I am only comfortable teaching muscle testing when physically in a room with folks. My friend Jerry Teplitz, PH.D., is an expert on teaching this technique. I have experienced Jerry teaching muscle testing in several workshops. I am very thankful for this skill. So is my daughter. She disliked when I used a pendulum in a store to discover if a grocery substance was healthy for us. It is much easier to use my wrist and fist to get a “yes” or “no” answer.
I now use my wrist for the test of strength. I push down on my fist. If my wrist holds strong, I know the food, the vitamin, the medicine is a good choice. If my wrist collapses, I know it is a detrimental choice. If my wrist weakens a bit, I ask more questions until I get a firm yes or no answer.
When you have experienced muscle testing enough, you can create a relationship with your subconscious and ask simple yes or no questions about a substance being beneficial or destructive to your health.
“Muscle testing came out of Applied Kinesiology. Applied kinesiology (AK) which is also known as muscle strength testing, is a method of diagnosis and treatment based on the belief that various muscles are linked to particular organs and glands, and that specific muscle weakness can signal distant internal problems such as nerve damage, reduced blood supply, chemical …
Here is long article explaining muscle testing in detail: https://aspirenaturalhealth.com/muscle-testing-101/