The human body is a sophisticated, multi-faceted antenna system comprised of a crystalline matrix that is constantly transmitting and receiving (transceiving) all manner of informed energies. The matrix is mainly comprised of two special types of crystals known as piezo and liquid crystals. What they are and how they work will be covered in this series.
Piezo crystals reside all over the body. They are found in the bones, intestines, teeth, and in the collagen arrays of connective tissue such as ligaments, tendons and cartilage. The basic function of a piezo crystal is to convert mechanical energy into electrical energy and vice versa. It’s why weight-bearing exercise is good for you.
Here’s an example, every time you take a step, the bones in your feet and legs are compressed. This activity squishes the crystals in the bones, deforming their shape. When that happens, they discharge an electric current that goes to your brain and tells it to reinforce the bones in that area.
Piezo crystals only emit a tiny current, but it’s very useful. In fact, these crystals are at the heart of what makes an electric guitar work. The pickup, with the shiny six dots under where the hand strokes the string, is full of piezo crystals. When the vibration of the string hits them, they deform and send out an electric current that is amplified many times and comes out as a wall of sound from a guitar amplifier.
This makes you wonder how sound, both inside and outside your body, makes your crystals react. Think about all the extra electric current shooting off inside you when your heart beats or you tone OM. This effect has been studied with great interest since the 1950s as a way to promote rapid bone healing.
The ability of piezo crystals to deform in shape when hit with an electrical charge has benefits for us too. It’s how matter gets moved through your digestive tract. Recall that your intestines are loaded with piezo crystals.
Have you ever had a gut feeling or felt something in your bones? There may actually be something to that feeling that science will eventually be able to detect and measure. These areas are the main components in the physical body’s antenna system. (Read the blog post on this topic.)
In the next segment of this series, we’ll cover how the liquid crystals in your body help you transceive (transmit and receive) informed energies.
For more on this topic, read the full article The Body’s Crystalline Matrix Part 1 and discover what Dr. James L. Oschman said about piezo crystals in his book Energy Medicine – The Scientific Basis. You can also find out which of our other favorite elements in the world contain piezo crystals.
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