More on the adhesion plate of a radionic equipment (2)

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More on the adhesion plate of a radionic equipment (2)

We continue with the clarifications on the use of the adherent plate of a radionic device:

What explanation can we give to the signals that are perceived through touch with the adherent plate? We repeat that it is not about anything magical or esoteric. We are simply perceiving which visual, graphic and numerical representation would be most appropriate for the idea we have in mind and that we have previously expressed through language. Radionic theory (as well as quantum physics theories) conceives that we are in a global matrix where there are infinite possible situations. The operator perceives vibratory coordinates that match the idea expressed on paper or written on a screen (if we use a computer program such as the one delivered with the ARE X3 Pro device).

What do I do if I have wet fingers, especially in summer? Simply dry your fingers on a cloth, until you notice that the surface of your skin is at an intermediate point where the fingers can slide, without being completely dry. In exceptional cases you could use, only slightly, talcum powder. However, this would be a very extreme and rare situation. Generally, it will be sufficient to use a smaller surface of the fingers, such as the tip of the fingers, for example.

What do I do if my fingers are too dry, especially in winter? It’s simple. You just have to put several drops of water on your fingers and rub them on the palm of the other hand, to get a balanced moisture that, as in the previous case, allows an intermediate state in which the fingers slide with some ease. In both cases, with only several attempts, the device operator will perceive very clearly what this intermediate state is in practice. It is recommended to use a larger surface of the fingers, such as the area of ​​the yolk.

Should I eat or drink something special? Many people suffer from chronic dehydration simply because they forget to drink water or do not feel the need. Usually the brain warns the person when they need to drink, but certain individuals get used to being slightly dehydrated on a regular basis. If you notice that your fingers are always dry (or your skin in general), drink more natural water. Other drinks can hydrate, but also be linked to other reactions and alterations, such as coffee. If you are starting to use the adherent plate, drink at least thirty to sixty minutes before measuring with your device. Drinks that are too cold or too hot are not good because they cause the perception to alter until the body integrates the fluid at the proper body temperature. Once you have enough practice, you will verify that every time you can take more precise measurements without having to take into account so many details. In reality, everything we mention in this section is intended for people who start developing this type of sensitivity.

Once again: Using a radionic device such as the ARE X3 Pro is very simple and introduces you to a world of enormous possibilities.

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