Q-Link: What Is This Thing?
I got the opportunity to try out a Q-Link and decided to do it. The literature on this pendant says that, by tuning your biofield, it can help you get more energy, less stress, greater focus and improved well-being. Who wouldn’t want that?
Here’s a quote from the booklet: “Worldly stressors—such as flickering computer monitors, irate bosses, cell phones, emotional stress, tabloid television and traffic jams—cause the biofield to become more chaotic and incoherent. That’s why it’s essential to recharge. Q-Link products tune up your biofield through a resonant effect that harmonizes your energy and helps you to navigate smoothly through a stressful world. Think of the Q-Link as a tuning fork that reminds your biofield of it’s optimal functioning state.”
It’s a great time to give Q-Link a try. Work is going full tilt for the summer and it’s set up to be even more busy (which also means stressful) than last summer so stress reduction would be good. The Chelsea Challenge tournament is this weekend and, of course, hockey goes on year around and better focus and more energy on the ice would be great.
As part of the try-out, I took a test, the Q-Link Challenge. It’s a quick and easy test of cognitive performance. I took it last night and I did pretty well as the results below show.
My attention score is pretty darn good and I think it will be hard to improve that. The motor speed accuracy could use some help and the global performance has room for improvement. It’s hard for me to tell if the reaction time is good or not since all it says is “lower is better.” In two weeks I’ll take the test again to see how the scores change.
So I’m wearing the Q-Link for at least two weeks and we’ll see what happens. I don’t know if I believe in this or not. Does Q-Link work? Is it just a lot of new age mumbo jumbo? I’m game to find out if there’s any noticeable change. Stay tuned…