Priority Testing within the Combined Test Technique (CTT)

Priority testing with the 5 Elements method enables the preparation of a therapy plan. The various interactions of the meridian system are recorded and a therapeutic concept is developed from these findings.

Testing is done with therapy type A (Program 192 or 198).

During the testing, it is not the impulse that is tested, but rather the therapeutic response to the impulse, which is indicated by the onset of resonance. You can use the tensor test technique, as well as kinesiology or EAP for testing.

For step 1 of testing (determination of the disturbed element), some patients may experience not only one disturbed element, but two or more. In order to be able to determine which of the elements has a priority for the bioresonance therapy, the procedure is explained here.

Test setup to determine the disturbed element(s)

Tensor test:

  • Input/ input cup: element ampule, put in one after the other or use the grasping applicator connected with a black cable. Test the ampules one after the other.
  • Output: vertical hand plate applicator connected with a red cable or the test aid or modulation mat.
  • BICOM device: start program 192.0.

Test result:

  • Resonance, horizontal tensor movement: patient needs stabilization with the tested element ampule.
  • Dissonance, vertical tensor movement: stabilization with this element is not required.

Kinesiology test:

  • Input: as previously
  • Output: cylindrical hand applicator connected with the red cable in the patient ́s hand or modulation mat.
  • BICOM device: start program 192.0.

Test result:

  • Strong muscle: patient needs stabilization with the tested element ampule.
  • Weak muscle: stabilization with this element is not required.

If several element ampules are found to be positive in the test step, it is necessary to find out which element has therapeutic priority.

This results in the following test setup for the priority test:

Tensor test:

  • Input / input cup: one of the tested element ampules
  • Output: vertical hand plate applicator connected with a red cable or the test aid or modulation mat.
  • BICOM device: start program 192.0.

Connect the tensor to the grasping applicator with a cable. For the next step, the positively determined element ampules should be tested against each other.

The connection of tensor-cable-grasping applicator corresponds to a 1-fold amplification, while the element ampule in the input cup is amplified 10-fold when program 192.0 is started.

Touch the second element ampule with the grasping applicator and test for resonance between the vertical hand plate applicator or the test aid or modulation mat.

Test result:

  • Resonance, horizontal tensor movement: the element that is in the input cup has priority (10-fold amplification) over the element that is under the grasping applicator (1-fold amplification). The element in the input cup is the “weakest link” in the chain and has therapeutic priority.
  • Dissonance, vertical tensor movement: the element in the input cup does not have priority.

In order to do a “cross check”, switch the ampules and now put the ampule under the grasping applicator in the input cup and the remove the ampule from the input cup and put it under the grasping applicator.

Kinesiology test:

  • Input / input cup: one of the tested element ampules
  • Output: modulation mat.
  • BICOM device: start program 192.0.

The test is carried out kinesiologically with help of Channel 2. To do this, the amplification of Channel 2 should be set to 1 (amplification reduction). Then place the second element ampule in the yellow cup and activate Channel 2.

Test result:

  • Strong muscle: the ampule in the input cup has priority
  • Weak muscle: “Cross Check” necessary

With the help of the priority test, you can find out which of the two element ampules is the weakest link in the chain by comparing a 10-fold amplification and a 1-fold amplification. If more than two element ampules test positive in the first step, please carry out the priority test for all ampoules one after the other. This is how you can determine the priority and thus achieve a high degree of therapy accuracy and clarity when drawing up your therapy plans.

This procedure is also possible with all ampules that are tested with therapy type A. This includes also the pink stress ampules, for determining which stress is a priority.

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