Radionic Analyses

Radionic Analysis – The Inheritance Aspect

radionic analysis - epigenetics

Last Friday saw the release of ground breaking epigenetic research in the USA.  This then hit the UK media on the Monday.  Not only does it provide information which is relevant to psychiatric practitioners but it backs up what medical dowsers have been including when completing a  Radionic analysis for decades.

This is the way that I was taught:
Once I had ascertained the condition or location to be treated the next step was to find out the level at which to direct Radionic treatments.  This was followed by finding the Aspect of that Level.

I have not talked about these Aspects before……. apart from during workshops and one-to-one tuition sessions.  They are as follows:

  1. Karmic
  2. Inherited
  3. Emotional
  4. Aquired
  5. Dharmic
  6. Non Personal Interference

This research is linked with the 2nd Aspect.  The Inheritance pattern.
So if a condition or location is indicated for treatment at the 2nd Apsect this means it is an inherited condition or ‘weakness’ of a physiological location (N.B. can also be the general metabolism).

So the research team at New York’s Mount Sinai hospital is demonstrating and providing some verification in humans that what our ancestors experienced and emotionally and mentally attempted to process has an effect upon the DNA picture gallery.   This has frequently been shown using animals.  This is the first research that has been able to use people.

It is very exciting when the way that we work, or the tools that we use, or the concepts that we employ are supported by scientific research.  Dowsing does enable us to pinpoint specific information within such a complex set of overlapping and intertwined negative effects upon the balance and vitality associated with ‘health’.

I was also taught that a pattern in the inheritance pattern can go back up to 6 generations.  It may provide a more accurate meaning to Exodus 34 in the Bible.

“…… visiting the iniquity of the fathers on the children and the children’s children, to the third and the fourth generation.”

And here the definition of iniquity as ‘immoral or grossly unfair behaviour’ should be seen as also that which is also inflicted upon the fathers.
The concept of Karma has long been used to control the masses.  But perhaps I should do another blog post about this 1st Aspect in the future!

Jane Radford
28 August 2015