Sensory Metrics


The term biometry is derived from the Greek words ‘bios’ (life) and ‘metron’ (measure). Human biometrics can be defined as the measurement of the body’s physiological outward expression. The rise of new technologies in the second half of the 20th century to measure and evaluate physical or behavioral characteristics of living organisms have become the mainstay of modern medicine and are almost totally relied upon to diagnose and treat just about every known disorder. Electroencephalography (brain), electrocardiogram and heart rate variability (heart), galvanic skin resistance and temperature (skin), and basal metabolic rate (metabolism), are just of few of these technologies in current use.

The need to protect and secure people and places has also given rise to another use of the word that relates more to measurements and analysis of physical traits in order to verify, validate and confirm a person’s identity. Whereas these uses of human biometrics seek to identify the unchangeable static traits of a person that always remain the same, the diagnostic and therapeutic uses of the same technologies can be used to measure and evaluate the dynamic characteristics of unique personality traits.

While the term biometric precisely describes a person’s physiological output, it only encompasses the material domain. While it can be argued that biometrics also encompasses the mental/emotional, it is relying purely on physiological responses to discern the data collected.

We use the term sensory metrics to include the mental, emotional and spiritual aspects of a person’s expression or outward radiation, in addition to the physical cues. It is a collective term embodying the energies that facilitate change in accordance with will, which we chose to imply the journey of consciousness from origin to destiny. Sensory metrics involves both the inner senses like emotion and spiritual receptivity as well as the outer ones like sight, sound, smell/taste and feeling and other sensory mechanisms.

Thus, the metrics sensory analysis would suggest the science of measuring, analyzing and processing the unique resources required to achieve mastery and dominion over reality, and, in our case, includes iteration or feedback of the same. This is the essence of the term sensory metrics.

If one considers biometrics to be somewhat of an emotion engine for encapsulating the goal of determining physical and mental health, sensory metrics can be seen as an awareness engine to extend it into the additional (mental & spiritual) domains we assess and address.

Sensory Science

In order to effect true and lasting positive change two things are required. A decision must be made as to what level of reality the change is going to be administered. The illustration below shows how all of the things we observe in physical reality are nested within a multi-level structure.

The current allopathic medical establishment treats mostly at the molecular level of reality, by utilizing chemicals and drugs to effect quick change. However, as you can see from the diagram above, molecules are made from atoms that are made from particles, which are made from vibrating strings, which exist as complex frequencies. This is currently the limit of science’s ability to theorize the origin of matter.

Figure One: The Nested Structure of Matter

Everything in the time domain we live in vibrates to a specific frequency or set of frequencies. The equation that describes such a complex wave says that the complex wave C equals:

C = Real x Cosine x Frequency + Imaginary x Sine x Frequency.

The complex vibrations shown in the nested structure of reality above break down further into actual and potential components, called real and imaginary by engineers and physicists. The actual parts originate from sources not unlike the intangible expressions of a musician or player whereas the potential components are inherent within sources similar to the tangible aspects found in an impersonal instrument. These real and imaginary aspects are called automata, and they are the smallest, most indivisible components of reality. At this level of reality, everything is homogenous. The only discrepancy in this domain is the differences between the actual and potential parts of the reality. Treating at this level avoids having to deal with all of the various physical, mental/emotional and spiritual aspects.

Resolving the difference between the real and actual components of oneself can lead to the Grand Unification of Real and Imaginary, shown above as a mathematical equation,

Figure Two: The Grand Unification of Real and Imaginary


Square root of + 1 = Real

Square root of – 1 = Imaginary

And reads…”any real thing taken to the power of its own imagination results in unity and wholeness…Oneness!

Whereas biometrics is primarily used as a means to analyze a patient’s metabolic state or level of attention or assess an individual for the purpose of healing or customizing the gaming experience, sensory metrics provides a continuous stream of transliminal (1) stimulus to effect transformation upon them, replete with its several side-effects of profound relaxation, expanded perception, enhanced awareness and increased creativity, as evidenced by our past experience with its use among thousands of people. Association of duality resolves the difference and releases the tension caused by the stretching of the polarities. This tension is the cause of all distress and dis-ease.

Of course, the medical industry is going to demand double blind “proof” of this, and we have several different possibilities to do that in the future, when the time comes. However, for the present moment, we are focused on those individuals who are interested in transformation, self-mastery and quality sensory experiences involving light, sound, color, music, aroma and vibration.

They say that perception is nine tenths of the law, but in truth, it’s closer to 100%. Consciousness is that part of us that perceives reality, and the only connections it has to the inner and outer environments are the sensory mechanisms, both internal and external. The sum total of a human being’s sensory experience is known as the sensorium and it determines the way in which their world is perceived.

Sensory science is the science of the human sensorium and its conscious evolution. Our mission is to help positively change the way humans perceive reality by providing them with techniques and technologies that can expand their inner and outer senses so that more of the “big picture” can be experienced, while simultaneously giving them the opportunity to resolve and balance the three different energies of life…physical, mental/emotional and spiritual…to help them “come to their senses”.

The way we sense the world determines how we perceive it. The technique we use to see things determines how we detect, di