Ah ha moment

A few months ago I took a course led by Peter Donn on Muscle Testing, and found the self-testing part to be amazing. Leaving the course I was delighted to now be able to apply it, using my hand muscles, to everyday life questions. Self-testing has become a daily tool for me. Peter says “…my daily experience self-testing (which I will teach) has shown me that many of these techniques are just scratching the surface. It is possible to develop a complete relationship with the source of the answers and use it, through muscle response, to help and guide in an infinite number of ways.“

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Up until a couple of weeks ago I had been asking my body mild yet useful questions like whether to have a second coffee or a sweet cake, and when the answer came back as a clear NO, I actually listened to it. Very useful.

Then 2 weeks ago I was in a bit of a dilemma.  I had to decide that day whether to agree to go sailing around the Greek Islands with hubbie for a week next August . “How wonderful” I hear you say. But I am the sort of person who loves to have my feet on Terra firma, am not that keen on cramped cabins down below, not to mention hours and hours of actual sailing with no room to dance!  I chatted it through with a friend and when she finally asked me what I was going to do, I suddenly realized I could muscle test.

My head was saying “YES, go, have a holiday in the sun, be with hubbie” etc etc  The answer from my hand was NO. Surprised? I was shocked. I thought I was going to say yes! I told her that my head said “yes” but my body said “no”. When she asked me which one I was going to listen to, I was clear it had to be my body, with it’s infinite wisdom and access, I believe, to my higher self.

If you are at all interested in this powerful tool, there is a course in Kings Langley, Hertfordshire on 22 and 23 November. Click here for details


Just incase you wondered how it all turned out…I kept to my decision not to go sailing and hubbie was unbelievably understanding, we are both delighted with the decision.



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