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 to 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 Beyond Neurology clinic, and the 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, and, there is a relationship between all these values but, their relationships are not always the same.
However, in different people, say have both values that 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 become necessary to remove conflicts thus allowing an integration to occur which will result in a lack of conflict in our own values.
Beyond Neurology 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.
Beyond Neurology Artists are then a step up from a Kinesiologist who mostly use techniques to achieve outcomes for their patients. But what if these techniques do not work for a particular person; what’s next. From a medical perspective, a doctor will enlist the help of a specialist, in other words a step up from what he or she can treat.
Technicians see and use techniques. They learn them and repeat them over and over. In Beyond Neurology we are not teaching you to be technicians. By now you have enough techniques, but you should think as yourselves as being the artist, to become really expert in what you understand and then can do.
The artist learns the techniques, but then applies these to lots of possibilities, always looking for more of how and why the client’s systems are functioning or more importantly what systems are not functioning as they should. The Beyond Neurology 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 both for the practitioner and the client or patient.
In Beyond Neurology 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 again. The technician is always looking to reproduce the same thing that is unique to every client or patient they see. Techniques alone 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, the artist – and in that relationship certain things will come up. That same person can go and have a session with another practitioner and totally different things will come up. That happens because they have established a different relationship with that practitioner.
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.
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Article by Val Walters