What is the Asyra?
The Asyra is a system designed to gain insight and information about clients health needs beyond that which can be obtained from case history, questioning or observation.
Apply that information directly in support of healing and health creation by way of built-in informational treatments.
Help choose which of the many traditional therapies and medicines will be appropriate to the clients' individual needs at that time
How does it work?
The Asyra software contains digitally-encoded information relating to a wide range of health factors. The signals are output by the Asyra hardware as electromagnetic signals during testing. Using a simple and safe low voltage circuit formed by holding two brass cylinders, the response of the body to those signals is recorded. The response being measured is small changes in the electrical resistance of the skin. This information is relayed back to the software. A report is generated on the computer of the organs that are stressed or weakened.
Is that really possible?
Running an Asyra test is an example of a process that we call bio-energetic testing. Bio-energetic (or just 'energetic') testing is effectively 'asking the body a question' and obtaining the response directly from the body's own physiology.
It is helpful to make some comparisons to other techniques that go part of the way towards this. Many people will be familiar with muscle testing or kinesiology. This is another form of bio-energetic testing applied by health practitioners. In kinesiology the question is often asked verbally or the subject may hold an object or substance that is being tested. The response is measured by changes in the contractile strength of the skeletal muscles, checked manually by the tester.
What exactly is meant by 'energetic' in the context of health testing?
The word 'energetic' does not relate to energy in the strict sense that a physicist would mean it. Instead we are using the term loosely to refer to aspects of human functioning that are not just biomechanical (e.g. joints, muscles and motion) and biochemical (e.g. nutrients, proteins, hormones and oxidation).
When we obtain responses from a bioenergetics testing device, the information is a mixture of commentary on the physical, chemical, emotional and mental state of the individual. Indeed, part of the skill of the practitioner of bioenergetic testing is to consider the information that comes from the system and decide how to recommend a programme of treatment.
Is that the same as 'bioresonance' ?
Yes. Bioresonance systems are operating along the same principle, although many of them are much more limited in their application compared to Asyra. Resonance and 'frequency' are often used interchangeably. We prefer the term 'informational signatures' as in truth, similar to a lie detector, the recorded and encoded signal may interact with the body in a more complex way than a single frequency or simple wave-form.
Is the Asyra a diagnostic device?
The Asyra screening system is NOT a diagnostic device and is not meant to diagnose, treat or cure disease.
So what exactly do the results signify?
The one definite and unchanging aspect of interpreting the test results is as follows: if an item shows up as unbalanced (usually a red or yellow indication against the item in the remedy list. In different words, the body has indicated some kind of reaction to the item being tested.
How do we use this to help get people better?
We can proceed down a number of paths. Firstly, we can follow the recommendation - provide the informational signatures highlighted by the test back to the body. The Asyra provides us two ways of doing this: by creating an imprinted informational remedy (the same concept as a homeopathic remedy), and by passing the information back to the body using a safe low-energy laser
That much is simple, and is often quite clearly effective. However, most practitioners choose to use the Asyra results to inform other types of treatment according to their particular expertise. Most commonly this means nutrition, herbs, homeopathy, acupuncture, osteopathy or emotionally based therapies.
The practitioner working in this way can utilize the very flexible database and reporting system on the Asyra to run the tests required to investigate different parts of the health picture and to inform, support and validate other types of treatment.
The Asyra essentially helps the practitioner to become a more effective health detective, though like with all detective work, some clues are more important than others.
Do test results correlate with symptoms?
The answer to this is 'sometimes yes, sometimes no', and it would be surprising if it was any other way.
It is always re-assuring for practitioners and clients if the test reports seem to confirm things that the client is reporting in the case history, perhaps even more so if it is things they have initially held back from telling the practitioner.
However, this would be wrong. The real value of a bioenergetic testing or bioresonance system is to reveal underlying patterns that are able to help change the dynamics of the condition. These, by definition, are not the symptoms themselves. They may be recognizable as things closely associated with the symptom, or they may not be.
Are test results repeatable?
Rarely if ever will a test repeated two minutes later give the same set of responses as the first time.
This is a critical point. As the system is revealing the body's response to informational signals, and response to information is instantaneous - the response to the same questions will be different if you run the test again.
That's not the same as saying that a physical symptom has gone away - just that the body-mind has taken account of that information and can therefore adapt to it in any way it sees fit. That adaptation may take a while to promote a physical change, and indeed the same information may need to be fed back to the body repeatedly if aspects of the client's environment or habitual behaviour override it. The imprinted remedy helps with this process.
How much does the test cost?
Initial consultation 1 HOUR
Food intolerance test OF OVER 200 FOOD AND BEVERAGES
Recommendations for treatment
Normally £190/current offer £99 valid from 1st June 2015 - 1st September 2015
Valid on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays ONLY 10-4pm
Follow up appointment £65