Fibonacci Homeopathic Medicine

The Wellness Center for Research & Education, Inc. ©Theresa Dale, PhD, CCN, NP May 13, 2010

Dr. Dales’ Fibonacci Sequence Homeopathic Formulas!

Dr. Theresa Dale has pioneered and announces the first homeopathic formulas, according to the Fibonacci Numerical Sequence.

Dr. Dale feels that Homeopathy has just taken a giant evolutionary leap forward thanks to the research of Joe Rozencwaig. Dr. Dale furthered this research through additional testing. Basically, her NeuroPhysical Testing revealed that Homeopathy made according to the Fibonacci sequence is a more effective therapy. Dr. Dale’s first remedies in the Fibonacci sequence are now available.

Reading “The Potency” Dr. Dale realized that Dr. Rozencwaig, NMD is absolutely correct in applying the Fibonacci sequence to his custom single potency treatment. Dr. Dale states; “Mr. Rozencwaig is a classical homeopath with excellent knowledge and amazing intuitive skills.” “After reading his book I became aware that the F Series of medicine is the most advanced form of treatment to-date. I then started testing F potencies and conducting extensive research on Fibonacci in nature and applying this to homeopathy.” Dr. Dale became aware of Fibonacci in Germany as she used sacred geometry and other nature-based healing modalities, including music therapy, for 30 years as part of her training in bio-photons and bio-resonance therapy.

All of the research was conducted with Mr. Rozencwaig’s patients and, of course, himself and the results of all were very promising indeed. “I found it interesting that Mr. Rozencwaig did all of the research the traditional homeopathic way; without hands-on testing such as Vega, EAV, EDS, NeuroPhysical Reprogramming or Clinical Kinesiology with patients.” Alternative testing is necessary in perfecting formulas and efficacy.

Dr. Dale tested this new homeopathic sequence on herself. “Once I discovered that this new method of preparation absolutely works, I continued testing to determine if the F potencies would work in combination with other Fibonacci prepared remedies. I discovered that it works the same way as traditionally prepared combination formulas only the formulas would be more powerful and effective and would not need to be repeated as often.”

Combination formulas work in a simple yet profound way; the body selects the potency and remedy it needs according to the similar frequency of disease in the body and does not utilize the rest. You see our body’s innate cellular intelligence selects the right remedy based on the fact that “like cures like”. One similar frequency is attracted to another similar frequency.

“During my training in Germany I learned magnetic field therapy using ultra-fine frequencies. These frequencies are delivered to the body via medical equipment that is safe and approved by the Germany government. The equipment generates thousands of frequencies in a wave swing called a “super setting” allowing all the frequencies produced by the device to be introduced to the body in one treatment via electrodes or inductors. This “super setting” was the most effective treatment as the body selected the most similar frequencies and did not use the rest. Therefore, due to my years of training and experience with various types of similar equipment and treating with homeopathy in both a classical and complex methods, I can absolutely assure you that the body will only pick out and use the similar frequencies needed from my new Fibonacci sequence formulas.”

“My testing continued under a microscope of right action to determine if combination Fibonacci sequence formulas are for the global good of humanity to deliver a more profound healing. Of course, the answer was positive otherwise I would not have formulated F series remedies. I look forward to learning your success with these formulas and be absolutely open to your comments.”

One of the most interesting benefits of treating with Dr. Dale’s Fibonacci series homeopathic medicine is that the full spectrum of the selected formula/remedy is allowed an opportunity to act just at the right time, at the right place and towards a total action of cure. The other benefit is they deliver a broad-spectrum approach to healing and contain drainage.

A little history about Homeopathy

In 1796, a German doctor, Samuel Hahnemann, discovered a different approach to cure the sick, which he called homeopathy (from the Greek words meaning ‘similar suffering’). Like Hippocrates two thousand years earlier, he realized there were two ways of treating ill health: the way of opposites, most commonly used by conventional medicine and the way of similars.

Hahnemann discovered that diluting and succussing (shaking) remedies, called potentisation, not only produced fewer side effects but also produced better results. Homeopathic remedies are drawn from the natural world and prescribed on the principle of treating “like with like” or the way of similars.

Who is Fibonacci?

In 1202 the Italian mathematician Leonardo of Pisa, aka Fibonacci, wrote Liber Abaci, a book having three claims to fame in financial circles. Firstly it was one of the first books to introduce the Arabic numbering system to the West. Secondly it laid out the foundations of modern bookkeeping. Thirdly it presented the number pattern known as the Fibonacci sequence, although this had been known long before by Indian mathematicians. Only the latter has little significance in the development of science and business but, naturally, it’s the one that’s received the most attention.

The Fibonacci sequence (0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144 . . .) occurs throughout the worlds of nature, art, music, and mathematics! Each term in the series is produced by adding together the two previous terms, so that 1 + 1=2, 1 + 2=3, 2 + 3=5, and so on

Much more information is in Dr. Joe Rozencwaig’s book “The Potency” now available atwww.minimumpricedbooks.com. Here is a taste of this informative book from quotes from his article in 2009.

Fibonacci In Nature

The Fibonacci numbers are nature’s numbering system. They appear everywhere in Nature, from the leaf arrangement in plants, to the pattern of the florets of a flower, the bracts of a pinecone, or the scales of a pineapple. The Fibonacci numbers are therefore applicable to the growth of every living thing, including a single cell, a grain of wheat, a hive of bees, and even all of mankind.

Phyllotaxis is the study of the ordered position of leaves on a stem. The leaves on this plant are staggered in a spiral pattern to permit optimum exposure to sunlight. If we apply the Golden Ratio to a circle we can see how it is that this plant exhibits Fibonacci qualities. So, the arrangement of leaves on a stem, optimumizes exposure to sunlight, equates to the way our body absorbs frequencies, homeopathy, and also sunlight. When we use magnetic field therapy or homeopathy for example, great success happens when you give space to the treatments. This space allows integration of the healing frequencies.Plants do not know about this sequence – they just grow in the most efficient ways. Many plants show the Fibonacci numbers in the arrangement of the leaves around the stem. Some pine cones and fir cones also show the numbers, as do daisies and sunflowers. Sunflowers can contain the number 89, or even 144. Many other plants, such as succulents, also show the numbers. Some coniferous trees show these numbers in the bumps on their trunks. And palm trees show the numbers in the rings on their trunks.

Why do these arrangements occur? In case of leaf arrangement, or phyllotaxis, some of the cases may be related to maximizing the space for each leaf, or the average amount of light falling on each one. Even a tiny advantage would come to dominate, over many generations. In the case of close-packed leaves in cabbages and succulents the correct arrangement may be crucial for availability of space.

In the seeming randomness of the natural world, we can find many instances of mathematical order involving the Fibonacci numbers themselves and the closely related “Golden” elements.

Fibonacci in Living Form

As a piece of pure mathematics the sequence is unremarkable until you start digging around in the real world and find it appears regularly in nature. It can be found in many forms – in the arrangements of leaves around a stem, in the structure of sunflowers and pine cones and the shape of snail shells. The appearance of the golden ratio in nature has led many people to suspect that it embodies some kind of mystical significance. These people are idiots, of course, but idiocy has never been a bar to success in this world.

The true explanation for the presence of the Fibonacci sequence in nature was provided by D’Arcy Thompson back at the beginning of the twentieth century. In an age where evolution was accepted but the genetic code underlying it was not widely known Thompson was not alone in trying to find alternative explanations for natural selection. In the unique and beautifully writtenOn Growth and Form he showed how many of nature’s creatures were adaptations of simple geometry rather than difficult evolutionary changes.

Essentially, Thompson argued that there were a few geometric forms suitable to life on Earth and by changing the morphology of these you could explain the majority of physical animal shapes. As an example, he showed how changing a few physical parameters could generate the whole range of different crab shapes found in nature. On a similar note, he showed how the golden ratio is the best physical adaptation to the shape of snail shells.

The existence of Fibonacci sequences and the golden ratio in nature is therefore not the result of some divinely inspired meddling but the process of natural selection figuring out the best forms for survival. It so happens that Fibonacci numbers offer the most optimal form of growth or packing for certain creatures and that natural selection has, though its normal process of trial and error, figured this out. It’s not that the golden ratio is “out” there, it’s simply that nature finds an efficient way of managing its resources to best effect.

In Music

Mozart is considered one of the greatest composers known to the music world. He wrote some of the most beautiful piano concertos, within these pieces of music are where some say Mozart implemented the Fibonacci sequence. In the margins of the score for different music, Mozart jotted down mathematical equations. Although these equations may have been about odds of winning a local lottery, a love of math was still displayed.

The piano sonatas written by Mozart are divided into two distinct sections. The first section is the development and representation of the theme; the second section is a visitation of the theme in different variations. Since the first section is shorter than the first, the two sections can be seen as being developed by the golden section. For example, let’s take a look Sonata No. 1 in C Major. There are 100 measures in the first movement. The first section, with the theme, has 32 measures, and the last section, with theme variations, has 68 measures. This is a perfect division, using natural numbers, with the golden section. This format can also be seen in the second movement, respectively. Although there is no physical evidence that Mozart used the Fibonacci sequence in his music, it is still very easy to see the use of perfect divisions.

The Fibonacci sequence can also display the preference of the human ear to music. The following is some Fibonacci music. It consists of the first eight Fibonacci numbers. For each new number that is performed, the note length is decreased rotationally by 1/2 or 1/3. After four steps of the sequence are completed the tune starts over at the root, one octave up, while the other one continues, so there is an overlapping effect.

The basic structures of certain instruments display the use of Fibonacci numbers and the Golden section. The most widely used instrument in music, the piano, displays the use of Fibonacci numbers. For instance, there are 13 notes that separate each octave of 8 notes in a scale. The foundation of a scale is based around the 3rd and the 5th tones. Both pitches are whole tones, which are 2 steps from the 1st note of the scale, also called the root.

The keys of a piano also portray the Fibonacci numbers. Within the scale consisting of 13 keys, 8 of them are white, 5 are black, which are split into groups of 3 and 2. Look familiar? Well, it should, it’s Fibonacci!

Not only the piano, but also the violin is constructed through the use of the golden section. Check out the link for the information:

In Mathematics

The Fibonacci sequence is that that which starts with 0 and 1 and proceeds by adding the previous two numbers in the sequence to create the next one. So you get: 0.1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144, 233, 377, etc, etc. Divide any Fibonacci number by the one below it and, as you get higher up the sequence, you get closer and closer approximations to the so-called golden ratio of 1:1.618.

By definition, the first two Fibonacci numbers are 0 and 1, and each remaining number is the sum of the previous two. Some sources omit the initial 0, instead beginning the sequence with two 1s.

In mathematical terms, the sequence Fn of Fibonacci numbers is defined by the recurrence relation F_n = F_{n-1} + F_{n-2},\!\, with seed values F_0 = 0 \quad\text{and}\quad F_1 = 1.

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