20 December 2017 (online)
Peter Chappell FSHom teamed up four years ago with Leilani van Koten MD to improve and consolidate the application of PC remedies (disease-specific resonances) in the West. They founded Source Medicine for that purpose.
The results with PC Remedies in Africa are outstanding and over hundred thousand people have been treated for a wide range of infectious diseases (HIV, Malaria, TB, etc.) and trauma likewise (rape, war, etc.). (See www.arhf.nl).
In the process of using PC Remedies (or Source Resonances) they have shifted from only oral applications (granules or dilution) to sound healing as well as pills. Sound healing generally means listening to a specific personalised sound for one minute each day.
The healing effects are created by tapping into the vital essence of Being and are designed to re-activate the individual's inbuilt healing capacity.
They are getting anecdotal results from practitioners who use Source Medicine. In particular, they have had encouraging reports about dementia, so they have started a pilot study to learn more about the use of Source Medicine Sound Healing for people with Alzheimer's Disease.
Source medicine is a not-for-profit and it is crowd funding this project.
If you'd like to help with the funding follow this link:
If you're interested in suggesting someone for the study go to this link:
After this study they intend to offer practitioners a protocol on how to work effectively with Alzheimer's.
Source: Peter Chappell, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.sourcemedicine.zone