BioEnergetics (BIE) is a natural, noninvasive method that helps a person’s body to recognize the “culprit” stressors that are causing their health disorder. The patented unit directs energy to specific points on the body, introducing the electromagnetic signature of the stressors (culprits), enabling the body to recognize the stressors, deal with them accordingly, and relieve itself from any associated symptoms – without the use of needles or drugs.
Bioenergetic pathways, known as meridians, allow energetic signals to flow continuously through and around the body. It is through these bioenergetic meridians that the brain and nervous system receive information about the state and functioning of the body as a whole. Modern electro magnetic imaging technology has confirmed the presence of these pathways. When blockages occur within these pathways, the body is unable to recognize stressors. This results in homeostatic imbalance. When the body begins to balance itself, minor symptoms like the odd headache, sore throat, sinus congestion, tired or lethargic feeling, aches and pains or possibly even nausea are all usually signs of the body cleansing. This is known as the “healing process “. A healing process can start the day after the session up to 3 weeks in some cases, and may last from 1 to 28 days. In fact, clients may appear to be felling sick. This is common. The body is merely re-experiencing the same symptoms, temporarily, as it now returns on the uphill road, throwing off and eliminating toxic wastes.
How long will it take my body to normalize to stressors?
It usually requires only 1 to 4 sessions for the body to normalize (achieve homeostasis) to a stressor after a BIE session. In most cases, homeostasis can be achieved after the first visit. However, depending on the stress level of the client, amount of bodily toxins and the strength of the person’s immune system or excess exposure to electromagnetic fields, the others may require a few visits for the body to normalize to those stressors. Once homeostasis is achieved, there is usually no need for subsequent or yearly visits for the same stressors.
1. Your Level of Stress
Psychological – depression, boredom, anxiety, financial worries, marital problems, moving to new address, loss of employment, death of a loved one, weight gain, discord in families
Physical – injury, accidents, surgery, illness, strenuous exercise, dehydration, working/living near high voltage power lines or electronic equipment, allergies, weight gain.
2. The Strength of Your Immune System
You may have acquired a considerable level of toxins as a result of poor eating habits such as: coffee, tea, alcohol, sodas, sweets, excessive processed food consumption, smoking, prescription drugs, chlorinated drinking water, the level of yeast (candida albicans) and air pollution. These toxins force your immune system to work harder to detoxify your body. In doing so, the immune system will be less effective in maintaining homeostasis.
3. Your Body’s Enzyme Levels
Our diet consists of carbohydrates, fats and proteins. Your pancreas produces enzymes called amylase, lipase and protease that aid in the digestive process of these foods. As we age, our pancreas may not produce enough of these enzymes required for adequate digestion and will require the immune system to compensate by lending their enzymes for the digestive process. It’s also important to eat plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables that contain a natural plant enzyme (cellulase) for proper digestion of plant fibre known as cellulose.
4. Your level of Hydration
Dehydration can be detrimental to your health for many reasons. In order for your body to normalize to stressors after a BIE session, proper hydration is essential. Studies suggest 8 – 8 oz. glasses of good quality water should be consumed daily.