Monday, January 18, 2010

Kinesiology and Natural Knowing Part 1

Testimonials speak volume and because I get so many inquires about what specifically I do I have decided to post a article/testimonial written by Emily Dixon and I have posted a link to a testimonial about my work  by Master Dhyan Vimal  ... i

Kinesiology – the energetic modality
Part 1
Kinesiology is an energetic modality that uses muscle monitoring to determine imbalances in the body and its meridians. Using feedback from the muscle test, these imbalances are corrected through techniques with origins in a range of modalities: from Chiropractice to Traditional Chinese Medicine to Homeopathy to Acupuncture.

Over a few sessions the kinesiologist will help the client identify a series of goals. These might be aided by reinforcements such as: nutritional supplements, stress release techniques, Bach Flower remedies, acupressure, chakra balancing, light touch, firm reflex massage, suggested lifestyle changes and more.
The kinesiology balance or correction the client receives depends on the feedback from the muscle test. So in a sense, the client’s body tells the kinesiologist what it needs to return to a state of health.

So, what really happens during a session? Being in the position of the client can be a unique experience. Strange emotions can come over you when you are being treated. I have been susceptible to random uncontrollable laughter and moments of extreme grief whilst on the massage table. While your energy is being balanced you are not simply thinking of a time of stress – you are energetically there.

Emotional detoxification
So, anything can happen. It is not as though you are out of control, however. You can choose to express whatever feelings you wish to during a session. It also depends on how comfortable you feel with your practitioner. 

The first time I had a kinesiology session I walked out of the session feeling a bit dizzy, extremely relaxed and in a total state of euphoria. I couldn’t get the smile off my face. As they say, I felt like a million bucks. Since then, my session outcomes have ranged from the gentle to the intense. Kinesiology is a bit like an emotional detox.

There are many pieces of research and much evidence to support the true healing potential of energetic modalities like kinesiology, but as a client and student practitioner, I have come to observe several defined precepts in action.

The concept of ‘cellular memory’
Cellular memory as illustrated by Carroll in [1]Cellular Memory, is the concept that “the cells in the human body contain clues to our personalities, tastes, and histories”, independently of genetic codes or brain cells. That is, everything that has ever happened to us is recorded in the cells of our body, and remembered - like files in a computer.

Dr Bruce Lipton, PhD, is a cellular biologist who specialises in the study of cellular memory and epigenetics, or the study of heritable changes in gene function that occur without a change in the sequence of the
DNA.  This translates to - how the environment turns genes on and off to control the behaviour of cells.

In his video: The New Biology – Where Mind and Matter Meet, Dr Lipton examines the notion that every human on the planet contains the genes for almost every disease imaginable. However Bruce estimates only five per cent of the population actually inherits genetic DNA. So, if only five per cent of people inherit genetic disease, why is illness so prevalent in our society?

Dr Lipton recently made the incredible discovery that when the protein that surrounds DNA is stripped away, the DNA is rendered virtually inactive. So what turns our DNA on? Cellular memory is the name for the concept that our thoughts and beliefs influence our cells – right down to DNA level. So, our thinking has an effect on our physical bodies.

This means that the five senses are constantly receiving information from sensory perception, and this information is transforming the subconscious mind, which is in turn creating our external reality. This occurs without our awareness. So, what information are you feeding your subconscious?

·         [1]           Cellular Memory,
            Carroll, Robert Todd. 2002.
            The Skeptics Dictionary. Nov. 12 2002.

this article was originally written by Emily Dixon

PART 2  in my next blog.

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