Energy Kinesiology vs. Other Energy Modalities
There are many energy healing modalities out there. It may seem like all energy healing modalities are pretty much the same thing. But they are not. It’s a bit unfair that you don't know the differences when you most need to make a decision on which to use.
How are you supposed to know which one to work with? To help with that, we’ve highlighted some of the major differences between energy kinesiology modalities and other energy modalities.
- Allows the client’s body to provide continuous real-time feedback throughout the entire session to identify
- If the client’s body provides permission for the work to occur without unintended harm
- What needs to be done and the ideal order it needs to occur
- If more information is needed in specific areas or if more depth is required
- When the body has become overwhelmed and needs help before continuing forward
- What the body needs to permanently stabilize the changes
- Allows any practitioner to do powerful work even if they are not intuitive, energy sensitive, capable of seeing or feeling energy, led by guides, etc.
- Allows practitioner wisdom, direction, and insight to be verified by the client’s body to be in the best interest of the client.
- Does not depend on practitioner channeling or attunements from external sources.
- Hip and Jaw stacking (also known as pause locking)
- Allows significantly more complex context and relationship to be established during each session, adding to the depth and permanency of the work
- Is easier on both the client and practitioner as there is no need to try and hold an energetic field independently
- Modes and formats allow for information to be specified to the body in a way that the body clearly and exactly understands. This precision allows access to very specific stresses that are the important energetic frequencies that need to be addressed.
- Establishes healthy boundaries between the practitioner and client that
- Minimizes the practitioner from taking on client energy, issues, and conditions
- Empowers the client with responsibility for themselves in a healthy way
- Eliminates need for the practitioner to use their own energy to help the client
- Typically easier to learn because
- Less anatomy, physiology, and other sciences are interwoven with it
- Mostly “right” brain activity, intuitively performed instead of requiring a high degree of “left” brain logic and structure
- Usually quicker and more cost effective to complete a program of study as there are fewer overall classes and less material to learn
- Allows practitioner complete freedom in their approach. They may discover and address stuff otherwise overlooked
- Often done by practitioners using a “best approach” procedure when people have a specific condition or scenario
- Often done completely through practitioner intuitiveness, external source of information, and guidance.
We hope this information helps you better understand the differences between Energy Kinesiology and other approaches, and that it enables you to make the best decision for your circumstances.