As a massage therapist trained in energy kinesiology, I always listen to my clients when they say they have a recurrent muscle pain and they do not know why. Energy kinesiology is based on the 14 Chinese Meridian system. The energy flow of the meridians, “Chi” feed energy to the muscles and sometimes the “circuit breakers” of the meridian system are shut off due to too much physical activity, emotions, and eating certain foods. I recently had a client who came in for right calf pain for several months. The right calf muscles were very taut and hard. The client had been going to physical therapy for 3 months and said, he still had the calf pain. I was able to soften his calf muscles with trigger point massage and some energy work. At the end of our session, he said the calf pain had decreased. A few weeks later, he came in again. He told me, he stopped the physical therapy, but still felt some pain behind his right ankle (peroneus muscle). I did muscle testing to test the strength of his soleus, peroneus and gastroc muscle. It turns out his gastroc muscle was not engaging and tested weak. When I used the correction points to turn the gastroc muscle back on, the client said the ankle pain went away. The peroneus muscle was compensating for the weak gastrocnemis muscle. The client left pain free! If you have any questions, contact me by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
I recently taught a Touch for Health 1 class and one of the balancing protocols is to increase your visual field range by rubbing acupressure points under your clavicles, while placing one hand over your navel. My student told us in class that she could not see in the lower left quadrant of her eye since she was a teenager. She had a systemic bacterial infection that affected her visual field and she shared that it was a very emotional experience for her. As we were balancing her per the protocol, she realized she was seeing in that lost quadrant for the first time in 40 years. A simple 2 minute protocol is waking up her visual field range! Kinesiology is so simple and effective! I love experiencing and sharing these small miracles!
I am recently working with a psychotherapist, who is sending me clients who are stuck in sabotage issues. I am working with these clients by doing energy kinesiology sabotage clearing balances. The client and I set up a goal together and I balance their meridian energies to accept the goal. Together, we work on sabotage issues and clear them. The results after the kinesiology balances are feelings of being more peaceful and having more energy to accept their new goal.
I recently returned from an Alaskan cruise and I had a 3 hour time change. I woke up with a headache and I used a kinesiology technique called a “Time of Day” balance to reset my body’s time clock. The balance relieved my headache and helped me adjust back quicker to eastern time. It only took 15 min.
Did you ever think about the word, “Vacation”? To me it means to rest and to “vacate” your daily life routines. I loved taking this Alaskan cruise because it was a totally different environment… colder, great mountain views and watching whales in the ocean. I loved turning off my cell phone and my IPAD. I met people from all walks of life and I never mentioned what I did for a living. People had to meet and judge me for who I was…face value. I came back from my vacation grateful having had this special experience and I stopped sweating the small stuff that I used to worry about. I feel more centered and grounded. I can’t wait for my next vacation.
Just worked with a client for 2 hours who works 7 days per week. Did a touch for health kinesiology balance to accept a goal of relaxing and having fun. Used aromatherapy, meditation, grounding exercises, chakra balancing, massage, and cranio-sacral balancing to slow the client’s mind and body down. Just got feedback that the client rested and didn’t work over the weekend!
If you don’t take the time to rest and rejuvenate, you can’t be fresh and creative!
I am starting my journey to begin teaching self-help classes to the general public. It has been a journey to try to explain metaphysical techniques to the general public. Being raised with Chinese Medicine, and taught in the Western healthcare system, I have always balanced the two belief systems. Now, I add new dimensions of metaphysical belief systems in to the “mixing bowl”. As a practioner, I believe whatever works and is best for my client, then I use it! Some people think I am a little “woo woo”, but they respect my integrity and knowledge.
How many times do you hear from your friends, family and clients that everything has gone wrong because someone else did something? We tend to blame everyone else except ourselves, because we don’t want to see the truth. If we react strongly to a statement, it is because it triggered an emotion. Something said “mirrored” your own personal issues.
When someone tells me I am overweight, I have to face the fact that I put the food in my mouth. No one forced me to eat the food. I have to admit to myself that I stress eat, or as my friend, the psychotherapist calls it “self soothing with food”.
It bothers me to hear every excuse, so step up to the plate and take some responsibility. Acknowledge the error of your ways and then just work on changing your behaviors.
I have been teaching my business networking group about the “Law of Attraction” for the last few months. Each week, I stand up and speak about the different aspects of how you think has a causal effect. If you think about “scarcity”, then you will attract more “scarcity” in to your life. If you think only positive thoughts, then positive life events come towards you. I was looking at my overflowing bookcase, and I spotted an old book called, “Excuse Me, Your Life is Waiting” by Lynn Grabhorn. Years ago, I had no idea what she was talking about, and now the universe put it in front of me to read it again. Her perspective of the “Law of Attraction” is you gotta “FEEL IT, ALMOST TOUCH IT, TASTE IT, AND EXPECT IT”.
This is great advice for the control freak thinkers. We need to use our right brain too.
Here is my first post for my new blog. As a first time blogger, I needed help to decipher all these strange computer terms. I called my computer expert adopted nephew, Chuck who is much younger and a sometimes patient programmer to help me set this up. I am opening my personal views for the world wide web. Hopefully, this won’t return to haunt me, but life has to have some risks. The purpose of this blog is to share my journey on being over 50, female, asian, and my constant journey in to seeking life’s mysteries.
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