Most people can relate to the Pulse technique because of heart functions, but a little lost understanding an advanced technique represented in the GX Biofeedback.
Today, we will compare the Pulse scan with GX TENS scan, and elaborate on the differences between them.
What is Pulse Scan?
The Pulse uses the heart rate to monitor the body’s response to that frequency.
Under ideal conditions, the only variable of change should be the frequency, but this is not the case. Most individual’s heart rate changes with normal body movements. Thus, when you do a pulse scan, you should try to keep your body still so that you can get more accurate results.
Pulse can be used to discover frequencies which can calm the body (healing) and get rid of pathogens (killing). Since the body is the detector as observed by changes in the heart rate, one can use this form of biofeedback to interrogate how the body responds to any frequency. We base our assessment under the model that any frequency that caused the body some form of stress resulted in an increase in heart rate; and its corollary, that any frequency that caused the body to calm, a decrease in heart rate.
What is GX TENS Scan?
The GX provides the current/phase angle method of detecting resonance. This method is not monitoring the body’s response, instead looking for frequency resonance directly from the area subjected to the current.
During a biofeedback scan, GeneratorX records how the electrical signal behaves. A brief change in the electrical pattern shows that a hit was detected.
There are two different ways that GeneratorX measures the change.
1. Current flow. This is like water running in a river. Normally this is constant. But if the level of the water rises, the flow increases. GeneratorX measures this flow rate.
2. Phase angle. If you are walking with your child, normally they are at your side. But if you start walking over rough terrain, the child will fall behind. Phase angle is like the distance between yourself and your child. The terrain is everything between the TENS pads. GeneratorX measures when the terrain is rough or smooth.
Some biofeedback systems can measure one or the other, but not many do both. And none can reach the dizzying speeds of GeneratorX.
What Are the Differences Between Pulse Scan and GX TENS Scan?
Through the above analysis, we can find that the functions of GX and the XM are essentially the same if you run them to generate frequencies which are monitored by using the Pulse biofeedback method.
The major difference between an XM and GX TENS scan preset is the selection of what method to use — BPM/HRV vs. Current/Angle. Of course, one will want to tweak the ranges according to match the method, so this is the second major difference. Otherwise most other variables could be the same.
In terms of the usage, Pulse scan is more suitable for scanning your whole body while GX was recommended for local scan. The time of running GX is faster than Pulse. It takes about 40 minutes to do a Pulse scan and you can’t move in this process. However, it just takes 6 minutes to do a GX TENS scan and you can do something you want.
These two scan methods have their own advantages and limitations, and you can choose it according to your own needs.
For more details, you can check this link: https://www.spooky2.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=12&t=11155
What’s your feeling of doing Pulse Scan or GX scan? Which method do you prefer? Comment below and share your experience.
Most of the content on this blog originated from Jeff Kaczor and Ed Von.
Special thanks to them.