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The SCIO (Scientific Consciousness Interface Operations System) is a universal electrophysiological biofeedback system that is registered with the FDA. The software program coordinates a complex electro-modal, biofeedback program in order to gather bioenergetic information from a person’s unconscious.
I have been using SCIO technology in my clinic for over 20 years. I was first trained by Dr. Bill Nelson, its founder. Initially I used it on myself as well as family members and friends. It helped me overcome chronic fatigue. When I began using it on patients, the results were amazing. One of my first patients complained of kidney pain from a benign tumor. Having tried many modalities, he was unable to get relief. When I hooked him up to the SCIO, what presented was “benign kidney tumor.” One hour after treating him, he stood up and announced that his pain was gone. He was so impressed he invested in the technology.
The other remarkable feature of the SCIO is that it works in subspace (or at a distance). I have balanced people in many countries with the SCIO with reports of more energy, better focus, and amelioration of countless symptoms. When people ask, “How can that be?” I respond, “How does prayer work?” Intention travels to its target. Quantum Physics is a term that is becoming more and more popular by authors such as Bruce Lipton, American Biologist (The Biology of Belief).
When it comes to healing/intention, the mind is a powerful tool. Most people have heard of Reiki, Mari-El, Omega Healing. I have studied and used them all, but nothing compares to SCIO and its ability to uncover what’s really going on in the unconscious mind. Its detective abilities are remarkable.
I have been in the holistic health field for over 40 years and have studied dozens of modalities, earned a doctorate in clinical hypnotherapy and a masters in five element acupuncture. I know the limitations of other modalities. In a nutshell, when I need therapy for myself, I chose SCIO and in minutes I feel more like myself. When my husband is feeling out of sorts, he asks, “Can you SCIO me?” Within minutes he perks up.
Unlike acupuncture, SCIO is not covered by insurance.