Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Why Is My Perception Important?

A: Your perception of a particular topic in your life is the lens through which you view, think about, and feel about that topic. Perceptions are subjective. As a simple example, let’s say you had a bad experience with a dog and now you think all dogs are mean. You avoid them at all costs.  If that perception is something you want to keep, then you may, and that's your choice. However, if you always liked dogs before that bad experience and wish you felt comfortable around dogs again, you may want to consider reframing your perception about dogs.


Therefore, your perception about a topic is up to you. If you’re happy with the way things are going in your life, then that’s awesome! However, if there are topics in your life that you wish were different, perception reframing may be for you. Many people choose perception reframing if they self-sabotage, dislike their own self-talk, want to break old or stuck patterns, and want to embody who they really want to be.

Q: How Does An EVOX Session Work?

A: When you speak into the headset's microphone, your voice carries the energy of how you perceive or see the topic you are speaking about. The EVOX records your voice energy (not your words) and plots it on a graph called a Perception Index (PI). The EVOX then uses your PI to determine frequency signatures that are most useful to you. It then sends those signatures to the Hand Cradle as electrical impulses while you listen to relaxing music and think about the topic you are speaking of. This process is repeated several times during the session.

Q: What Can I Reframe On?

A: Technically, you can reframe on anything!

Here are some examples:


·        School

·        Money

·        Time




·        Family

·        Friends

·        A Specific Person

·        Communication

·        Affection

·        Values

·        Support System

Personal Development

·        Self-Love

·        Self-Esteem

·        Self-Talk

·        Self-Sabotage

·        Productivity or Laziness

·        Spirituality and Religion

·        Releasing Resistance

·        Reaching Goals

Work & Management

·        People (coworker, boss, etc.)

·        Planning

·        Job Searching

·        Work-life balance

·        Burnout

Physical Wellness

·        Weight Loss

·        Food or Diet

·        Exercise

·        Sleep


·        Sports or athletic factors

·        Focus

·        Doubt

·        Confidence

(This is not a comprehensive list.)