One of the most valuable skills that you can learn in radionics is the art of fine-tuning a radionic instrument. For example, if you wanted to broadcast to someone to balance a certain condition say Insomnia. First, you would look up a rate for Insomnia ( there are more than one) and you decided to use the rate 53-91. First go through the “preparatory protocols” now set the dials on your radionic instrument for 53-91, and with a witness of the subject having problems sleeping in the well of your instrument, broadcast this rate to them for the time you determined by dowsing and in time it would probably have some effect on the subject.
On the other hand, if you wanted the rate to be much more effective, and work a lot quicker you would first fine-tune it.
The rates listed in a standard radionic rate book are “rough” rates, they will work, but they will work much better if fine-tuned specifically for the subject you are trying to help.
To fine tune a rate you would first need to find a rate for the condition in the person, plant, animal, etc. that you wish to help. This can be done in one of three ways. One way is to look up the rate in a radionic rate book or directory, another way is to cold-scan the rate, and last but not least you could set-scan the rate. The first way is pretty obvious, you can download a rate book with thousands of rates from Kelly Radionic Technologies free of charge. The second way of cold-scanning takes a bit more work. Cold-scanning is used when you don’t know what the condition is that’s affecting the subject and /or you don’t have a rate book to use.
To cold-scan you would put the subjects witness ( photo, blood spot, hair clipping etc.) in the well. Turn the Left-hand dial to 0 and the Right-hand dial to 100. If you have no idea of what the subject’s problem is you could mentally ask the question, while slowly turning the left-hand dial on your radionic instrument ( Left-hand dial is the condition dial, Right-hand dial is location dial) and rubbing the stick plate and focusing your thoughts on something like ” What is the major #1 condition affecting the subject”? When you get a “stick” stop, check the number the dial pointer is on and write it down. Now while slowly turning the Right-hand dial and rubbing the stick plate mentally ask ” What is the major location for the condition indicated on the Left-hand dial”, again stop when you get a stick and write down the number. Now check the intensity of the rate you just found, we’ll say it’s 350, write that down too.
If you know either the location of a condition, but not the condition or the condition but not the location you can “set-scan” to find the unknown half of the rate. For example, we’ll say your subject has “Strep” the rate for that condition is 60-. With the subject’s witness in the well, put 60- on the Left-hand dial, while slowly turning the right-hand dial and rubbing the stick plate. stop when you get a stick, write down the numbers and check intensity.
We will use the first example to explain how to “fine-tune” a rate. The condition in the first example was “Insomnia” which is 53-91. Make sure the witness for the subject is in the well, put the rate of 53-91 on your instrument ( 53 on the left-hand dial and 91 on the right-hand dial). Now check the intensity of this rate in that particular subject, say for example it’s 350. To fine-tune this rate, turn the left-hand dial very slightly, stop and check the intensity, turn it a bit more and check the intensity again, keep doing this until you get the highest intensity reading. Now do exactly the same thing for the right-hand dial until you get the highest intensity reading (you may have to move the dial pointer forward and backward to find the highest intensities) Stop when both dial is set to the highest intensities. ( Most radionic instruments are marked in graduations of “01” If you were fine-tuning the rate 53- try 52.50, 52.75, 53.00, 53.25, 53.50, and so on… and check for intensity each time you move the dial pointer.) You will notice that when your rate is fine-tuned the intensity for it is much higher than before it was fine-tuned, which is a good thing. Write down the numbers. You are now ready to “broadcast” this “fine-tuned” rate to the subject once you determine the broadcast time and you check for appropriateness.
P.S. The above examples are for a Hieronymus style radionic instrument, I’m sure there are ways to fine-tune other types of radionic instruments, but I’m only familiar with fine-tuning Hieronymus type instruments.