Resonancy


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Res´o`nan`cy


n.1.Resonance.
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Theories have been derived from Rogers' postulates of energy fields, pattern, openness, pandimensionality, and principles of resonancy, helicy, and integrality for the purpose of guiding research and practice.
Presented positive final results from a Phase 2 trial at the 2007 American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) Annual Meeting indicating that Xcytrin may improve stereotactic radiosurgery by identifying occult lesions not detected by standard magnetic resonancy imaging (MRI) scanning techniques in patients with brain metastases from solid tumors.
In poems such as "Glory," readers can feel immediacy, and a resonancy, in the experience Komunyakaa outlines:
MRI (Magnetic Resonancy Imaging) can accomplish almost as much without X-rays.
PHOTO : Figure 3 - change in resonancy frequency during the cure of polyurethane
Resonancy describes energy patterns from lower to higher frequencies, and is postulated to be associated with a heightened sense of well-being (Gueldner et al.
At the forefront of its research and development, Lasertec is currently advancing the development of its revolutionary Photo Therapic Resonancy System, which has proven 100% effective under in vitro testing in the diagnosis and treatment of specific cancers.
1996), motion of energy fields is characterized by an intense absorption and awareness of self without regard to time or space (pandimensional patterning) and illustrates the principle of resonancy.
At the forefront of its research and development, Lasertec is currently advancing the development of its revolutionary Photo Therapic Resonancy System, which has shown to be highly effective under in vitro testing in the diagnosis and treatment of specific cancers.
Rogers' principles of helicy, resonancy, and integrality became easier to grasp when applied to patient assessment using the picture scale.
During the big bang, changes were accelerating and the patterning of energyspirit was manifesting a resonancy of unborn frequency waves that ultimately gave birth to human beings.