Find The Best Answers With Energy Testing
By: Lori Thayer
When you have questions where do you look for answers? There are so many options available these days, it can be really overwhelming. It was just last week I was at the grocery store staring at the amazing array of options and trying to figure out which one to buy. Where do you get stuck in making decisions?
Is it the small mundane items like whether to call your friend and ask for a favor now or send an email later. Maybe it is something bigger like which job offer to take. How do you make these decisions?
Often people guide us to write down lists of pros and cons. Maybe you do hours of research when making a large decision or flip a coin for a small one. What do you bet there is an easier way.
Have you ever tried asking yourself what the answer was? It is actually possible to feel an answer in your body. Recently we discussed listening to what your body is trying to tell you. We can take this one step further and actually ask questions.
Our bodies are an amazing system and include a lot of surrounding energy. This system knows more than our conscious mind can scarcely imagine.
The method of asking the body questions can also called applied kinesiology or muscle testing. Applied Kinesiology has been around since the 1960s. This technique has become quite common for chiropractors, nutritionists and homeopaths.
This video demonstrates how to energy test yourself using the sway test.
The day after I learned how to energy test myself I was eager to try it out and share it with other people. I was talking to a co-worker and told her how to do the sway test on herself. I had her test it out by using her own name and someone else's name to feel a yes and no answer. She was able to do this test successfully.
Then I asked her when my birth month was. We went through all twelve months. "Was I born in January" and so on. The only month she swayed forward on was August, which is correct. We both were pretty astounded!
A great place to use this technique is at the grocery store. Pick up a food you are considering buying and ask if this item is nourishing for your body or something to that effect. Nutritionists often use muscle testing to test for food allergies and supplements. This article has some good information about testing substances (i.e. food, supplements, etc) when you muscle test.
The next time you have a question. Try asking yourself for the answer. Let us know how it goes in the comments below or on facebook.
Lori Thayer is passionate about finding ways to simplify and enrich life. She also shares tips on connecting more meaningfully with others. She is excited to share these tips with you. Start now with the 5 Keys To Health & Happiness.