The #1 thing I get asked by clients during our work together is….how do I seem to pick up on exactly what’s going on, and why — after they’ve been trying to figure it out for sometimes many years? My clients are always surprised at how I can often sense deep levels of their ongoing challenges; and how I intuitively know the best way to peel the layers back to clear them. Some make jokes that it feels like I know everything that’s going on in their head, even when they may not. Fear not, I don’t at all…promise!
What does happen though, is I get strong intuitive hits about what’s really going on deep down, sometimes in places they can’t yet access. I get a feeling or see a picture or sometimes even hear words that help lead me to exactly the right place. It’s always easier to figure someone else out though, right? I definitely don’t do it as easily for myself!
While I have a natural knowing that allows me to receive answers, I also have a way of asking a client’s body directly (and, unlike me, it really does know everything!!). I use a dowsing rod that provides feedback on changes in the nervous system in relationship to certain events and emotions. It is often hard for us to place the origin of our emotions, what they mean in a certain situation, or the best energy therapy techniques to clear them — because sometimes we don’t even know what the real issues are.
How can you do what I do? Try it!
While I use the dowsing rod with clients, there is a really good way that YOU can figure out what’s really going on when you’re trying to sort out an emotionally difficult time — self muscle testing. The way your energy flows through your body (including muscles) in relationship to certain statements, ideas or emotions can give us really clear answers on what’s happening. We can actually test our muscles, or rather the energy running through them, to find out what emotions we resonate with. There are many different ways of self muscle testing.
Once you use muscle testing to crack your “emotional code” and find out what your body is really feeling, it makes you more effective because you can actually work on the real problem creating the emotional imbalance instead of spending energy on something you may have thought made logical sense — but wasn’t THE issue.
How many times have you felt angry or sad and thought it was about one thing, only to realize later it was misdirected and that person or thing really had nothing to do with why you were walking around like a grump?
While this is not usually the self muscle testing technique I teach, the sway test is easy to learn on your own at home and easy to practice.
Effective self muscle testing
Knowing self muscle techniques is only half of the puzzle though. Asking the right questions is what makes the difference in being able to gain useful information. This is one of my favorite things to help people with.
If you don’t ask clear, specific questions, you won’t get the feedback you need to start clearing and move forward. I can’t emphasize the importance of how you ask questions enough.
Learn these skills at my workshop!
I’ve decided to dedicate part of my August 4th workshop in Monterey, CA to helping participants learn:
- a simple energy balancing routine to make sure your body doesn’t give “off” answers
- self-muscle testing (we’ll learn several techniques so you can choose whichever one you resonate with most)
- how to formulate the most effective questions to crack your own “emotional code”
This combination will help you learn in a way that will provide accurate answers. This will be an important tool we use to navigate our workshop topic:
Self muscle testing will allow us to see what emotions and limiting beliefs are really tied up in why we have some of that negative self talk. What you discover versus what you think is going on might surprise you.
I’m so excited to dedicate a chunk of time for this important topic. I’ve been mulling over it for weeks now and have now gotten so many inquiries that I have a strong internal “yes!” to add it. It’s only going to allow us to clear more quickly and deeply than if we were navigating only what we were consciously aware of.by