As we’ve shown through decades of research as well as active body-field assessments since 2003, the body has an active and dynamic information system that directs energy and the quality of communication in the body.
Using new technology, we’re able to measure the integrity of that information system and where it needs support.
This not only indicates what functions or systems of the body may also need support, but why they need support. It’s a way of exploring physical and emotional wellness from the perspective of root causes.
In the past, we’ve relied on a scanning device to interact with the human body-field and the information it carries. But as other bioenergetic research has shown, there are various ways to interact with the information of this field, and that includes through the voice.
Bioenergetics and Your Voice
Our co-founder, Peter Fraser, even talked about how the heart uses sound waves to carry and then imprint information into the blood, so we’ve known about sound’s ability to carry body-field information from the beginning.
Even at the macro level, we can tell a lot about someone’s health, energy levels, and emotions just by hearing them speak.
At the quantum level, that same information is available in far greater detail. Every part of the body holographically carries information about the entire body-field.
Several parts of the body are then involved in producing the voice, which is imprinted by all of them. This gives us an even more complete holographic picture of the body-field than any individual part could offer.
When we speak, we are imprinting the world around us with our own information, giving us a glimpse of just how powerful the spoken word really is!
So in short, by capturing a recording of the voice, we have a record of the body-field that we can compare to our map of the body-field with the same matching techniques we use for our “hand scan” assessments.
Please note: we are not attempting to capture the quality or frequencies of the voice itself, but the information that is carried on the sound wave. In this way, we are not relying on the quality of a microphone and are not concerned with variations in the voice, but in the body-field information, which the body emits in several ways, sound waves included.
Each software test item is checked multiple times against the information presented in the audio file, just as we have always checked against the information present in the field from the skin.
A Quick Note About Matching: Peter Fraser carefully analyzed the body's different body-fields and found a way to embed that knowledge into our scanning software. When you're scanned, it compares your body-fields to the known "healthy" body-fields. These quick comparisons reveal what needs to be corrected.
For several years, we’ve been interested to pursue this as a new option for assessments, as computers and smartphones have microphones built in and this could eliminate the cost and delay of shipping and receiving scanners.
With the forced closure of businesses everywhere in 2020, and the increased need for remote scanning, it was the perfect moment to put it to the test.
We tested it for almost a year with a handful of practitioners and we got the feedback we were looking for: while we know we’re assessing the same body-field information, at times the results felt more accurate than ever!