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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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Pauselock magic


A pauselock is a method whereby we lock the information we just tested. In Applied Physiology you might “close a joint”, test and “open that joint”. Learn about the magic and working of a pauselock or retentionmode 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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Body Scan in Applied Specialized Kinesiology


The Body Scan in Applied/Specialized Kinesiology is the focusing on a specific area on the body and then muscle test. The indicator change gives you as practitioner the challenge to focus deeper on this area and find the best way to correct this issue. Continue reading

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Meaning of Weak in muscle testing


As you read how to do a muscle test, you learn to understand that muscle testing is a trust in yourself, a learning to rely on the motion (or not) that you will perceive. Something you will have to get familiar with as you start to practize muscle testing. Continue reading

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