What is the LIFE System? The LIFE (Living Information Forms Energy) System is sold as a biofeedback and stress management device, aimed at reducing electromagnetic the stresses on a body caused by food, toxins, environment, genetics, lifestyle etc.
How the LIFE System Works: The LIFE System measures various electrical reactance parameters via the 5 harnesses connected to the skin and combines these with the body’s "tri-vector resonant frequencies." Based on this information, treatment (square wave) signals are emitted by the LIFE System and received by the client on a sub-conscious, "etheric" level.
There has been much debate over the differences between the LIFE System and the QXCI. The random event generator inside the LIFE System and the QXCI acts as the interface between consciousness and the computer, and as long as it is believed, meaningful results can be obtained from using the LIFE System. This is perhaps where the need for this type of device came from - to provide a confidence bridge - however it has also caused a lot of the controversy as people believe the LIFE System may not work as it is claimed.
Princeton University, while not researching the LIFE System specifically, have shown in independent studies that random events can be influenced by intention / consciousness, and it is in this light that the LIFE System should be seen. However, their work has also shown that the outcome of random number experiments can be either positive or negative, often independent of the client's desire to produce a particular result in either direction. (To us, this emphasizes the strong role of the subconscious mind over the conscious mind.)
LIFE System Overview There are many machines available on the market today that work using pseudo random numbers, mostly giving similar accuracy levels. The differences between the QXCI, LIFE System, Quantec, or CoRe are more graphical and price rather than anything internally that different. The graphical display of the LIFE System may be best suited to those with little computer experience or little requirement for a professional, medical grade output.