Sunday, December 6, 2015

Introduction to Resolve

Introduction
Welcome to Resolve. This series of modules relates to:
The ability to express one’s spirit; ones true self, from the heart;
creating a personal reality that reflects that true self, that spirit.
This, the first module relates to identifying what is unresolved, the conflict that is limiting the person in the expression of their true self.

Unresolved Challenges Conflict and Confusion Invalidation Vulnerability
Versus
Resolved Challenges Awareness & Understanding Self-Validation & Trust Resilience
Resolve
I have always been investigative in my work. When the “cause” of a set of symptoms is known, my next question is “What caused that?”.  When the answer to that is known, I ask, “What caused that?” drilling down to the disturbance in the persons expression of their life (spirit), that has resulted in those symptoms.
Our genetics give us the ability to express our life. Genetics gives us the ability to choose how we want to express our life; to choose our thinking, our behaviours, and how to inhabit our physical body.
Whatever disturbs that genetic ability, and therefore the expression of our life, are challenges that we don’t, can’t, resolve. These challenges may come from being involved in a major devastating event like a flood, an earthquake, or a tsunami, but can just as easily come from a seemingly insignificant every day event. It is not the size of the challenge or what the trauma was, but our response to the challenge that matters, that determines whether we will develop a conflict and symptom pattern or not; whether we will be vulnerable or resilient in the future as a result.
There are a million techniques out there (an exaggeration perhaps – or maybe not) that are applied to symptom patterns, and some of those will work some of the time. They will work, in that the symptom pattern will disappear. When the symptoms appear to have gone, the person may feel that they have had a “cure”. There are two possibilities, either they have resolved their conflict and have indeed achieved a “cure”, or they have enlisted defence strategies to enact denial, avoidance, and/or suppression.
Article by:
Val Walters

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Thursday, July 10, 2014

Beyond Neurology

It is possible for students using Beyond Neurology procedures as a series of techniques to have missed the point.

If they realise that it is a series of techniques that is leading them to become artists, then they can become good practitioners because they then get the concept that anything is possible and NOT that anything fixes anything, but that anything is possible and they have a method of determining what those possibilities should be. We learn as we growing up, that if we don’t follow the rules we get punished, so some people are using the process to be safe - but this is a fear and can be a lead in to frustration.

Our Innate Intelligence shows the relationships between your Intelligence and Fears and gives you lots of way to access then. Not doing it right is not the problem - the FEAR of not doing right is the problem.

We are not dealing with the conscious mind all the way through Beyond Neurology, that’s why we have to start with the genetics. We are dealing with the conflict. Where did the conflict come from? The genetics are taking the person one way and their belief is pulling them somewhere else. Conflicts - It’s the conflict that’s going to be challenged, not the compensation. Your own judgements come in and say don’t do it that way, it should be done this way instead.

Often these judgements are a dangerous position to take because they are too easily problem oriented. “I need to get rid of my symptoms - give me a technique” the client say. The practitioner responds with “Here is a technique”. But does this resolve the conflict? Very occasionally it can but this is unusual.

Conflict Example: You see a person who should be doing say accountancy in life, it’s what he is most suited to, but he is doing a plumbers job. You say “why aren’t you doing accountancy”. He says, “Because my father said I’d never be any good as a plumber” - And you believed him! He now has instant conflict that goes on for all his life. Using the Beyond Neurology approach, highlights of these conflicts can happen. We need to be aware and look for these conflicts and refocus to find the best solution.

Conflict Example: A person having trouble learning - shows they have had a conflict between what they want to learn and what they have had to learn. A person’s truth is always with them. We can’t teach them their own truth only they can do that. What is it that is stopping them from discovering and expressing their own truth? These obstacles are often unknown by the subconscious and using methods and techniques outlined in my Kinesiology Training Classes can identify not only the mechanisms of the compensation patterns, but the context and the values that they are trying to live out and what is we do are helping them to get back to normal with Beyond Neurology.

The Viscera. This is an area highly overlooked. It has been investigated by American Alan Beardall. In his manuals on muscles, he has visceral points for each muscle. Bernard Jenson has explained the significance of investigating the viscera, regularly stating that all disease comes from the viscera of the organs. He sees that when people do a toxin cleanse, the last stage before complete absence of symptoms, is the removal of mucous from the viscera. Bernard Jensen’s therefore feels that if the mucous stage is the last stage of recuperation, then the problem must have started with the mucous membranes - and that is in the viscera.
See: beyondneurology.com.au