Bioenergetics is based on the idea of a life energy that stands behind conventional physical mechanics. It has its equivalent in quantum physics, which in contrast to traditional physics, also includes other processes. The knowledge of this life energy has been present in many cultures for thousands of years: the Indians call it "Prana," the Japanese use the term "Reiki," and the Chinese described it as "Qi."
Today we can define this life energy or energy field that surrounds all living things under scientific auspices. In the 1970s, German biophysicist Fritz-Albert Popp discovered biophoton radiation that is capable of transporting information. It can convey information at the speed of light to any place in the body and can activate or inhibit biochemical processes, and form or dissolve structures.
Bioenergetic treatment methods include:
- Bach flower therapy
- bioresonance therapy
- blood therapy
- healing hypnosis
- spiritual healing
Understandably, bioenergetics as method is controversial and still meets with rejection despite its enormous success. It does not fit into our modern, consumer world view. In contrast to conventional medicine, in bioenergetics nothing is fought or suppressed; rather it is regulated and brought back into balance.
Those who heal have knowledge, and so we should accept that even today there are phenomena that we do not understand despite all of our technical knowledge, but which exist and work. Bioenergetics is not radiation or electrotherapy and, above all, it is not an obscure treatment method in which one must have faith for it to work. Rather it is based on scientific findings in biophysics. Its principle of action can be explained by scientifically verifiable physical phenomena, even if those phenomena have not yet been proven. The only results that should count are healing or symptom relief, and bioenergetics makes a valuable contribution to both.