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Session: Top-Up Schedule tab

An extra part of the protocol

Understanding the Page Tabs

Once you have clicked on the Run a Client session page and you have chosen a client then you are moved into the main session page. Towards the top of this page is a horizontal menu which allows you to move to different pages within the same context of this client session. If you click the Top-Up Schedule text then you will be moved to this tabbed page.


The connected sessions (i.e. with the wrist strap) are the most powerful part of the recovery process, and depending upon the severity of the condition and the availability of both the therapist and the client, will take place on a regular basis - maybe once or twice per week. However, addiction and mental/emotional trauma (in particular) are tenacious conditions and mostly require a concerted effort to be cleared. 

In addition to the connected session we have found through experience that an additional, ongoing exposure to a weaker delivery of the remedial program assists in clearing the condition. To this end we also advise that the client carries around a top-up device.

A top-up device is something which contains an RFID tag that our server can transmit to. At the present time WDS does not have the production capacity to increase e-pendant supply so we recommend the custom credit-card sized devices which we can currently supply. At the time of writing all of our focus is on finalising the ONE software for general availability but in due course we will be investigating alternative forms of top-up device such as wearable wrist bands.

Note: the current implementation of the ONE system allows for a single top-up device to be associated with each client. Using the ONE software the therapist can allocate a top-up device from stock to the current client, and can create a schedule so that a specific program be transmitted to the device for a set period of time (e.g. two weeks). This time period can be altered at any time as deemed appropriate. The client simply then needs to have the device about their person (in their energy field) as much as possible during that time, for example in their trouser or shirt pocket, or in a suitable card-carrying holder with a lanyard neck strap. In the future this ability will be greatly extended so that these devices will not need to be associated with a client, and can also be grouped so that a schedule is applied to the group rather than individual units. The range of devices is envisaged to be larger than the current offering, for example a group of powered transmitters could be used in an agricultural setting e.g. ear tags to a group of cows.

1. Allocate a Device to the Client

When you have entered the Top-Up page for a new client you will see a simple statement saying that no device has yet been assigned to the current client. You can click on the Add Top-Up Device button to do so.


The page then waits for you to scan a card or other top-up device (when they become available). Initially when this page is shown it will say in large font sizing "WAITING FOR SCAN". At this stage you should hold the card over the RFID scanner (on the ONE system this is by holding it directly over the ONE logo on the top of the unit). After a second the WAITING FOR SCAN message will be replaced by a serial number, as shown in the graphic below.

Once the number has been scanned the device id will be verified to confirm that this is a genuine device and that it is not already being used for a different client. If the screen shows that the device is available for use then press the Assign this device to <client name> button to proceed.

2. Create a schedule

Once you have allocated a device to the current client the next task is to assign a schedule. This is where a more gentle version of the program is sent continuously to a "top-up" card. The client should have this device about his/her person as much as possible - for example, in a shirt, jacket, or trouser pocket. This will help to maintain the work done during a connected session, where the energetic work done is significantly more powerful.

The top-up device page will by now ask you to define a program for the client, and will need a duration. In the case of our fictional Jason Matthews we could specify the Morphine program for a duration of 7 days, because (for example) he will be back in one week for a connected session and at time the practitioner can make an assessment as to whether continued treatment is necessary.


So in the above example a transmission to device 01138E3C03 of the Morphine program has been scheduled from "today" until September 23, 2023. Press the Activate Schedule button to finish creating this schedule. The final result is shown below:


3. Modify the schedule

At some later date, maybe after the next on-site session or simply from a telephone follow-up discussion you may choose to make some kind of alteration to the schedule. Most likely this will either to be to discontinue the transmission or to extend it, although you can also change the program itself if you choose to. 


Top-up schedules run on a 24-hour cycle so if you want to cancel the run then you can simply reset the "Send until" date to today and activate the new schedule, it will terminate at midnight local time.

4. When the client is finished

Hopefully you will soon have a client who has completed the program cycle and will be feeling clear of the issue that was being presented. If you take the top-up device back then you can choose the De-Link Device From Client option and this will then reset the card back to being unattached to any specific client. We usually give the card a wipe with alcohol (in this post-viral era) and pop it back in the stack of usable cards. However, if the card is damaged or lost then you can choose to delete the card forever from the database.

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