Find out what’s in your Subconscious Mind, at home

Using your muscles, we can find what events or emotions “weaken” or “strengthen” your body. This process is called applied kinesiology, but often referred to as “muscle testing.” It’s simply a really cool way we can ask your body questions and get clear answers – like a telephone to the subconscious mind.

Try a simple muscle testing technique yourself now. Although often people pick this up easily, it may take some practice to be accurate and consistent. Just keep at it though and you’ll find a whole new way to communicate with your body. If you have trouble standing, this can be done in a chair.

Find out what’s in your Subconscious Mind, at home

1.Stand or sit up straight with your feet pointing directly forward. Ensure both feet are directly forward and neither are slightly turned either in or out. Relax your body with your hands down at your sides.

2.Now you are ready to perform an accuracy check: To make sure you are getting an accurate response, first make a statement or hold a thought in your head you know to be true like “My name is Sue Smith” (but use your name of course). Then state something like “My name is Bob White” (something that is not your name).

Sense the response of your body for each — you should either feel yourself being gently pulled forward for a “yes” response, or repelled back signaling it’s not true or your body is not in resonance with that, which would be a “no” response.

3. Now you can begin asking questions using the sway test. Some examples of the way you might ask questions related to your emotions would be:

  • Am I feeling agitated because of a work situation?
    If you get a yes, then you can continue asking specific questions like, “Is this something someone said to me?” “Is this something someone did to me?”
  • Am I feeling agitated because of something X person said?
  • Would it be beneficial for me to talk X person to get some clarity on this issue?

Using your muscles, we can find what events or emotions “weaken” or “strengthen” your body. This process is called applied kinesiology, but often referred to as “muscle testing.” It’s simply a really cool way we can ask your body questions and get clear answers – like a telephone to the subconscious mind.

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