Reagents in Radionics
A reagent is a substance of some kind or a ‘recording’ of a set of rates that, when added to the well of a radionic instrument, along with the witness of the subject, helps to reduce the condition, which is a negative manifestation, or to increase the intensity of something positive. So, the operator can simply use the reagents to broadcast instead of manually dialing each one.
For example, if you were checking the G.V. Or General Vitality (9-49) of your houseplant and found that it was at an intensity of 600. You could have raised the G.V. of your houseplant, by adding something to the well of your instrument along with the witness of your houseplant (piece of a leaf, photo, etc.) What could you add as a reagent, well, just about anything, but not everything will raise the G.V. Some things will severely lower the plant, which would be detrimental to the plant.
Instruments for Radionics
What is your instrument doing right now? Is it sitting over by the side waiting for the next project? Is it currently working? If it is not working right now, I suggest you are not using it to its full potential. I suggest it could be doing more and improving more lives. But to do that, we will need to step beyond the way we looked at radionics in past years. We will need to step beyond our basic radionic training. To really put our instruments to work, we will need to use some imagination.
In the beginning classes we analyzed and balanced and re-analyzed. At some point we either achieved our intended result or got close enough to it we quit that project and moved to the next one. Many students, took their instruments home, say the time commitment needed for the analysis and set their instruments aside until they had more time. keep reading
Homeopathy and Radionics for Farming and Healing
Farming and healing play a crucial role in the quality of life for humans, plants and animals. Homeopathy and Radionics can be used in the areas of farming and healing to improve results. Learn how you can use homeopathy and radionics for farming and healing to enhancing the overall health and vitality of crops, animals, and the human body.
Every farmer and healer play an important role in the cycle of life. Both homeopathy and radionics can help you in your respective practices, however, these do take years to master. You might have heard the term “homeopathy” before, but you might not be as familiar with the concept of “radionics”. keep reading
Instrument for Radionics – Get The Most From Your InstrumentWhat is your instrument for radionics doing right now? Is it sitting over by the side waiting for the next project? Is it currently working? If it is not working right now, I suggest you are not using it to its full potential. I suggest it could be doing more and improving more lives. But to do that, we will need to step beyond the way we looked at radionics in past years. We will need to step beyond our basic radionic training. To really put our instruments to work, we will need to use some imagination.
Using your Potentiser
The first class many take after the Beginner/Refresher class is the Potentising Class. This is usually Day 3 of our Winter Classic. Ed Kelly describes potentising as simply as anyone I have heard. He teaches it is a way of recording what is in the well and on the dials for future use. Much like an audio or video recording.
I am not going into the mechanical details of how the Potentiser or Replicator function, but I will go into some of the uses that you may not have considered before. keep reading
Analysis Of Radionics
When your analysis is done, it is time to try to figure out what the readings mean. So, let’s start with General Vitality.
General Vitality or GV is the benchmark we use to measure everything else. It is a measurement of the coherence of the system. Higher readings indicate more coherence, lower readings indicate more dissonance.
Suppose one subject is well balanced at 250 and another is well balanced at 650. The client with the 250 compares to the Junior High Orchestra. The 650 compares to the New York Philharmonic. Both can play and you can recognize the music from both, but there are some significant differences. keep reading