PEMF: The Fifth Element of Health by Bryant A. Meyers

“If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.” — Nikola Tesla

This book deals with applying post-Newtonian science to the world of medicine, presented by an author with a foot in both worlds.  It is simple enough for general interest without dumbing it down.  In fact, I’ll say the explanations offered within are very well executed.  There are many takes on this material to be found elsewhere, be it within the realms of quantum physics or the new age community, but the information speaks for itself if you’re willing to move past the idea of a clockwork universe and enter the 21st century.

While most of the ideas within are practical and immediately executable in daily life, the equipment suggested within is probably out of reach of the average person living on a budget.  Based on my own practical experience, the poor man’s equivalent can be found in binaural or isochronic frequency technology.  Experimentation is encouraged, and results may vary, but I think you’ll find at least some improvement in your overall state of mind/body health.  It won’t be nearly as dramatic as a $6000 PEMF mat, but that’s to be expected.

5 stars