Question: What is the difference between Applied Physiology and Kinergetics,
In my opinion Applied Physiology and Kinergetics are both unique Kinesiology modalities. Each course is a complete and effective healing modality covering most of the needs of today’s clients. Either of these modalities will achieve amazing results applied individually or integrated together.
Applied Physiology while based on the all-encompassing love principle, allows the practitioner to delve to the deepest core in the body of our clients by addressing the organ connection through the Chinese meridian system. In Traditional Chinese Medicine it is well known that the deepest issues are held in the tissues of our organs within our bodies. Applied Physiology is a thorough, complete and holistic practice of the highest professional international standard now made available to all interested in healing.
Applied Physiology has many correction techniques to enable the body to access balancing at a physical level as well a metaphysical level, body/mind connection e.g.; acupressure, foot and hand reflexology, cranial, structural, Acu-touch, tuning forks, essences, thought, feeling and attitudes, just to name a few. Applied Physiology appeals to many people who are drawn to the anatomy and physiology of the human and are inquisitive about how our body operates. Most physical ailments, short and long term stresses can be addressed with Applied Physiology.
Kinergetics while able to address the above topics in a fast and simple manner also addresses many areas in which people are enquiring into in today’s modern society. Some of these topics include experiencing awareness of spiritual education and subconscious programming through formatting Light Bodies and Chakras.
Kinergetics uses healing energy to correct with higher vibrational access to facilitate balancing the body/mind connection. Kinergetics is an exciting new Kinesiology modality perfectly servicing the modern Practitioners and Healers of today. In my opinion Kinergetics the most up to date and modern Kinesiology course available worldwide. It addresses the rapid evolvement of human awareness and the needs of our clients today.
How do I integrate Applied Physiology and Kinergetics?
While my procedure is flexible and tailored for each individual client, my basic format is to firstly check all Kinergetics hydration procedures and Applied Physiology 7 Chi Keys; the famous Acupressure chakra balancing upon all my new clients to ascertain a healthy balanced state is achieved, before addressing any major problems or issues.
Next I will check via muscle monitoring, which procedure to begin with; eg Kinergetics, Applied Physiology etc. During the course of all balances I constantly look for ways to access more accurate information and will integrate many methods together. One way may be to commence with an Applied Physiology Hologram, setup the hardware to go as deep into the body as required, then use Kinergetics to age recess and connect to specific events and emotions to help clear the issue or imbalance we are working with.
If Kinergetics is used within an Applied Physiology balance I would Kinergetics corrections within the balance then correct with Applied Physiology techniques to finalise the hologram. This also applies if I were to commence with Kinergetics and then incorporate an Applied Physiology procedure within the Kinergetics balance. At the end of each balance with all my clients I would use Kinergetics checks and Applied Physiology’s 7 Chi Keys to balance the client to the balance to ensure the work holds and the client’s energy system is stable.
As a teacher/trainer of both these modalities I find it easy to integrate these excellent modalities and educate my students accordingly.
Sherril Taylor. Casuarina NSW