Interference Balancing is a powerful addition to the e-Lybra toolset in that it caters for the intangible factors that can contribute to poor health - also known as the Factor X phenomena.
When you consider the e-Lybra Scan and Balance function, the process is working through a large list of known items to see whether there is a match detected. This same process occurs in other disciplines such as Kinesiology, Iridology, and Radionics. However, one of the drawbacks of this approach is: what if the imbalance that causes the health condition is not on the list? Using energy tools such as the e-Lybra the body might possibly deal with the imbalance as other imbalances are also dealt with, but it is also likely that it would just be an untreated condition.
The whole philosophy behind Interference Balancing is that the cause of the condition is unknown, and is assumed to remain so. So therefore, how can the e-Lybra deal with the imbalance? The answer is that the e-Lybra presents the observed condition to the client electronically, and it asks for an energetic reference to the imbalances that are causing the condition, rather than a named item from a list. Once the list of references are assembled the e-Lybra then passes those references back to the client as part of a rebalancing instruction.
The ability to obtain a reference to the cause of an energetic imbalance is an immensely powerful technique which is used in a variety of ways by the e-Lybra software.
When you choose to run an Interference Session Option the e-Lybra will select from the list of all Physical Categories (i.e. Digestive, Cardiovascular, Kidney, Liver) the most appropriate category in hierarchal order of priority of imbalance within the Client. The programme evaluates the items of the selected category and assesses whether any of them are being influenced adversely by an internal or external interference. At this point the programme assesses the number of interference elements within the category and determines what patterns are required to correct the imbalances and what length of time and number of pulses is required to do so.
Each of the seven main chakras have seven relevant levels of frequency, due to the multi-layered design of the living body. While a psychic healer might be able to "see" a particular blockage at any specific layer of any given chakra, it has been more difficult to be able to deal with this via an automated electronic device. However, due to the success of the Interference Balancing approach a general sweep of energetic imbalances can be performed, referenced, and processed.
These options are a partway blend of reference lists and Factor X processing. The e-Lybra scans through a pre-defined list of common psychological conditions (for example boredom, ego, fear, guilt, lonelyness, remorse) and identifies which condition the body would like to work with first. However, once it has that starting point the energetic interferences that contribute to this condition are referenced and processed.
Similarly, the system has a large pre-defined list of limiting beliefs that a clients might hold about themselves (such as "Nobody could ever love me") and, again, the e-Lybra will attempt to obtain a list of references to energetic imbalances that allow these thoughts to occur. Some e-Lybra owners use their system for predominantly psychological-based therapy work.