How do you combine the scientifically based construction biology with the often esoterically known radiesthesia? How do these two disciplines complement each other?
Next, I would like to share my answer with you, because I think the biggest problem is that we often tend to confuse the terms “esoteric” and “exoteric”.
In the context of a bioenergetic assessment I work radiesthetically, but not esoterically. I work exoterically, which means that I resonate with the external fields that are around me and I feel in my body.
The tools I use to evaluate are basically tools to elude my mind analytically and critically, because the mind always wants to explain, relativize or define.
That is why I “unfold” it the information I take in through my body, as values in scale systems by means of a small tensor. This is how the mind performs its much preferred left-dominant analytical work, thus helping me to structure things that I feel but cannot classify.
More than 3500 years ago, in Hawaiian Huna-Shamanism, pendulums were used to obtain information from the higher self ( meaning the level of information that surrounds us), bypassing the middle self, namely the critical mind.
This is the essence of radiesthesia.
And at the present time is unknown by many that all the great minds of our time have worked radiesthesically.
"Insofar as he makes use of his healthy senses, man himself is the best and most exact scientific instrument possible"
Max Planck defined the term “ethereal”, namely for the range beyond which measuring instruments fail and the range of “subtlety” begins. Einstein called this realm “metaphysical”.
These terms are associated today with esotericism, but originally they came from physicists. In their time, they all used to move around because they knew that only in this way would they have access to information that would otherwise remain hidden to them.
André Bovis also comes from that time, from before World War II. He was a physicist and official food inspector for the French government. To check the vitality of food, he used the bio-meter he had developed, in which he calculated the values. This is hard to imagine today, but in that regard, incredible as it may seem, people were much more advanced at that time than they are today.
I myself work, among other things, with a slightly modified form of his bio-meter (You will find more information about Bovis values in >> What are Bovis Values).
Like any animal, humans also perceive which fields are good for us and which are not. However, we are so mentally conditioned that we always try to compare things with something we have already experienced or felt, simply because we have been told about it over and over again. So we make those experiences or things told to us our objective and defining truth.
However, at all times we have access to the big picture, from which we only perceive things selectively and “interpolate” the rest. It is comparable to an iceberg.
Our everyday consciousness is the tip of the iceberg, but the rest is also there, and we can access it, for example, using radiesthetic assistance.
In my building biology analyses, radiesthesia plays an important role along with bioresonance, which is basically also a form of passive radiesthesia.
The procedure I have developed over the years allows me to evaluate fields without having to know what they are. I can simply define how the fields behave according to certain factors. If they attract or give energy, and if the body can absorb this energy or if stress is produced in return.
With resonance testing, where I basically just compare frequency spectra, I can see in detail what the disturbance is.
This combination is for me the most effective and accurate way to define and evaluate geopathic disturbances, because it makes it easier for me to check, for example, whether the harmonization performed has worked or not. This goes far beyond investigating with a dowsing rod, as I used to do in the past.
But, unfortunately, too many people still have problems with this issue.
I know that there are many building biologists out there who have learned practically nothing about geopathy in their training institute and later on when they are already in their professions, at best, the most they do is work with a dowsing rod, if at all.
At the PSA (Paul Schmidt Academy) and now at the IBUH (Institute for Building Biology and Health) in the basic training phase, you learn the basics of building biology from my good friend Wolfgang Sievers, as well as all the technical and physics principles of construction and how to use a bioresonance device for the reproducible definition of geopathic interference zones. This makes this training unique in the field of construction biology.
For the bioenergetic evaluation method, I am currently developing a learning module, which complements this information and offers a good introduction to the subject for beginners in the field. From this starting point you can inquire further if you are interested.
You will receive more information shortly.