“Talking” to your pet

February 23, 2012

Natural therapies, Pets

The process, known as “asking your body” or kinesiology, bypasses your pet’s and your conscious mind to receive accurate answers that are inherent in your subconscious.

by Julia Busch — 

Do you ever wish you could ask your pet a few questions and actually receive the answers? Well, you can, with self-muscle testing and simple yes or no questions. The process, known as “asking your body” or kinesiology, bypasses your pet’s and your conscious mind to receive accurate answers that are inherent in your subconscious.

You can ask your body if your pet needs a certain vitamin supplement, if it needs to go to the vet, which vet would be the best and even what day is optimal.

The most popular and probably the easiest method to use is the Sway Test. Simply ask your body to give you a response to the word yes. Some people’s bodies sway forward as if reaching for something. Others do just the opposite and sway backward as if to pull something toward it.

Some people will change polarity and have to ask for a yes each time they start a session. Still others will have a completely personal movement. The only way to find out your yes is to ask your body.

To do the Sway Test, stand up and place your feet shoulder-width apart, comfortably in contact with the floor. Then ask, “Body, please give me a yes.”

Once you have established your yes move, ask your body for a no response. Whatever that response is, even if it is quirky, is the response you and your body have set up for this line of communication.

Now, with the intention of talking to your pet, you can become its proxy. Say: “I would like to talk to (pet’s name).” Ask: “Am I talking to (pet’s name)?” When you receive a yes answer, double-check it by asking: “Am I speaking with (a different name)?” And you should receive a no answer.

Once you have established communication, you can find out whatever you need to know.

The technique is very simple and effective, but it does take a little practice.

For more information on this and kinesiology techniques, visit www.NikkisStory.com and type the word “kinesiology” into the site’s search box.

Julia Busch is president of Anti-Aging Press, Inc., editor of the So Young™ anti-aging holistic newsletter and author of 10 books. 800-So-Young (800) 769-6864 or juliabusch@att.net.

 

Reprinted from AzNetNews, Volume 30, Number 5, Oct/Nov 2011.

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