Rarely in history does a person discover such a powerful truth that it opens up a way to help everyone to improved health and well-being. In 1964, Dr. George Goodheart, D.C., I.C.A.K. achieved this. He discovered the principles of what he called 'Applied Kinesiology' which uses muscle testing to 'read' the unseen energies, conditions, and activities of the body. The brain sends signals to the body via the spinal cord which control every function. Between each vertebra of the spine, there is a bony passageway called the Inter-Vertebral Foramina (I.V.F.), through which all spinal nerve impulses and other unseen energies flow to the organs and limbs.
Nerve electrical impulses have been known and observed universally by doctors and practitioners of all branches of medicine. Dr. Goodheart identified an additional four energy flows previously unknown to health practitioners: Cerebrospinal Fluid (CSF) flows up and down our spine, Acupuncture Meridian Connector (AMC) in acupuncture the use of needles balances these energies), Neuro-Vascular (NV) electrically moves blood around, Neuro-Lymphatic (NL) electrically moves lymphatic fluid around which is our 'river of health'.
In 1980, Brian H. Butler B.A., D.O., F.A.S.K., formulated the concept of M.C.P.E. (Mental/Emotional/Spiritual, Chemical/Nutritional, Physical, Energy). The 'Yin Yang' in the centre of the diagram represents the God-given Life-force that enlivens the mind and triggers every breath and heartbeat from birth to death. Practitioners of this art/science of M.C.P.E. work with the seven factors of the IVF pathway (as above) energies of Nerve, NV, NL, AMC, CSF, Nutrition, and Emotions; and other aspects of health. This enables all conditions of the unique whole person to be addressed simultaneously, making a complete examination, and offering the appropriate treatments.
All qualified T.A.S.K. practitioners offer sessions in 'M.C.P.E. Systematic Kinesiology' which is unique among complementary modalities. The use of the amazing tool of Kinesiological muscle testing taps into the mental/emotions, biochemistry, physical structure, and energetic aspects of the body. Our experience and skill is in knowing where to look, and what to look for. In this way, the client's body reveals the imbalances that need correcting. Kinesiology takes the guesswork out of healthcare. Everyone is different which is why many modalities work for some people and not others.
When imbalances are corrected, clients begin to experience changes in their health and a profound improvement in their sense of well-being.
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With M.C.P.E. kinesiological muscle testing, it is possible to look at the condition of the whole person rather than just the symptoms. This is important, as quite often the root of a problem is not where pain/discomfort/symptoms lie. For example, 'irritable bowel syndrome' (IBS) could be an emotional issue, and/or a food sensitivity, lack of regular exercise, or a combination of all three. Frequent infections could be due to underlying hormonal imbalances, or a lack of certain nutrients and/or stress. A structural/painful issue in the lower back maybe caused by straining to lift heavy objects, an inappropriate sleeping position, and/or an imbalance in the intestines. Headaches may originate from eating certain foods, or a structural jaw imbalance, or neck muscle tension, and so on.
Here are some common conditions that are not 'diseases' as such, which can usually be ameliorated, improved, or even resolved, using M.C.P.E. Kinesiology techniques, especially when coupled with some minor changes in lifestyle.
Most clients feel a benefit even after the first consultation and treatment. Depending on the reasons for clients attending, they may expect to see good results and major changes after 3 to 4 sessions.
Systematic Kinesiology looks at, and balances the whole person, which enhances the health and well-being. It takes the guesswork out of healthcare and allows you to become the hero of your own and others health.
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