8 Responses to “3P7P, or “3 Pathways 7 Points” Protocol with COSMODIC Devices”

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  1. Howard Gimber

    Hi, Dr Irina,
    Many thanks for your last newsletter, and it’s great to have the feedback re pathways protocol.

    Just as an aside, I’ve been trying the pathways using a middle reading on auto on the 735 AG. Essentially taking say ten readings down the spine, adding the IR numerics, and dividing by ten to find the closest area to “middle ground”

    This is repeated on either side of spine. Initial limited experience ( on myself) feels promising.

    The premise being that standing in the middle ground affords a better overview of the lay of the land, with the option of using the artillery (scenar) or secret negotiation ( Cosmodic). Anyway I’ll carry on and let you have feedback.

    Kind regards,
    Howard Gimber (UK)
    Pinkboard Matrix

  2. Thanks so much for the 3P7P protocol! And thanks again for your letter back to me on my recent questions. Mike Beisley’s comments were very helpful reminders of what he showed me in the use of my EX715Ag-series 7 in Auston last February. I needed that, as this is still so new to me.

    My new remote probe which I received from you in March is making the 3P along the spine possible – but with some caveats: As you know, I live alone. While I can use remote (the one with the two silver buttons) to go down my spine by just dropping the probe down and leaning back on it while in chair; the precision of proper location is difficult. Laterally is okay by careful estimation. However vertically spotting at the proper vertebra line is a challenge. Do you have any suggestions???

    The 7P is a snap, whether by using the curved ends of the center and left or right skis, or using the probe (which I prefer since I can watch the data screen for reaction levels and to monitor when dosing is achieved.

    Thanks again and looking forward to your comments!

    Bob Conn

  3. Debby Moss

    Dear Dr Irina,

    Thank you for this – it’s a useful reminder of the technique and I realize I haven’t been practicing it in it’s pure form. I would also like to know whether you can say a little more about the choice of using HIGH or LOW readings to dose.

    I believe I was taught and have always used HIGH; I can see that where there is a malfunction of low energy it might be more appropriate to go for the LOW. Any advice please?

    Many thanks, and I love to see how you are spreading the word and the practice of great health!

    Best regards,
    Debra

    • Dear Debra,

      The question of HIGHs and LOWs in SCENAR therapy has been a bit of a ‘grey area’ for awhile. I remember even in 2005 there were heated arguments about it, and I even wrote a posting on a newsgroup in response to Dr. Jerry Tennant’s advice to work on ‘lows’… In fact, that posting you may find helpful even now. Here is the link to it:
      http://scenar.biz/scenar-resources/scenar-articles/scenar-articles-scenar-therapy/highs-and-lows-of-scenar.html

      At that point, at the time of the first-generation SCENARs, we would always recommend to work on HIGHs – because the body works on ‘highs’. High readings signify areas of the high functional activity of the body, the priority areas, and it makes much more sense to go ‘with the body’ helping it accomplish what it is doing anyway instead of trying to change the natural course of things, ‘change the body’s mind’, in a way, redirecting its attention to the area that the body does not see as a priority at the moment. (I am talking more about it in the above-mentioned article “Highs and Lows of SCENAR” – see above.)

      The issue became even less clear since COSMODIC devices came to the scene. In many COSMODIC manuals you will see recommendations to work on LOWs. Why? That’s because COSMODIC can!

      You see, the fist- and the second-generation SCENARs interact with pathology differently. The first-generation SCENARs can only work with the chronic degenerative areas (the ones that give you low readings) THROUGH the body, meaning only by convincing the body to start paying attention to them. That’s a difficult, energy-consuming, and often unjustified in the long run tactics.

      The second-generation SCENARs can work with chronic pathology on their own, quietly repairing and reviving the degenerative areas on periphery, without much fuss and without the active involvement of the high management. here is an excerpt from the essay “That Mysterious COSMODIC” that talks about this particularity of the second-generation SCENARs.

      “COSMODIC does not just REVEAL a problem bugging the body to deal with it. It actually DEALS with the problem on a local level supplementing weak healing efforts of the body and indicating to it that the problem can be taken care of locally and there is no need for the higher structures to be involved. Through adaptive regulatory bundles of impulses, COSMODIC regulates and enhances local adaptive reactions and ‘fills up’ the arch of spinal cord reflexes to the extent that the spinal cord gets totally involved in healing ‘in situ’ and does not transmit any pathological SOS signals ‘upstairs’. All healing resources are now utilized locally, and healing is happening locally, as it should.”

      This quality of the second-generation SCENARs opens up the whole new world of possibilities for SCENAR users. That means, WE CAN NOW WORK ON LOWs, just as much as we can on HIGHs, without a danger of overwhelming or confusing the body. Low readings give you small asymmetries just the same way as the high readings do, and you can pick and choose what you want to do: help the body complete the active healing reaction (on high readings) – or start slowly but surely repairing and reviving the degenerative areas (on low readings).

      Your choice would depend on the ‘here and now’ situation, the main complaints, the personality and a state of mind of a client, your personal preferences etc. But at least you have a choice!

      I usually recommend (for COSMODIC, of course) to go with LOWs, if you do not have the clearly active process present and you are working locally. If you are working with General Adaptive Reactions, such as with 3P7P Protocol, I still prefer HIGHs, unless you do not have them at all on the first route. In this case, go with LOWs (what other choice do you have? :-)) Remember, you have to decide which way you want to go on the first route and keep going that way; you cannot change your mind mid-way.

      Remember also that these recommendation is for the second-generation SCENARs (I am still voting for HIGHs for the fist- generation ones). Hence, if you are working with the EX735, make sure that your device is in COSMODIC or Auto Mode.

      Wow, that was a lot…Hope it helps 🙂

      Dr. Irina

      • Jessica Palin

        Thank you Irina,

        This information eally does help !

        I have years of experience with the scenar but am relatively new to the EX735 which I think is fabulous.

        Thanks again,
        Any more on using the EX735 is most welcome .

        Jessica

  4. Renaud GARELLI

    Thank you very much for these informations Dr Irina, your advices are always great!
    It will help me a lot in order to use the protocol in the right way 🙂

    Sincerely,

    Renaud GARELLI

  5. Renaud GARELLI

    i own a Ex735Ag device, and i live in France. i have read with great interest the “3 Pathways 7 Points” protocol that you have written, and i really appreciated it (very clear and easy to understand)…so thank you very muich for that!

    I just wanted to have two little precisions if it’s possible:

    – how is it possible to take readings and dose very precise points (like the ones recommanded on the face) ? I mean, even with the additional smallest electrode that i have, i don’t understand how i can look at a very small point due to the size of the electrodes. Or maybe do you suggest to take reading (and dose) just with a very small part of the curved electrode in order to get only the precise point?

    – On hybrid device, like the Ex735ag, is it possible (and useful?) to make the whole protocol on “scenar” mode too, or is it designed to be use exclusively “cosmodic” setting?

    Thank you so much for your help!

    Renaud GARELLI

    • Dear Mr. Garelli,

      1. When we need to influence a very small skin area with a COSMODIC device (such as the points on the face), we indeed take readings and Dose with just a small part of the electrodes, usually positioning the point between the curved parts of a side and a middle electrodes of the devices that use the ‘ski-type’ electrodes (such as the EX715 and the EX735). It is enough to touch the skin with just two of the three electrodes to generate the electrical current. Alternatively, you can use a small area remote COSMODIC attachment for better positioning and easier manipulation.

      2. The 3P7P Protocol is designed for ALL second-generation SCENARs: purely COSMODIC devices, such as the EX715 and the C-DOVE, the Hybrids of EX735 series, and even for the DOVE scenar. Basically, any SCENAR device that uses the COSMODIC algorithm in determining the DOSE. With that being said, you can perform this protocol with the EX735 in either SCENAR or COSMODIC or Auto mode, as long as you do not change the Mode in the middle of the procedure. Just see what works best for you.

      Sincerely,

      Dr. Irina

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