P.E.A.R. experimental program
The main principle of the CIEM System is based on Princeton University’s PEAR experimental program (Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research), which proved in the laboratory’s 28-year history that there is an interaction of human consciousness with sensitive physical devices.
The study collected 6millions trials and published hundreds of scientific international papers.
It began in 1979 with the aim to study the influence of human consciousness’ on observed facts and reality.
This study has shown that the mind can directly affect the REG output (Random Events Generator), an electronic device designed to generate a sequence of numbers or signals that can not be reasonably predicted better than by a random chance. Human consciousness changes the REG output and it is possible to read this representational signature pattern of each person.
The Informational System IS presents a REG into the holographic generator, which is a sort of human consciousness antenna that generates and matches complex patterns between the client and the database offering a wealth of information that in the past required multiple sessions and hundreds of analyses over a long period of time.
Communication and awareness in patient – therapist relationship
The CIEM System is an advanced communication tool that enhances and integrates communication and interpersonal skills of the therapist. The operator can then interface with the patient as a kind of “holistic counsellor,” that through a comprehensive approach and adopting the paradigm that everything – body, mind and soul – are linked, aims to increase awareness and sense of self, to direct them towards healing.
This new vision of the relationship between therapist and patient is now a necessity and goes beyond the disempowering relationship where the health practitioner decides what is best for the patient to a more responsible relationship where the patient is well informed and at the centre of his own treatment.