The Pedigree of Qest4

If you’ve had a demonstration of the Qest4 system, you will probably have been impressed by the speed and flexibility and the many other visible benefits.

One thing that is not so obvious, even from looking at the regularly updated software and lightweight, portable hardware, is that Qest4 has evolved from a long line of successful energetic testing devices, built by engineers who have been there since the beginning of this technology.

A successful testing device requires a finely-tuned combination of effective signal encoding, appropriate signal output, accurately timed electrical response-measurement and reliable feedback to the software interface. These things are not mastered in months or even in a few years. The mechanisms now built in to the Qest4 bioenergetic testing system have been refined by Joe Galloway and his successors across three decades and over a dozen devices that have been used by practitioners around the world.

In our own centre, the earliest experience was in 1997 with the LISTEN system, a DOS-based acupoint-probe system which took the practitioner some time to work through a library, but was still ground-breaking in its day. During the period 1998 to 2004 we provided the MSA21 and MSAS systems, often known by the acronym BEST, still using manual probing but with huge steps forward in robust hardware construction, software interface and signal output quality. Our centre then had a brief association with the first Asyra technology, then Asyra Pro system was created, bringing massive gains in speed with many of the things that a practitioner needed to do manually now built-in to the software. The speed gains were literally a factor of 10-20x, allowing consultations to take on a whole new character and depth. Evolving this system required going to the the limits of the capability of the circuit to process and output the signals while accurately feeding back the response.

In 2012 in the USA, the very success of the Asyra led it to be challenged around the ever more complex health claims legislation, and the production team took the opportunity to retire. The Asyra system was still available for the European market until 2015 where it needed to be established that this energetic technology is not a branch of medical testing. A new group began working with the engineers to produce and market a lightweight device that embodied all the qualities of the Asyra, add even more speed and stability, and to continue to refine the software to suit the growing demands of practitioners to have the ability to design and share protocols. This became the Qest4 Bluetooth – adding the convenience of wireless connection and integrated electrodes into the system unit. (The older casing and USB connector is still also available for those clients preferring it.)

As well as the technical evolution of the system, the understanding of what energetic testing is and is not also progresses. In the early days the process was seen as a direct analogue of a laboratory test for the presence or absence of an item, or a measurement of the state of tissue, way to establish physiological reactivity to something like an allergy, the modern view is more nuanced. There is recognition that responses to the signal output are mediated by the consciousness of the individual, which is in relationship with the practitioner, and that the journey of healing brings up things at the time they are ready to be processed. This means that the training and community interaction are a vital part of the strength of the Qest4, to learn how to use it to its best potential in your practice.

The Qest4 is going strong in USA, Europe and around the world, the most capable device in its class, built on the solid foundation of 30+ years continuous evolution. We think you will appreciate all this when you have one in your practice.

If you’ve not yet had a demonstration, then please do get in touch so we can show you more.

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