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BioField Reader Tutorial for Therapists - Room Set up for biofield imaging

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The BioField Reader imaging system (BFR) is used by therapists around the world. BioField Reader allows the practitioner to assess an individual's BioField -- where it is balanced and where it is out of balance. This video tutorial guides you through how to prepare your scanning room. It answers many questions which new-users ask and aims to help you start scanning with confidence.

Researchers and therapists have found that when people feel well this will be reflected in a more balanced field which shows lots of green and also the colours of vitality, e.g. yellow and orange. If someone is stressed, or has a lot of tension in their body, then more red 'congested' light and irregular patterns of light on and around the body are seen.

As people feel better, less red and an increase in green/yellow/orange is often seen. The patterns have been seen to also improve. Changes towards more balanced colours and patterns have been seen by some therapists after therapy, rest and relaxation, switching to a more healthy diet and so on.

Biofield scans show the person having treatment just how they are improving. Biofield Imaging provides visual reinforcement that positive changes are happening.

Biofield scans help validate therapy as the resulting scans provide 'objective' information that changes are happening which both client, therapist and others can see.

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BioField Reader Tutorial for Therapists - Room Set up for biofield imaging

  1. 1. www.biofieldimaging.com Email: enquiries@resolutions.org.uk BioField Reader (BFR) Imaging System On-line Tutorials Biofield Scanning for Therapists 1. Environment © 2014 Resolutions All Rights Reserved
  2. 2. Jane Solomon Biofield Reader Trainer Welcome! Biofield Scanning for Therapists How to set-up your room for scanning BioField Reader On-line Tutorial: Therapy Scans 1. Environment www.biofieldimaging.com Email: enquiries@resolutions.org.uk© 2014 Resolutions All Rights Reserved
  3. 3. 2 – 2.5 metres Platform/mat 30 cm from wall Camera Tripod Fluorescent tube on T Bar Light stand Room set up - light on T-bar BioField Reader On-line Tutorial: Therapy Scans 1. Environment www.biofieldimaging.com Email: enquiries@resolutions.org.uk© 2014 Resolutions All Rights Reserved
  4. 4. Assess areas of balance/imbalance in the biofield Taken ‘before’, ‘during’, ‘after’ therapy Help monitor changes in biofield during therapy Act as visual reinforcement to the client Validate therapy Before energy healing During energy healing BioField Reader On-line Tutorial: Therapy Scans 1. Environment Why Take Biofield Scans? www.biofieldimaging.com Email: enquiries@resolutions.org.uk© 2014 Resolutions All Rights Reserved
  5. 5. Download by clicking on the image on our Homepage www.biofieldimaging.com Lots of useful information in the User Manual BioField Reader On-line Tutorial: Therapy Scans 1. Environment www.biofieldimaging.com Email: enquiries@resolutions.org.uk© 2014 Resolutions All Rights Reserved
  6. 6. Where do I set-up for scans? Scanning Area Therapy room or a room in your house Warm - so that the subject is comfortable Black-out blind or heavy curtain at window Plain background wall or screen, avoid electric sockets Wooden platform/cork mat - for subject to stand on Furniture - keep to minimum and keep in same place Electrical Equipment - turn off, keep to minimum and keep in same place Also need: - these are looked at in other On-line Tutorials Lighting Camera – webcam/camcorder and /or still camera with flash Computer and BioField Reader program, Printer BioField Reader On-line Tutorial: Therapy Scans 1. Environment www.biofieldimaging.com Email: enquiries@resolutions.org.uk© 2014 Resolutions All Rights Reserved
  7. 7. Read the section in the User Manual on ‘Biofield Scans’ Some people record: Temperature – thermometer Light – light meter Time of scan Plain light wall Black-out blind Internal lighting No electric sockets Camera on tripod No furniture close to subject Scan in progress BioField Reader On-line Tutorial: Therapy Scans 1. Environment www.biofieldimaging.com Email: enquiries@resolutions.org.uk© 2014 Resolutions All Rights Reserved
  8. 8. Do I always need to prepare for a scan? BioField Reader On-line Tutorial: Therapy Scans 1. Environment www.biofieldimaging.com Email: enquiries@resolutions.org.uk© 2014 Resolutions All Rights Reserved
  9. 9. Do I always need to prepare for a scan? Yes Making comparisons ‘Before’ and ‘After’ Therapy Series of scans to chart progress or change Why? Preparation gives you: Confidence Good quality scans More reliable results BioField Reader On-line Tutorial: Therapy Scans 1. Environment www.biofieldimaging.com Email: enquiries@resolutions.org.uk© 2014 Resolutions All Rights Reserved
  10. 10. Standardise your environment Do the best you can Keep everything the same for all scans Don’t Panic BioField Reader On-line Tutorial: Therapy Scans 1. Environment www.biofieldimaging.com Email: enquiries@resolutions.org.uk© 2014 Resolutions All Rights Reserved
  11. 11. Background A light-coloured, non-reflective, plain, background allows the subject's BioField to be clearly defined for analysis. Background A portable screen Background A plain, matt wall See section in the User Manual on ‘Biofield Scans’ BioField Reader On-line Tutorial: Therapy Scans 1. Environment www.biofieldimaging.com Email: enquiries@resolutions.org.uk© 2014 Resolutions All Rights Reserved
  12. 12. Plain background allows field to be clearly seen BioField Reader On-line Tutorial: Therapy Scans 1. Environment www.biofieldimaging.com Email: enquiries@resolutions.org.uk© 2014 Resolutions All Rights Reserved
  13. 13. Patterned background makes it difficult to differentiate field around person BioField Reader On-line Tutorial: Therapy Scans 1. Environment www.biofieldimaging.com Email: enquiries@resolutions.org.uk© 2014 Resolutions All Rights Reserved
  14. 14. Points to remember Make sure that light is evenly distributed over subject Place lighting in line with camera and subject BioField Reader On-line Tutorial: Therapy Scans 1. Environment www.biofieldimaging.com Email: enquiries@resolutions.org.uk© 2014 Resolutions All Rights Reserved
  15. 15. Not always possible to prepare fully but think of lighting, camera position and the position of the subject Background A portable screen Background A plain, matt wall Exhibitions, spontaneous scans BioField Reader On-line Tutorial: Therapy Scans 1. Environment www.biofieldimaging.com Email: enquiries@resolutions.org.uk© 2014 Resolutions All Rights Reserved
  16. 16. 2 – 2.5 metres Use same lighting each time. Place in line with subject and near to ceiling. Mark on floor where tripod stands – use tape or marker pen. Or measure from walls. Platform/mat Camera Fluorescent tube on T Bar Light stand Measure height of camera If you can, place subject in middle walls so that light bounces off them equally. Mark position of platform/mat on floor or wall, or measure. Room set up - light on T-bar BioField Reader On-line Tutorial: Therapy Scans 1. Environment www.biofieldimaging.com Email: enquiries@resolutions.org.uk© 2014 Resolutions All Rights Reserved
  17. 17. I hope you have found this tutorial useful There are more Tutorials on taking Therapy Scans 1. Environment 2. Lighting 3. Cameras 4. Scanning the subject www.biofieldimaging.com www.biofieldimaging.blogspot.co.uk www.youtube.com/user/ResolutionsResearch https://www.facebook.com/BioFieldReader BioField Reader On-line Tutorial: Therapy Scans 1. Environment www.biofieldimaging.com Email: enquiries@resolutions.org.uk© 2014 Resolutions All Rights Reserved

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