What happens if I don’t take the supplement right away that was recommended?
Muscle testing is communication between the practitioner and a client’s body. What I find that day as a priority is the body’s communication with the client that it is getting stuck healing a particular organ or system or attempting a detox that is getting backed up. So, when we find a solution to this function deficiency, it’s the body saying, “Yes, I would like that nutrient right now!” It doesn’t mean, “let’s wait a week or two.” The limbic system is like a 2-year-old. You don’t give a 2-year-old a toy and then take it away again. Or say to a 2-year-old, “wanna go get an ice cream?” And then not take him there. The 2-year-old will cry or scream when you are inconsistent with your behaviors.
Just like the 2-year-old, the body will do the same thing. It will get upset if you don’t give it the nutrient you just offered to correct the nutrient deficiency or toxin overload.
What do blocking and switching mean?
Blocking At the very beginning of a visit, I check three layers of nervous system function; the overall function, and then blocking and switching. Blocking checks nervous system regulation, in other words, the body’s ability to down-regulate when it needs to heal or sleep or up-regulate when it needs to get up and go. When the nervous system is blocked, it means that the nervous system is stuck in one mode most of the time. A person might feel tired ALL the time, whether it’s day or night, or wired ALL the time. When you are blocked, the body may not utilize the nutrients from the supplements as well as when the nervous system is functioning normally. Switching means the nervous system is confused (like sending the wrong signals or doing things backward) most of the time. As a result, you might be tired during the day and awake at night. Supplements might have the opposite effect on the body. A nutrient to help a headache might actually cause a headache. Supplements work synergistically WITH the body. It is different than a drug that forces a change in the body, bypassing the autonomic nervous system. Supplements don’t do that. They work with the body. So if the nervous system is stuck or confused, the supplements won’t work either. That is why I always check the three layers of the nervous system at the beginning of the visit. It doesn’t matter what else we do if the nervous system lacks clean communication lines.
What are the five stressors that my practitioner checks for each priority?
I always check (at minimum) the following five stressors. I want to ensure they aren’t getting in the way of the body healing. For example, if I find the lungs to be a priority and I add a supplement to support the lungs, but there happens to be an immune challenge or a toxin in there, the supplement may begin to heal that area, but we won’t get very far when it’s being constantly bombarded with a problem. I don’t want to be feeding that organ indefinitely for years without handling the irritant that is the cause of trouble in the first place.
The leading five stressors I check are:
What is scarring, and why is it essential to work on my scars?
Scarring is important, as the nervous system is electrical. Scars at the skin level absorb electrons; as long as they are “turned off,” the body is okay. But if the scar is “turned on,” it begins to release electrons randomly without order, and the nervous system gets confused by that. Think of the nervous system as a highly dense network of electrical wires that communicates with every organ and system of the body. It’s so dense that if you peel back your skin, you can recognize yourself by this dense network of nerves. Imagine if you cut into that network; now, the brain cannot communicate through that area. And then add, on top of that, the electrical charges that are now shooting out of the scar. So, we need to calm down the scars with the correct oil and massage the scar in multiple directions to break down the scar tissue. I have seen miracles happen overnight when therapeutically working on scars.