Truth or Dare, Power or Force

Posted by Marjolein Brugman on Wednesday, September 20, 2006

Kinesiology is a relatively new diagnostic science that has clinically proven that human beings are able to distinguish truth from falsehood, good from bad and positive from negative simply by measuring the reaction of a muscle.

Muscle testing is simple: You need two people, the tester and the testee. The testee stretches out his or her arm parallel to the floor and makes a statement. The tester pushes down on the wrist of the testee with two fingers. If the statement is true the arm will remain strong and parallel, if the statement is false the arm will be weak and drop under the downward pressure of just two fingers.

I challenge you to try this technique with fierce determination: To start, the testee should say "my name is (state real name)", after which the tester should push down on the outstretched wrist of the testee. The arm will remain strong, as the statement is obviously true. Now the testee should say "my name is (make up a name)". The arm will be weak when pushed as the statement is obviously false. The testee does not have to speak the statement out loud and does not even have to be the one to ask the question. The technique is foolproof and will effectively test emotions, foods, situations, statements and ideas that are good, true and positive or bad, false and negative.

Let me give you an example:

I am in the market and can't decide which melon to buy, Honeydew or Cantaloupe.

I touch the Honeydew and say, �This is the melon I should buy." My arm is weak.

I touch the Cantaloupe and say, �This is the melon I should buy." My arm is strong.

Cantaloupe is the melon I should buy. If your arm is weak for both, test other melons or change fruits.

There are limitless uses for Kinesiology. Using this technique can help you make everyday decisions as well as guide you in times of uncertainty and stress.

Here's another example with more potential impact:

I have a stomachache. I just ate a wholewheat, ham, tomato and cheese sandwich.

I say, "My stomachache is being caused by food poisoning." My arm is weak.

Next I say, "I am allergic to something I ate." My arm is strong.

So I'm allergic to something in the sandwich. I have to test the food I just ate.

I say, "Ham is good for me."

I hold a piece of ham in my hand. My arm is strong.

"Tomatoes are good for me."

I hold a tomato in my hand. My arm is strong.

"Cheese is good for me."

I hold the cheese in my hand. My arm is strong.

"Bread is good for me."

I hold the bread in my hand. My arm is weak.

Then I say, "I am allergic to wheat bread." My arm is strong.

Finally I say, "My stomachache comes from the wheat bread." My arm is strong.

Then I know not to eat wheat.

It's that easy and you will be amazed at the accuracy of Kinesiology as you try it out in different areas of your life!


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