Kinesiology Tips

If you are having trouble feeling a positive and negative response in the circuit fingers, try switching hands; the circuit fingers become the test fingers and vice versa. Most people who are right-handed have this particular electrical circuitry that is used in kinesiology in their left hand. Left-handers generally have the circuitry in their right hand. But sometimes a right-hander has the circuitry in the right hand and a left-hander has it in the left hand. You may be one of those people. If you are ambidextrous, choose the circuit hand that gives you the clearest responses. Before deciding which to use, give yourself a couple of weeks of testing using one hand as the circuit hand to get a good feel for its responses before trying the other hand.

If you have an injury such as a muscle sprain in either hand or arm, donít try to learn kinesiology until you have healed. Kinesiology is muscle testing, and a muscle injury will interfere with the testing; and the testing will interfere with the healing of the muscle injury.

Also, when first learning kinesiology, do yourself a favor and set aside some quiet time to go through the instructions and play with the testing. Trying to learn this while riding the New York subway during evening rush hour isnít going to give you the break you need. But once you have learned it, you will be able to test all kinds of things while riding the subway.

Sometimes I meet people who are trying to learn kinesiology and are not having much luck. They have gotten frustrated, decided this isnít for them, and have gone on to try to learn another means of testing. Well, Iíll listen to them explain what they did, and before they know it, Iíve verbally tricked them with a couple of suggestions about their testing, which they try, and they begin feeling kinesiology for the first time—a strong "yes" and a clear "no." The problem wasnít kinesiology. Everyone, as I have said, has an electrical system. The problem was that they wanted to learn it so much that they became overly anxious and tense—they blocked.

So, since you wonít have me around to trick you, I suggest that if you suspect youíre blocking, turn your focus for several days, even a couple of weeks, to something completely different. Then trick yourself. When you care the least about whether or not you learn kinesiology, start playing with it again. Approach it as if it were a game. Then youíll feel the strength and weakness in the fingers.

If youíre still not getting a satisfactory "yes" and "no" after several weeks of trying, ask nature to help you learn and develop kinesiology. In fact, it can help you unjam the logs around this issue. Simply direct your focus to nature (nature intelligence) and state that you would like it to help you learn to do kinesiology testing. Also state that you would like to feel a clear positive and negative response in your testing. Then walk away from trying to test for the rest of the day and return to it in a day or two. Read the kinesiology steps and practice the testing. This time, pay attention to any intuitive "hits" you might receive about the testing and play with the information. Now youíll have success with feeling "yes" and "no."

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