|Topic:||A comment on motor signals...|
Anyone here who has some farmilarity with Applied Kineseology, in which motor signals are accessed with both subject and agent in up-time states, which requires no trance experience from either, requires a minimal ammount of sensory acuity from either and seems to some observers, myself included, to be more accurate than involuntary finger signals?
Also, some have manged to use this method to get specific pieces of information (including health realted) which I have not seen even approached with any form of trace work.
Anyone have some good comments about this?
|Topic||Date Posted||Posted By|
|A comment on motor signals...||02/03/2004 06:54:10||Eric|
|Re:A comment on motor signals...||02/03/2004 16:45:55||John Grinder|
|Re:Re:A comment on motor signals...||04/03/2004 02:45:50||tom|
|Re:Re:Re:A comment on motor signals...||04/03/2004 04:10:54||russ kenworthy|
|Re:Re:A comment on motor signals...||04/03/2004 17:47:37||Eric|