Believe it or not, you can be rid
of allergies and sensitivities
The Natural Elimination of Allergy Treatment (NEAT)
is one of the world's most useful applications of Energy Medicine.
The body has an energy system that affects all of its other systems.
This physical energy can be measured with electronic devices, and it
obeys some of the physical laws of electricity. Many therapies
and procedures work on that energy system.
This protocol uses principles from Acupuncture and
Homeopathy along with computer technology to measure and influence
the human energy system. The Computron computer with its
software, Acupro II™, is an electrodermal screening system which is
considered an "investigational device" by the U.S. Food and Drug
The Acupro II measures conductance of the skin at
acupuncture points. The skin is not punctured, only touched by
a blunt probe. Since we know what specific acupuncture points
can do, their electrical energy can tell us about internal functions
of that energy.
The NEAT protocol retrains the system of sensitivity
that is part of the immune system. We create a "medicine" from
the "problem" energies found. Then we use a clearing procedure
to alert the brain and immune system to these energies while no
actual toxins are present. When this is completed, the
targeted substances should be avoided for 24 hours if possible.
The seven basic sessions will be described later.
Treating sensitivities as well as allergies
A computer can handle electrical energy as a digital
signal which is unique for every substance. Since we have a
way to contain these energies, we can test the responses of the
patient and then create specific "medicines" for that individual
based on those findings.
Energy exists in a field, not just inside a
container. For example, a magnetic field cannot be contained
by most materials. Holding an energy field will interact with
the vital energy in the hand. The brain will "see" or "feel"
materials this way. Our immune systems need for this ability
to be working well, or they would not be able to target foreign
substances from which to protect us.
Allergy is a widely used term, but it is a
precise technical concept. Usually, people describe hay-fever
symptoms as "allergies." A true allergy is a demonstrated
elevation of an antibody level after exposure to an antigen.
Allergies include several specific biochemical reactions that can
cause irritating chemicals to be released, creating a lot of
suffering. An example is histamine, which can affect many
organs and functions of the body. The NEAT system treats
symptoms of allergies, but it is directed at sensitivities. A
sensitivity is an exaggerated body energy response to a specific
Our complex bodies require many semi-permeable
membranes as barriers. These permit the movement of fluids,
gases, electricity, and other forces to support life. A basic
example is digestion. If we enjoy a healthy digestion, food
energies can be smoothly transformed into needed life energies.
Many membranes must work well for this. If
membrane barriers don't work properly, undigested food or invading
organisms can create problems for the immune system and organs of
elimination. For example, damaged sinus membranes permit whole
spores and pollens to enter the bloodstream. A chain of
negative events may result in various diseases if these situations
To reverse sensitivities, a healthy barrier function
must be restored to the membranes of the digestive system, lungs,
urinary tract, or wherever they are compromised. Supportive
organs that must be evaluated include the adrenals, thyroid, kidney,
and others. The NEAT exam and screening tests are used to
assess their functions.
Barrier functions and organ functions must be normalized before
desensitization can occur
The NEAT protocol convinces the brain to stop
overreacting to the sensitive substances. The acupressure
treatment we use in clearing helps to accomplish this.
When the signals testing positive for a sensitivity
have been stored, they are magnetically encoded into a homeopathic
"blank" -- a small vial of inert liquid into which the energies of
the allergens will be imprinted. This works much like a
cassette tape that records the frequencies of the musical notes in a
piece of music.
The clearing procedure involves a brief acupressure
treatment. While holding the imprinted vial of allergen
energies, specific points are stimulated in sequence three times
with a slight impact, such as from a reflex hammer. The
patient then holds the vial of allergic substance energies for 15
minutes, to set the new energy state. Offending allergens are
then avoided for 24 hours, if possible.
Advantages of the NEAT system
It's quick. Working with changes at the
brain level can be complex, but because it controls the immune
system, the change is quick.
It's cheap. Our procedures and number of
visits are reasonable and affordable. Costs vary with the
doctor's time. Conventional allergists have nothing that is
both this effective and affordable.
It doesn't hurt. Our treatments pass the
"fussy kid test" because there are no painful needles or achy
shots. A blunt probe is used to only touch the patient's
There are no major reactions. These are
energy patterns, not actual physical allergens. While some
existing symptoms can be briefly aggravated, the therapy has no
adverse effects we have been able to detect.
Following is a description of the NEAT protocol,
which takes seven visits:
Visit 1. Explanation of the doctor's
credentials and the concepts in this protocol. Review the
investigational nature of the Computron, and obtain an informed
consent. Take the patient and family history. Take
symptoms and complaints. Take vital signs, urinalysis, and
perform a physical exam. Review the list of supplements and
medicines currently being used. Answer questions.
Visit 2. Start an Acupro II file and
measure readings. Begin sensitivity testing. Instruct
the patient to bring in potential allergens from home and work if
these are included on the panels to be evaluated. Describe
schedule of remaining sessions. Perform the clearing procedure
for test positives.
Visit 3. Obtain an update on the patient's
condition since the last visit. Retest the prior list of
positive findings to verify their cleared status. Continue
through panels of possible allergens. Perform clearing on this
Visit 4. Update changes, checking the
substances from Visit 3 to verify that they are cleared. Test
new panels of substances, and perform clearing procedures for all
positive sensitivities. Assign sampling of home and work
exposures for testing.
Visit 5. Repeat as per Visits 3 and 4.
Continue to clear positives determined from the testing procedure.
Visit 6. The "clean-up visit."
Retest all prior categories and add any items from home or work, as
samples or panel energies. Repeat treatment procedure.
Schedule a final evaluation in 3-4 weeks.
Visit 7. Review any changes or aggravations
since the last visit. Discuss the maintenance of barrier
functions and the treatment of any residual symptoms. If
symptoms are adequately controlled, schedule another cleanup visit
in 3-4 months.
Long-term success depends upon the patient's ability
to maintain barrier functions, with healthy lifestyle and natural
Periodic clean-up sessions at 6-month or yearly
intervals can help to maintain these enhancements in the
capabilities of the individual's immune system.
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