A signal that is static—i.e. that oscillates so quickly, it appears not to oscillate—is dead to us. It is information that can no longer be read.
For example, estrogen. I’m 50 and my estrogen is high. Women need estrogen to drop in order to menstruate. I need my estrogen to go down—but in order for it to be able to go down, first it has to go up—and there’s no more room. In other words, I need it to go up, so that it can go down, so that it can go up again. Movement is energy. Movement, we can read.
If I don’t register my estrogen going up, I don’t know it needs to come down. When my estrogen becomes inert, its functionality is lost.
It’s the same thing with my neurotransmitters and my minerals. We want our iron, zinc, copper, etc. to be able to pulse. When they are able to pulse—when they are active, rather than inert—they are able to function in myriad sanative ways. See “Copper That Cancer”: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26313539.
According to this model, we are light—information—that is being made manifest. It suggests that our illnesses are like waves upon the ocean. To cure them, we don’t slap at the waves; we fix the underlying signal. The central premise here is that illness arises from distortion in the relative speeds of light and time, and the brain’s perception of scale.