The Beginning of Understanding Kinesiology
A workshop is a great place to start for the first time learner of Kinesiology and this workshop provides a comprehensive understanding of the basics of this exciting healing science. By discovering how Kinesiology works, how we heal and why we use muscle testing to monitor the neurological response gives students a great start in finding hidden emotional and physical problems.
More discoveries are made in this workshop about the nature of our defence systems and patterns and how we become “stuck” in these patterns and why we suppress things we cannot resolve.
From these neurological beginnings further discussions develop about what can be done about these conflicts, how their resolution relates to our defence patterns and why the inevitable resulting conflicts can be resolved.
In addition is the subject about how and why “CONTEXT” plays an important part in why conflicts occur and from there, how they can affect our health.
Let’s define some terms used here.
1 Defence: –
This is written up in many books but still the physiological effects on a person’s mental state coupled with the emotional impact of the overall experience of a traumatic event can be overwhelming. After the trauma, people then try avoid situations that can repeatedly “drop them in it” again. This is our defence mechanisms causing these actions (or reactions) with in us. We react rather than act.
Combine the energetic effects due to initial trauma, like tiredness, lethargy and so on and then illnesses can take hold. This causes the effected person to become more exposed to this secondary shock and trauma thus adding to, and becoming a secondary shock. These secondary shocks keep adding yet more trauma in a person’s life although are not generally well known or understood.
Our society often speaks of survival rather than about living, so we now learn through these traumatic events how much more energy we are putting into survival (read defending) rather than directly putting our energy into living!
2. Context vs Content: –
a. Context of an illness or injury: –
The symptom of our illness or injury is not “the problem”. The symptom is merely the body’s messenger reporting a problem within us. Eliminating the “messaging system” (say a pain relief tablet) at this first level of the so called “cause” is working at the acute level and is relieving the immediate symptom but maybe not the cause of the pain in the longer term.
So the pain relief tablet taken for persistent headache may relieve the pain in the short term taking away the acute level of pain, but as they say if pain persists see your medical specialist or natural therapist like a Kinesiology practitioner.
For long term healing we need to identify and work with context in which is why the problem is being maintained.
For example, a sports player may have a sore shoulder while playing tennis but not when they play golf. So the CONTEXT here which may be maintaining the “injury” would likely be something to do with tennis. Could be emotional, physical or mental, and so this “trauma” can now be worked on by a person qualified and experienced in Kinesiology.
b. The Content of an illness or injury: –
This becomes the path of discovery for the Kinesiologist to piece together the patterns, where the soreness is actually coming from, or the true cause of the pain. The practitioner tries to determine from the symptoms whether the cause is mental, physical, or emotional anguish, incongruent values or a combination of all of these things that is happening within the client or patient.
3. Values: –
Understanding that we are motivated by a personal values. We spending great deal of energy moving towards or away from set values.
When we are not or can’t be congruent with our personal values (read true to self), we are not living within the “Laws Of Healing” and the result is out of balance symptoms dis-ease and pain. Not nice – no fun, just surviving.
Training Our Neurology
Our health problems are maintained how to train your neurology (brain) to be solution oriented the emotional patterns of motivation and boredom, that influence our behaviours.
This introductory workshop is accredited by the Australian Kinesiology Association and forms part of The Kinesiology Certificate. Learning Kinesiology can be for personal interest or for Practitioner Qualification.
Easternview Education Centre 5 Ross Street, Fernhill NSW 2519