A QED field is created when energy moves from one point to another, and it collapses when the movement of energy ceases. So for a field to exist, it must have energy. The answer is complicated and we refer you to our book, The Unturned Stone , for details. Here we will stick with basics. Underlying all of the subfields of the body, at the subatomic level, are magnetic vectors, which act as signposts for quantum-level particles that provide information for the cells, DNA, organ systems and the like so that they can perform their proper functions. More simply put, the magnetic vectors direct the information regulation processes in the body, which are mediated by cells, DNA, and so on. This is information that is necessary for cells, DNA, organ systems, etc., to function properly. Hence, we can say that the HBF is the master control system for the body, working in concert with the traditional biochemical system.
At a more macroscopic level, our research indicates that there are several primary physiological systems that are largely responsible for producing the "power" of the HBF. In NES we call these systems "Energetic Drivers." For example, three of the main Energetic Drivers are the heart, nervous system, and lungs, which each in their own way produce phonons, vibrations, frequencies, ionized particles, polarization waves and other expressions of energy that act as carriers for quantum-level information.
The human body-field is internal and external (in its external form it is what some people call the "aura") and we have been able to determine that it has a structure, which is one of the major breakthroughs Peter Fraser has made in his research over the years. We found that the HBF has 12 main energy "compartments" (or structures, which are similar to, but extend beyond, the present concept of the meridians of Eastern traditions). In NES, we call these compartments "Energetic Integrators." The Energetic Integrators provide the zero-energy pathways for information transfer to the relevant cells in the body. In fact, it is DNA itself, which is also split into 12 main sections, that supplies the framework for the transfer of information in the body. It took nearly 25 years for Peter Fraser to construct a model of the structure of the HBF, and many more years for Fraser and Massey to find a way to encode the information from this map of the optimal human body-field into a computer to make a practicable and accurate clinical device, which is called the NES-Professional.
The main structure of the 12 Energetic Integrators and the structure of information contained within each one is identical, and it this structure that makes up the map. The structure of the body-field is what directs subatomic particles to their correct function in the body. If the structure, and hence the cellular instructions, become distorted, blocked or otherwise damaged, then ill health may result.
The answer lies partly in a curious but well-tested property in physics called "quantum entanglement," which allows subatomic particles to affect each other instantaneously no matter how far apart they are. Quantum entanglement allows two particles to behave as one, no matter how far apart they are; but this can only happen if the two particles have the same structure. Emerging from this phenomenon and others in quantum physics is the now widely accepted belief that there is a deep quantum interconnectedness among everything in the universe.
When the client places his or her hand on the NES input device, quantum entanglement is taking place between the client's body-field and the QED field set up by the computer. The client's field is compared with the map of the optimal body-field that is coded in the computer software, and since the structures are the similar, any deviations in the field can be noted almost instantly. Fraser and Massey were then able to determine how to correct damage to the HBF by returning the necessary information to restore the structure. NES does this via the Infoceuticals, which provide the corrective information directly to the body-field and the body.