“I’m Not Psychic At All”
It was Saturday, February 7, 1987.
My client, Helen (not her real name), asked me how I could possibly be so “psychically intuitive” to pinpoint her emotional traumas with such accuracy.
“I’m not psychic at all,” I replied. “Unconscious reflex motor movements reveal specific traumas.”
Plus, I had some help from more “conventional” methods of “unconventional” therapies …
1) Touch For Health, designed by John Thie, D.C., to promote Applied Kinesiology, the sophisticated Muscle Response System of George Goodheart, D.C.
2) Chapman Reflexes, the Viscero-Somatic Reflexes discovered by Frank Chapman, D.O.
2) Iris Analysis, specifically the work of Dr. Josef Deck, who transformed Iridology from pseudo-science into science.
Helen’s Spleen-Pancreas reflexes were swollen and irritated.
Her left iris showed a pancreatic tail marking indicating a predisposition to hereditary diabetes.
Helen confirmed, “My father was diabetic.”
Of course, I used Mind Hacking’s Cornerstone Technique to discover “Who” was the matter.
(Back then, I was still calling Mind Hacking “Body Dowsing,” an unfortunate choice of words.)
Mind Hacking reduces Body Language to a simple Yin-Yang formula …
WHO was the specific MAN or WOMAN who caused your unconscious mind to crash your car *or* fall down the stairs *or* sprain your ankle *or* bruise your shin *or* get food poisoning *or* wake up with a toothache *or* have a gall bladder attack *or* catch the flu *or* trip over an extension cord *or* be attacked by a dog.
I fibbed about not being psychic.
We’re all psychic to a greater or lesser degree, depending on the “set” and the “setting.”