A Specialized Kinesiologist from Costa Rica just heard about our retreat and wanted to connect with us. She asked me if we teach specific (healing) “modalities” at these retreats, or just give a general introduction to muscle testing.
Here is my reply:
I just teach people how to surrender and ask the body what it wants.From my email reply to a Specialized Kinesiology instructor in Costa Rica
It’s extremely simple…
For many people, it’s TOO simple… at least, at first.
XK doesn’t have any rules or protocols like the kinesiology “systems” do,
and because of this, treatment options are infinite.
We don’t start with a “problem”, or even a specific point of reference.
It’s just a conversation with the innate intelligence within the individual.
We connect with the innate “as a whole” and just ask what we can do right now for the highest good of all.
Then we use muscle testing to figure out what it has answered.
When we do it this way, the body asks for things that people can already do, or teaches them new things.
If they already know some modalities (and many of these people do) then the body chooses between those, or teaches them something they don’t know yet.
The retreats are not “practitioner training” as such, but many people go home and use what they’ve in their existing practices, or start new ones based entirely on XK.
The retreats are like yoga/meditation/nature retreats, empowered by muscle testing, so people can treat each other as they open up to who they really are.
Many who come to learn XK are already chiropractors who have been doing AK or CK for years.
They come to learn how to let go of the limitations of using pre-defined systems and just play with The Innate.
They already know that focusing on problems just creates more problems, but they don’t quite know how to get out of that loop.
It can be a challenge for doctors to let go of the idea of treating problems, but a great relief for them they finally do.
People who have not been indoctrinated as doctors “get it” immediately.
The doctors just take a little longer.
I thought that was a really good question that others might like to hear the answer to. If you have any questions about the retreat, or XK, or anything else at all, just let me know and I might put the answer in a blog post.
Read more about who these retreats are for.