Kinesiology discovering relationships that conflict

Kinesiology Training – Discovering Relationships in conflicts.

Finding what relationships are in conflict is a primary way of getting to an Integrated State. What do I mean by the term “Integrated State”? Well, our nervous system is designed to function in a certain way and if we are clear on what that is then nothing is a surprise.

We are continually using ourselves as a self-reference and additionally reading other people, examining what they do what and what they say. We are always trying to assimilate our own references to be able us to find some better way of doing our own life and attempting to establish an integration within ourselves to what we regard as our own Set of Values. These values of course other people have as well; but we are expressing these values in our own unique way always trying to improve our lot.

Identifying that this is (a) and this is (b) within us, doesn’t matter, however if (a) and (b) are not working together properly, particularly in our subconscious then that’s a problem.

However in different people, 1 is not always related to 2. It may be related to something entirely different. We like to follow logical steps, 1, 2, 3, but in doing that we can miss a whole lot of other possibilities; so procedures becomes necessary to remove conflicts thus allowing an integration to occur and result in a lack of conflict in our own values.

Kinesiology procedures are the framework to allow us to discover what our genetic system is doing. In exercising this framework, we need to look for what else is happening within the person? We may need to find these other things to help the person resolve the problem.

Kinesiology technicians see and use techniques. They learn them and repeat them over and over. In Kinesiology we are not teaching you to be technicians. By now you have enough techniques, but you should think as yourselves as being the artist. The artist learns the techniques, but then applies these to lots of possibilities, always looking for more of how the clients systems are functioning or more importantly what systems are not functioning as they should and what systems are not functioning as they should.

Kinesiology Artistry allows the expression of values. Techniques help us to sort out what values are in conflict within a client, but they can never be absolute, so it’s an ongoing process of learning. In Kinesiology you are applying whole of life techniques to become the artist. If you become hooked on just the techniques you won’t become the artist.

The artist is always producing a one off, something not reproducible. The technician is always looking to reproduce the same thing. Techniques can never satisfy all possibilities which are why technicians need more and more techniques. Even using the same techniques the artist can produce different outcomes sometimes unexpected.

If we are just monitoring muscles we are doing a technique. The point is – we are not monitoring a person muscles, we are interacting with that person. We are setting up a new relationship with that person and they are relating with you – and in that relationship certain things will come up. That person can go and have a session with another practitioner and totally different things will come up. That happens because it’s a different relationship.

The Integration and the relationship formed with a client during a session is part of the nature of neurology. Our nervous system is designed to function in a certain way and if we are clear on what that way is then nothing is a surprise.

Kinesiology practitioners have influence with the client? We influence each other just by being together in this group. Here we are becoming the artist in how to direct that influence. We can have an influence on that person in the way that will give them the most benefit.

Because the tools we are using are genetically based tools, they are going to have an effect regardless of the influence. Whether the person accepts or utilises those techniques is up to them – not us. So the influence we have must be outside the techniques. That’s working in the context that is applicable to the nervous system. The nervous system responds to things that it can use. Through the muscle checking they choose what they can use, not us!

Our genetic systems are not just the proteins that make the gene. It is the vibration that each gene carries; all packed together to makes us a composite of the different energetic vibrations. The sunlight, the noises around us, the food we eat, the company we keep, all our senses; all are an influence in how we function in that environment.

Everything is not energy, but we have a set of energetic filters that we use at an energetic level to identify our environment and how we function in that environment. Example: when we walk through a garden we feel better – this is a genetic response. By applying genetic techniques when working with our clients we know something can happen. So we are giving our clients lots of options and allowing them to find out what will perhaps happen with them when they accept those options – that’s genetics.

Subconscious is the closest connection to genetic function – not conscious. You can even equate – conscious with techniques and subconscious with ancestry. Most people aren’t even aware of their subconscious.

Identifying both ends of the relationship is about finding a resolution of a relationship. A technique often identifies one end of a relationship but not necessarily the other and this then can allow the person sidesteps the real issue, so the person doesn’t deal with the real issue and that’s why techniques can be suppressive – they just hope they can find the other end.

We need to identify relationships and do what we can to find both ends. Conflicts in relationships usually begin in genetics because we start with a genetic base – a base that is common to everyone. On top of that is their inherited genetic stuff – things we inherit from our parents as part of our birth. We know that inherited genetic stuff is a process common to everyone, but we don’t know what the content is, so incorporated in Kinesiology are Procedures are mechanisms to identify the process and the content and find out when and why that relationship is causing a problem.

Time helps here (Age Recession, Life Reference Period etc.) to identify when the process of inheriting something is causing a problem. You don’t even have to know largely what that content is when you have the context. So with the introduction of Context within Kinesiology, we are miles ahead in being able to find, even if not consciously, the other end of that relationship.

It is possible for students using Kinesiology procedures as a series of techniques to have missed the point. If they realise that it is a series of techniques that is leading them to become artists, then they can become good practitioners because they then get the concept that anything is possible and NOT that anything fixes anything, but that anything is possible and they have a method of determining what those possibilities should be.

We learn as we growing up, that if we don’t follow 1 to 2 to 3 etc., we get punished, so some people are using the process to be safe – but this is a fear and can be a lead in to frustration. Our Innate Intelligence shows the relationships between your Intelligence and Fears and gives you lots of way to access then. Not doing it right is not the problem – the FEAR of not doing right is the problem.

We are not dealing with the conscious mind all the way through Kinesiology, that’s why we have to start with the genetics. We are dealing with the conflict. Where did the conflict come from? The genetics are taking the person one way and their belief is pulling them somewhere else.

Conflicts – It’s the conflict that’s going to be challenged, not the compensation. Your own judgments come in and say don’t do it that way, it should be done this way instead. Often these judgments are a dangerous position to take because they are too easily problem oriented. “I need to get rid of my symptoms – give me a technique” the client say. The practitioner responds with “Here is a technique”. But does this resolve the conflict? Very occasionally it can but this is not the usually the case.

Conflict Example: You see a person who should be doing (a) in life, it’s what he is most suited to, but he is doing (b). You say “why aren’t you doing (a)”. He says, “because my father said I’d never be any good at (a)” – And you believed him! He now has instant conflict that goes on for all his life. Using the Kinesiology approach, highlights of these conflicts can happen. We need to be aware of (look for) these conflicts and refocus to find the best solution.

Conflict Example: A person having trouble learning – shows they have had a conflict between what they want to learn and what they have had to learn. A person’s truth is always with them. We can’t teach them their own truth only they can do that. What is it that is stopping them from discovering and expressing their own truth? These obstacles are often unknown by the subconscious and using methods and techniques outlined in my Kinesiology Training Classes can identify not only the mechanisms of the compensation patterns, but the context and the values that they are trying to live out and what is we do are helping them to get back to normal with kinesiology.

The Viscera. This is an area highly overlooked. It has been investigated by American Alan Beardall. In his manuals on muscles, he has visceral points for each muscle. Bernard Jenson has explained the significance of investigating the viscera, regularly stating that all disease comes from the viscera of the organs. He sees that when people do a toxin cleanse, the last stage before complete absence of symptoms, is the removal of mucous from the viscera. Bernard Jensen’s therefore feels that if the mucous stage is the last stage of recuperation, then the problem must have started with the mucous membranes – and that is the viscera.

The viscera hold all the organs and glands in place. We don’t have a thyroid the size of a liver, or a kidney the size of a spleen because the viscera regulate the size and pressure of the organs. Everything in our body has a container to it.We cannot improve on it by thinking about it consciously; we actually have very little direct control over it. As a part of our unconscious response to the damage we do to ourselves on a daily basis, our ability to recuperate plays its role according to certain laws of nature. Recuperation is an attempt to help us become aware of the laws of nature and how to position ourselves to take full advantage of them. In our conscious attempt to do the best we can in life and to increase the quality of our life, having a clear understanding of the principles of recuperation may be a great asset.

Recuperation is a natural part of our genetic make-up.
There have been, and still are, many pioneers of the research into the effects of the principles of Recuperation. The effort put into the recuperating arts could never be covered fully by thousands of texts. From ancient times Aristotle, Paracelsus and other greats have influenced the development of recuperation through their powers of observation. Taking a common sense look at the function of human behaviour reflects the nature of the laws that governs our recuperation. Some of the ‘greats’ that have influenced our contemporary approach to recuperation include Samuel Hahnemann, the father of Homeopathy, from his observation of the effects of the use of Homeopathic preparations has made a large contribution to this work with his identification of the principles of Recuperation.

Bernard Jensen is known for his fine work with clients and the massive education of people to the things necessary in achieving and maintaining recuperative ability. His teaching of Iridology has become the basis for an expansion of the Naturopathic industry and the development of many forms of Iridology. Kinesiology has led to many new applications of Kinesiology techniques. The first of these new applications was Touch for Health by Dr. John Thie, followed by Bio-Kinesiology developed by John Barton, Educational Kinesiology by Dr. Paul Dennison, three in One Concepts by Gordon Stokes, Daniel Whiteside and Candace Callaway, and Applied Physiology by Richard Utt, All of the above in a relatively short period of time.

It was not until they had made an enormous paradigm shift in how he and other practitioners were later to approach the application of these laws and Kinesiology, that he realised the potential of this model. It showed that to be able to include all the needed references when working with a client we had to know what context/s we were working in. This led to the realisation that if the correct values were associated with clients. The Model of Universal Principles proved to be a symbolic model not only of the contexts involved in any human endeavour, but also began to prove itself via other sources. This structure is the same as that which Buckminster Fuller describes and uses as the basis for his geodesic domes.

This of course is all based on his triangulation mathematics which even today describes the structure of the atomic shells and even describes the mechanism of radioactivity, where other theories have yet to do the same. Kinesiology Training – Discovering Relationships in conflicts. Finding what relationships are in conflict is a primary way of getting to an Integrated State. What do I mean by the term “Integrated State”? Well, our nervous system is designed to function in a certain way and if we are clear on what that is then nothing is a surprise. We are continually using ourselves as a self-reference and additionally reading other people, examining what they do what and what they say. We are always trying to assimilate our own references to be able us to find some better way of doing our own life and attempting to establish an integration within ourselves to what we regard as our own Set of Values. These values of course other people have as well; but we are expressing these values in our own unique way always trying to improve our lot.

Identifying that this value or that value within us, doesn’t matter, however if one value is not in harmony with say another two values and are not working together properly, particularly in our subconscious then that is a problem. The Kinesiology clinic work I do and train others to do is a way of discovering relationships that are not working together as they are supposed to. This pre-concludes that there is a pre-existing set of relationships and that there are logical steps to follow. That is there is a relationship between all these values and their relationships are not always the same.

However in different people, say have both values are not congruent and maybe related to something entirely different. We like to follow logical steps, one two and three but in doing that we can miss a whole lot of other possibilities; so procedures becomes necessary to remove conflicts thus allowing an integration to occur and result in a lack of conflict in our own values. Kinesiology procedures are the framework to allow us to discover what our genetic system is doing. In exercising this framework, we need to look for what else is happening within the person? We may need to find these other things to help the person resolve the problem.

Kinesiology technicians see and use techniques. They learn them and repeat them over and over. In Kinesiology we are not teaching you to be technicians. By now you have enough techniques, but you should think as yourselves as being the artist. The artist learns the techniques, but then applies these to lots of possibilities, always looking for more of how the clients systems are functioning or more importantly what systems are not functioning as they should and what systems are not functioning as they should. The Kinesiology Artistry allows the expression of values. Techniques help us to sort out what values are in conflict within a client, but they can never be absolute, so it’s an ongoing process of learning.

In Kinesiology you are applying whole of life techniques to become the artist. If you become hooked on just the techniques you won’t become the artist. The artist is always producing a one off, something not reproducible. The technician is always looking to reproduce the same thing. Techniques can never satisfy all possibilities which are why technicians need more and more techniques. Even using the same techniques the artist can produce different outcomes sometimes unexpected. If we are just monitoring muscles we are doing a technique. The point is – we are not monitoring a person muscles, we are interacting with that person. We are setting up a new relationship with that person and they are relating with you – and in that relationship certain things will come up. That person can go and have a session with another practitioner and totally different things will come up. That happens because it’s a different relationship.

Recuperation is a natural part of our genetic make-up. We cannot improve on it by thinking about it consciously; we actually have very little direct control over it. As a part of our unconscious response to the damage we do to ourselves on a daily basis, our ability to recuperate plays its role according to certain laws of nature. Recuperation is an attempt to help us become aware of the laws of nature and how to position ourselves to take full advantage of them. In our conscious attempt to do the best we can in life and to increase the quality of our life, having a clear understanding of the principles of recuperation may be a great asset.

There have been, and still are, many pioneers of the research into the effects of the principles of Recuperation. The effort put into the recuperating arts could never be covered fully by thousands of texts. From ancient times Aristotle, Paracelsus and other greats have influenced the development of recuperation through their powers of observation. Taking a common sense look at the function of human behaviour reflects the nature of the laws that governs our recuperation. Some of the ‘greats’ that have influenced our contemporary approach to recuperation include Samuel Hahnemann, the father of Homeopathy, from his observation of the effects of the use of Homeopathic preparations has made a large contribution to this work with his identification of the principles of Recuperation.

Bernard Jensen is known for his fine work with clients and the massive education of people to the things necessary in achieving and maintaining recuperative ability. His teaching of Iridology has become the basis for an expansion of the Naturopathic industry and the development of many practitioners. Kinesiology has led to many new applications of Kinesiology techniques. The first of these new applications was Touch for Health by Dr. John Thie, followed by Bio-Kinesiology developed by John Barton, Educational Kinesiology by Dr. Paul Dennison, three in One Concepts by Gordon Stokes, Daniel Whiteside and Candace Callaway, and Applied Physiology by Richard Utt, All of the above in a relatively short period of time.

It was not until they had made an enormous paradigm shift in how he and other practitioners were later to approach the application of these laws and Kinesiology, that he realised the potential of this model. It showed that to be able to include all the needed references when working with a client we had to know what context/s we were working in. This led to the realisation that if the correct values were associated with clients. The Model of Universal Principles proved to be a symbolic model not only of the contexts involved in any human endeavour, but also began to prove itself via other sources. It’s structure is the same as that which Buckminster Fuller describes and uses as the basis for his geodesic domes.

This of course is all based on his triangulation mathematics which even today describes the structure of the atomic shells and even describes the mechanism of radioactivity, where other theories have yet to do the same. Kinesiology Training – Discovering Relationships in conflicts. Finding what relationships are in conflict is a primary way of getting to an Integrated State. What do I mean by the term “Integrated State”? Well, our nervous system is designed to function in a certain way and if we are clear on what that is then nothing is a surprise. We are continually using ourselves as a self-reference and additionally reading other people, examining what they do what and what they say.

We are always trying to assimilate our own references to be able us to find some better way of doing our own life and attempting to establish an integration within ourselves to what we regard as our own Set of Values. These values of course other people have as well; but we are expressing these values in our own unique way always trying to improve our lot. Kinesiology procedures are the framework to allow us to discover what our genetic system is doing. In exercising this framework, we need to look for what else is happening within the person? We may need to find these other things to help the person resolve the problem. Kinesiology technicians see and use techniques. They learn them and repeat them over and over.

In Kinesiology we are not teaching you to be technicians. By now you have enough techniques, but you should think as yourselves as being the artist. The artist learns the techniques, but then applies these to lots of possibilities, always looking for more of how the clients systems are functioning or more importantly what systems are not functioning as they should and what systems are not functioning as they should. The Kinesiology Artistry allows the expression of values. Techniques help us to sort out what values are in conflict within a client, but they can never be absolute, so it’s an ongoing process of learning. In Kinesiology you are applying whole of life techniques to become the artist. If you become hooked on just the techniques you won’t become the artist.

The artist is always producing a one off, something not reproducible. The technician is always looking to reproduce the same thing. Techniques can never satisfy all possibilities which are why technicians need more and more techniques. Even using the same techniques the artist can produce different outcomes sometimes unexpected. If we are just monitoring muscles we are doing a technique. The point is – we are not monitoring a person muscles, we are interacting with that person. We are setting up a new relationship with that person and they are relating with you – and in that relationship certain things will come up. That person can go and have a session with another practitioner and totally different things will come up. That happens because it’s a different relationship.

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