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Evox Emotion and Perception Therapy

Aug 31, 2020 11:00AM ● By Gisele Rinaldi Siebold

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The Evox System is designed to work directly with a client’s personal perceptions. Perception is the way we feel and think about different events, people or other aspects of our lives. In many cases, we are not even consciously aware of everything that we perceive, or how those perceptions affect us.

The Evox uses the voice to create visual maps of a client’s perceptions about specific topics, like health, relationships, work or athletic performance. The client speaks about any topic and the Evox records the energy of the voice. The voice energy is then plotted into a perception index (PI). The PI gives the client a visual image of their perception as it pertains to the topic discussed. 

Clinical trials and experience have shown that most perceptions are static. This becomes especially undesirable when perceptions are dysfunctional in any way. For example, a golfer may always approach the ball in the same way, and thus reach a performance plateau. At a conscious level, she may learn better techniques, but at a subconscious level she is still bound by the perceptions she carries about her golf game or about her ability to master it. In other words, her golf game remains static. In a case of relationships, a person may repeatedly attract destructive behaviors. This is the result of a static perception that perpetuates dysfunctional outcomes regardless of a conscious desire for a healthier relationship.

In the Evox, a static perception can be reflected when speaking about a single topic multiple times that result in a PI that is the same or very similar. With the Evox system, it is possible to quickly and painlessly shift or reframe perception at both a conscious and a subconscious level. Perception reframing allows for a more mature or functional reality and can be used to improve any aspect of human performance. 


Aqua Blue Wellness Center, located at 50 Keystone Court, in Leola. For more information, call 717-656-8615 or visit