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R62
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Any new insights, experiences from folks with biotensors from Germany as compared to the 70$ one? Thank you! Robin
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yes, i would like to know too.

i got the one from germany and thanks to steelbone's help, recently started to use it!

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quote:
Originally posted by maureen2174:
yes, i would like to know too.

i got the one from germany and thanks to steelbone's help, recently started to use it!

How's it working for you, Maureen? Robin
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My Biotensor is in the mail. I didn't order the book though and now realize I need to do that as well.

The $70 tensor worked okay for me. But Bob and GiGi have had such great success with the real Biotensor that I decided to order it.

Can't wait til it gets here.

Sandy

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GiGi
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The Biotensor is a very exact and sensitive tool. Even the energy of my thoughts is immediately registering. You really have to learn to control the energy of our thoughts if you want to be able to use it effectively. You will need to learn to stay completely neutral when tensoring and let the "chips fall where they may" - no mind influence.

It also lets me test any physical output, i.e. find heavy metals in urin after treatment, which one, etc., because it comes with a cord that makes this easier. I can find neurotoxins if they are discharged.

I want to thank Oxygenbabe for posting about the inexpensive tensor a fellow made for her. I got that one too - and it works very nicely. I put that one in my purse when going shopping. And my husband is learning to check his own supplements.

It is also quite easy to learn whether you actually have an allergic reaction to a substance (auto immune dysfunction). How to find it and how to correct it is a bit more involved and I don't want to get into the details here.

I would recommend - Learn to tensor - it's worth a million! I don't know how I made it all these years without it. Read about it in whatever literature you can find.

Take care.

P.S. Sandy, you won't be sorry that you are purchasing it!

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When you check supplements do you hold the bottle or the actual supplement?

Thank you,
Feelfit

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I hold the bottle...

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karatelady
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I hold the bottle and it will give me a yes. Then I will take out what I know is too many (say charcoal for example) and the tensor won't move up and down as much. So both ways seem to work for me.

Gigi, is there only one book I need to order from them on the Biotensor or do they have several?

Sandy

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Sandy, I think they have two books in English. The translation isn't the greatest and the Practice book is very technical and I can't get past the first few pages. I don't know about the other one that has been translated. I have not had time to sit there and study it.

For testing the quantity to take: Hold the container in one hand, and just ask "should I take more than one; more than two, more than three, and somewhere it will go to "no".

I test the time, in seconds, for length of treatment like that, and it works. "treat more than 100 seconds, 200, 210, 220," and at one point, the tensor will swing to "no". At that point play back and forth in the narrow range between the numbers and get the specific answer.

I test all choices I have for therapies like that. Do the Chi machine? Do the Air Energy?
Always refer to the present, not tomorrow, etc.
The tensor responds to the present energy, the now situation.

Hope you get it soon - the mail from Germany takes forever these days. DHL was part of the German mail delivery system and of course they are gone.

Before you tensor, always make sure you check your Regulation, i.e. that your system is not blocked (which it often is when sick - I was blocked for about a year straight when I first got sick). If you don't know how to check for that, look back on some of my older posts on tensoring or let me know. The body cannot reveal the "truth" when the energy flow is blocked.

Take care.

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Gigi, can you post the URL for your regulation/reverse thread here?

I love my biotensor (glad you like it too) as it is so sensitive but I think I'm interfering with it sometimes. I'm not getting as accurate results as with my journal.

Thanks.

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I have both books in English and can't really understand much from either one of them. There is a third book (small booklet) that comes with the biontensor (the German one). This gave me all the information I needed to get started.

The practice book and the thicker paperback were very difficult to get through (for me) and I gave up trying to read them.

I just use it now for everything without having to understand the science behind it.

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Gigi,

Okay, that's good to know ~ the tensor responds to our present energy.

It still amazes me that I will think I need one thing and it will tell me no, and then give me a yes for another supplement I hadn't even thought of.

Also, thanks for explaining how to ask questions. I hadn't thought about asking whether I should do the foot bath or infrared sauna, etc.

The way I've been checking to see if my regulation is open is putting my hand, fingers down, on top of my head. It gives me a strong yes. Then I flip my hand over and it gives me a strong no. Maybe I stay unblocked because I exercise?

When my tensor (referring to the $70 one) does nothing, I check my surrounding area for interference like a radio (or even my glasses, earrings, rings, etc. that I would forget to take off) and that usually fixes the problem.

Nana, hopefully, the small booklet that comes with the Biotensor will be enough to get me started.

I hope the mail isn't too slow. They mailed it out on December 23rd.

Sandy

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Here's a link to a thread where Gigi and others are discussing blocked regulation:

http://flash.lymenet.org/scripts/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=1;t=060055

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Ditto Nano's comment re books from Bioplasma. At this moment, I don't have enough spare time to work my way through the one I have.

Sandy,

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The way I've been checking to see if my regulation is open is putting my hand, fingers down, on top of my head. It gives me a strong yes. Then I flip my hand over and it gives me a strong no. Maybe I stay unblocked because I exercise?

When my tensor (referring to the $70 one) does nothing, I check my surrounding area for interference like a radio (or even my glasses, earrings, rings, etc. that I would forget to take off) and that usually fixes the problem.

Yes, that describes checking for open or blocked regulation well. Anything that distracts attention, such as voices or sounds, needs to be off.

You can check to make sure you are not allergic to what you are testing by using your index finger and putting it on the vagus in the little hollow behind the earlobe; if tensor changes into another direction (somtimes it takes a few seconds), from the positive, that means your body is reacting to it in a negative way.

Be sure you test that! to avoid any further stress the body is already dealing with. It can be a very good substance to which the body reacts in a negative way. This auto-immune thing. But it can be fixed. I won't get into it here, because it takes other steps, or going an alltogether different route to fix it.

Take care.

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Gigi,

When you have time I would love to hear about fixing the auto-immune allergies. I have acquired many food allergies since contracting lyme and would love to be able to have eggs, cheese, almonds etc. again. Pm me if you have time or you probably have my e-mail. Thank you and have a blessed New Year.

Hiker53

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Gigi,

Thanks! I didn't realize that was how you checked to see if you're allergic. I will definitely do that.

Like Hiker, I would love to hear about how to deal with the auto-immune allergies too.

Sandy

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Sandy,

Have you gotten to the point where you've been taking something religiously and it responds with a no! the next no and so on... I've taken many things and now I take very little, pretty much just fish oil. Its curious how consciously we're attached to what we are taking, but physically it is more a burden. Multi-vitamins are an example, sometime they are good for you, sometimes they are a burden.

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Bob,

I did have a bottle of digestive enzymes that the tensor continually said no. I didn't know if it was a bad batch or what but haven't taken them.

It does tell me "no" at times when I'm just sure charcoal is the answer. I don't take that many supplements either. Just fish oils, probiotics, charcoal, and other detoxing agents.

How is the Biotensor compared to your old tensor?

Sandy

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My experience is the 70 dollar one is about 90% as accurate as the German one. In accuracy, the German one would still find lyme when the cheaper one might not. However both seem to always come up with the same result and dosage with supplements. I still use both. I take the cheaper one to places I wouldn't want to take the expensive one. Like the store or in the car. Or at least until my son wants the cheaper one.

I never tested positively for digestive enzymes. If your diet contains a lot of raw fruits and vegetables. I think digestive enzymes are unnecessary.

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