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Bio-Energetic Medicine – the theory behind it
Bio-energetic medicine brings together Advanced electronic and computer technology and the ancient wisdom of Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Chinese medicine identified the meridians, i.e. the energetic channels that form electrical pathways throughout the body. Stimulation of points on these channels with needles, heat or pressure forms the basis of many forms of health treatment, ancient and modern. The flow of life energy or ‘Chi’ in these channels relies on them remaining in balance and free of blockages, and our ability to stay healthy and fight off disease in turn depends on this vital flow.
Bio-energetic or Electro-dermal testing devices allow us to assess using galvanic skin response (changes in the electrical resistance of the skin) the state of the acupuncture meridians and therefore of the energetic health of the body. It also allows us, and this is where the real power of the technology lies, to assess how the body will respond to a huge number of different remedies or other substances.
All substances, whether living or non-living, have a characteristic resonant signature. Every specific tissue and organ in the human body has its own individual resonant frequency. By outputting a software-recorded ‘copy’ of these resonances we can predict how the energetic system of the body will respond to them. This scientific application of traditional methods removes the guesswork that is involved in many analyses (conventional and complementary). This is the science of Bio-energetic or Electro-dermal screening.
In a Bio-energetic health screening, the energetic signatures of a large number of substances are individually introduced into the energetic testing circuit and the patient’s response is assessed through skin resistance measurements. Galvanic skin response is a well-established principle that is also used in lie detectors.
To illustrate: when a patient with a normal liver has the frequency of a ‘healthy liver’ put into the testing circuit, there will be resonance. The absence of change in the patient’s skin resistance indicates that the liver is not stressed.
If, on the other hand, a patient with an energetically stressed liver has a ‘healthy liver’ frequency run through the testing circuit, that frequency will not resonate with the person’s electromagnetic field relating to their liver.
The increase in skin resistance in this case tells us that there is an energetic stress in the liver.
By conducting a series of organ and toxin tests, we can construct a picture of the patient’s health status. This enables a practitioner to identify health challenges at their root and devise treatment accordingly, rather than merely treating symptoms of an underlying challenge.