Achieving Goals – Do a Kinesiology Goal Balance
Many people set goals and do not achieve them. There can be many reasons for this. Often a major reason is to do with subconscious programming in the body which prevents this. There is a very simple, powerful technique from Applied Kinesiology which can correct this. It is called the goal balance.
Here is what you do:
1) As usual, test supraspinatus and anterior deltoid muscles. Correct if not in balance (if they go weak).
2) As usual, do the four other pretests, without which any muscle test is invalid, namely:
– Central meridian
If you don’t know how to do any of the above, I teach all of this in the DVD training system, Perfect Health with Kinesiology & Muscle Testing.
3) Write the goal down on a piece of paper. It is best if goals start with “I have…”
Make sure it is worded in present time, as though it is true right now:
* NOT “I will have a 140 pound body”.
* Instead write “I have a body that weighs 140 pounds.”
4) Have the person lie on their back. Lay the paper with the goal written on it, on the person.
5) Retest both Anterior deltoid muscles. If they stay locked (strong), the person has no problem with achieving this goal. They should now take action. But if the muscles unlock (go weak) as often happens, then obviously there is a problem somewhere. Now you will do what is called “balance it out”. I teach this also in Perfect Health with Kinesiology & Muscle Testing. Here is what you do, while the paper is still on the person –
Immediately after the muscles unlock (go weak), pull their feet apart. This “locks in” the weakness.
Do the three corrections for Supraspinatus, to rebalance the Central nervous system. That is, rub the neuro-lymphatic points front and back, hold the neur-vascular points and run the central meridian.
Now retest both Anterior Deltoids. If they are locking (strong), you have been successful.
If they are still unlocking (weak), do Emotional Stress Release on the person. This may correct the imbalance.
If that still does not correct the imbalance, use finger modes and muscle testing to identify the cause of the imbalance. Again, I teach how to do this in Perfect Health with Kinesiology & Muscle Testing.
It would also be an extremely good idea to muscle test to see how many Wernicke’s commands the person has that are preventing them from achieving the goal, and then remove them.
Sometime soon after I learned kinesiology, and began to realize the immense power the body has to make itself perfect, I read somewhere that some time eons ago, women had control over their bodies. They only got pregnant when they wanted to. And they had no more than a teaspoon of blood during their periods. I don’t know if that is true or not, but some of that rang true for me. I was rather tired of my periods, which had grown to about five days long with medium flow. I decided that I would do a goal balance and get rid of them altogether.
My mother very wisely suggested that I should first ask the body if that was a good idea. So I did, and it turned out that periods do in fact serve some purpose. My body told me through muscle testing that the optimum for it was a period of two days duration, of light flow.
So, I then did a goal balance. I wrote something like “I have periods that last only for two days, of very light blood flow.”
The amazing thing was that my next period was only two days long, of very light blood flow! Over a decade later, it still lasted only about three days long, and I never had the more heavy flows that I used to have. I needed to use only a couple of pads and a number of tissues for the whole period.
MORE INFORMATION ON ACHIEVING GOALS
It can help enormously to make a goal happen, to write it down. This can work miracles. Please read this article that tells you about this in l.
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