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Bioresonance Conquers Chemical Cravings

When a patient comes to us for treatment, they usually have at least a basic knowledge and awareness of hypnosis but virtually none of them have ever heard of bioresonance. In some ways this is surprising, as bioresonance has been utilized throughout Europe for over 25 years and is a popular and accepted treatment for allergies and addiction in the United Kingdom with 80% or better efficacy after just an hour-long session.

Although bioresonance technology is slowly gaining a foothold in the United States, it is still very difficult to find qualified and experienced practitioners. Colorado residents are fortunate to be near one of the two metropolitan centers at the forefront of bioresonance research and treatment in the U.S. ( Denver and New York City). David Lee's lifelong interest in the mind-body connection and extensive teaching experience in meditative arts make him uniquely qualified to provide quality bioresonance training to Colorado smokers.

How does Bioresonance Work?

In terms of physics, bioresonance employs phase cancellation of the complex waveforms associated with an addictive or allergy-causing substance. In simpler terms, according to the Unified Theory of physics, all matter may be looked at as both particles and waves. Up until the twentieth century, matter was largely thought of only in physical terms. However, thanks to the work of Albert Einstein, Louis-Victor DeBroglie, and Erwin Schrodinger, a new theory of particle-wave duality began to illuminate the human perception of the world around us. Not only do atoms and molecules exist and function as physical entities, they simultaneously function as waveforms and thus may be treated as either particle or wave. If there existed a certain chemical or group of chemicals which could physically counteract the effects of the nicotine and other addictive chemicals in cigarettes, they would be considered to be the chemical “antidote” for smokers. Unfortunately, constructing molecules which perfectly cancel-out the physical chemistry of other molecules isn’t attainable in spite of recent technological advances and attempts generally yield pharmacological products with lots of undesirable side effects.

However, now there is hope for those who suffer allergies and addictions, as it is now possible to produce a waveform which cancels out another in a manner similar to the technology you may have seen in “noise canceling” headphones. Basically, a bioresonance machine begins by analyzing the frequency and complex waveform found in a sample of your problem substance and then generates the exact opposite or “out of phase” signal and feeds it back to your body. This mirror image of the addictive substance essentially negates the effects of the nicotine, easing your physical cravings and minimizing the discomfort of chemical withdrawal.

When bioresonance is combined with hypnotherapy to treat the psychological habit of smoking, we have found the success rate to rise to 95% after the first visit and up to 97% if a second visit is required. To learn more about other facets of the Easy Stop system to help you quit smoking, click one of the following links or simply call David at 303-777-4009.

"It's amazing. I know I was a smoker, but now I can't even remember actually ever smoking. It's just gone! And my daughter said I would be the last person who could ever quit."
--Martha, Lakewood

"I was a smoker for 51 years. I thought it was going to be very difficult to stop, but much to my surprise it has been quite easy. I have had NO DESIRE OR CRAVING. I feel so much better now that I can breathe more easily."
--Lillian, Aurora