For most of us, our existence in this world is molded by the five senses which are designed to receive and process stimuli originating from the environment we live in.  Our senses enable us to live and thrive in this environment and to create the reality of our experience. Many of us are aware, however, that the physical environment, described by physics with greater precision than by any other science, does not fully represent our perceived reality.  In fact, even physics itself, through its branch known as quantum physics, has indisputably shown that the workings of the universe involve other, mostly imperceptible phenomena that exist in the very subtle energetic realm — in addition to the observed phenomena of the material dimension.

This concept also applies to the human body and to health in general.  While the material dimension of the human body can be described by examining the body’s constituent phys- ical parts and the body’s biochemical processes, its energetic dimension is much more subtle, changeable and almost impossible to assess by standard physical means.  The body’s mental and emotional functional processes lie at the interface between the material dimen- sion and the energetic realm.

The information in the next few paragraphs below is taken from various sources and in- tended to convey the significance and relevance to our daily existence of the subtle, non-material aspect of the universe.

In the book Quantum Enigma by Bruce Rosenblum and Fred Kuttner, physicists at the University of California, Santa Cruz, the authors concisely describe the relationship of classical physics to quantum physics.

“Prequantum physics, ‘classical mechanics’ or ‘classical physics,’ sometimes called ‘Newtonian physics’, is usually an excellent approximation for objects much larger than molecules, and it is typically simpler to use than quantum theory.  But it is only an approximation, and it does not work at all for the atoms that everything is made of.  Nevertheless, classical physics is basic to our conventional wisdom, to our Newtonian worldview.  But it is a worldview we now know is fundamentally flawed.” …..                                                                                                                 

”Quantum theory is stunningly successful.  Not a single one of its predictions has ever been wrong.  Quantum mechanics has revolutionized our world.  One-third of our economy depends on products based on it.  However, this physics can look like mysticism.  Quantum experiments display an enigma that challenges our everyday worldview.”

The author Shakti Gawain, in her book Creative Visualization, offers the following view of our universe.

“The scientific world is beginning to discover what metaphysical and spiritual teachers have known for centuries.  Our physical universe is not really composed of any ‘matter’ at all; its basic component is a kind of force or essence that we call energy.                                                                                                                                                                                           

Things appear to be solid and separate from one another on the level at which our physical senses normally perceive them.  On finer levels, however, atomic and subatomic levels, seemingly solid matter is seen as smaller and smaller particles within particles, which eventually turn out to be just pure energy.  Physically, we are all energy, and everything within and around us is made up of energy. We are all part of one great energy field.  Things that we perceive to be solid and separate are in reality just various forms of our essential energy which is common to all. We are all one, even in a literal, physical sense.”

From the ancient spiritual text, the Tao Te Ching, verse 73, comes this quote on the universe:

The net of Heaven spans the universe                                                                                                       yet not the slightest thing ever slips by

The 2013 Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded to two theoretical physicists who, as the October 8, 2013, issue of The New York Times reported, had “suggested that an invisible ocean of energy suffusing space is responsible for the mass and diversity of the particles in the universe ..…”  In the theory they elaborated, the physicists postulated the existence of a key subatomic particle, the Higgs boson, which confers mass on other particles and is, as reported in the July 4, 2012 issue of The New York Times, “… a key to understanding why there is diversity and life in the universe.”  TheHiggs boson was discovered in the summer of 2012.  It was the last missing ingredient in the most important model of particle physics of the last fifty years, “… explaining everything from the smell of a rose to the ping when your computer boots up.  According to this model, the universe brims with energy that acts like a cosmic molasses, imbuing the particles that move through it with mass ..…” (The New York Times, October 8, 2013)

In the healthcare arena there are a variety of energy-based treatment approaches in wide use today, with acupuncture and homeopathy being perhaps the two best-known modalities.  For a number of years, Dr. König has used modalities of various types, both in the assessment and the treatment of his patients, which relate to the non-material aspects of the human body.  He incorporated one of the more recent and most powerful and intriguing of them into his practice in 2010 — ZYTO biocommunication technology.


ZYTO Biocommunication Technology

ZYTO biocommunication technology is a novel, computer-based technology.  It allows the human body to be evaluated, through the use of an interface called the hand cradle, by exposing it to digital signals representing the informational equivalent of various stress-generating agents (or stressors) and documenting and evaluating the body’s subtle response to these stimuli, known as virtual-stimulus items (or VSIs).  This technology assesses non-material (subtle energetic) aspects of the function of the human body and does therefore not provide medical diagnostic information.  However, its value in guiding healthcare practi- tioners in their clinical decision-making process has been proven in thousands of clinics around the world.

Click this link to learn more about ZYTO BIOCOMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY.

Dr. König uses two applications of this technology in his practice; the ELITE biosurveys and the EVOX application.  The ELITE biosurveys represent a comprehensive, sophisticated, and in-depth probing.  They allow for the evaluation of the body’s response to hundreds of virtual stressors of various types.  The EVOX application is designed to empower a patient to deal with challenging life issues more easily and constructively.  It is based on an interactive evaluation of a patient’s voice energy as the individual speaks about a topic representing a challenging issue in her/his life.