Has anyone tried a Healy? I'm put off by the MLM and price but it does look interesting.
On another note. I did biofeedback with a functional medicine practitioner in person before covid hit. Then everything went online and I had a biofeedback session via Skype. I thought I was being scammed then. How could biofeedback work through a laptop screen? I didn't have any electrodes, not even wearing headphones. I stopped seeing her after that session. I thought it was well dodgy. Now, looking at the Healy resonance it is claiming to send frequencies to someone from miles away like the biofeedback session I had. I don't know, I just feel like it's another way to part sick and desperate vulnerable people from their money. What do you think?
Bio feedback seems to work long distance. Frequencies can be sent over the computer. When I call someone on the phone anywhere in the world, I always get the person who's number I called. A lot of hocus pocus, I know, but I have seen it work with the quantum biofeedback machine.
AS I bought, Mishin coils, which is referred in the end of the second video, and test them I can say that is not scam. They had healing properties and as I had also bought and separate generator I could go to different frequencies more than the range 280 khz -310 khz and found that there are healing properties which were more interesting. The Mishin also said that it is better to amplify the signal through small transformers, so that to amplify the electrostatiic field and degrade the magnetic field.
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