Electronic Gem Therapy
Electronic Gem Therapy combines the benefits of colors, frequency/voltage, and gemstones to alter the body field, which in turn instructs the physical body. It was developed by Dr. Jon Whale, although there are at least two brands available today, which I'll discuss below.
Dr. Whale offers a number of specific protocols to help with a wide variety of health concerns, and in this way the system is used in a fairly objective way: "Have this problem? Take this approach."
However, he has also taught extensively about the body field's assemblage point, which he describes as sort of a center or nucleus to the overall field. He suggests that its location and orientation affect our health. He teaches practitioners how to assess the field subjectively, then to correct its position using the lights.
When we owned this equipment, we had mixed results probably due to lack of training and experience. We knew what to do from the instruction manual, but we didn't know how to adjust our attempts if we didn't see fast results, and we didn't want to use our clients as guinea pigs. It was a rough "catch 22" that kept us from having the success Dr. Whale claims to have.
I can point to a few remarkable experiences, however. We had one woman come to us with ribs that had been injured twice and had bothered her for weeks or months. We provided her with one treatment and she immediately felt better. She let us know several days later she no longer felt any pain. We saw similar results with knees and other joint pains.
We also had a result of one woman with endometriosis. Her birth control pills were less and less effective for helping with the problem and she was facing possible surgery. After a single electronic gem therapy session targeting some fused organs, she felt a "pop" and was sure something had changed. She finished her current round of birth control pills then never took them again. She said all her symptoms disappeared, and six months later her condition was the same.
So I have no doubt that there is something exceptional to be said about this equipment under capable hands. However, not knowing how to adjust to a situation, we had several cases we were unable to touch, including both eczema, vitiligo, and poor circulation. (Could temporarily help with this, as shown with infrared images; but didn't permanently correct it.)
Stellar Delux vs. Theragem
As I understand it, Dr. Whale developed gem light therapy, or electronic gem therapy, and someone he worked with parted ways and developed her own. This brand is now known as Theragem. I don't believe they are on friendly terms. Both make claims about their equipment; I have seen Dr. Whale's product work and I know someone who's seen similar results from the Theragem. So I do not know from personal experience if one is superior. Here's what I can say about the equipment:
The Stellar Delux, by Dr. Whale, appears to be older equipment. It is larger and uses dials. The voltage numbers fluctuate continually. It certainly wouldn't strike a client as "modern" compared to Theragem. It comes with 3 arms so you can run 3 lights at a time; these arms aren't flexible, which I don't like, but they are metal and durable, which I do like. My primary complaint is the time it takes to swap therapies. Gems are loose and have to be manually placed in a lens then covered with a colored filter. So you're touching the gems and hoping you don't drop any on the floor and counting out the ones you want to use each time, etc. BUT ... the one advantage to this is that you can choose how you want to mix and match gems in case you're feeling experimental.
The Theragem looks more modern. It is smaller, lighter, cooler in general. It only has two arms, and they are flexible -- they seem nice to work with in this way, but they're not as durable and I've heard that they wear out with use. What I primarily like with this is that the gem cups are pre-loaded and are easy to swap out for various therapies without touching anything in the cup. This takes away the experimental aspect, but simplifies overall use. Theragem is also markedly less expensive last I checked. (Partly because they provide fewer gems with the base unit; they also have HOME units with fewer options, but bringing it into an easier price range for home users.)
I cannot recommend one over the other from experience. Nor is this my favorite therapy, though I like it. While we sold our Stellar Delux because we're no longer in practice, if I were to buy another, I would probably buy the Theragem for its simplicity and because of my specific usage. I've described both so you can see if one makes more sense for you.
If you choose to buy a Theragem, may I recommend calling Integrative Life Solutions as your distributor? Excellent people to work with. I would also appreciate if you would mention Steve McCardell as your referral. Doesn't change your product cost, but may give me a referral fee for sharing this information.