Body Dowsing the Twitches #2
“Have you seen your ex-wife lately?” If the right foot twitches, you have a trauma with her.
The above question and muscle reaction is often the commonest response.
But what if the mother-in-law caused the divorce? Or the sister-in-law? Or the ex-wife’s lesbian lover?
Body Dowsing is like Twenty Questions — just continuing asking questions, as many questions as you choose for as many hours as desired.
You’re not tiring the testee’s muscles like you do with Touch For Health, Applied Kinesiology, Body Code muscle response testing, etc.
You’re not traveling to the signal. The signal is coming to you, and it’s a “peak,” not a “valley.”
You’re not measuring “nothing.” You’re measuring “something.”
You’re not looking for a muscle to “blow out,” You’re looking for a muscle to “blow in.”
You’re not looking for a muscle to weaken. You’re looking for a muscle to twitch, kick, jump, jerk, spasm, or cramp.
“Have you seen your ex-wife lately?” What if the left foot twitches?
Ask, “Did your wife leave you for another man?”
“Yes, my best friend since grammar school, the dirty [bleep]!”
Another reply might be, “She had sex with my brother!”
Or maybe, “A Buddhist monk convinced her to go celibate.”
Or maybe, “Her father said I’d never amount to anything.”
Or maybe, “Our son was born deformed, and she blamed me.”
Body Dowsing is NOT an energy system and it’s definitely NOT a healing system.
It’s a detection system.
When someone claims they’re a healer, HIDE YOUR WALLET.
Without finding the (1) specific Cognitive Trigger Event and (2) specifically resolving it, there can be no “cure,” only relief and “conversion.”
The testee provides BOTH — his or her body reveals the Trigger Event to both the tester and the testee simultaneously.
Only the testee can resolve the trauma. The tester can only provide advice.
Expecting otherwise is like thinking Ty Montgomery is going to follow his coach’s instructions.
According to Carl Jung …
“Until you make the unconscious conscious, it will direct your life and you will call it fate.”