As a Kinesiologist, many wonderful changes have happened in my life … not always painlessly and not always as I have expected, but wonderful just the same.
My first experience with Kinesiology was when I was searching for healing for my young son, James. During infancy I noticed James had a constant cold that never seemed to heal itself. I had taken him to a natural therapist who simply advised me to give him a course of Vitamin C. Neither the consultation nor treatment inspired my confidence and I gave up. As he grew James became more and more hyperactive in style. We thought it was “just him – that’s our James”. Then one day I was offered a Kinesiology balance for him. The practitioner identified James’ symptoms and behaviour as an allergy response. After clearing his over-sensitivity to just about everything (dairy, sugar, honey, eggs, additives and preservatives, and clothing dyes), we began to work on the cause. We could always tell when we had made a mistake because suddenly his “climbing the walls behaviour” would come back. Not only did the treatments bring vast improvements in his allergies, it also helped us deal with the emotional stress of family relationships.
Before I knew it I was looking for my own emotional healing, and then studying for practitioner status. It’s funny how sometimes you just know you’re in the right place at the right time. It is a wonderfully rewarding career in an amazing field of powerful healing without the use of drugs or other Band-Aid or crutch-like substances. Seeing my clients make changes in their lives that they never thought possible is exciting and inspiring. Having the opportunity to use my gifts of insight, enthusiasm and passion to help others heal is a wonderful privilege for me.
As a result of having Kinesiology in my life I feel healthier than ever, finding much needed balance in many different ways – emotionally, physically, spiritually and even financially. The thing about obtaining balance is that life doesn’t stagnate. Always there is potential for growth. So even as I have dealt with my difficult issues, always I am challenged to continue to move forward in life.
It is surprising how many physical ailments and allergies stem from anxiety, depression and high stress levels. Many of our imbalances seem to come from our emotions – particularly in relation to past stresses we haven’t been able to let go of. Sometimes experiences that we might describe as trivial actually seem to shape the way we look at life. Reducing the stress around these, or changing our attitudes to them can bring about amazing healing and transformation.
Stuck in a rut
Clients often come to me feeling stuck, with no real choice in life and no ability to see their life as being different. They may have been told by others, or even by their own self-talk that they “just have to learn to live with it.” Why not learn to live with happiness, harmony and health instead?
Kinesiology uses muscle testing to identify imbalances in the body combined with the principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine to apply a range of gentle yet powerful healing techniques to improve health, well-being and vitality . It is a unique process for each individual. Just as no two people are the same, neither will your treatments be the same.
I leave you with a quote from Helen Keller: “Life is either an adventure or nothing”.
I wish you many adventures.Susan