Testing for Electromagnetic Field (EMF) Sensitivity and the Effectiveness of EMF Protection Devices
You are unique! Be sure to always get what is best for you. In this FREE report on how to do a proven, simple, safe, accurate test that gives you a dependable decision-making strategy you will begin to discover a wonderful technique that is featured in number of books including: “Your Body Doesn’t Lie” by Dr. John Diamond, MD and “Your Body Can Talk” by Dr. Susan Levy, D.C.
Muscle testing can be used to check to determine if a wide range of things like cell and portable phones, computers, electric appliances, wiring, power lines, foods, vitamins, supplements, photos, home furnishings, clothing, etc. are having a negative effect on a particular individual. This can be very helpful if you are interested in seeing if what you are eating is really good for you. It is also useful if you are taking a number of nutritional items, some of which might be highly recommended and be documented to have helped lots of people. Now you will be able to determine which of the vast number of choices is actually right for you. There is an old saying: “One man’s meat is another man’s poison.” Now with this simple to learn and easy to use tool individuals will have a way to determine what actually works best for them.
Dr. Craig Reese, D.C. a highly respected Chiropractor in Colorado summarized why it is so important to address EMF pollution when he said: "Personally I've found that if I don't handle a person's electrical stress it's very difficult to permanently handle their chronic problems." Therefore, initially, this introductory training in Muscle Testing will focus on being able to check for sensitivity to EMF (i.e. electromagnetic field radiation that comes from the previously mentioned electronic and wireless devices). As the author I have a personal bias to teach Muscle Testing for EMF because I lived under power lines for 7 years and became very ill from that prolonged exposure between 1984 and 1991. I am a living testimony to what Dr. Reese had found. I tried many things during that 7 years period as my health and my life were falling apart, but nothing provided lasting relief. The life-changing event for me was when I wisely invested in an earlier version of the technology now called the Comfort Clock. With a few weeks of being in a stable energy cocoon, free from EMF chaos, I began to get relief that had eluded me for 7 agonizingly frustrating, financially depleting years. In addition to this introductory instruction on testing for EMF sensitivity, also included are materials on how to use this testing method to determine the effectiveness of EMF Protection Devices.
This report is covers two introductory levels of Muscle Testing: Basic Muscle Testing and Level 1 Muscle Testing. It comes from many years of my studies of Muscle Testing and brings forth useful pieces from the work of various leaders in this field.
Basic Muscle Testing
The pioneering work in this area, which were developed by Dr. George Goodheart, D.C., is called Applied Kinesiology (AK). Dr. John Diamond, M.D, developed another similar technique Behavioral Kinesiology (BK). Both procedures, which test for differences in muscle strength, are based on the theory that, if you are using something that is good for you, your muscles will be stronger. Conversely, if you are using something that is bad for you, your muscles will be weaker. Dr. Diamond wrote his book, "Your Body Doesnt Lie", to instruct the novice how to perform the type of testing described below. The full scope of AK is best done by a skilled practitioner but, you can easily use basic AK or BK testing methods with a family member, friend or coworker to determine if someone is sensitive to many of the previously mentioned things.
BEHAVIORAL KINESIOLOGY (BK), A DOCTOR'S LABORATORY-TESTED METHOD, HELPS YOU TO MEASURE HOW MUCH ELECTRO-POLLUTION IS AFFECTING YOU & IF A EMF PROTECTION PRODUCT WILL HELP YOU TO BE STRONGER
What is BK?
"Now a simple muscle test has been discovered that can tell you what stimuli strengthen or weaken you - how your body responds to stress...and physical environments," states Warner Books, publisher of Dr. Diamond's book.
BK is a doctor’s laboratory-tested method to help you measure impacts upon your life energy. Following are some comments about BK from other doctors:
"The work described in this book will imprint deeply upon the minds of men."
Alan Shifman Charles, M.D.
"BK has profoundly changed my personal life. It has also made gratifying changes in my profession..."
Jerome Mittelman, D.D.S.
Here are some excerpts from the book by Dr. Diamond on X-rays, electrical & magnetic fields, & power lines:
"We know that any source of X-radiation and any generator of large, powerful electrical fields is likely to be harmful until proven otherwise. Until the laboratory tests are in, we can confirm our suspicions by using BK testing.
"We are constantly being affected by magnetic fields around us...experimental work has shown that weak magnetic waves can alter brain rhythms.
"... a transmission line of only 18,000 volts: Although this voltage is low in comparison to that of large lines, my friend tested weak within 75 yards of the line."
Another pioneer in this field is Dr. Susan Levy, D.C., who wrote the book: “Your Body Can Talk.” In this book Dr. Levy takes a very complex form of muscle testing called Clinical Kinesiology and makes it available to be successfully used by the general public.
Following are a couple of the many comments about Dr. Levy’s book from other doctors:
“Without question, a classic…destined to become one of healings’ greatest reference books of modern times. I highly recommend it.”
--Dr. John A. Amaro, D.C., F.I.A.C.A., Dipl.Ac., International Academy of Clinical Acupuncture, President.
“These simple testing procedures…can be followed easily by anyone. Gives hope and enlightenment o what can be done for the mysterious symptoms that have ‘no pathological basis,’ according to orthodox approaches. I recommend it to anyone who isn’t feeling optimum health.” --Dr. John F. Thie, D.C., author and founder, “Touch for Health”; International College of Applied Kinesiology, Founding chairman; Los Angeles College of Chiropractic, adjunct faculty.
How kinesiology works?
A "simplified" theory is: 1) the brain sends electrical impulses through the nervous system to direct the body; 2) if something disrupts those signals, then the body's functioning is affected; 3) if something interferes with the electrical signals telling a muscle to contract, then there will be a noticeable difference in muscle strength.
- Step 1: Extend an arm straight out from your side, parallel to the ground with the hand open and palm down. Have a friend place their hand on the top of your extended arm somewhere between the elbow and the wrist, and try to push your arm down as you resist. If it is too easy to push down, have your friend move their hand closer to your shoulder until you are able to easily resist their attempt to push your arm down. If it is too hard to push down, have your friend shift their hand along your arm toward your wrist. There is a location on your arm where it is not too easy nor too difficult for your partner to push your arm down. Your partner or you may also need to vary the amount of force used to test or resist depending on the size and strength of the person being tested. This first test gives you a baseline for comparison when doing the rest of the testing. Once you find this baseline, then in subsequent tests your friend pushes the same and you resist with the same effort. Then, if there is a difference in strength from EMF exposure or other stress factors, you both can likely notice it.
Step 2: Go to a computer, which is turned on. Place your other hand on the screen of the monitor. Repeat Step 1, where your friend tries to push your extended arm down. Notice that your arm is probably now weaker. In other words, your friend is more easily able to push your arm down, or you need to use more effort resisting keeping it up. AK doctors say that because EMF can interfere with the signal your brain sends to tell your muscles to contract, it often feels like your friend is pushing harder. Either case is an indication of EMF sensitivity. Now take your hand away from the computer. NOTE: A procedure similar to this can be used to check for sensitivity to cell or portable phones, TV’s, hair dryers, blenders, video game controllers, etc.
Step 3: Next Next plug-in the Comfort Clock within a couple feet of the test subject and wait 30 seconds. Repeat Step 2. Almost everyone will experience that they have more muscle strength available to resist their friend's efforts when the negative effects of EMF have been mitigated. Remember, you can also do this testing using appliances with electric motors, which are turned on (i.e. hair dryers, blenders, drills, sanders, etc.), televisions, which are turned on or cellular phones, which are turned on, and being used.
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The next step in this basic testing could be used when a person has available some form of EMF protection. Let’s assume that you have available for this purpose a device like the Comfort Clock.
Level 1 Muscle Testing
Level 1 Muscle Testing or Kinesilogy Simplified
Partially based on a book by John diamond, M.D. called "Your Body Doesnt Lie"
Doing kinesiology testing using some of Dr. Diamond's methods
- 1. Have the subject stand erect, right arm relaxed at his side, left arm held
out parallel to the floor with elbow straight..." Have the subject keep their
hands open. If the subject is stronger or bigger than the tester, then begin
the testing with their arm extended 30-45 degrees below horizontal.
- 2. Face the subject and place your left hand on his right shoulder to steady
him. Then place your right hand on the subject's extended arm just above the
- 3. Tell the subject you are going to try to push his arm down as he resists...;
- 4. Now push down on his arm quickly and firmly. The idea is to push just hard
enough to test the spring and bounce in the arm, not so hard that the muscle
becomes fatigued. It is not a question of who is stronger, but of whether
the muscle can easily lock the shoulder joint against the push." Our thoughts
and intentions are powerful. Therefore, it is helpful, when doing kinesiology
testing, for the tester and the subject to be open and curious about what
will be discovered with each muscle test, rather than trying to prove something
or to verify some assumptions about the likely results of the test. By doing
that the highest level of accuracy will be produced.
Repeat the basic kinesiology test with the following steps:
A. If the subject is wearing glasses, have them remove them for parts B. and C. of the testing in this section;
B. Before pushing on their arm, have the subject place the palm of their free hand over the top of their head; then test and notice if the result is the same or different than the basic test;
C. Repeat the basic test a second time and have the subject place the back of their free hand over the top of their head; test noticing if the result is the same or different than the basic test;
D. On test B. the subject should test "strong," and on test C. the subject should test "weaker" to be testable; if this is the case, then go to step G.; however, if both tests are either strong or weak, then the subject is not easily testable or as Dr. Diamond would say the subject is electrically "switched"; next complete steps E. and F. and then proceed to step G.;
E. To help to alleviate "switching" it is suggested that both the tester and the subject do the first three items (1, 2 & 3) in this section:
1. tap the side of one hand where the soft tissue begins (i.e. just below the rounded bump where the pinky finger joins the hand) against the same spot on the other hand for about 60 seconds;
2. rub the soft tissue area between the first and second ribs (i.e. down from the collar bone) next to the breast bone or sternum for about 60 seconds; and
3. drink an 8 ounce glass of water
Now proceed to section F.
4. this is a comprehensive procedure for clearing "switching" and takes about two minutes. Once you are in position, relax and breathe comfortably. Sitting in a straight-back chair is best, but this can be done while lying down or in a standing position.
i. Cross your left ankle over right ankle.
ii. Extend both arms straight out in front of you.
iii. Cross your right arm over your left arm at the wrist.
iv. Rotate the palms of your hands so that they are facing and interlock your fingers.
v. Rotate your hands down toward your stomach.
vi. Continue rotating inward so that you bring your hands up close to your chest. At this point you have crossed the center line of your body with your hands, arms, and legs.
Note: If it is more comfortable for you, you can reverse the other-right
ankle over left, left wrist over right. It doesn't make a difference, as
long as they are opposite.
Once in the proper position, inhale through your nose while touching the tip of your tongue to the roof of your mouth. Exhale through your mouth, resting your tongue on the floor of your mouth.
Focus your thoughts on the concept of balance. It might be the idea of the balance of mind and body, or just the word "balance." At the same time picture in your mind, if you can, image that represents balance.
F. Repeat steps B., C. and D. in this section to recheck the subject for being testable; if they are now testable, then proceed to the next section (G) for further testing; if they are not yet testable, then go back and do section E. 4. If they are still not testable or "switched," then select another subject;
G. Repeat the muscle testing again as the subject does the following:
a. stares up at a fluorescent light;
b. turns on a hair dryer next to their head;
c. stands 1 foot away from a TV or computer that is on;
d. puts a cell phone up next to their head and calls their voice mail;
There will likely be a noticeable "weakening" of the muscle or increased effort needed by the subject trying to resist the same downward pressure. Even though you will be using the same downward pressure for each test some subjects may think you are pushing harder when they are actually experiencing the effects of a disruption in their electrical energy flow to the muscle being tested.
At this point if the subject test weak in any of the tests you have established they are sensitive to and there is a negative effect from their exposure to EMF and microwave radiation.
Now plug-in a Comfort Clock next to or within a few feet of the subject. Repeat tests a., b., c., and d above, and notice that for most people with a Comfort Clock on they test "stronger". Now practice testing others for their level of sensitivity to EMR and proving to yourself that Comfort Clocks really work.
Disclosure Statement: John Diamond, M.D. mentions that, while BK has not yet been proven to work by Western medicine's scientific testing, his many years of laboratory testing and further usage of BK methods by members of the psychiatric, medical, dental, and nutritional communities have demonstrated consistent value. No medical diagnosis, health claims, or treatment of disease or medical conditions is offered or implied by Kenneth Lesser or Advanced Living Technology.
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