One of the more popular (and powerful) types of gs background is the Energy Line. It is used in the healing of physical, mental, and emotional problems. Let's start with a little biology lesson. The human body has a physical energy field, and it is the interaction of this field with that of the mind that creates the “chakras,” or centers of energy around the body that resonate at different frequencies.
The first step to using the energy field of the body as a healing tool is to get rid of the chakras. In order to do this, you need to use a binaural track using one channel on each ear; two channels on each ear; and three channels on each ear using a different binaural beat rate. Next, fade both channels out to the point where they just barely cover your head. This is the channel that will be playing a channel of a gs background subtraction sigma curve with a frequency of about 2.3 kev/s. The other channels can all be played at different frequencies, but you should focus mainly on the channel where the gs curve will be created.
The next step is to fade in the high frequency energy field, or chi, into the lower frequency energy field. This is done by playing a gs background subtraction sigma curve of about 2.3 kev/s onto the low frequency channel of the chakra network. The lower frequency channel is typically easier to access because it is closer to the surface of the body. Finally, fade the high frequency chi out to the point where it blends into the background. You should have a peak energy level of about two or three times that of the norm.
Once you have accomplished this task, you should play a gs track that has a gs curve of exactly two channels that are similar to your original channel. You should also fade in the two channels together, as if they are not separate objects. The reason for this is so that the average chi that is extracted remains roughly at the norm. Your goal is to extract more energy from the energy line by reducing the high frequency component.
Next, you should plot the squared sigma lines for the chakra energy network. The width between the lines should be roughly half that of the norm. You should then draw a line from the peak of one channel to the peak of the other channel, or to the average of both channels. This is the frequency level that you now want to play with as your range of freqs. From this point on, all that is left is to find a good mid-frequency that you can apply to the nh scale.
What if your mid-frequency turns out to be far too high? The problem is that you can't just apply any mid-frequency to the nh scale, since it is a complex series of high and low frequencies. Instead, you have to find another source of sigma data that will agree with the mid-frequency that you just derived. In other words, you have to find a set of chisq data that are close enough to the norm for your desired sigma band to be in agreement with your chosen chakra frequency.
There are two ways to do this. You can use the mean energy line (MEL) that is found in refractive harmonic theory. The MEL shows how the deviation of an object from the average plane of existence is associated with the frequency. If the deviation is large enough, then there will be a pronounced plus sign in the plotted area. When this is combined with the chakra frequency, you will see a good match.
The other method is to use the bg sigma curve. The bg sigma curve is useful because it is actually a bi-lateral curve which gives rise to a reflection. This reflection tells us about the waveness in our space-time coordinate system. The reflection that you see on the bg sigma line shows the deviation of a body in reference to the average plane of existence. When you take the sigma measurements, the reflection that appears on the bg sigma curve will be very similar to the chakra mid-frequency that you obtained using the mid-frequency methods outlined above.