Asyra testing is sometimes used with clients by request.
Asyra screening is a totally non-invasive way to get information from the body about any areas of imbalance. Readings are taken by holding two brass handmasses, and tiny changes in the electrical resistance of your skin are monitored as different signals are output from the system.
If you are familair with Kinesiology (muscle testing), Asyra works in a similar way, but it is computerised, and much faster. The system effectively asks thousands of “questions” of the body very quickly, and allows the practitioner to build up a picture of your body’s responses to a wide variety of items, which give important clues to the healing process.
How does it work?
The Asyra software contains digitally-encoded information relating to a wide range of mental, physiological and emotional 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.
What sort of information is obtained?
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, without engaging the conscious and language centres of the mind.
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 really distinguishes the Asyra from manual methods and from many of the other devices on the market is the skill and experience that has been brought to bear over 30 years in collecting and refining the digital encoding methods and in improving the technology for recording responses. The latest Asyra Pro system is able to run a very large number of tests in a few minutes and thereby build a broad picture of energetic functioning and responses in the client’s body.
Do the 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, 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 system. These, by definition, are not the symptoms themselves. They may be recognisable as things closely associated with a symptom, or they may not be.
A client’s state of health can be considered like a complex 3-dimensional form about which we can only ever see a 2-dimensional snapshot. When we combine multiple snapshots from different angles, we get a better impression of the overall shape.
When we want to help a client undo patterns that have been ingrained into the body over years or decades, the process can be seen as stripping away ‘layers’. Bioenergetic testing using the Asyra, especially using the Comprehensive Analysis at the heart of the system, reveals the body’s first priorities for healing, and those may or may not correlate with the main symptom that the client is presenting. As we peel away more layers, different causative aspects of the health problems reveal themselves for healing.