11 Wellbeing Energy Sent from a Freeing Mobile App

Wellbeing energy sent from a mobile app

Last updated on March 10th, 2024 at 6:09 pm

What are these incredible apps?

It has been known for some time that the human body can heal itself and rebalance the hundreds of energy systems it uses to maintain wellbeing through stimulation coming from the outside world. Many new forms of technology are able to measure this balance and the changes that can happen when our body is under different influences. This has been reflected in a new wave of energy devices currently on the market that are based on radionics.

FreeingMe apps

FreeingMe apps exploit this constant subatomic communication to communicate a positive message to the human body using intelligent light. The way we receive balancing stimulus is through light. For instance, if we take a walk in the woods after a stressful day we can feel our body start to relax. These are external frequencies reminding us of the beauty of nature and how free and at one we are with it.

This alliance with nature is what inspired the making of these apps. They are designed to regain energy, release stress and restore rest. Because the mobile phone emits light, it can relay positive messages to you in order to rebalance and calm your energy systems. All that is required is the right message. What is remarkable about these apps is the way in which they can send this harmless intelligent light to you so that your cells can decide whether they need it. It is a breakthrough in understanding how the body balances itself.

How the apps were discovered

Grahame Martin, the inventor of freeingMe apps, has worked as a homeopathic practitioner and healer for over 20 years in a busy clinic near London. He found his energy dropped around 4pm each day. Having been using energy to heal people for many years it was obvious he wanted to find a natural way to harmonise his energy. This was also on the back of his belief that the more we can understand how energy works within the human being, the more we will go on to develop the means to balance our everyday life and maintain wellbeing.

To use energy to create balance, a container of the energy and sender to the human body is required. As light is the source of energy in this instance and the means to pass on information, it dawned on Grahame that we already have this means of projection: the mobile phone.

While having a conversation with a software developer friend he suddenly saw the complete vision as to how this could work and he asked his friend if he could build it as an app. He said it was possible without quite knowing what he was getting himself into, he admits now. It was not easy as Grahame explains, “we had to jump through many hoops to achieve an app that worked, and we were even amazed ourselves at what did work and therefore what we could build on”.

The first prototype ENERGY app was created in a relatively short time once the principle Grahame calls ‘photon communication’ was understood. He tells us, “I was amazed at how it picked me up. I then started testing it on friends and family and began to realise that the app was working. I made further tests in my clinic while developing the STRESS and REST apps”.

How the apps can help

From this simple need to increase energy, freeingMe apps were born. Currently there are three apps with others to follow. There is the ENERGY app, which helps rejuvenate your batteries and pick you up. It can also be used as a weekly management system that balances and maintains energy levels in our very fast and demanding lives. It can even be used to maintain energy levels around the gym.

The STRESS app can help calm the nerves and face what would ordinarily be stressful circumstances, like any kind of meeting. One user was able to go to the dentist, one of her biggest fears, by using the STRESS app. It has helped people with any kind of apprehensive stress, pressured work environment and can even counter depression.

release STRESS app

The REST app can enable you to relax and take time out from the responsibilities that come with modern living. This is very important so the body can recoup to face the next day. The REST app runs for thirty minutes as we have found that people use it to help them get off to sleep. It has also helped improve sleep, with one user reporting that it completely sorted out years of bad sleep issues where he was only getting three hours sleep at a time.

restore REST app

However, the apps are not designed for medical use and should not be used to replace medication or professional medical advice. They are wellbeing apps that support the body in recentering energy balances.

Because they work away from the body they do not overload you with EMF. You can lay the mobile screen down on your forearm and run the session but alternatively you can hold the mobile towards you while the session runs, like you are checking messages, and the intelligent light will reach you.

What is intelligent light?

The process of making the apps had several twists and turns. Grahame explains, “every time it seemed impossible, I was ‘given’ an answer. Some extraordinarily energetic things happened that should not rationally work”. It gave us an insight to how light worked.

For instance, the energy source that creates harmony in a person remains external to the apps. The apps act as a kind of go-between or a lense allowing the user to connect with this original energy source in a way that our bodies recognise. This is the intelligent light freeingMe called Photon Communication.

This ability to hold energy somewhere and use the apps to convert it to what our body needs is the breakthrough in how we can get energy that would ordinarily communicate to us to become specific. This means we can use it when we need it. Because our cells are responsible for deciding which information they need that comes via light, the apps can only work if we need them. As they can only harmonise our body’s energy systems, they are therefore totally safe, using the body’s natural cell frequencies to create balance.

In other words, if the user does not need the information then the body won’t use it. This principle has been tested on over 100 people over the last two years. Long-term users of the apps have found this building process very useful, like one woman who runs one session of the STRESS app each night and it keeps her depression at bay.

The apps work like any form of healing energy and have been tested using Kirlian Photography in an independent stress clinic (see report on freeing.me) where the woman being tested felt a significant improvement with her stress after using the STRESS app. The apps have also been tested using a Quest9 Biofeedback device, reporting a significant rebalance of many human energy systems.

Photon Communication is not physical in the sense of chemical or electrical manipulation, so it is not toxic or poisonous to us. Each app can be tried for free to see if it works for you. Also, to keep EMF down to a minimum the apps work offline, so users switch to airplane mode before running the sessions.

These apps are different to wearables, as they are not signal dependent but use intelligent light in the form of photon communication to balance a person’s energy system. This harmony grows with use and does not stop as with devices that are signal dependent and stop when switched off. They can therefore be used for immediate relief, as with the STRESS app, but the aim of each app is to balance a person so they no longer need the app.

Author Bio:

Dinesh Lakhwani

Dinesh Lakhwani, the entrepreneurial brain behind “TechCommuters,” achieved big things in the tech world. He started the company to make smart and user-friendly tech solutions. Thanks to his sharp thinking, focus on quality and the motto of never giving up, TechCommuters became a top player in the industry. His commitment to excellence has propelled the company to a leading position in the industry.

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