What does it involve?
Ablankpage uses a bioresonance computer programme to identify and clear stress. We run the programme once every day for 45 minutes and in the case of ablankpage it will clear the stress that is most relevant to the collective state of all the participants.
This will appear strange, if not impossible, to those of you unfamiliar with the world of bioresonance. Perhaps the easiest way to understand what is actually happening is to demonstrate how we as human beings are in effect very sophisticated bioresonance machines.
If we take a conversation between two people, as one person speaks they produce a frequency pattern or sound called speech. The other person receives that frequency pattern and translates it into a thought. That thought is then processed and generates an answering thought. This is in turn translated into the frequency pattern of speech, which is received and translated by the other person. We are receivers, transducers and transmitters of frequency. The truth is that all of our senses are simply different frequency receivers. All of our experiences are based on how we receive and translate frequency patterns.
A bioresonance computer is essentially a transmitter and receiver of frequency. The difference is that its dialogue with our body is in a frequency range which is beyond our five senses. The body recognises and resonates with a relevant frequency pattern produce by the computers which in turn amplifies that frequency. That amplification is recognised by the computer and generates a response. This is the process of resonance.
How can this work at a distance?
Think of a mobile phone conversation. Two people on opposite sides of the world can have a conversation using a piece of equipment that just translates the frequency pattern into another frequency pattern that the each phone can recognise. The effect is just the same but with a delay that we hardly notice.
Just as with the mobile phone, neither a physical connection nor proximity are necessary for the bioresonance computer to engage in its dialogue with the body. It doesn't matter where you are or what you are doing if you resonate with the frequency generated by the computer you will enter a dialogue.
How can this work on a group?
To extend the analogy one step further, think about a telephone conference call where a number of people can be involved in the same conversation at the same time. If a number of people are signed up to a programme they can all be party to the dialogue with the bioresonance computer in the same way a number of people can participate in a conference call.