Autism practice session with the PULSAR software

We’re here once again to cover all the details we went over in autism and anxiety. 

In this brand new article, we’re going to get right down to the point and we’ll explain how to actually use a biofeedback device, such as ED.X and NUCLEUS, NUCLEUS, or ED-X, with the help of the PULSAR software, in order to treat symptoms associated with ASD (Autistic Spectrum Disorder). 

What is PULSAR? 

As the name suggests, the PULSAR software (developed for ED-X and NUCLEUS biofeedback devices) works with such a speed that it instantly obtains the necessary information about reactions and delegates the needed information to the biofeedback devices, with an increased accuracy and frequency emission. 

Based on the latest technological advances and applications embedded in PULSAR devices and software, the most subtle quantum frequencies are captured, creating a deeper understanding of unprecedented high-precision details. With PULSAR software on the latest devices, a multidimensional quantum field is created with an increasing pulse and revitalizing the body to vibrate at higher levels for better health and well-being.

Reading the Matrix

As we go into the Matrix of a biofeedback device and go over the details about a client with autism disorder, we’ll look over the Varhope Score Interpretation initially. If we see the volts down, this gives us the indication that the person is tired or hasn’t slept well. The amperage may be lower than the previous time, giving also the indication the serotonin isn’t well, or maybe the digestion. Therefore, we’ll have to investigate this through the Matrix to see what’s going on there. Resistance can be a little bit better but still low – these numbers should be between 80 and 100. Resistance gives the indication of a possibly low immune system. 

The hydration levels have to be checked, to see if they have improved since the last biofeedback session. Oxygenation as well. The phase angle and phase response should usually be better from one session to another. 960 is an ideal measurement, meaning the patient’s organs are working ideally. 

After this, the lower measurements have to be looked at, such as Amperage, Volts, or Resistance. 

Tip: Always take notes as you’re going along, so you know where you’re going. 

Usually, the issues with people who suffer from ASD seem to have a lot of mental clutter, there’s a lot of stress and too many thoughts going on. So we need to look in the Matrix so we know where to focus. In this case, we need to focus particularly on the brain. We need to clear their thoughts and stress. 

Then, we’ll want to load the first few items that we see on the Matrix. Growth hormones should be among them because this gives us an idea that a child with ASD isn’t sleeping enough. This is a hormone released during the night, usually, around 10 pm – 2 am. And if a person is not sleeping, it’s not released so this is an indication that it’s not going into the deep stages of sleep, as it should be. 

Second, coming up is bowel colon, so digestive issues. Immune weakness is another very important part we need to work on when doing therapy for autism disorder.  So you need to look over the first few items usually, to have an idea in the beginning, of what are their first stressors. 

Something else you need to do while looking at the Matrix is going into a sub-filter to see what measurements are over 100 or how many 90’s. 

Blood and insulin are also very important because this gives us an idea that maybe the person is eating too much sugar or they’re not eating every 3 hours, which lowers their blood sugar levels. 

If this turns out to be the case, we need to talk with the parent or guardian and make sure the patient’s dietary plan is a good one or they need to bring improvements. 

The chromosomes are next on the list, we shouldn’t see reds or numbers over 100. As we go further down to diseases, the same principle applies, we don’t want to see anything colored red. 

The items in yellow are issues not so bad but can also be associated with autism. So if we go further down to diseases, and see the immune system low, that means it is not easy for the patient to get over the things we may consider small (like a little bit of diarrhea) and it’s a challenge for them. So we have to take everything we see into consideration, even some minor stomach aches. 

We also need to explore the risk of energy management dysfunction. We really have to look into the energetics, meaning the negative energy around the patient. Remember, as we mentioned before, people can pick up on all energy around them, every feeling and aura. So anything that is negative energy, people with ASD can really feel it. That’s why, through a biofeedback session, we need to help them get that load off their shoulder. When the PULSAR software says Explore risk of negative disfunction, it means that there was a reactivity dysfunction during the testing, that something wasn’t being retrieved correctly or there was resistance from the client, but definitely something is going on and we need to further investigate that. 

Because that’s what biofeedback therapy does, it investigates the electromagnetic waves emitted by the human body. 

So those are the main things we like to look at when working with a biofeedback device and the PULSAR software, and you can load everything into the blue box found in the matrix, so you can look at them through the whole therapy. Usually, in a biofeedback session, we’re working on so many things. On the hormones, on the brain, on all the neurological systems, on so many things that will help the patient sleep better, eat better, and overall feel better. 

In the end, we need to check the Varhope again and we’ll see the numbers have already gone up so that means the ED.X and NUCLEUS, for example, did a very good job. 

For more practice information, feel free to enjoy the webinar here and learn more about this very helpful software and its matrix. And we wish you all very happy and healthy holidays!