As the main channel of THERA does not generate a therapeutic output signal of its own, it instead uses whatever is placed at its input, either via input applicators placed on the person’s body or the channel 1 input cup which accepts foreign (or external) substances. The energy patterns “collected” from either the person’s energy field or that of a separate substance are then modified within the THERA device based on the settings of the program being used. This then becomes the therapeutic output signal, which is delivered to the person, most typically by the modulation mat.
The following two therapy configurations depends on whether the program calls for the input information to be taken from the person’s energy field or from an “external substance”. Note, only the main channel, channel 1 can work in either of these configurations. All the other therapy modes/ channels (i.e., channel 2 and DMI) only work in the “open-loop” configuration.
The “closed-loop” therapy configuration applies to when the input information is to be taken from the energy field of the person’s body. Thus, when the therapeutic output signal is returned to the same person, the path that the information has taken has completed a loop (hence the term, “closed-loop”).
It is worth noting that out of the hundreds of prestored programs, all of which only relate to the main channel, channel 1, most are meant to be used in this configuration. These types of programs that are therefore sometimes referred to as “body oscillation programs“. Also, the main channel is the only therapy channel of the THERA device that can work this way.
Typically, the most common applicator that is used to take input information from the person’s energy field is the flexible applicator which comes in a variety of sizes and shapes. Its flexibility allows it to match the contours of the body enabling it to stay in contact with the surface of the skin in more places.
The recommended input applicators for each particular program are however shown in that program’s second program informational window (see topic: “Viewing informational screens” as part of the lesson, “Working with individual programs once called up”). Please connect the requested applicator to either of the two channel 1 black color-coded input connections on the side of the device with a black cable and place the applicator on the client’s body as also described in the input applicator window (see lesson: “Unit side connections” as part of the “Physical Device Description” section). Typically, just one applicator is all that is needed, and it is placed on the area of the person’s body which has the imbalance being addressed.
In most cases, the output applicator (as similarly shown and described on the third program informational window) is typically the modulation mat placed along the spine of the person’s back. Please connect the modulation mat to its designated connection socket on the same side panel with its associated green cable. If an additional output applicator is called for (vary rarely), please connect it to one of the two channel 1+ 2 red color-coded output connections on the side of the device with a red cable.
Once the applicators are in place, it is optional to place any storage applicators in the chip/ patch charger or an appropriate storage medium in the channel 1 + 2 output cup (e.g., dropper bottle with oil or water). Additionally, it may be helpful to add an appropriate secretion or excretion from the body in order to “sharpen” the emphasis of the program. Please note however that this step is typically not necessary and may place additional requirements on the therapist as to the handling of such potentially hazardous bio-materials – please contact your local authority having jurisdiction regarding such matters).
The user is now ready to call up an appropriate program or program sequence (if he/she has not already done so), engage channel 2 (if appropriate), and start the program or program sequence. Please see the appropriate lessons in this same course for instructions on how to call up and work with either individual programs or program sequences as well as accessing the channel 2 input cup and substance complexes as appropriate. These instructions include, among other things, how to:
The “open-loop” therapy configuration applies to when the input information is to be taken from (the energy field of) therapist supplied substances versus that of the person’s body. The flow of that the information takes is therefore one way. From the substance in the input cup to the person. It is thus an “open-loop” configuration.
This therapy application configuration applies to both channels 1 and 2 as well as the separate DMI. Again, the therapeutic “information” flows only one way.
For channel 1, it just depending on whether the program calls for using an “external substance” or not. Most often however, it will be the therapist who decides when to use this type of program as it is most typically done to provide a “targeted” inversion therapy for some kind of “stressor” to neutralize its effect on the energy field of the body.
There are actually however two types of external substances that can be used in the main channel input cup – supportive/ beneficial or detrimental/ non-compatible. Types of beneficial substances include naturopathic substances, herbs, vitamins, minerals, flower essences and gemstones to name a few. Types of non-compatible/ detrimental substances include substances such as locally collected pollen and dust, foods which the person is intolerant to, cigarette butts and alcohol. When it comes to the various toxins and pathogens however, these are typically substituted by pre-manufactured energetically imprinted vials which can also include the frequency patterns of various allergens. These typically come together in test kits of such “stressors”, each of which often contain a variety of vials with a single theme. Note, however that there are also kits which contain vials of beneficial/ supportive information which besides being able to be used in the channel 1 input cup, can also be used in the channel 2 input cup.
Channel 1 programs that call for substances to be placed in the channel 1 input cup can mostly be found in the program category of “External substances” as accessed from the “Program search = 3” option of the main menu. In these cases, the input applicator window will state: “No input applicator (input cup: appropriate substance)”.
Alternately, therapist provided beneficial only substances can also be used in the channel 2 input cup as a way to concurrently supplement the therapy being administered by channel 1. To access the channel 2 setup window, please press the yellow “Channel 2 FUNCTION/ START button” just before starting the therapy already called up for channel 1 (please see topic, “The Channel 2 input cup” from the section on “Second channel options…” in this same course).
Like with the “Closed-loop” biofield therapy configuration, the output is typically the modulation mat on the back however there are a few programs such as some of the intolerance programs which call for additional ball applicators to be held in each hand. If this is the case, please use the red cables to attach these additional output applicators to the channel 1+ 2 red color-coded connections on the device’s side connection panel (see lesson, “Unit side connections” as part of the section on “Physical device description…”). The modulation mat is connected to the specific “Mat” connection using the green mat cable.
Once the applicators are in place, it is optional to place any storage applicators in the chip/ patch charger or an appropriate storage medium in the channel 1 + 2 output cup.
For the separate DMI function, as well as, the channel 2 substance complexes feature to be run as a separate, “stand-alone” therapy, all that is needed is to place the modulation mat along the person’s spine on their back.
The user is now ready to call up an appropriate program or program sequence (if he/she has not already done so) and start the program or program sequence. Please see the appropriate sections in this same course for instructions on how to call up and work with either individual programs or program sequences.
Note, most often, the optimal channel 1 programs to use with external substances will be either of the following Program Sequences, each which lasts 25 minutes total. Note, each of these Program Sequences contain three individual prestored programs which for those with the Essential software, will need to be keyed in separately.
If, for example, the specific toxin or sensitivity is not yet known, it is typical to test through numerous possible vials of these from associated test kits of pre-manufactured vials made for this purpose. In this case, one of the following testing programs is used. The setup for the testing is the same as that previously described for therapy.
The most commonly used test programs are shown in bold above. One for each of the relevant three different therapy modes.
Depending on which energetic testing method you use and the way that you work, the brass knob applicator which comes standard with both the Proficient and Premium software versions maybe adequate for testing through the vials of the test kits however, just to let you know, there is a “hands-free” applicator available just for this purpose. It is called the “Test aid for single ampoules”. The “Brass grasping applicator” (along with a stylus handle) is also made for this purpose but its use still requires one of your hands.
Additionally, however, it is possible to use the main channel’s input cup while using/ running a “closed-loop” biofield therapy type program (aka: body oscillation program). The caveat however is that the substances used would, for the most part, be a substance that has been obtained from the client’s person. These “bodily substances” are only meant to “sharpen the focus” or enhance the therapy of the body oscillation program currently being administered. Options for these substances include saliva, nasal secretions, hair, toe or fingernail slivers, skin flakes, ear wax and even belly button lint. Still using such substances may require special bio-hazard materials handling as required by either your local or state authorities having jurisdiction. Again, it is typically not necessary to include such additional materials.