Healy Resonance is truly a breakthrough technology. It scans your "information field" to detect imbalances in your organs, meridians, chakras, emotions, and thoughts. It then delivers frequency programs designed to address those specific issues.
The Healy database contains 144,000 tested frequencies designed to restore physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual balance.
The German manufactured Healy was developed by Marcus Schmieke, the inventor of "Information Field Technology" and the TimeWaver Systems, in cooperation with an international team of scientists, physicians, therapists and engineers.
After ten successful years with TimeWaver, Marcus had the desire to make the TimeWaver Systems (16 patents) and the frequency support protocols, accessible to everyone. This allowed the birth of the breakthrough, small, portable device known as Healy, utilizing a small quantum sensor to provide customized frequency wellness sessions to each user.
The Healy features up to 140 frequency program groups (drawn from a cloud database of 144,000 tested frequencies) uploaded to your Smartphone, tablet or iPad.
You can select a supportive frequency program (i.e. pain, energy, memory, stress, anti-aging, immune system, circulation, skin, anxiety, detox, allergies, joints and much more) from your Smartphone and then transfer it to your Healy via Bluetooth.
During your ensuing bioenergetic frequency optimization session the Healy will constantly, via AI, adjust to your desired cellular energy wellness levels in real-time.
Through the science of quantum physics and AI (Artificial Intelligence), the wearable/portable Healy can scan and analyze your individual bioenergetic frequencies via a quantum sensor and biofeedback – then transmit back to you customized and specific frequencies to realign your cellular, emotional, mental and spiritual centers back into bioenergetic balance.
To put it more simply, Healy can talk directly to your cellular energy. It can ask your cells what they need to optimize themselves and then deliver the exact frequencies your cells ask for—or “resonate" with.