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Muscle Checking

Muscle Checking

There is a simple yet profound way to help a Core Dynamic client when using Human Software Engineering to determine the best possible course of action at any particular time.  It is called Muscle Checking, and it is the doorway to the body/mind/emotional system.  It guides the coach to see what areas of life are the most important to address in moving a client toward an extraordinary life.

This interesting and unusual way of asking the body for information makes it possible to craft intention statements about a client’s problem that can then be used to help debug and eliminate the problem 

Your body is much more amazing than can possibly be imagined.  It is composed of trillions of cells, miles of blood vessels, billions of nerve endings and a brain capable of millions of computations a second.  It has the ability to identify things that are supportive of it and also recognizes when something is non-life supporting.  The body knows for example that fresh carrot juice is good for it and that a soft drink laced with chemicals is not.  Muscle Checking can easily verify if the above example would be true for you.

Your body is a finely tuned instrument and as discussed earlier it is all energy… including your thoughts!

Therefore, it is possible to ask your body questions and receive responses back to those questions by Muscle Checking.  It is how the coach is able to help you identify issues that keep showing up as Core Dynamic problems.

When a question or a statement is made to your body a muscle will be either strong or weak as a response.  Usually a strong muscle means Yes and a weak muscle means No.  For example, I could have you make this statement; “I have a habit of projecting possible negative outcomes onto the future”.  After you have made that statement a Muscle Check would allow me to see if your body/mind agrees with that statement.  If I get a strong response (yes), that would be an area of your life that we could consider working on. 

This is known scientifically as Applied Kinesiology and has been around for many years.  It turns out that muscles can either contract or not contract.  These are the only two options.   The contraction or lack of contraction of the muscle is our indication of whether or not the body resonates with that which is being presented to it.  Therefore, when we Muscle Check the muscle will either be weak or strong and your body will have provided valuable information on how to proceed with your coaching.