Friday, April 14, 2017

Introducing Different Types of Energy Medicine

Energy medicine devices currently in use that assess and/or treat the body
include the following:

 The AMI (new version is called AMICS), devised by Dr Hiroshi Motoyama
in Japan, measures polarisation values at acupuncture source points on
the fingers and toes to determine meridian balance and, it is claimed,
the health of corresponding internal organs.

 The ASYRA, a device approved by the US Food and Drug Administration
(FDA), was developed by Mark Galloway and uses fewer point readings
than the BEST system, incorporating software that scans a vast range of
remedies, including all the single and nosode homeopathic remedies,
Scheussler tissue salts, Dr Reckweg formulations  flower remedies, and so on.

 The BICOM (BIO-ogical COM-puter) takes electro-magnetic readings from
the body and compares them across 400 preset therapeutic programs.

 The LISTEN system, which developed into the BEST (MSAS, or meridian
stress assessment system) BioMeridian system, also uses devices that
measure electrical changes over acupuncture points and tests for food
intolerances, vitamin and mineral deficiencies, environmental sensitivities,
and so on.

The MERID, a device developed in Holland by Derk Buiskool Leeuwma,
uses pulses of infra-red light, at gradually increasing levels of intensity,
to measure responses at 24 points on the hands and feet and provide
information on the energetic state of meridian channels.
 The MORA, devised by German physician Dr Franz Morrell and electronics
engineer Mr Eric Rasche in the 1970s, was named by combining the
first letters of their names. The various MORA devices now available
measure ‘ultra-fine electro-magnetic oscillations’ by taking electrical
measurements at acupuncture points on the body and also using pre-set
programs to assess toxicity and imbalance.
 The NES (Nutri-Energetic Systems) device, developed by Peter Fraser
and Harry Massey, involves the client placing a hand on an input device,
which then relays information to a computer that analyses disturbances
in the human body field.
 The OBERON is a device developed by a team of Russian scientists that
scans the body with a range of different frequencies of magnetic field
and identifies areas of diseased tissue in the body.
 The QXCI (Quantum Xxroid Consciousness Interface) and SCIO
(Scientific Consciousness Interface Operations System), developed by
American William Nelson, is a computerised biofeedback system that
collects data from measurements via wrist, ankle, and head electrodes
and then assesses them across sophisticated software for a wide range
of remedies and conditions.
 The SCENAR (Self-Controlled Energo Neuro Adaptive Regulation) is a
hand-held biofeedback device with an electrical contact that is passed
over areas of inflammation, injury, or infection on the body to stimulate

 The VEGA electro-dermal screening (EDS) devices measure electrical
changes at an acupuncture point and are used to test for food intolerances,
vitamin and mineral deficiencies, and environmental sensitivities.

 Kirlian photography is a controversial technique used in energy medicine
involving energetic photography. Developed by Russian engineer
Semyon Kirlian and his wife Valentina in 1939, it measures electromagnetic
fields around the hands and body and reproduces these on
photographic paper. Luminous, regular patterns are claimed to be signs
of health, whereas broken outlines are believed to indicate disease.
Kirlian photography produces beautiful images but as a method of diagnosis
it has not yet been proven to be very reliable or accurate.
Other forms of energy medicine include dowsing and radionics, mentioned at
the beginning of this chapter and also the following:

 Magnet Therapy: Magnets are placed directly on the skin or electromagnetic
devices are used to pulse a magnetic field around the affected
body part. Some research suggests that the magnets may stimulate
cellular activity and tissue repair and reduce inflammation.


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