Our emotions have an undeniable impact on our physical state. When those emotions affect our different organ systems and become “stored” there, the result can then be the manifestation of symptoms and disease. Kate Robinson, CNHT, CCHT goes through a muscle-testing demonstration with a client, providing explanations to Dr. Michael Karlfeldt’s questions for viewers.
Dr. Karlfeldt: With me I have Kate Robinson and also Pamela Fendike. And we are going to do something called Applied Psycho Neurobiology. And that is the way to access what’s going on inside, the subconscious. If there’s any kind of belief system or traumas, or anything that can impact the physical well-being. Right?
Kate Robinson, : Yes.
Dr. K: What is APM? How would you describe it?
KR: Like you said, it’s connecting with those psycho-emotional traumas that have happened throughout our lives. Some of those we may not even consciously be aware of. And through the muscle-testing we can access those traumas that may not come up in a counseling session, for example.
Dr. K: So you are actually able to tap into something that is subconscious, through muscle-testing and be able to target and pinpoint that?
KR: Yes. And then go in and release it, so it’s not affecting the body in a physical way.
Dr. K: Wonderful! With Pamela, how would this look like? For a testing session.
KR: Okay. So Pamela, I would start by muscle testing you. I’m going to have you bring your arm straight up. And match my pressure. And so I’m going to go through what I would call the emotional organs. In Chinese Medicine, the organs that hold the most emotion. So I’ll test thyroid, the lungs …
Dr. K: And the way you set it up right now, is she is supposed to be in a parasympathetic state. So, a weak arm is normal.
KR: A weak arm is good, is normal.
Dr. K: So, when the arm goes strong, that’s when we know there is a concern.
KR: Yes, correct. So I’m testing the liver, and the gallbladder, the heart, and the intestines.
Okay. So ovaries and the liver is testing, and kidneys.
Dr. K: So those are the ones where the arm goes a little bit strong. So then we know that is the concern, actually. Which is almost opposite from what people are used to, when they’re doing muscle-testing, they think that strong is always good.
Dr. K: But the way we set up, it’s the opposite.
KR: Right. So it can be confusing. So with the liver, I’m going to have you open your eyes, Pamela. And I’ll have you look down here at my fingers. And this is kind of just a double-checking to see if this an emotional issue.
And so the arm goes weak. So it’s changing and holding my hand on the liver, when it was strong. And then with her eyes looking to the side, it goes into a weak arm again.
Dr. K: So then we know there’s a trigger showing up there, its an emotional factor.
KR: There’s a connection. Yes.
Dr. K: So she could be dealing with liver issues, and working on the liver all the time, and in fact, it’s an emotional factor that’s holding the liver being in a deceased state, or weak state.
KR: Right. And so you can do all you want to address the physical component, but it may not get better. And that can be really frustrating for people. And so then, by addressing the emotional component, just releasing that emotional trauma, and all of a sudden you can see people heal really quickly.
Dr. K: And then all of a sudden this physical intervention you’ve been doing, let’s say liver … milk thistle is something that’s very good for the liver. Then all of a sudden it starts working because you’ve released the emotional aspect that’s held the emotion or held the weakness in the liver, so to say.
Dr. K: Can you then, figure also, out what kind of emotion it is in the liver?
KS: Yeah. So I will have Pamela bring her arm up. The reason I’m having her look those different ways, I’m also going to do some color therapy, and look and see what glasses test. So whatever that emotion is, is filed in the brain. And those files in the brain are also color-coded.
And so we can kind of bring that file forward, by having you wear a pair of glasses that are that color. Or the color you’re testing for.
Dr. K: Along with eye movement?
KS: Along with eye movement.
Dr. K: Okay, great.
KS: So now I’m going to test for glasses, and see what comes up.
Dr. K: So you can actually test it by looking at the color then?
Dr. K: Okay, wonderful.
KS: And then, I’ll look at the color. And then I’ll just double-check, and then put the color on the body. Just double-check always. And so, that’s testing.
So now I’m going to have Pamela put these glasses on. A pretty shade of purple.
And then with my fingers, I’m going to have you follow my fingers. And the movement that tested.
Dr. K: Okay, so this way it’s kind of reinforcing that file box, with those emotions, so to say.
KS: Yes. And so we’re just bringing that file up. And go ahead and just close your eyes. And I’ll just do a quick laser.
Dr. K: And you just scan it slowly over. And what does that do?
KS: It just helps the whole process. It communicates to the whole system, “This is what we’re dealing with.”
Dr. K: Okay. Because laser transmits information. So just transmitting the information then to the whole system. So the whole system can then work together then, to release that trauma.
KS: Yes, correct. And so then I have some target organs, and unresolved feelings that we can test off of.
Dr. K: Okay, so cool. So you have all these different emotions that go to the different organs. So let me see what we’ve got here. So liver for instance, you’ve got anger, frustration. So there’s a bunch of different emotions you can test.
Dr. K: And also then, test, and see where they’re coming from.
KS: Yeah. We can test what emotion if it’s her emotion comes up. We can test if it’s her emotion, or if she’s actually carrying it for a family member, a parent. Or if even, she’s been carrying it since the womb.
Dr. K: So you can actually pinpoint and see exactly where it’s coming from, with muscle-testing.
KS: And when she made that agreement or that belief. Whether she was in the womb, or if she was 10 or 20, or we can test all the way down to the time that she made that decision.
Dr. K: Well, thank you very much. This was wonderful.
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