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Using Organ Clock Programs

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Organ clock programs probably is one of the most misunderstood settings in iMRS systems (iMRS, Omnium1 and Prime). While the early intention of naming programs as organ clock has to do with associating the bio-circadian rhythm of our body, it can actually be interpreted in other way that is easier for people to understand and apply in day-to-day usage. This KB offers some tips on this.

Alternative Description/Name for Organ clocks


MorningBeta (13-25Hz). For use in Focus, attention, sports preparation (warm-up). In quick/fast start programs, this is the “Activation

NoonAlpha (8-12Hz). Relaxation, de-stress, creative thinking, and meditative. In quick/fast start programs – this is “Relaxation” and “Performance“.

EveningTheta (4-7Hz). Deep meditative & dreamy state, mental disassociation, sports recovery. In quick/fast start programs – this is the “Regeneration” program.

NightDelta (0.1-3Hz). Sleep, deep relaxation. In quick/fast start programs, this is the “Sleep” program.


Facts on Organ clocks:

  • iMRS Organ clocks has to do more with bio-circadian rhythm instead of our internal organ clock according to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). So, in other words, it has no direct relationship with our internal organ (i.e. lung or liver) frequencies nor activating them, though any PEMF simulation will always have impact to our internal organs.
  • You can use any organ clocks outside of the recommended (automated) schedule, as long as you aware of it’s impact to your brainwave (& mental state). For instance, using morning organ clock at night may stimulate your brainwave and make you difficult to fall asleep, or using night organ clock during day time may make you sleepy.
  • You can run multiple sessions with different organ clock one after the other. For instance, you may run a session of 8 minutes using Morning organ clock, then follow immediately with another 8 minutes of session using evening organ clock, or in any permutation. Just note again, the intended mental effect may not be clear-cut in this case, with the last session will take stronger effect (i.e. evening program – relaxation, deep meditative state may result even if you run a session with morning organ clock before). It’s always recommended to sequence this in a run-up or run-down, i.e. morning->noon->evening->night (run-down, good for night/evening time) or night->evening->noon->morning (run-up, good for day time or start of day)
  • The localized app (Pad & Spot) for targeted treatment is actually using the “Evening” organ clock, but instead of sawtooth waveform in full body Mat, they uses square wave for stronger impact.
  • While the manual published only single frequency for each organ clock, the actual number of simultaneous frequencies generated due to pulse modulated effect of the signaling are much more, including the base/accompanying frequencies. iMRS is using a base frequencies range of 64-192Hz.
  • Different frequency range have slightly different effects for different conditions. In general, higher frequencies delivers more “energy” into the body. i.e. Morning program deliver more energy vs. Night program at the same intensity level and duration. Discussion of specific treatment frequencies is beyond the scope of this article.
  • If you are extremely sensitive to electromagnetic field (EMF) or experience strong side-effect when using the system, you can switch to “evening” or “night” organ clock even during day time use. It has lower frequencies and hence, lower energy density. This applies to those who have chronic and weak body conditions that may prefer lower stimulation level, if sensitive (intensity) level is still too high for normal use. Always try with lowering the intensity level and duration first.
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