A Kinesiologist is an energy medicine specialist. Who places emphasis is on health maintenance, client education and responsibility by identifying the causative influences triggering health imbalances. Anything a Kinesiologist does (or suggests the client does) is to restore health, wellness and vitality, therefore enhancing the clients innate healing energies.
Whilst kinesiology is based on ancient techniques, which have been practised for thousands of years, it is a relatively new modality which was established in the early 1970’s. Founded on Western philosophies such as Chiropractic, Counselling, Anatomy and Physiology it was coupled with Eastern philosophies such as Meridians, Acupressure, Triad of Health and Chakras.
A fundamental principle of Kinesiology is that the body, mind and spirit has innate ability to heal itself which, at times, needs support to re-align and connect to this innate healing ability.
Humans are three dimensional beings, so it makes sense to use a modality which works on all three aspects, which is what Kinesiology does. Most modalities are usually only one dimension and in some cases two. This makes Kinesiology regarded as one of the truly holistic modalities.
So what are the signs which may indicate it’s an ideal time for you to see a kinesiologist?
1. You’ve experienced a significant loss or change
Any type of loss and/or change can trigger the grief process. Also loss doesn’t just mean death, it can be a completion of any sort. Changes or loss can be physically; mentally; spiritually and /or financially. It may relate to the change or loss of a person; thing and/or place. Whilst grieving is specific process for the individual kinesiology can support the person through this.
2. Your over emotional
Many people live with negative emotions, accepting this as their “norm”, which results in them feeling less than great about themselves. Such feelings may be anxiety, fear, anger, self-doubt, frustration, overwhelm, tiredness / lacking energy, feeling on-edge, sad or teary. Many of clients have transformed these emotions and transformed their lives.
3. You are feeling imbalanced
If you describe yourself as feeling “out of sorts”, not “like yourself”, out of harmony and/or imbalanced and don’t have a logical (or medical) reason for feeling this way. You may also be experiencing stress due to life/work or imbalance.
4. Your body is giving you feedback
Our body holds immense wisdom and will give you signs that something isn’t being addressed and thus needs to come back into equilibrium. Such symptoms may be teeth grinding, insomnia, shortness of breath (for no apparent reason), restlessness, headaches, nail biting, muscle tension or cramping, body aches, stomach upsets or related issues such as bloating, belching, diarrhoea or constipation.
5. Your neurology is under stress
Signs you are or have experienced neurological stress are brain fogginess, memory issues, loss of balance, co-ordination issues, difficulty concentrating and/or learning, short attention span, disorientation, variances in your vision and/or hearing.
6. Your internal well being is based on external factors
A sure giveaway that your internal well being is based externally is if you find yourself affected by what people are or aren’t doing and/or who is or isn’t in your life. Other indicators could be that are you use terminology such as “s/he makes me feel …”, “they did …”, “<x> didn’t happen so I feel …”
7. Your not living in the now
Are you living in the living in the pain / fear of what has not even happened. If so it will be resulting in sabotaging behaviour. For example Tora* wanted to be in a relationship, however she feared being rejected. When Tora attracts Mr Right there is a 50% chance she may be rejected, however there is also a 50% chance that she may have a loving supportive relationship. Yet before Tora could even meet Mr Right, she was already living in the pain of being rejected. *name has been changed for privacy reasons
8. What you are doing hasn’t or isn’t working
A number of my client have tried one dimensional modalities which, although have worked to some degree, haven’t really helped them shift. However kinesiology is getting them their desired results. Whatever it is you are doing, professionally or privately, and it isn’t working then kinesiology might be the right modality to help support your shift.
How to find a kinesiologist
To find a kinesiologist you can search the Australian Kinesiology Association (AKA) website via: https://www.aka.asn.au. Check your practitioner is Health Fund registered to ensure their qualifications are current and at the highest industry standard.
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