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Ryan Whetten

Alpine, Utah

​Tel: 801-980-0187

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Frequently Asked Questions

If you have read "The Emotion Code," you have gained an understanding of "Proxy Testing." In case you need to refresh your memory, I have excerpted portions of "The Emotion Code" below for your review:

When someone has been given authority to act for someone else, we commonly refer to the authorized person as a proxy. A proxy is someone who acts as a substitute. In proxy testing, the proxy temporarily “becomes” the person being tested. By voluntarily putting themselves into the position of standing in for someone else, a proxy can be tested as if they were the subject of the testing, allowing their body to be used to benefit the subject. Proxy testing is most useful when you want to help someone who is not present or who is inaccessible for some reason.


When you release trapped emotions from someone at a distance, it is literally a form of remote or distance healing. Although remote healing has not been incorporated into Western Medicine, it has been practiced both anciently and in modern times by those who practice The Silva Method, Qigong, GungFu, Reiki and other respected techniques.

What is Proxy Testing and how is it done?