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Year : 2015  |  Volume : 3  |  Issue : 1  |  Page : 20-21

The matrix concept fundamentals of matrix rhythm therapy

Division of Yoga and Physical Sciences, Swami Vivekananda Yoga Anusandhana Samsthana, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India

Date of Web Publication17-Jul-2015

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Itagi Ravi Kumar
Division of Yoga and Physical Sciences, Swami Vivekananda Yoga Anusandhana Samsthana, Bengaluru, Karnataka
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Kumar IR. The matrix concept fundamentals of matrix rhythm therapy. Int J Yoga - Philosop Psychol Parapsychol 2015;3:20-1

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Kumar IR. The matrix concept fundamentals of matrix rhythm therapy. Int J Yoga - Philosop Psychol Parapsychol [serial online] 2015 [cited 2024 Feb 21];3:20-1. Available from: https://www.ijoyppp.org/text.asp?2015/3/1/20/161031

Editors: G.L. Mehrem, Frankfurt

Publishers: Verlag Systemische Medizin AG

Editions: 2014

Pages: 199

The book contains six chapters and an appendix. Chapter 1 deals with disagreements and inconsistencies in modern medicine. Available average time for a physician for consultation and treatment of each patient is only around 6-12 min and in the first 20 s the doctors already interrupt their patients that lead to the dissatisfaction with conventional medicine and treatment method. By not considering the feelings of patients, medical findings focus on data from measuring instruments and nonfriendly interaction between patients and doctors, resulting in the growing popularity of the alternative approaches. The methods of classical scientific medicine working with and make measurements on isolated and/or dead objects while concept and practice of complementary medicine considers patients as interconnected parts of tissues, organs, whole-body and connected to the environment and with others around.

Chapter 2 explains about the paradigm shift in the natural sciences that is leading to a paradigm shift in the understanding and practice of medicine itself. Healing is not likely to come from outside but comes from the self-organizing and self-regulating processes of the organism itself. Healing is a natural process of the body itself. It is necessary to create the conditions that are essential for a self-healing process to take place.

Chapter 3 describes the present day abstract models for illness and health. A condition of illness is not a stable state having some new quality, but somewhat of a dynamic process which is directed toward either recovering an earlier state of homeostasis that is of dynamic equilibrium or to finding a new one. The diseases of the various organs lose their specific character because changes in the behavior of the cells and their regulations. All along the life of a living organism, information process, form-giving and formation processes, are constantly acting and interacting with one another.

Chapter 4 analyzes the understanding of the cell biological foundation of life on the basis of developments at the basis of natural science. The genetic program in the cell's DNA alone is not sufficient for the control of cell process: It must include control from outside the cell. The influence of environmental factors is presently called epigenetics. Cells depend on a special environment in which they live and to which they have adapted themselves called an extracellular matrix. With environmental influences, the internal mental efforts and acts of will lead to functional changes in organ cells. The Matrix Concept was developed based on modern research in medicine, biology, and physics.

Chapter 5 presents the life processes in organisms. Various rhythm makers, both internal to the body as well as external, direct the processes going on in all the cells of the body. Deviations from the synchronized rhythm constitute a burden to the organism. If this deviation exceeds a certain limit, it could lead to the emergence of symptoms in the body. In the model of Matrix Concept, illnesses are understood as disruption on processes at the cellular level. The result is an approach to therapy which aims at restoring healthy physiological conditions first and foremost by improving the logistics of the living process at the cellular level.

Chapter 6 explains the scientific principles and physiological details about the Matrix Concept and Matrix Rhythm Therapy. The vibrational energy supplied from the outside and tuned to the frequency range of natural cell rhythms, activates and restores the healthy spatial-temporal ordering of the living system via the mechanism of entrainment of oscillations. This constitutes a kind of quality management at the cell-biological level. Matrix Rhythm Therapy, developed by Dr. Ulrich Randoll at the University of Erlangen/Nuremberg, Germany, is a creative and vitally important innovation in the effective treatment and prevention of a wide variety of medical conditions, especially those connected with disturbances in microcirculation, including illnesses of the nervous and musculoskeletal system.

Appendix at the end has reports on experiences of patients and therapists working with this Matrix Concept.

While the name and concepts are seemingly new, the idea of reorganizing the internal environmental factors in cells and organs for therapy is not new. Further, entrainment, vibrational medicine and living matrix discussed at length in several references are indicative of continued advances in this area related to epigenetics and health. [1],[2],[3] It is important to have a viable model and measurements that elucidate mechanisms. With these prerequisites, the model that is well-supported in the clinic and through biochemical and electrophysiological correlates will prevail. It will be interesting to see the role of Matrix Concept as presented in this book in widening the holistic concepts, which are encroaching mainstream medicine.

  References Top

McCraty R, Childre D. Coherence: Bridging personal, social, and global health. Altern Ther Health Med 2010;16:10-24.  Back to cited text no. 1
Gerber R. Vibrational Medicine. Rochester, Vermont, USA: Bear Publications; 2001.  Back to cited text no. 2
Oschman J. Energy Medicine, The Scientific Basis. London: Churchill Livingston; 2006.  Back to cited text no. 3


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