What are you feeling? Think about it,
Now, how do you know? Think about that!
Well it will be a combination of various muscle tensions representing the set of circumstances prevailing at the time and that’s what is being felt.
We learn feelings and emotions because we repeat circumstances and therefore repeat muscle tensions and learn to interpret these and repeat the feelings
We learn by a combination of posture, nutritional status and thoughts being recorded to represent the situation being experienced
We can analyse through applied muscle testing analysis the physical, nutritional and mental components contributing to the experience and if unwanted we can make appropriate changes
If we change the input we can change the response and therefore the output
Want to know how?
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Applied Thinking

brianmiller

Published
8th January 2016