Category Archives: kinesiology

comments what is muscle testing and how does it work


Muscle testing can be done without going into trance! Who are they kidding? Trance is a normal state of being in everyday life. And suddenly you can start changing people without going in trance?! Comments on an article “What is muscle testing and how does it work?” by Jonathan Livingstone. Continue reading

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now | possibilities of the moment


Living in the now (present) gives you the possibility to experience altered states. Required for experience of these altered states is to have you neurological systems stress free. So energy can flow abundantly. Specialized Kinesiology can help you release triggers that block your neurological system. Continue reading

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Pitch Roll Yaw Skew


Applied and Specialized Kinesiology is about corrections offered to Mind Body Spirit to give it the possibility to function optimally. One of the many possibilities is visualization. This article lets the testperson recognize the pitch, roll, yaw or skew position of a problem the testperson test weak on. Continue reading

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Manual Muscle Testing | testing both arms and legs


Manual Muscle testing definitions and the necessity to test both arms and legs in applied and specialized kinesiology Continue reading

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Finger modes | hand modes | hand positions | kinesiology


On finger modes, hand modes in kinesiology. What are they and who invented them. Continue reading

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Surrogate muscle testing gives the edge


Surrogate muscle testing is a method we – as practitioner – use more frequently then we are aware of. Surrogate muscle testing gives us the edge to get information from systems tranceferred to a muscle test. The Body Scan proofs to be an ultimate expression of the Surrogate muscle test! Continue reading

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Switching in Kinesiology approached differently


Handling switching in Kinesiology a different way. Trust what your muscle test is showing and go from there! Continue reading

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True Nature of Muscle Testing and Kinesiology


In literature and under each other people always mix muscle testing and (applied/specialized) kinesiology as though they were one and the same. This blogging tells you the difference. Continue reading

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James Randi caught by the Subconscious


James Randi tries to expose muscle testing as fraude. Mistakingly assumes muscle testing IS applied kinesiology. Shoots himself in the foot, exposing himself to be ready for a homeopathic drop of ratpoison. The Subconscious was right, all the way! Continue reading

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Pauselock: Retentionmode equals Anchoring a State in NLP


Anchoring is a technique in NLP for reactivation of a specific emotion-thought at will. In Kinesiology we use Pauselock or Retention mode to anchor a specific flow of energy. It is stated both the anchoring technique and the Pauselock are based on the same notion. Continue reading

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