Elizabeth Corea, a friend and Eden Energy Medicine Certification Program graduate, and I recently did an exchange. We tried out the kinesiology approach from this youtube link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fI3MaInxMlM&feature=player_embedded . Thanks to Kelmie Blake Spires for posting it.
I have plenty of old injuries to work with! We didn't cover everything at this session because after about 1/2 a dozen I experienced a familiiar Triple Warmer meridian overwhelm reaction. That's my body's way of letting me know "enough change already!" In my case my mind is often more willing to just keep on going. My body will let me know that it's time to stop, often by shaking uncontrollably.
On this occasion Elizabeth and I were plannning to do an electric session. After some general body preparation moves to assure that the body is open, relaxed, and receptive, the practitioner holds one of the several highly electric points on the body. A favorite one is the power point in the indentation in the center of the back of the neck. This taps into the electrical energy system which the body will then use whereever it is most needed. An electric session is very good for healing scar tissue, and in this instance our intention was to address scar tissue from blood draws on the inside of my right elbow that is making getting blood for lab tests painful.
When Elizabeth initiated the electric session the first place my body directed the energy was to the hip. When I got up off the table the pain I'd felt earlier was about 85% resolved. I'm wondering if this would be useful immediately following any procedure, surgery, mammograms, x-rays, etc so the body doesn't have a chance to store the memory.
I recall a process first encountered in a CP Review class preceding the practicum which was called "Ancient Echoes." We hadn't done it during the CP classes, but some groups apparently did, so it was included in the review. It involved similar movement of the head, but without making the specific connection to old injuries. The testing of circulation/sex was used as in the video, demonstrating the connection between hip and neck flexibility. I think the principle is the same. However, the process posted on YouTube in specific directs the body to known areas of cell memory.
Elizabeth and I decided to follow up to see what the long term impact will be. We also each have more areas of cellular memory left to "play" with. Later that evening I found that I could do the corrections on my own simply by placing a hand on an area of prior injury, and initiating the head movements on my own. It's not nearly as much fun as doing this with a partner, and I couldn't test the range of motion in my hips. It still remains unclear how long lasting this correction is.
I also found it sobering that root canals, mammograms, and sprained ankles were chosen for this demonstration. I imagine that not only root canals, but all dental work would qualify as cell memory to treat, as it is so very invasive.
At the same time, a process like this reminds me of how very resilient bodies are. They withstand so many assaults and just keep on keeping on. It's nice to have more ways to support them in supporting us!
~ Judith Poole, EEMCP