Muscle Testing – the testing of muscles to determine changes in body energy, health and responsiveness – has been around for a long time. It wasn’t until the mid-1960’s, however, until noted chiropractor and researcher Dr. George Goodheart systematized the process known today as “Applied Kineseology.”
“A.K.” – as it is known in the profession – is a powerful tool for testing muscles to determine underlying disorders or for testing the body for compatibility with substances like vitamins, foods, chemicals, and other materials that may disturb one’s equilibrium.
I used A.K. for years as a chiropractor before finding out that it can also be used to test STATEMENTS . . . sort of as a cheap and available lie-detector test. Below is a video I made back in October, 2011 that is the best demonstration video I’ve done to date on the subject.
Enjoy . . . and let me know what you think by leaving a comment below!