Muscle Testing vs. Dowsing
Question: How is this use of muscle-testing (to “get accurate answers for things you know nothing about … PROVIDED you are open-minded to the answer, do pretests and have a quality clear question”) different from the use of the pendulum, L-rods, hazel twigs, or other forms of dowsing?
Very simple. When dowsing etc. you are relying on your OWN spiritual powers, or as some would say, by demons to give you the answer. If it is by demons, that is why sometimes it works, and sometimes it doesn’t.
Kinesiology gives you the same answers, no matter who is doing the testing (unless the question is one of the more bizarre types) PROVIDED they do it correctly, which many kinesiologists do not.
If the kinesiologist does not do all the pretests (including switching, blocking and dehydration) the test is null and void. And if the kinesiologist does not have a 100% open attitude to the test, the test is null and void. If the kinesiologist thinks they know what the answer is to the test, and thinks anything other than “is there a lock?” when testing, the test is null and void.
When muscle testing you are talking DIRECTLY WITH THE PERSON’S brain. The brain is a physical computer, not an piece of etherical spirit or a demon.
By the way, I don’t believe that SELF muscle testing works very well. Because the tester is getting involved with the results. And a broken computer cannot test itself.
There is an electrical signal between the brain and every muscle, all the time, IF the body is in balance. This can be physically measured. It has been recorded with frogs for example.
This signal is meant to help the body work properly. For example, when you walk and swing a leg or arm forward, that muscle will be receiving electrical signals from the brain and be “turned on”.
These muscles will test strong in this position.
When the leg or arm is BEHIND you the signal is “turned off” and will test weak in this position.
You can show this with the simple pretest to see if a person is blocked. Go to any muscle. Let’s say the Quadriceps, the strong muscle running down the top of your upper leg.
First, the kinesiologist puts it in a position that will isolate that muscle, so that ONLY that muscle is involved in that movement.
Then test. It should be strong.
But now you can MAKE it go weak. You go to the belly of the muscle, in the middle, and push it together, as though you are trying to shorten it.
Now test. It should be weak. This is because the brain now thinks the muscle is too short, and tries to lengthen it. (If it doesn’t test weak, the person is what we called “blocked” and a correction needs to be done to unblock them. People usually get blocked from drugs or too much emotional stress).
A tip if you get muscle cramps: Most people try to lengthen the muscle if it starts cramping. This is the opposite of what you should do. The brain already thinks the muscle is too long, which is why the muscle is shortening. Instead, go to the belly of the muscle and SHORTEN the muscles. The cramping will, in my experience, almost immediately.
Standard type muscle testing is very scientific, in that it is based on things which can be measured and reproduced.
Again, kinesiology is different in that now it involves TWO people. The testor, and the one being tested.
And it is talking directly to a physical thing – The Brain – Which is a super powerful computer which knows what happened to the body.
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