If muscle testing can really save lives… How come you’ve never heard of it? Isn’t that what you are thinking? I know it is what I would have before seeing & experiencing it for myself. Above all, I think it is because it looks & sounds bats in the belfry… crazy.
In fact, the first time I ever heard about muscle testing I didn’t even understand it! I first learned about it 15 years ago. There was a book Biochemical Treatments for Autism that featured a chapter. I read that chapter 3 times & still didn’t get it.
Ultimately, I passed it off as “New-Age Californian Voodoo” or something you have t
o see to believe. However, I really don’t think “seeing it” is enough. I mean you really have to experience to believe it. Even then, you probably won’t believe it! If you are a logically minded analyst as I am, you could spend your entire life trying to wrap your brain around it.
How it works. Why it works. By what power, funky voodoo or magic?! Seriously, don’t overthink it ya’ll! You all will anyway. I know you will! But a child of about 6 or 7 can learn how to do it.
Muscle testing is known by a number of different names. You might hear it called Muscle Response Testing MRT or Clinical or Applied Kinesiology. But No matter what you call it… Muscle Testing is a simple, non-invasive, immediate bio-feedback test.
How a Simple Muscle Test Potentially Saves Lives
Simply put, this fast simple test can tell you if something is good, healthy, compatible or harmonious. On the other hand, it can tell you that which is bad, toxic or incompatible with us. Most Importantly, it is easy enough for a child to learn how to do it.
I personally think that all emergency workers & first responders should be required to learn it. Why…? Because quite honestly it can save lives! Every year so many people die from allergic reactions. If medical personnel learned to perform a quick muscle test, perhaps they could choose an alternative drug, supply or treatment plan. Plus, there are all those that die from drug interactions. Muscle testing could be an invaluable tool for helping uncover those types of issues.
In a study published in the International Journal of Neuroscience, (1998) muscle testing proved a high degree of correlation between applied kinesiology procedures used to identify food allergies and serum levels of immunoglobulins for those foods. Applied kinesiology methods in this study consisted of stimulation of taste bud receptors with various foods, and observation of changes in manual muscle testing that resulted. The patient was judged to be allergic to foods that created a disruption of muscular function. Blood drawn subsequently showed that patients had antibodies to the foods which were found to be allergenic through applied kinesiology assessment. Schmitt WH, Leisman G. Correlation of applied kinesiology muscle testing findings with serum immunoglobulin levels for food allergies.
For me, muscle testing is so ingrained in everything I do. In fact, you may see a lot of strange use of ” ” quotes in my writing. This almost always defines & relates to the actual phrasing during a verbal muscle testing session. Verbal muscle testing is a more advanced technique that I use regularly & will soon offer a course.
Additional Uses of Muscle Testing
I have come to accept that muscle testing is the closest thing to a crystal ball we will ever have in this life. Therefore it is the best tool in the decision-making process. For instance, it can be especially helpful when you have many options to choose from. It helps you quickly narrow in on the “BEST” or “MOST VIRTUOUS” option. So it is absolutely invaluable when you are overwhelmed with too many choices! These days who isn’t?!
There are so many things that muscle testing can help you discover about yourself. For example, it is the best thing I have found that helps find hidden sensitivities & intolerance to food. Plus it is perfect in determining the body’s nutritional needs. I use it to work up remedies & supplements. I test the foods I eat & beverages I drink. In fact, it is a personal goal to test everything I take inside or use on my body! However, to limit muscle testing to only the realm of food & eating would stifle its vast potential!
Years ago using muscle testing, I uncovered Darren’s (the hubby) weakness to wheat. Plus, his body kept asking that he energetically clear the “celiac pathology vial”. Therefore, I recommended that he see a GI specialist. To sum it up, I suspected he had a sensitivity or allergy to wheat & or gluten & told him so. 3 to 6 months later he was officially diagnosed with Celiac Disease.
I have too many muscle testing saved the day stories to count. In fact, over time this page is where you’ll find a collection of some of my best muscle testing tales!
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