Accessing the Bathroom Trauma
What is Body Dowsing’s Cornerstone Technique?
Someone lies on their back on a massage table or a carpeted floor, and you gently move their feet in a Figure Eight “infinity” pattern.
You’re feeling for muscle twitches (minor muscle contractions).
When the left foot twitches, it’s a male trauma.
When the right foot twitches, it’s a female trauma.
Just remember, “A woman is always right.” Right?
Here’s a sample Body Dowsing case (slightly edited and abridged for instructional purposes).
Me: “How did you stub your toe?” It was his right toe, and it was black and blue.
He: “I was running for the bathroom.” His right foot twitched.
Me: “Was a woman involved?” I asked the question because his right foot had twitched.
He: “Well, my daughter was bogarting the bathroom, and I really needed to empty my bladder.” His right foot twitched again.
Me: “You stubbed your middle toe, That’s the Kidney Toe, not the Bladder Toe. Were you pissed off?”
He: (laughing) “You bet. Sometimes I think my family lives in the bathroom, and it’s the only one we have!”
He was planning to stay home from work because of the pain, but he quickly fell asleep while I massaged his feet.
I continued talking to his wife while he was sound asleep.
We were on their bedroom bed, so we tucked him in and called it a night.
I was sleeping on a fold-up sofa-bed in the living room, and he waved at me on the way out the front door.
He: “The pain’s completely gone. Thanks for your help. Have a great day.”
What if you didn’t know it was the Kidney Toe?
It’s just additional info for clarification to shave some minutes off the Body Dowsing.
The important thing was (and is), “Who’s the matter with me?”
Body Dowsing’s Cornerstone Technique is it’s kindergarten level, but where else can you find a basic technique you can learn within days that runs circles around any other Body Language or Muscle Response Testing technique on the planet? (At least I haven’t found one yet, but I’m still looking.)
The Cornerstone Technique can often do in minutes what takes other techniques weeks, months, or years to accomplish.