Surrogate testing | we can not do without
Strangely enough, my fellow practitioners only refer to surrogate testing as “muscle testing long distance”. When I look at my muscle testing practice I see many ways how I use surrogate testing. So I dare state that I can not do without it. My testing has many ways of incorporating surrogate muscle testing.
I love it to find the effect of surrogate muscle testing. To show what I mean, when I transfer a muscle test of an arm muscle (say “weak”), to a muscle test of an leg muscle. Only to find the leg muscle (first test “strong”) now testing “weak”, as if the information of the arm muscle was tranceported to the leg muscle. The mechanism I use – to make it possible – is retention mode or pauselock.
Notice I use the word “trance”-ported, because – for now – I only can relate to this mechanism as being a case of mental projection. You can explain what you like, but to me there is only the mechanism of the practitioner focussing on an issue and projecting it into the system. Now you might think, “this is where manipulation can occur”. This might be the case, but the objective practitioner when muscle testing will observe what goes and what not. Importent to this all is that the practitioner is aware of the “state of the indicator muscle”, meaning what is the startposition: “strong”, or “weak”.
Can you imagine the thrill I get, when I find the surrogate muscle test does not transfer. Only to find myself succeeding in making it work using corrective work after all.
In the same way we can address the information of any part of the body – or everything at all – to other parts of the body. Giving us the edge of working, changing and checking the information as we have made our corrections. The possibilities do not only apply to the example suggested in the inserted article.
When you have read this article with great intention you may find yourself looking for other ways and you will agree “we as muscle tester can not do without it!”