When was it developed
The first MORA instrument was developed in Germany in 1977 by German physician Dr. Franz Morell and his son-in-law electronics engineer Mr. Erich Rasche from whose names the name MO-RA originated. Since then the instrument has been continuously refined into a comprehensive diagnostic and therapeutic device in line with the very latest technology standards.
What is Mora Therapy
The MORA therapy uses endogenic oscillations that correspond to the current physiological condition. Once this information is electronically processed and fed back, it is possible to change the physical and physiological conditions in the body of a patient and to initiate healing processes specifically.
What the Treatment Involves
In undertaking therapy, the client holds an electrode in each hand and feet are placed on a special plate. (Electrodes are in name only and no electricity passes through them). The client's own frequencies enter and exit the MORA device via the electrodes and cables.
During the first stage of treatment the body is harmonised. In the second stage, localised problem areas are addressed. However, it is possible that the body will have to eliminate harmful toxins freed by the therapy before improvement is felt.
These toxic deposits must be eliminated as quickly as possible and the body may experience a 'healing crisis' during this stage, but symptoms can be minimised by drinking very pure, low-mineral-content water during the treatment regime. Skin brushing can help detoxify via the skin and the bowels should be emptied regularly.
MORA therapy is especially effective in pin-pointing inflammatory areas which may exist in the teeth, gums or inner organs.
In severe cases i.e. acute inflammation, infection or pain, a single therapy session is sufficient to successfully kick-start the self-healing processes. In cases of serious or chronic illness, a number of therapy sessions are usually required.
In principle, all kinds of disease may be successfully treated with MORA therapy provided no irreversible damage of body tissue has occurred. The therapy has had especially good results with allergies, food intolerances, environmental poisonings, functional circulatory diseases of the heart, acute and chronic pain states, inflammations, pre-operative and post-operative care, metabolic and psychosomatic illnesses. MORA therapy is also very effective in the removal of heavy metal deposits associated with dental work.
MORA therapy has no undesirable side effects and is easy to apply and can be used with confidence for the elderly and young children.
From March 2011 due to new legislation, we are not allowed to make claims for treatments that has not been scientifically proven. Most complementary therapies cannot be proven despite having been found to be very effective.