between electric charges. The law states that the force of attraction or repulsion between two magnetic poles is directly proportional to the product of the strengths of the poles and inversely proportional to the square of the distance between them.
As with electric charges, the effect of this magnetic force acting at a distance is expressed in terms of a field of force. A magnetic pole sets up a field in the space around it that exerts a force on magnetic materials. The field can be visualized in terms of lines of induction (similar to the lines of force of an electric field). These imaginary lines indicate the direction of the field in a given region. By convention they originate at the north pole of a magnet and form loops that end at the south pole either of the same magnet or of some other nearby magnet (see also flux, magnetic). The lines are spaced so that the number per unit area is proportional to the field strength in a given area. Thus, the lines converge near the poles, where the field is strong, and spread out as their distance from the poles increases.
THE BIOMAGNETIC PAIR
The Biomagnetic Pair is defined as the set of charges that identify a pathology and that are constituted by two charges of opposite polarity. They are formed at the expense of the fundamental alteration of the pH of the organs that support it and are in vibrational and energetic resonance. The NEL defines the bioenergetic limits where all the cellular metabolic processes are carried out under the normal conditions of temperature (between 96.8o and 98.7oF), electromagnetic absorption (in the order of 400 to 700 nm) and pH (in the range of 7 +/- 0.3).
The bioenergetic alteration of the NEL obeys the “Law of All or Nothing”, referring to when a phenomenon takes an organ out of its NEL and it persists regardless of whether the phenomenon which caused it continues to persist or not. It also seems that said energy limit is in the order of 1000 Gauss, since the bioenergetic depolarization, by means of natural magnets, also obeys charges over 1000 Gauss. Because of this, we must consider the normal manifestations of living organisms to be within the NEL, and pathological manifestations to exist outside of it.
Types of Rare Earth Magnets
It is first critical to understand the difference between the male principle of force, ELectricity and the female law of attraction, MAGnetism. Electricity is not created, it is ‘managed’ and ‘transferred’. It can be ‘stepped up’ or ‘stepped down’ but now created.
Magnetism has 3 main principle forces. Diamagnetism, Paramagnetism and Ferromagnetism. It CREATES energy through attraction and repulsion and eternal, omnipresent force in the Aether that Nikola Tesla was said to have tapped into to create free energy by grounding a rod into earth and running a conducting antenna into the sky above. That was over 100 years ago and we still don’t have free energy for all.
1) Ferromagnetism occurs when the magnetic moments in a magnetic material line up spontaneously at a temperature below the so-called Curie temperature, to produce net magnetization. The magnetic moments are aligned at random at temperatures above the Curie point, but become ordered, typically in a vertical or, in special cases, in a spiral (helical) array, below this temperature.
2) Paramagnetism is a weak form of magnetism observed in substances which display a positive response to an applied magnetic field. This response is described by its magnetic susceptibility per unit volume, which is a dimensionless quantity defined by the ratio of the magnetic moment to the magnetic field intensity. Paramagnetism is observed, for example, in atoms and molecules with an odd number of electrons, since here the net magnetic moment cannot be zero.
3) Diamagnetism is associated with materials that have a negative magnetic susceptibility. It occurs in nonmagnetic substances like graphite, copper, silver and gold, and in the superconducting state of certain elemental and compound metals. The negative magnetic susceptibility in these materials is the result of a current induced in the electron orbits of the atoms by the applied magnetic field. The electron current then induces a magnetic moment of opposite sign to that of the applied field. The net result of these interactions is that the material is shielded from penetration by the applied magnetic field.
It is easiest for me to think of Diamagnetism is the repulsion forces when two like polarities (- -, or + +) are facing one another. Paramagnetism are two forces attracting one another north and south. Ferromagnetism is the Aether, the Earth’s toroidal field, the omnipresent energy in Mother Earth and Father Sky.
Jumping Jack Flash, It’s a Gauss 😊
The Gauss of a magnet refers to the magnetic strength properties of a specific magnetic material which is used to compare and rate different magnets. Each magnet made from the same material will have different gauss readings based on size, weight, and shape.
Magnetotherapy refers to the use of unipolar magnetic fields from low-intensity magnets (less than 1000 gauss) used for symptomatic therapeutic purposes
Magnets for use in Biomagnetism with the Beyond Biomag 3D app must have at least 1,000 surface Gauss so that they may provide the proper benefit. Magnets are usually rated in terms of the Core Gauss or the Maximum magnetic force at the dead center of a magnet. This is usually almost 10 times stronger than the surface gauss.
Therefore, a magnet with 1,500 surface gauss will have about 14,000 core Gauss. In order for Biomagnetism to function correctly, magnets of at least 1,000 surface gauss or 11,000 Core gauss or BrMax gauss or N40 or above ratings are desired for optimal use.
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