Lots of different people are able to receive BIE(Bioenergetic Intolerance Elimination) sessions, but the biofeedback analysis testing requires the ability to use the hands/arms, and the ability to follow instructions. Sometimes, clients aren’t able to participate in this kind of activity due to different conditions (ex: joint/muscular diseases, dementia, etc). This doesn’t mean that they aren’t able to receive BIE sessions, though. There is a really easy way for them to still receive accurate biofeedback analysis testing to identify energetic stressors.
For this week’s “Let’s Talk” segment, we are briefly reviewing surrogate testing.sur·ro·gate
Clients requiring this kind of testing will need to bring a companion with them to their appointment to assist with the process. The companion will act as the client’s arms, and follow the instructions given, so that the testing can be done.
My helpful model for today is Lemon, one of my brother’s cats (she sits still the best).
BIE isn’t only useful for people. Pets can experience the same benefits as people, and the biofeedback analysis testing process is just as accurate as with people.
When I’m using surrogate testing in my office, I usually have two chairs side by side, like this;
The item that is being used in the assessment can either be tucked into the collar (on pets), or rested on a person;
Curious about what to expect at your first appointment? Then this article is for you.
The driving principles behind the biofeedback analysis testing remain unchanged, and it is accurate, immediate, and non-invasive.
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