Body Scan

Body Scan in Applied/Specialized Kinesiology

The body scan in Applied/Specialized kinesiology is the first way to address any issue the client has. The reaction observed with the application of the muscle test used as with Applied/Specialized Kinesiology is an indication for presence of an issue or not!

Indicator Status – As you know by now Applied/Specialized Kinesiology is heavily relying on the indication of the muscle test observed while performing the muscle test. Agreeing on this notion, you now have to know where you come from, i.e. was the muscle test “weak”, “strong” or “blocked” before starting this part of the session. You may call this the Indicator Status. You need to know this because when you do not know the action of the Indicator Status you cannot identify any indicator change, as this is the different result from the muscle test from where you came from.

Your focus is crucial – The next step is your focus. Most of the time, you muscle test that issue where your attention is. How can you discriminate differently?! So you focus on a part and you muscle test. You recognize the indicator change. And you follow up with the next specificity you are interested in.

The Body Scan in action – Globally, you focus on the various parts of the body and you take notice of the indication changes. Most of the time you will find one outstanding indicator change that gives you reason for further investigation. Exceptions are not exclusive, sometimes there are more parts then one that need to be addressed. Taking notice of these areas, you can offer these areas separately with one area showing a priority change in muscle test.

Pause lock / retention mode – The later issue is by some Applied/Specialized Kinesiology practitioners strictly done with the use of the pause lock/retention mode. This is OK to do so, because you give the focus to that specific set of areas. I do this when I think this is necessary. And you guessed right, not always.

Circuit Localization – In function yet another name for pause lock / retention mode. The actions you perform are testing for an instance and linking the next testing to this test information. When there is a linking of importance you will notice an indicator change. If you notice no indicator change, do not think these two related instances are not affected (“in circuit”). They really are, yet the result of the information produced does not show above the threshold of the former. Therefore you notice no indicator cahnge.

Powers of Stress – This is special type of application of Circuit Localization. The goal is to relate an instance to itself, thus creating a situation like “a * a = a2″. In fact you can do this as long and manyfold until you find an indicator change. Meaning you bring an instance in stress about itself. You may want to use this way of testing when you are experimenting for new Techniques and Methods.

Therapy Localization – With Therapy Localization your goal is to learn the need of an instance to bring focus to. In other words, find out what needs to be fixed. It can be a thought, a spot on the body. You name it. Then there can be multiple instances that need to be addressed as a result from the Body Scan and then you do Therapy Localization for elimination. You bring the number of Therapy Localization hotspots back to one.

So in short, the Body Scan in Applied/Specialized Kinesiology is scanning the body to get the focus on that specific area on the body that needs attention using the muscle test (Any indicator muscle, that works fine, will do). The indicator change gives you as practitioner the challenge to follow, focus deeper on an instance and find the best way to correct this issue involved with this instance. And you know we offer corrections in all kinds of areas that fall under the categories: Body (structure, chemical, emotional), Mind/Thinking and Spirit.

Can you see the beauty of all the possibilities and the sheer different solutions the Body Mind Spirit Connection wants for each and every single issue. That is why this is Magick!!

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