Updated: Jan 6
What is a Quantum Muscle Testing Session?
How Does is Work?
Muscle Testing is used to get information from the body using biofeedback.
A combination of various Quantum Theories and Quantum Entanglement is used to identify imbalances in the body.
Prayer is used to heal the physical, emotional and spiritual imbalances identified.
What is Muscle Testing?
Muscle Testing (also know as applied kinesiology) is a method of gathering accurate biofeedback from the body by stimulating the muscular system.
We usually think of biofeedback as a type of electronic monitoring, such as EMG for muscles or EEG for the brain, which involves the use of electrical devices. While these approaches often incorporate muscle testing, most practitioners perform it as a hands-on evaluation without equipment.
Using your muscles, we ask the body various “yes” and “no” questions. Your muscles will respond by either remaining strong (positive) for questions that ring true (yes) or will falter with weakness (negative) when answers are false (no).
There are a number of different, quick and effective muscle testing techniques.
Muscle Testing can be used to identify various root causes of imbalances within our bodies. Depending on the focus or Type of the Session, we will use different target questions to get clues or “yes” or “no” answers from the body.
Muscle Testing is used by a wide variety of practitioners, including those in medicine, osteopathy, chiropractic, and physical therapy. For example, neurologists may perform it to help rule out serious conditions; physical therapists to rate a patient’s level of disability; athletic trainers to assess a particular injury; and chiropractors to help determine areas of treatment. Overall, practitioners who employ biofeedback, manipulation, diet and nutrition, exercise, sports, coaching, and other approaches, often utilize muscle testing.
Quantum is a the study of units of ENERGY. Most energy (e.g. electrical energy or magnetic energy) and radiation (e.g. sound waves, light waves or thermal waves) are not visible to the human eye. In Quantum Mechanics, theories are developed that provide descriptions of the physical properties, nature or behavior of energy at the scale of atoms and subatomic particles (unseen).
Quantum Mechanics include many different fields such as quantum chemistry, quantum physics, quantum field theory, quantum technology, and quantum information science.
Proxy Muscle Testing and Quantum Entanglement
Quantum entanglement is a phenomenon observed at the quantum scale where entangled particles stay connected (in some sense) so that the actions performed on one of the particles affects the other, no matter the distance between two particles.
Most Quantum Muscle Testing Sessions are done via Proxy Muscle Testing using the science of Quantum Entanglement and in some cases, clients will use self muscle-testing (testing on your own muscles) to get the answers.
During a session the initial proxy connection is made through prayer. The connection is a strictly physical (quantum) connection that is again severed through prayer at the end of the session.
Prayer and Energy in The Bible
God created the heavens and the earth by speaking (sound energy). Everything on this earth is identified and is held together by energy, light, frequencies and vibrations.
The Word also ascribes energy to the children of God.
Romans 12:11 Never lag in zeal and in earnest endeavour; be aglow and burning with the Spirit, serving the Lord.
James 5:16b The earnest (heartfelt, continued) prayer of a righteous man makes tremendous power available [dynamic in its working].
Matthew 5:14 You are the light of the world. A city set on a hill cannot be hidden.
These scriptures are saying that the children of God generate and radiate energy, light and fire as we pray.
History Of Muscle Testing
Muscle Testing was first used in 1915 by Robert M. Lovett, M.D. to better understand muscle weakness in people suffering from Polio. Frank Chapman, in 1920, created a map of neurolymphatic reflex points on which Applied Kinesiology based part of its diagnostic process.
Then, in the 1949 book entitled, “Muscles, Testing and Function,” spouses Henry and Florence Kendall described various muscle tests to assess each muscle group (Kendall & Kendall, 1949).
In the early 1960s, Vladimir Janda, a Czechoslovakian medical doctor, developed a system of care using muscle testing, teaching practitioners in many disciplines including physical therapists, athletic trainers and chiropractors. Janda’s primary approach included various therapies directed at the ‘tight’ muscle, although sometimes he addressed the ‘loose’ one to correct muscle imbalances.
Finally, in 1964, Chiropractor George Goodheart published his Applied Kinesiology Research Manual (Goodheart, 2007). Goodheart demonstrated how a tester could apply the Kendall’s muscular tests to locations on Chapman’s neurolymphatic map to indicate if a certain organ was stressed (Goodheart, 2007).
Goodheart’s work was called this kinesiology-style muscle testing. This kind of muscle testing is estimated to be used in over 70 different techniques, and by over one million practitioners worldwide. There are many different names used to describe these techniques including: Muscle Testing, Applied Kinesiology, Quantum and Biofeedback of the Muscular System.
All of this prior research led to the formation of Muscle Testing as it is now understood.
Cuthbert, S., & Goodheart, G. (2007). On the reliability and validity of manual muscle testing: A literature review. Chiropractic & Osteopathy, 4-4. Retrieved October 30, 2018, from http://www.chiromt.com/content/15/1/4
Kendall, H. O., & Kendall, F. P. (1949). Muscles, Testing and Function. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.
McPherson, R., & Schoeman, S., Restoring The Light, Counseling Manual, Book 1