Dating back to the earliest version of the software, the Scan/Balance function (also known as the non-linear scan) is one of the most commonly used features of the system. The operation is largely automatic from just a few menu clicks, although the practitioner has the option to override/edit the chosen categories for balancing if a more interactive process is wanted.
A typical balancing session protocol consists of running an "Initial Alignment" formula for 10 minutes in order to prepare the body (similar to "opening the zones" in Reflexology"), followed by a full-body scan. The body scan produces a profile automatically selected/tested from more than 200 categories. The profile is then used as a work list in the main analysis and balancing session, which is typically run for 45 minutes. During this process the e-Lybra produces bio-resonance patterns which are delivered to the client and also stored on the bio-resonance capsule which the client takes away and wears on their body. At the end of the analysis and balancing session an "after" body status is recorded showing changes that have occurred in the client's bio-field which takes a further 5 minutes. Lastly, a grounding formula is run for 5 minutes to make sure the client is fully awake before completing the session. Variations to the protocol include adding extra formulae for specialised processes such as addiction therapy, weight balancing, to name but a few. The use of the e-Lybra is only limited by the creativity of the Practitioner.
At the start of the process an initial status can be obtained, whereby the e-Lybra measures the degree of balance within each of the system categories for the client. A threshold value can be defined by the practitioner, whereby each of the categories that report a higher degree of imbalance are displayed in red and are automatically chosen for inclusion within the Customised Selection for the forthcoming session.
Once the Customised Selection has been created automatically by the Status Scan process the practitioner can optionally choose to edit this list - either by deleting or adding additional categories as appropriate. Once this has been done the balancing process is started and the balancing process runs automatically for 15, 25, 45 or 120 minutes as specified. From the list of selected categories, the e-Lybra first uses a selection process to determine which specific category needs attention. Once this has been determined it then uses an algorithm to determine which specific pattern(s) within this category need to be applied in remedial form. This process then continues for the duration of the session. At the end of the run the practitioner can optinally choose to run an After Scan to see what the new measured level of imbalance is.
It is possible to copy some or all detected patterns from a session to a Prescribed Patterns List for this specific client, so that it can be quickly run at future times as a formula if so wished.
WDS also manufacture e-Pebbles and e-Pendants with the intention that the practitioner can then sell them on to the client for their personal use. If you allocate one of these devices to a client then you can place it into one of the brass wells during the balancing session and the same remedial patterns that are transmitted to the client will also be sent to, and stored by, the e-Pebble / e-Pendant. The client can then wear the device to continue to receive the same patterns. It is also possibe to remotely broadcast to an e-Pebble / e-Pendant from the e-Lybra system so that the existing patterns can be tooped up, or new patterns sent to give support for a new issue if necessary.