Miles Albrecht: Cecp: Acs: Rdt 
Certified Emotion Code Practitioner
Energy Healer
Skype: miles.albrecht1
Email: innerbalance@live.ca
miles@innerbalanceandharmony.com
Cell: 587-253-4162


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Energetic Compatibility Testing

 

Energetic compatibility, what is it?  For many years I have worked with the human energy field in one way or the other. You can tap into the bodies energy field by using few different techniques. Muscle testing, Pendulums, and the sway test, are just a few of the ways this can be done. The important thing to remember is to get the ego out of the way, and let your body energy tell you what you need to know. You don't need to go to someone who is trained to this, anybody can learn how to access this energy on yourself. All it takes is time, patience and to be able to discern the truth from what your ego may want you to believe. It is so important to remove the ego. Say good bye to it, and be impartial on what is coming through, and then you need to trust the answer that is coming through is correct and not question it. Second guessing never helps.

When I work with clients Energetic Compatibility Testing is beneficial in many ways.  I can test to see if a supplement, oil, or food that you are taking or thinking of taking is compatible to your body energy. If it is compatible, on a scale of 1 to 10, how compatible is it?  Your body will tell you, if you learn to listen to it. I don't like to use anything that is below a 8 compatibility rating, because that tells me your body is not utilizing everything that it could to help bring you to better health. 

You can use this process for everything. You can test the foods your are eating or feeding to your children, or even test the drinking water you are drinking. 

Energy Testing  on Yourself

Energy Testing. There's no better way to really get to know your energy field, inside and out, than a reliable energy self-test. If you wish to find out what your energy field responds best to, what compromises your energy and functioning, and what subconscious thoughts/ beliefs/memories sabotage your ability to grow and change, energy self-testing is the key.

Muscle Testing. In Energy Psychology, "muscle testing" is a frequent type of energy test, used to assess or dowse energy flow through a muscle group. The muscle testing used by Energy Psychology clinicians is a simple form of Kinesiology. Muscle testing is used by many of the well know energy healers such as Donna Eden, Richard Gordon, Dr Bradley Nelson, Brent Philips, to mention a few, and with some patience and practice you can learn this as well.

What's more, energy self-testing is easy and fun to do.

Energy Testing with or without the Muscle. Also popular and exceedingly useful are energy-check methods that do not test muscle energy. These methods are ideal for self-use, and are the methods I use when I work with my clients and I use myself: (1) a sway test, (2) muscle testing with the fingers for yes or no answers, (3) pendulum dowsing, or you can use the self arm test. There are many ways to self test yourself, find on that works and practice it until your comfortable with the response and move on to the next one.  I'll introduce you to  a few these easier energy self-tests and then suggest practice activities.

1. Sway TEST. The sway test suggests that an idea or thought connects with a motor response in your body. An sway energy test demonstrates exactly that, even if the idea/thought is subconscious rather than conscious. An easy to use "SWAY TEST" using your whole standing body is a fast easy way to receive the answers that you may be looking for. Just as a tree leans to face the sun, the human body inclines naturally toward what agrees with it. That's why the Sway Test is a great guide for healthy supermarket shopping!

Think YES, with a strong positive feeling. Wait, and notice your body's subtle response to YES. It will naturally sway slightly forward. Repeat this a few times for practice. Now think NO, with a yucky negative feeling. Notice your body's response to NO. It will lean slightly back or to the side, and do so readily and reliably with practice. That's the ideomotor response.

Sway Test

Sway Test

A subtle and handy variation of the Sway Test is the "Head Nod." Try it right now if you like.

Relax, breathe, and then invite your head to indicate YES. Notice your head's natural response to YES. It will naturally tip slightly forward as though beginning to nod, "Yes." Repeat for practice.

Then relax, breathe, and invite your head to indicate NO. Notice your head's natural response to NO. It will naturally turn slightly to the side as though beginning a head-shake, "No," or it will draw back a little. We'll do some "practical practice" a little further on.


A useful one-handed variation on the smooth-sticky, or the strong/weak test is a finger test. Rub the pads of your index finger and thumb lightly together to get the feel. Then, ask your body to use a smooth feeling to mean "Yes" or "Agree" or "That's healthy/okay for me." Let your body respond. Rub your finger and thumb together gently and notice how they feel for Yes. Take your time, and practice a few times until "Yes" or "agree" or "okay for me" are reliably connected to smooth. Then, ask your body to use a sticky feeling to mean "No" or "disagree" or "That's not okay for me." Proceed as before. Practice a few times until "No" or "disagree" or "not okay" and sticky are reliably connected. Now try the finger/thumb test with "Yum!" and "Yuck!" Your fingers will respond with smooth for Yum and sticky for Yuck. Or you can do the finger lock and pull test. 

        




    There are so many various ways to Muscle test with the fingers. It just takes practice.

All muscle testing works on this proven premise:  When you make a statement your subconscious mind (the part of the mind that controls the body) believes to be true – there is a ‘yes’ response from the subconscious – the muscles of the body become momentarily stronger.  When you make a statement your subconscious mind believes is not true – that is there is a ‘no’ response from the subconscious - the muscles of the body become momentarily weaker.  Using this premise it is possible to pick one muscle of the body to use for testing ‘yes’ (strong) and ‘no’ (weak) responses of the subconscious.

 One must always apply the same amount of pressure to the muscle.  The amount of pressure to use is one in which the muscle is strong enough to resist the pressure being applied when you think/say ‘yes’ and not strong enough to resist the same pressure when you think/say ‘no’.

 Very important:  If what you say is not the same as what you are thinking the response will be to what you are thinking, not what you are saying.  Keep your mind focused on what you are saying. If you are visual, imagine you are reading what you are saying.  If you are auditory, listen to what you are saying.  Make statements – not questions and state the statement as though it is true.  The muscle test will tell you whether the subconscious believes it is true or not true.  This is what you want!  You want to know what your subconscious believes. 

Self-Muscle Testing w/ Finger Responses:

 Method 1: 

  • Place palm of hand on a flat surface.  Press fingers and thumb down on the surface.  Not so hard it hurts. 
  • While keeping your fingers/thumb pressed against the surface, use your other hand to lift either the index finger or the thumb of the hand pressed on the flat surface.
  • Now press that index finger or thumb down on the surface again and think to yourself or state aloud:  ‘yes’.  Really focus on that thought of ‘yes’.  While you focus on the thought of ‘yes’ again use your other hand to lift the same finger or thumb up again.  Use the same amount of pressure you used before.  If you use the same amount of pressure you will not be able to lift that finger or thumb.  You could if you applied more pressure, but you don’t want to apply more pressure.  You want the finger or thumb to stay pressed against the table when you think/say ‘yes’. 
  • Repeat the step before this but this time think/say ‘no’.  This time the finger or thumb will lift easily.  You are looking for the same amount of pressure, which lifts the finger or thumb easily for ‘no’ and does not lift it for ‘yes’. 

 Method 2: 

  • Make circle with your thumb and index finger or your thumb and pinkie finger by pressing the pads of the chosen finger and thumb together firmly. 
  • Do the same thing with your other hand, but inside the first circle so the circles are interlocked (like a horizontal figure 8).
  • Think/say ‘yes’ and briefly (no more than a split second) try to pull the circles apart.  You are looking for the amount of force to use that does not break the circle apart when you think/say ‘yes’.  Then, using the same amount of force think/say ‘no’ and briefly try to pull the circles apart.  If you do pull the circle apart, you know this is the amount of force to use for this method of testing.  If you do not pull the circle apart use less force and repeat the ‘yes’ and ‘no’ sequence.  You are looking for the amount of force to use that keeps the circles together when you think/say ‘yes’ and pulls them apart when you think/say ‘no’.   

Method 3:

  • On one hand make a circle with your thumb and index finger or your thumb and pinkie finger as you did in method 2 above.  Keep the finger and thumb pressed together firmly.     
  • Insert the index finger and thumb of your other hand into the circle so they are like a closed pair of pliers surrounded by a circle.   
  • Think/say ‘yes’ and briefly (no more than a split second) try to open the circle by opening the ‘pliers’ formed by the finger/thumb inside the circle.  Then, using the same amount of force think/say ‘no’ and briefly try to open the circle again.   If you can break open the circle, you know this is the amount of force to use with this method of testing.  If you cannot break open the circle, use less force and repeat the ‘yes’ and ‘no’ sequence.  You are looking for the amount of force to use that keeps the circle closed when you think/say ‘yes’ and opens it when you think/say ‘no’.

Method 4: 

  • Hold your index finger up in front of you.  If it is your right index finger point it to the left.  If it is your left index finger point it to the right. 
  • With your other index finger or other hand briefly (no more than a split second) push down on the finger you are holding up in front of you.  You are looking for the amount of pressure to use that does not lower that finger when you think/say ‘yes’ and press down on it, but does lower that finger when you think/say ‘no’ and push down on it.   

 

SELF-Muscle Testing is not reliable for testing matters that require a therapist’s care.  SELF-Muscle Testing is not reliable when one is negatively or positively emotionally excited.  It is best done when one is calm and as free as possible of a strong desire for a particular response.    SELF-Muscle Testing is strongly affected by an expected outcome.  Keep a neutral attitude.  SELF-Muscle Testing requires patience, practice, and proper wording

PENDULUM DOWSING TEST. Some people prefer to use a pendulum to check or "dowse" for energy flow and related information. You'll need a small weight on the end of a 5 or 6 inch cord or string. A lifesaver on a piece of thread works fine. A pendant on a chain is great. In a pinch, I've used a ring on a piece of dental floss!

Hold the string quietly between thumb and index finger - in neutral. Just as you did with the other self-tests, think YES, with a strong positive feeling, and watch your pendulum. It will begin to swing in a circle or forward-and-back or side-to-side. That particular movement means Yes for your pendulum and you. Practice a few times.

Do the same with a strong NO thought and feeling, and watch your pendulum. It's likely to make the opposite movement. If it swung forward-and-back for Yes, it may swing side-to-side for No. If it circled clockwise for Yes, it may swing counter-clockwise for No.

If your response is unclear, choose one of those patterns I just mentioned, and practice those pendulum movements while thinking/feeling Yes and No. Once your pendulum is programmed, it will always use the same indicators unless you program it differently.

            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hS9GWkXOrk4

The Pendulum

ENERGY SELF-TEST - PRACTICE:

To make our practice practical, let's test a number of your cosmetic or cleaning items, one at a time. Take a few moments to assemble the products you'd like to check.

1. Decide which energy self-test you're going to concentrate on, at least for now.
2. Place one of your test products on the table/counter in front of you.
3. Quietly focus visual attention on the item. Breathe into your center and relax yourself.
4. Set your intention to test, "Healthy for me - Yes or No."
5. Using your self-test, observe your energy response to the item - a Yes or No.
6. Now try the next product. The items for which you get a No response are probably not very healthy for you, energetically, even if not in other noticeable ways.

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