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James, have you ever heard of this?
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James, have you ever heard of this?
It's called Quantum Reflex Analysis(QRA)? - http://www.quantumreflexanalysis.info/ ----http://www.tomsgoodfiles.com/faq-for-qra.htm

At first glance, it just seems as though it's a supposed fanciful representation of basic kinesiology, muscle testing linked to a money making machine because their products are the only ones that promote "cellular resonance" and prove proper nutrition for the program.


While these are all red flags and it sounds like a lot of bull, I find their talk about "interference fields" or traumas, which come in many forms, stuck and causing alterations in the human bio-field leading to the lack of proper communication within the bodies organs interesting and seemingly not without merit.


I'd be curious of your opinion. Thank you.
08-07-2012 10:42 AM
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RE: James, have you ever heard of this?
(08-07-2012 10:42 AM)MrGreenTea Wrote:  It's called Quantum Reflex Analysis(QRA)? - http://www.quantumreflexanalysis.info/ ----http://www.tomsgoodfiles.com/faq-for-qra.htm

At first glance, it just seems as though it's a supposed fanciful representation of basic kinesiology, muscle testing linked to a money making machine because their products are the only ones that promote "cellular resonance" and prove proper nutrition for the program.


While these are all red flags and it sounds like a lot of bull, I find their talk about "interference fields" or traumas, which come in many forms, stuck and causing alterations in the human bio-field leading to the lack of proper communication within the bodies organs interesting and seemingly not without merit.


I'd be curious of your opinion. Thank you.

No, I have not heard of it. But there are several "red flags" I see. First of all in their over the top hype they make mention several times how it has been tested by various universities. So where are the published studies? And along the same lines they claim that Marshall "has authored hundreds of research papers and articles". So where are these articles? And do any of them have anything to do with the procedure? I tried to see where one of the abstracts they reference near the bottom is published and apparently it does not exist.

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08-08-2012 08:58 AM
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