MY EXPERIMENT IN SURRENDER PT 2 – KINESIOLOGY
So, during my little experiment in surrender I made sure I explored other modalities of healing – partly to give me something to put my energy into but also because I’d finally gotten serious about my healing.
First stop, Kinesiology.
Before I go any further, let me tell you that even I was a little unsure/cynical about kinesiology. But when you are in a session it’s hard to deny the clear messages your body is sending. By my second session I felt light, floaty even. Like a weight had been lifted from my shoulders. I have felt less anxious and stressed and my physical injuries have improved.
I discovered some surprising, but profound things during my kinesiology sessiosn: On some deep level I didn’t believe in my own achievements nor did I feel proud of myself. Let me tell you – I should, I’ve worked hard and achieved alot. But still, I had this core belief inside of me that needed shifting. And shift it did. I was also sabotaging myself. Huh? Why, do we do this to ourselves. FEAR. Always, fear. And again, kinesiology has helped me accept and shift it too.
So, let’s take a look at Kinesiology – even the word is weird. I was going to detail, blow-by-blow my experience, but instead I’ve asked a professional to help. Let’s face it, this one is very complex and deserves to be explained properly!
I had my Kinesiologist, the lovely Kimberley Pipe, answer a few questions for you. Her explanations do it much better justice than what I would.
Can you explain what Kinesiology is in a way that everyone can understand?
Kinesiology is a method using muscle feedback and body awareness that can clear blockages in your body and help to reduce stress and pain, improving performance in all areas of your life, promoting good health and well-being.
Kinesiology uses the chi energy flow around the body, which flows through meridians. Muscles are indicators for these meridians.
Kinesiology works with this energy and taps into the body to allow it to heal itself. Our body has it’s own innate healing ability!
Why do you believe in it – what have you witnessed during sessions?
I have had Kinesiology sessions for 12 years and it has changed my life. Kinesiology really resonates with me because it deals with all aspects of our lives – emotional, physical and nutrition and the results I get never cease to amaze and inspire me.
The reason I believe in Kinesiology is because I can see how the body reacts using different testing on different areas of the body – particularly when you are also thinking different things. Because I can also show the client this, there is something visible you can see and measure.
I have had sessions with clients where they have completely transformed their lives. I have one client who achieved everything she set out to do at her first session. I went to see her perform and she told me I had such a huge part in her success.
What are the benefits of kinesiology? And who can benefit from it?
The benefits of Kinesiology is that it can heal any aspect of your body and mind. Whether it is emotional, physical or biochemical (nutrition). Kinesiology can help you shift old patterns, which may be holding you back, to allow you to create the life you want to live, and achieve what it is you want to in life.
Kinesiology is for any layperson. It is individual to the client’s problems, issues, blocks and life experiences.
How did you become a kinesiologist and why?
I first stumbled across Kinesiology in 2003, in my hometown of Auckland, New Zealand. I thought that it was the most beneficial and effective modality I had experienced.
Moving to the UK shortly after, I took the opportunity to really immerse myself in this healing art, and in so doing, discovered a valuable and effective tool for dealing with issues.
Continuing in my personal development, and working closely with other Kinesiologists I realised that I, too, had a drive to help people achieve the most out of their life, by helping them to overcome obstacles and trauma.
I have my Certificate IV and Diploma in Kinesiology and studied at the Australasian College of Kinesiology Mastery.
Alot of people think it’s a bunch of voodoo how would you convince someone of the power of kinesiology?
The role of the Kinesiologist is to act as the mediator when there is a breakdown in communication between the body and the mind.
I would show them an example of muscle testing, which is evidence in itself and nothing beats an actual session.
Anything else you want to add?
Since I became a full time Kinesiologist I have not looked back. Every day I get to see the power of people and the amazing doors that Kinesiology helps open.
So, what do you think? Are you intrigued by Kinesiology? Or have you already experienced amazing results? I would love to hear your thoughts and get a different perspective or learn from your experience.
Saha to you,