Are there any limits in using healing frequencies? Leave a comment

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There are several different aspects. I’ll touch on a couple:

I think it will depend on the situation. Healing frequencies are normally about entrainment. This is applying a frequency to return the bodily system to better synchronization. Much like tuning the engine of a car.

If you are very sick then it is best to run long-term frequencies which return synchronization to your body. Consider the helmet that Novacure have developed for recurrent GBM sufferers. The frequencies applied to stop the serious disease from multiplying. However, it would better to use a machine to return to good health.

Another point is that many of the so-called healing sets contain frequencies that are not necessarily healing. For example, 727.5 Hz is in some healing sets but it is also used for killing programs such as Staph.

Some healing sets such as “Songs of the Spine”, “Kundalini” and “Schumann Resonator” fall into the category of immune-supporting/boosting/self-healing and are beneficial to run longer term. This is best done using Spooky Remote.

The way frequencies are applied should also be considered. Sitting in front of a plasma tube may have side-effects, as may running remote programs for too long. Depending on the situation, a little each day consistently may work a lot better than a longer exposure occasionally. Healing sets can take 3 months or more before any benefit is seen. Just as dietary supplements take time.

In the case of plasma and healing, my thought is that you should be limiting any specific frequency to at most 1hr day, (or few days week), and this should be built up over time. Healing frequencies include Lymph drainage, Kidney normalizes etc.

You should also look as frequencies as only part of the solution. Probiotics, supplements, filtered water, green juices, sleep, and meditation should also be used in your healing protocol.

Since this is realm of experimentation you should go with how you feel and listen to your body. It is easy to do too much. For example, if I run Spooky Remote on myself for two weeks I find that it does start to irritate me, giving headiness and tightness around the temple and other symptoms.

Other people experience nausea. As I said in another post I don’t consider this as herxing, or being particularly beneficial. I think it is just a sign you need to stop or change what you are running.

Authored by: Jason Elliott


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