Muscle testing is a way of using your body as an indicator for a 'yes' or a 'no' response to identify and rectify imbalances within the system.
It is a form of applied kinesiology, which anybody can do, because it uses your subconscious, electrical system and your muscles. When looking at subconscious beliefs, nature answers your yes/no questions by projecting a positive energy or a negative energy into the electrical circuit that you have created by your fingers especially for the muscle testing.
Whenever you say or think something that resonates as true with the subconscious mind, the electrical and magnetic fields around the body actually become stronger and as a result the muscles also become stronger.
Similarly, when you say or think something that resonates as false with the subconscious mind, the electrical and magnetic fields around the body actually become weaker and as a result the muscles also become weaker!
For example, if you are a man and your name is Bob, and you state “I am a man” or “My name is Bob”, this will resonate as true with the subconscious mind, and your field and your muscles will function strong.
Conversely, if you state “I am a woman” or “My name is Amy”, this will resonate as false with the subconscious mind, and your field and your muscles will function weak.
Because we have this excellent, built-in tool to ask 'Yes' or 'No' questions of the subconscious mind, we can access information about health directly from the source - directly from the computer storage center that is your subconscious mind. This is similar to doing a search on a computer hard drive, all you have to do is know what you are searching for, and the answer will be shown to you almost immediately.
There are a few different way of muscle testing, as follows.
Always start by having a glass of water - the brain chemistry and body needs to be hydrated for this to work.
1. Put your thumb and forefinger together and hold tightly, palm facing up, resting the back of your hand comfortably on your leg or a table. Your thumb and forefinger form a ring, a bit like the relaxation/yoga pose.
2. Make a ring with the thumb and forefinger of your other hand and interlace this through the first ring, and try to pull through. The fingers making a ring should stay together.
3. Say the words 'yes, yes, yes'. Try pulling through the ring. Your fingers should be strong. Do the same for 'no, no, no'. The ring should break apart.
4. Repeat this with the statement of 'my name is ....[your name]'. The fingers should stay strong. Repeat with 'my name is ... [someone else's name]'. The ring should break apart.
5. Repeat for 'I am a man'. Try pulling the fingers apart. If you are a man they should be strong, which indicates a 'yes', if you are a woman they should come apart, which indicates a 'no'. If not, have some more water and try again. Repeat with 'I am a woman' and test the fingers.
You should now clearly have a strong/weak response to yes/no, and can now muscle test effectively. Check the Trapped Emotions Chart to see if any relate to you.
Start by having a glass of water.
1. Stand up, become centered and balanced within yourself.
2a. Say the words 'yes, yes, yes', and see which way your body naturally leans, slightly forwards or slightly backwards.
2b. Say the words 'no, no, no', and see which way your body leans.
Generally, leaning forwards is a positive or 'yes' response, and leaning backwards is a negative or 'no' response, but some people are the opposite, so make sure you know which is right for you.
3a. Say 'my name is ....[your name]' and check your body is leaning the right way for a yes answer.
3b. Say 'my name is ... [someone else's name]' and check your body is leaning the right way for a no answer.
4a. Test this again with the statement 'I am a man', and see which way your body leans.
4b. Repeat for 'I am a woman' and see which way your body leans.
If you are a man your body should lean forwards, indicating a 'yes'. If you are a woman, your body should lean backwards, indicating a 'no'.
You can now go on to test the Trapped Emotions Chart to see if any relate to you.