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How to Calibrate the Levels of Consciousness

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    How to Calibrate the Levels of Consciousness General Information The energy field of consciousness is infinite in dimension. Specific levels correlate with
    Message 1 of 1 , Nov 1, 2005
      How to Calibrate the Levels of Consciousness

      How to Calibrate the Levels of Consciousness


      General Information


      The energy field of consciousness is infinite in dimension. Spe­cific levels correlate with human consciousness, and these have been calibrated from "1" to "1,000." (See: Map of the Scale of Consciousness below.) These energy fields reflect and dominate human consciousness.

      Everything in the universe radiates a specific frequency, or minute energy field, that remains in the field of consciousness permanently. Thus, every person or being whoever lived, and anything about them, including any event, thought, deed, feel­ing, or attitude, is recorded forever and can be retrieved at any time in the present or the future.




      The kinesiologic response (muscle testing) is a simple "yes" or "not yes" (no) response to a specific stimulus. In holistic health, it is usually done by the subjects holding out an extended arm and the tester pressing down on the wrist of the extended arm, using two fingers and light pressure. Usually the subject holds a substance to be tested over their solar plexus with the other hand. The tester says to the test subject, "Resist," and if the substance being tested is beneficial to the subject, the arm will be strong. If it is not beneficial or has an adverse effect, the arm will go weak. The response is very quick and brief.

      This test has been done by thousands of practitioners all over the world for many years, and the reliability and accuracy of the results have been well studied and documented. (See Refer­ences.) It is important to note that both the tester and the one being tested must calibrate over 200 in order to obtain accurate responses.


      The higher the levels of consciousness of the test team, the more accurate are the results. The best results are obtained if both team members are in the mid-400s, which represent clarity, aware­ness of context, and precision of definition, as well as integrity, self-honesty, and awareness. The best attitude is one of clinical detachment, posing a statement with the prefix statement, "In the name of the highest good, ______ calibrates as true. Over 100. Over 200," etc. The contextualization "in the highest good" increases accuracy because it transcends self-serving personal interest and motives.


      For many years, the test was thought to be a local response of the body's acupuncture or immune system. Later research, how­ever, has revealed that the response was not a local response to the body at all, but was instead a general response of consciousness itself to a substance or a statement. That which is true, beneficial, or pro-life gives a positive response that stems from the imper­sonal field of consciousness that is present in everyone living. This positive response is indicated by the body's musculature going strong. For convenience, the deltoid muscle is usually the one best used as an indicator muscle; however, any of the muscles of the body can be used, such as the gastrocnemias, which are often used by practitioners such as chiropractors.

      Before a question (in the form of a statement) is presented, it is necessary to qualify "permission"; that is, state "1 have permis­sion to ask about what I am holding in mind" (Yes/No), or "This calibration serves the highest good."

      If a statement is false or a substance is injurious, the muscles go weak quickly in response to the command "Resist." This indicates the stimulus is negative, untrue, anti-life, or the answer is "no." The response is fast and brief in duration. The body will then rapidly recover and return to normal muscle tension.


      The test requires two people: the tester and the test subject. A quiet setting is preferred, with no background music. The test subject closes their eyes. The tester must phrase the "question" to be asked in the form of a statement. The statement can then be answered as "yes" or "not yes" (no) by the kinesiologic response. For instance, the incorrect form would be to ask, "Is this a healthy horse?" rather than make the statement, "This horse is healthy," or its corollary, "This horse is sick."


      After making the statement, the tester says "Resist" to the test subject who is holding the extended arm parallel to the ground.


      The tester presses down with two fingers on the wrist of the ex­tended arm sharply, with mild force. The test subject's arm will either stay strong, indicating a "yes," or go weak, indicating a "not yes" (no). The response is short and immediate.


      Calibration of Specific Levels


      The critical point between positive and negative, between true and false, or between that which is constructive or destructive is at the calibrated level of 200 (see chart). Anything above 200, or true, makes the subject go strong; anything below 200, or false, allows the arm to go weak.

      Anything past or present, including images or statements, historical events, or personages, can be tested. They need not be verbalized.


      Numerical Calibration


      Example: "Ramana Marharshi's teachings calibrate over 700." (Y/N)

      Or, "Hitler calibrated over 200." (Y/N) "When he was in his 20s." (Y/N) "His 30s." (Y/N) "His 40s." (Y/N) "At the time of his death." (Y/N)




      The kinesiologic test cannot be used to foretell the future; otherwise, there are no limits as to what can be asked. Con­sciousness has no limits in time or space; however, permission may be denied. All current or historical events are available for questioning. The answers are impersonal and do not depend on the belief systems of either the tester or the test subject. For example, protoplasm recoils to noxious stimuli and flesh bleeds. Those are the qualities of these test materials and are impersonal. Consciousness actually knows only truth because only truth has actual existence. It does not respond to falsehood because false­hood does not have existence in reality. It will also not respond accurately to nonintegrous or egoistic questions, such as should one buy a certain stock, etc.

      The kinesiologic response is therefore, accurately speaking, either an "on" response or it is merely "not on." Like the electrical switch, we say the electricity is "on," and when we use the term "off," we just mean that it is not there. In reality, there is no such thing as "off-ness." This is a subtle statement but crucial to the understanding of the nature of consciousness. Consciousness is capable of recognizing only Truth. It merely fails to respond to falsehood. Similarly, a mirror reflects an image only if there is an object to reflect. If no object is present to the mirror, there is no reflected image.


      To Calibrate A Level


      Calibrated levels are relative to a specific reference scale. To ar­rive at the same figures as in the chart in Appendix B, reference must be made to that table or by a statement such as, "On a scale of human consciousness from 1 to 1,000, where 600 indicates enlightenment, this ___ calibrates over ___ (a number)." Or, "On a scale of consciousness where 200 is the level of Truth and 500 is the level of Love, this statement calibrates over ___." (State a specific number.)


      General Information


      People generally want to determine truth from falsehood. There­fore, the statement has to be made very specifically. Avoid using general terms such as a "good" job to apply for. "Good" in what way? Pay scale? Working conditions? Promotional opportunities? Fairness of the boss?




      Familiarity with the test brings progressive expertise. The "right" questions to ask begin to spring forth and can become almost un­cannily accurate. If the same tester and test subject work together for a period of time, one or both of them will develop what can become an amazing accuracy and capability of pinpointing just what specific questions to ask, even though the subject is totally unknown by either one. For instance, the tester has lost an object and begins to say, "I left it in my office." (Answer: No.) "I left it in the car." (Answer: No.) All of a sudden, the test subject almost "sees" the object and says, "Ask, 'On the back of the bathroom door.'" The test subject says, "The object is hanging on the back of the bathroom door." (Answer: Yes.) In this actual case, the test subject did not even know that the tester had stopped for gas and left the jacket in the restroom of a gasoline station.

      Any information can be obtained about anything anywhere in current or past time or space. By crosschecking, accuracy can be easily confirmed. It is normal to be skeptical at first. To anyone who learns the technique, however, more information is avail­able instantaneously than can be held in all the computers and libraries of the world. The possibilities are therefore obviously unlimited, and the prospects breathtaking.




      Approximately ten percent of the population is not able to use the kinesiologic testing technique for as yet unknown reasons other than that it is due to an "imbalance of their 'chi' energy." The test is accurate only if the test subjects themselves calibrate over 200 and the intention of the question is also integrous. Sometimes married couples, also for reasons as yet undiscovered, are unable to use each other as test subjects and may have to find a third person for a test partner.

      A suitable test subject is a person whose arm goes strong when a love object or person is held in mind, and it goes weak if that which is negative (fear, hate, guilt, etc.) is held in mind (e.g., Winston Churchill makes one go strong and bin Laden makes one go weak).

      Occasionally, a suitable test subject gives paradoxical responses. This can usually be cleared by doing the "thymic thump," as was discovered by Dr. John Diamond. (With a closed fist, thump three times over the upper breastbone, smile, and say "ha-ha-ha" with each thump and mentally picture someone or something that is loved.)

      The temporary imbalance will then clear up. It can be occa­sioned by recently having been with negative people, listening to heavy metal rock music, watching violent television programs, playing violent video games, etc. Negative music energy has a deleterious effect on the energy system of the body for up to one-half hour after it is turned off. Television commercials or background are also a common source of negative energy.




      The kinesiologic test is independent of personal opinion or be­liefs and is an impersonal response of the field of consciousness, which, like protoplasm, is impersonal in its responses. This can be demonstrated by the observation that the test responses are the same whether verbalized or held silently in mind. Thus, the test subject is not influenced by the question, as they don't even know what it is. To demonstrate this, do the following exercise: The tester holds in mind an image unknown to the test subject and states, "The image I am holding in mind is positive." (Or true, or calibrates over 200, etc.) On direction, the test subject then resists the downward pressure on the wrist. If the tester holds a positive image in mind (e.g., Abraham Lincoln, Jesus, Mother Theresa, etc.), the test subject's arm muscle will go strong. If the tester holds a false statement or negative image in mind (e.g., bin Laden, Hitler, etc.), the arm will go weak. Inasmuch as the test subject does not know what the tester has in mind, the results are not influenced by personal beliefs.


      Correct Kinesiological Technique


      Just as Galileo's interest was in astronomy and not in making telescopes, the Institute for Advanced Spiritual Research is de­voted to Consciousness research and not specifically to kinesiol-ogy. The video, Power Versus Force (Veritas Publishing, 1995), demonstrates the basic technique, which is also demonstrated in the more recent Calibration of Levels of Truth by Kinesiology (Veritas Publishing, 2005). More detailed information about kinesiology may be found on the Internet by searching for "kine-siology." Numerous references are provided, such as the College of Applied Kinesiology (www.icak.com), and other educational institutions.




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