About: Testing Session Design

What happens in a testing session?

A testing session is a private consultation with a private practitioner. All results are anonymous (see our disclaimer).

But it is not dissimilar from muscle testing, or, as we say in our disclaimer, an intuitive reading. This is not a biomedical laboratory. There is no lab processes to measure, for instance, if an infection like Lyme is present.

We instead are exposing your bioenergetic field to the frequency of items like Lyme and seeing how they respond.

Of course, if you were suffering with depression all day, and I showed you a picture of someone who is extremely happy, what response would we get to it? If you were struggling dealing with mercury, and we exposed you to the frequency of mercury such that your field thought it was being poisoned, what would its response be?

The frequency of a cancer might create no response for you. But it is very likely that if you had that cancer, your body really not like that frequency. It might think its own cancer was getting worse.

We look for explosive variable responses. With an allergenic food, we do not know if you are having a medically valid food allergy (you can work with a doctor to run your ownlabs on this). We simply want to see which foods cause a negative or positive response. And, we want to know where that negative or positive response was, and, where applicable, we want to see what offsets that negative response.

The ability to do this really depends on the mindset of practitioners. We use an analog (non-computerized) testing process, and therefore have some of the same barriers that clinical muscle testing does.

Variable responses can be a thing–five pracittioners might find five results. We offset this by maintaining a neutral posturing in our testing. For example, product biases often come into play. Why would a practitioner want to sell a product they do not profit from? They want to sell the product that benefits both the practitioner and the patient. Unfortunately, this can create a strong bias in our testing. Our system forgoes affiliate links and otherwise profiting off of recommendations altogether.

Additionally, practitioners can miss issues simply due to not having studied them. If one has never studied building biology style approaches to environmental design, they will not be able to apply consideration of dirty electricity or magnetic field pollution in their testing. It’s simply not possible–the issue is too complicated for someone who is untrained to be able to apply it. How much more problematic when the issue not included due to lack of education is a parasite, cancer, or internal stressor?

This is further amplified by the problem of costs of applied kinesiology vials. One can literally spend hundreds of thousands of dollars on testing materials, and still not have enough. They especially don’t have the emotional and energetic testing slides that we do, where we are able to navigate issues of the unseen practically and readily. There is no difference from a BEMT approach between testing response to a chemical, or testing a parental figure’s lack of love, support, or guidance. Both are stressors that can be relevant to a patient.

Our unique system of producing testing slides allow all practitioners utilizing our system to have free access to all test slides. On the expensive end, it might cost a few hundred dollars to print out everything needed; this allows patients to benefit. Practitioners should have whatever slides are necessary.

In addition, with traditional muscle testing, requiring the patient to be in the office creates variability. Whereas our testing setup operates like a blind and neutral laboratory (meaning place of unbiased research), a one on one testing session allows the practitioner’s responses to the patient’s appearance, explanations, and even temporary mental state to strongly influence testing. I recall testing in person the barrier that even explaining findings presented; whereas I would want to get proceed to test all of the important things that I could, I would find myself having to stop and explain findings to a patient. They might be confused by findings, or might hear one finding and, due to confirmation bias, be extremely glad. This all inhibits neutrality.

How The Testing Session Works

First, vials are placed to collect the frequency of the session. Whatever healing light is induced to be present through the process of testing, we encapsulate this. This can be seen as a homeopathic that includes all of the frequencies of the session.

During our testing session, we start with a violate laser induced method of entanglement with the patient. We want the patient’s field to be present at a distance. Science note: when we expose vials to a patient in the office and at a distance, we can test that the patient, no matter where they are, will experience an immediate change based on what we exposed. We impact you at a distance.

The violet laser induces connection with different aspects of the patients biofield. This is modulated for us to test the overall biofield, or specific areas, as would be found in Advanced or Comprehensive Charts.

Then, we have two slide stacks, one on the left and the right. The slide stack on the left is used to introduce potentially problematic slides. We want to see what causes the biggest problem for each area we are testing. Then, when we find problems and note your response to those problems, we use the stack on the right to find a solution that will offset the negative response you have to a problematic variable.

Glyphosate might create a highly negative response when placed into the testing system. We will then see if items like glycine will improve your body’s ability to respond to the glycine. With infections, an antimicrobial can be used. Depending on patient’s interests, we might utilize homeopathy, herbs, foods, supplements, etc.

As we go through the testing process, we are going back to that purple laser to modulate our testing field so that we are exposing slides to different areas of your biofield. We want to know what are the top issues for different areas. In ten layer testing (found in Advanced Profiles), this builds our enlightenment body slowly and systematically, unlocking the keys to improve development with each aspect of biophoton expression. Testing is very structured and organized, and we utilize this process to ensure our results are reliable and repeatable. Rather than just test that “the liver” has a problem, we want to know everything we can about the context in which an area shows up. A stomach issue on layer one is a huge problem for the overall field of a patient; on layer nine, less so.

We hope this has helped you understand a little bit about what our testing session looks like.