When you think of having a good relationship with another person, “good vibes,” “being on the same wavelength,” and “resonating with someone” are all ways to express this exact feeling. It’s something that we don’t even think about. But what is the actual science of “good vibes”?
Brett Wade, Ph.D. and author of the new book, The Ekahi Method: Master the Waves of Life, might be able to explain. In his groundbreaking Ekahi Method (“ekahi” meaning “one” in Hawaiian) he explains how, much like radio waves, human beings are always on their own frequency. The harmonies between different types of people, things, and environments are what we refer to casually every day as “good vibes.” In this fascinating new book, Dr. Wade teaches you how to find the energies (and people!) to which you are most in tune.
Major insights in the book include:
- The theory behind human wavelengths
- Improving your health and relationships through adjusting your frequency
- How to discover and set your “base frequency”
- How to sense and react to external frequencies
- Ways to tune into your own frequency
Brett Wade, PhD graduated summa cum laude from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (Rutgers) with a doctorate in Health Sciences. His area of research examined health effects related to fluctuations in the earth’s magnetic field. Dr. Wade also has a master’s degree and a bachelor’s degree in physical therapy. Dr. Wade has worked as a physical therapist and successfully operated physical therapy clinics in Kelowna, B.C with two partners. In 2003, he accepted a full time faculty position at a local college where he continues to lecture. During his career as a physical therapist, Dr. Wade became fascinated with the therapeutic effects of pulsed electromagnetic fields in treating disease, which eventually became the impetus for his doctorate. While living in Hawaii, he began to develop the idea, from a health perspective, that the one (Ekahi, in Hawaiian) thing that connects all living and non-living things is invisible waves. He then developed the Frequency Profile, which assigns people into one of five Base Frequencies, and began testing his hypothesis. Dr. Wade is a full-time professor at Okanagan College in Kelowna, B.C. Canada, where he currently resides.
For further information on the book and the author, please visit www.ekahimethod.com.