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Radionic Assessment - Getting to the CoRe

The HCH Clinic has a non-invasive, safe and highly accurate assessment tool called the CoRe. It involves what is often termed bioresonance or radionics. Essentially, where most conventional medical assessment tools involve physical assessment or biochemical tests, bioresonance measures health and disease at the energetic level, or bio-energy level. This is the level from which disease and imbalances generally originate. While our clinical assessment has proven to be extremely effective, the bioresonance assessment offers us another tool to help detect blockages and disturbances in a person’s energy field and to identify means for removing them that we might otherwise miss. In many cases, treatment is made more effective and is shortened.

All living beings have what is universally recognized as a special energy called a life force, life energy or living power. This is the animating force that makes the difference between a living person and a corpse since, viewed chemically, they are similar (at least within the first few minutes of death). The absence of this animating force and energy is the reason a corpse degrades chemically instead of growing and functioning in an organized manner we call “life.”

The nature of the living power is that it radiates, hence the term “radiant health.” We also can sense when a person is “lively” and projecting their energy field beyond them, or if they are sick and have little energy emanating from them.

Researchers in the first part of the last century, in particular Dr. Abrams of Stanford University, began to experiment with the radial energy given off by living persons. However, the growth of the chemical industry, the dominance of the Pasteurian germ theory (using a chemical to kill a germ), and the “miracle” discovery of antibiotics led this emerging field of medical science of bio-energy to be set aside in favor of the biochemical approach to treatment. The biochemical approach treats the physical level, but we know that disease itself is lodged at the energetic level – though the results of this disease can produce symptoms at the physical level, which are then suppressed with drugs, but the original cause is not touched, e.g., headaches with anti-inflammatories. The inflammation that produces the pain we feel is not the disease (cause), but the result of the disease.

Initially, the measuring of radial energy was done by an operator who was sensitive to this energy and who could then transcribe the different energy patterns or waves into mathematical language – numbers or “rates” that expressed a certain frequency. Today, these rates can be programmed into a computer and the computer can do the job more objectively and without getting tired.

How does the computer do this? Radial energy is effectively energy before matter, and is non-local, that is, as stated in Quantum Physics, existent everywhere at all times – it is beyond the constraints of space and time. Rupert Sheldrake has spoken of “morphogenic fields” that allow our sub-conscious minds to work with and through a kind of “etheric field” to which all other people are connected. We often refer to the knowledge that comes from this connection with the universal field “wisdom,” “common sense,” a “gut feeling,” “intuition,” etc. We use it in our personal lives, but not in our professional lives, and we also tend to mistrust it. However, this universal field contains all knowledge. The computer is able to tap into this field objectively and locate a given individual based on that person’s uniqueness, much as a letter sent to a particular person gets to that person and not someone else, except it uses name, address, birth date and place of birth. Then, if the subconscious of the person is willing, an exchange takes place energetically in terms of frequency language. The computer can be programmed logically and mathematically to pose certain questions and then record the response.

It can ask questions about diet, nutrition, disease, emotions, etc. The questions and responses are only as good as the original program (or mind of the programmer). We have selected a program that can be programmed to fit in with the way we view and assess a patient, and that can also be taught to be more effective over time, and as our knowledge evolves, so will the assessment.

The assessment can be done in person or at a distance. You need to schedule the assessment, but you do not need to be available for it. Once the assessment is completed, it is sent to your practitioner who will do the final analysis and then discuss this with you in a further consultation. Following from this, various regimenal recommendations will be suggested and you will also be sent additional remedies based on the CoRe analysis.

We highly recommend a CoRe assessment at the start of treatment, and then periodically throughout, possibly every three to six months. In difficult cases, or where there seems to be a standstill in progress, the CoRe assessment is also very useful and is highly recommended. Talk with your practitioner if you have any questions about using the CoRe in your case or that of a family member.