How does Radionic Analysis work?

Radionic analysis is produced on the basis of a patient specimen. The patient’s hair or blood is the most suitable for this purpose.

This specimen is placed in the radionic instrument. The therapist then uses a sensor with one hand to move in steps along a list on which the rates for the various organ systems are set out. With the other hand, he performs gentle, circular movements over the stick pad. If the therapist with the sensor arrives at a range in which the patient has a loading (e.g. respiratory tract), he obtains a stick effect on the stick pad.

In our example, the therapist would then set the rate for the respiratory tract on the instrument and test the over-function/under-functions (OF/UF) of the patient’s respiratory tract. Initially, the stick pad is used to test whether there is an over function (OF). If no stick reflex is found with over function, then we turn to under function (UF). Here, we obtain a stick reflex. It is then possible to test on a scale from 0-9 how powerful the under function is by gradually changing the values from 0 to 9 and once again simultaneously rubbing the stick pad. When the stick reflex is received, we stop rotating the scale control and can read off the measured value on the scale.

If a high value has been obtained in testing of over-function and under-function, i.e. a value higher than 7, then the details are tested. In our example with the respiratory tract, this would mean that we would be testing the condition of the right-hand lobe of the lung, the left-hand lobe of the lung, the bronchi etc.

By this means, it is also possible to measure corresponding loadings with fungi, viruses, bacteria, toxins and poisons, etc. In this context, quantitative assessment of loading is always possible to measurement of over-function and under-function.

In place of the stick pad, it is also possible to use the pendulum or the single-hand rod, or other test methods such as kinesiology or RAC etc.