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Book Review: BioResonance Therapist's Handbook

Review by James P.M. Odell, OMD, ND, L.Ac. book written by Dr. Marguerite Lane ND


Bioresonance Therapist Handbook by Dr. Marguerite Lane ND is the first easily understandable handbook for therapists that has just been released. Not many books on this subject get down to the nuts and bolts of how to do the “magic” of bioresonance. The goal of the book is to bring the BioResonance therapist to a high level of expertise quickly so that more people can be helped.


BioResonance has a rich history and does indeed work. This has been known for decades. Everything is energy, and coherent waves have great power to effect change. BioResonance technology harnesses this capability by administering coherent vibrational patterns into the body, to cause (1) entrainment to healing patterns, and (2) destructive interference to patterns of illness. Classical BioResonance devices (MORA and BioKat) take this one step further, by reading the body’s own vibrational patterns, putting them through a type of filter, to isolate the healthy (harmonic) from the unhealthy (disharmonic) patterns, then inverting the unhealthy patterns while amplifying the healthy ones.


The author has taken over 20 years of clinical private practice experience and written, in plain English, instructions and a guide for other BioResonance therapists. It is concentrated experience, simplified, and presented in an easy-to-read handbook.


The BioResonance Therapist’s Handbook starts with the basic concepts, to gently lead the new therapist into the subject: defining the concepts and guiding the thought processes around how to dissect health issues to get to the underlying problems. Nutrition is vital, even when you’re working with vibrational medicine - we are physical beings, and our fuel is the key to health. Several pages are spent reviewing the excellent findings of Dr. Weston E Price, who visited isolated human societies to investigate their health and native diets, and then analyzed their foods for nutrient value.

With this basic groundwork in place, the handbook dives right into the first consultation with a new client: where to start, what to look for, how to proceed, in priority order, describing how each step is done.


Advanced techniques are discussed succinctly and then shown in detail. These include the Scott-Morley technique, and how to use it to measure stomach pH (without any invasive testing), and the pièce de résistance, Point Therapy, which gives the therapist the ability to find a pathogen (or pathogenic influence) in an organ or tissue and cause it to be released.

The body systems are delineated in over 50 pages of text. Special considerations for each system are clarified, and appropriate homeopathic remedies to test are provided. Incorporating homeopathic remedy vibrations into BioResonance makes the treatment “sing” because they are so coherent. Results are quick and tangible, so both the client and the practitioner will have a feeling of satisfaction and progress, from the first appointment.


Not only are the body systems discussed, but each topic includes a reference to a real-life case. You get to see what happens with a real client who has an issue with the relevant body system. Some of the cases include Seizures, Heart attacks, Narcolepsy, Hypothyroidism, Chronic restless legs, Asthma, Chronic fatigue, Relapsing Dengue Fever, and many more. Hints that can only be gleaned from long experience are highlighted as well as results achieved.


The book’s appendices include important hard-to-find information, such as how to modify a program, an explanation of how homeopathy works (for the skeptical client), and some of the scientific studies proving the efficacy of BioResonance therapy. There is also reference information such as the anti-candida diet that gives consistently good results, herbs to use for Lyme disease, and how to protect clients from “certain injections” which are currently being used.


The book also contains a full list of useful BioResonance books to fill out your reference library and a thorough index for quick reference. It is a must-reference book for those doing bio-resonance diagnostics and therapy or interested in the subject.


The book may be purchased here:

https://www.blurb.com/b/11105451-bioresonance-therapist-s-handbook