New technologies and discoveries are diligently bringing more advanced solutions to the world of medicine and human health care. The mechanism used in SensitivE Audit devices allows recognizing diseases at the early stages, even before the first symptoms appear. You can read more about how it works in this article.
SensitivE Audit's concept of operation is based on the methods of frequency-wave imprinting and biomagnetic resonance. The methodologies fall back on the theory of electromagnetic fields in living organisms. Any cell is argued to create an individual electromagnetic field around itself with its specific oscillation frequency. All the foreign processes in the body, allergy pathogens and toxic substances create oscillations with their our spectrum. Under their influence, the harmony of the field of healthy cells is disturbed with a frequency change.
Natalia Bekhtereva was the first to study and describe this system. In her works the abnormal phenomenon is called "Fault detector".
The frequency shift magnitude directly depends on the depth of malignant changes and biosystem imbalance at the time of the study. The imprinting mechanism quickly captures changes and fixes them at the cellular level, despite their being pathologic and even harmful.
A key role in the process is played by special cells in the frontal lobes of the brain.
The use of biomagnetic resonance allows obtaining the frequency spectrum of an organ after sound, light, current and electromagnetic influences. The obtained frequency spectrum of the organ is compared with the standards represented in the software. According to comparison results, the frequency spectrum most similar to that of the organ is determined, and processes are present in the body of the examined object are indicated, particularly malignant conditions, microorganisms, allergens, toxins, etc. When comparing patterns, the NLS-analysis method is used.
History of research
This became a specific direction in quantum medicine and a result of long-lasting research and innovative developments by numerous scientists in different spheres in the mid-20th century. Among them is Harold Burr, a biologist by training and anatomy professor at the Yale University. He managed to record and practically prove the presence of electromagnetic fields emitted by organisms and having an individual set of features. Engineer Georgy Lakhovsky proved able to find confirmation that biological organisms are not only emitters, but also receivers of radio waves. Becoming the next step to develop this sphere was the concept of quantum entropy logic by Theodor van Hoven.
Metaphysical fields affect the physical properties of a cell and can change them, giving new properties, while interrelating with mass and energy. The definitive study was conducted by Royal Rife, an authoritative natural scientist in the field of quantum medicine. He proved able to consistently establish the difference in frequencies of healthy and damaged organs and systems of living organisms.
A technique of resonance effect on bacteria and viruses was developed. After determining the frequency of foreign flora, resonance radiation is directed to the body. Interacting with undesirable vibrations, the electromagnetic field entails a destruction of their sources.
The technique is, among other things, based on research work by Natalia Bekhtereva. She identified and described certain properties of subcortical neurons in the human brain. The peculiarity is that the cells demonstrate a reaction to the semantic content of speech and affect the thinking processes of an individual.
Natalia Bekhtereva is a well-known Soviet and Russian neurophysiologist, professor and doctor of medical sciences, who contributed a lot to human brain research.
She discovered the above mentioned "fault detector" based on the functions of frontal lobe cells, which explains the mechanism of dependence on the accumulation and consolidation of malignant changes in the electromagnetic field of organs and tissues in disease.
N.P. Bekhtereva - neurophysiologist, professor, doctor of medical sciences
Changes and failures in the "detector's" operation can be traced and corrected by means of radiation with a "healthy" oscillation frequency
SensitivE Audit devices include an integrated biofeedback system (or neurofeedback). While studying the body, the device registers signals using electrodes and inductors and determines the extent of exposure as to the selected organs. Further, through the feedback circuit, the object receives signals on the physiological changes in tissues, which allows to adjust the recovery in the best way possible, achieving optimal results. Stimulatory signals are used that are perceived by a person's visual, auditory, tactile systems. This triggers the development of reflexes and further subconscious regulation of physiological processes.
The foundation laid in the theory of conditioned reflexes by most famous physiologists Ivan Sechenov and Ivan Pavlov was adequately developed into the theory of corticovisceral connections by Konstantin Bykov, the theory of functional systems by Pyotr Anokhin and the theory of steady conditions by Natalia Bekhtereva.
The biofeedback method is based on long-term studies of self-regulation systems and deviations in body physiological processes, as well as on a practical study of activating adaptive brain capabilities in a sick and a healthy person.