Gemstone Kinesiology Course: Balancing the Yin Meridians and Gaits with Gemstones

$100.00

Included is an introduction to the anatomy and physiology of the human body – using non-medical language.


How to muscle test is explained and illustrated.


Extensive data about each Gemstone is included.

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Here’s the Table of Contents

Introduction
My first experience of muscle testing
Testing Latissimus Dorsi
My first training in muscle testing
Traditional kinesiology, biomechanics, Applied Kinesiology and popular kinesiology
The relationship of muscles with meridians
Using gemstones to turn on muscles
There is much nonsense in the field of healing with gemstones
My research begins in earnest
My first big discovery
Protector of the Heart – the Circulation-Sex Meridian
The Muscles of the Circulation-Sex Meridian
Chrysoberyl Cat’s Eye and Natural Uncut Crystal
Scientifically proving my thesis
The Anterior Gait Test
Multicolored Fluorite Slab from China and Natural Cubic Fluorite Specimen
Basic Structure (Anatomy) and Function (Physiology) of the Human Body
Anatomy
Physiology and Biomechanics
Nerve Receptors
Nerve Cell
Reflex Reactions
Stress makes muscles test weak
Neuromuscular Circuits
Manual Muscle Testing
Stress Theory of Hans Selye
Vitamin D
Muscle Testing – What it is and how to do it
Muscle testing is a medical diagnostic technique
Two types of muscle tests
The Applied Kinesiology muscle test
The Relationship of Pressure Applied in Muscle Testing Versus Time
The specialized or popular kinesiology muscle test
Testing a muscle “in the clear”
Force Applied During a Muscle Test
To learn how to apply pressure when testing a muscle, practice with a scale
Performing the kinesiology muscle test
Testing Latissimus Dorsi
Latissimus Dorsi
Hyperextended Elbow
Subject cheats and bends the elbow
The Sedation Point for the Spleen Meridian
Balancing the Yin Meridians with Gemstones
The Heart Meridian – Muscles: Subscapularis, Subclavius
The Circulation-Sex Meridian (Protector of the Heart) – Muscles: Adductors, Gluteus Medius, Gluteus Maximus, Sartorius and Piriformis
The Spleen Meridian – Muscles Latissimus Dorsi and Opponens Pollicis
The Lung Meridian – Muscles: Anterior Deltoid, Anterior Serratus, Levator Scapula
The Kidney Meridian – Muscles: Psoas, Iliacus, Upper Trapezius
The Liver Meridian – Muscles: Pectoralis Major Sternal, Rhomboids
The Central Meridian – Muscle: Supraspinatus
The Gaits – Muscle Test: The Anterior Gait
Jackson Browne demonstrating alternate arm and leg gait motion
The Anterior Gait Test
Neurolymphatic Points for Anterior Deltoid
Neurolymphatic Points for the Abdominal muscles
Neurolymphatic Points for Quadriceps
Practical applications
How to use gemstones for energy balancing
Gemstones reliably balance Yin but not Yang meridians
Gemstones are not a panacea
The gemstones that balance meridians are common
Gemstones don’t need to be large to balance meridians and strengthen muscles
To be effective, gemstones need to be close to the body
Meridian balancing gemstones do not work when placed upon the upper chest
Some gemstones block the positive effects of others
Kinesiology techniques improve mental functioning
Use of gemstones yields better therapeutic results