Muscle Testing: Obstacles and Helpful Hints Paperback – June 3, 2015
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I found this a wonderful, concise description of muscle testing that I can recommend to friends. This is a quick read with adequate information on effective use of muscle testing AKA energy testing or "applied kinesiology" (terms not mentioned). It does not drag or bog down, just describing how it works, how to do it, and how to keep from doing it wrong.
I have not had consistent success previous to this book with any testing utilizing finger tips or hands, perhaps because I do not feel confident in my own ability with them (I acknowledge the second point in obstacle number 8). I have used the leaning self test for years and have fine tuned it to know which muscles are involve in the leg and can do it in any posture, sitting for example. I did however very much appreciate learning the bent elbow self test which I learned and used quite easily as soon as I read the description section of it.
I greatly appreciate this handout length "book" so I can point other people to it when I would like something to help validate any introduction of the topic to friends and acquaintances. I also appreciate that there is nothing too vague or ethereal in the brief explanation, describing that muscle testing works by the electrical energy flowing or not flowing in a muscle. I was very interested to learn some new ways and viewpoints on inhibitions to successful muscle testing outcomes.
*I was however perplexed why a basic energy testing obstacle I have seen, namely dehydration, was not mentioned. If this was discussed I would give this book all five stars. Electrical energy does not flow well when there is low conductivity. Hydration for good conductivity in the body is needed, water as well as electrolytes (such as sodium, potassium, and other minerals...a good source is Celtic style sea salt). A dehydrated person does not usually get/give satisfactory definitive testing results. It can also be hard to bring a dehydrated person out of reversal for long even using some of the techniques mentioned.
I got this "booklet" free and hope it stays free as a great way for to introduce others to the author and her other books, which are being beneficial in my life.
I also enjoyed learning about the author's story and background with EFT in the back.
Anyway, this little book is great! It provided several techniques that work for me.
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Straight forward and complete.