One of my favorite Dr. David R. Hawkins’ quotes.

One of my favorite muscle testing quotes

With muscle testing you can navigate to your full potential

I’ve been reading Dr. David R. Hawkins’ books since the 1990’s. He has inspired me and helped me on my path. Here is one of my recent favorite quotes that I have been using in my “Muscle testing 101” classes:

“Like the sun, the inner Self is always shining, but because of negative clouds, we do not experience it. It is not necessary to program oneself with the truth; it is only necessary to remove that which is false. The removal of the clouds from the sky to illuminate the negative allows one to experience the energy fields of that which is positive. It is only the removal of the negative that is necessary-the willingness to let go of the habits of negative thinking. The removal of the obstacles to the experiencing of this will result in an increasing sense of aliveness and a joy of one’s own existence.”

~David R. Hawkins, MD, Ph.D

It still blows me away about how we can find what the interference to someone’s well being is with muscle testing. The mind, the ego, false beliefs don’t get in the way. With muscle testing you can directly asses what is the best for you.

What are your thoughts? Let me know.

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4 Responses to One of my favorite Dr. David R. Hawkins’ quotes.

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  2. L. SMITH says:

    I have had inner muscle tension for the last 8 years. What can I do to get relief?

  3. Hank says:

    It is unfortunate that Hawkins repeatedly uses the term applied kinesiology to describe his methodology because this could not be further from the truth. He uses a single muscle test which in itself, forms the fundamental basis of AK but is but one of very many aspects of AK procedure, practice and training. His assertion that what he does is AK is akin to suggesting that lancing boils is total medical practice. This type of testing is not part of any “approved AK material” which can only be taught by our certified teaching diplomats to aspiring applied kinesiologist who must hold licensure to diagnose before embarking on a rigorous 100 hour postgraduate course. Certainly the use of the muscle test has gained greater acceptance and is widely used by people from all walks of life from laypeople to specialist medical doctors in determining functional problems, but in strict adherence to the rules and guidelines of the limitations of the test itself.

    Eric Pierotti, D.C.
    President, International College of Applied Kinesiology

    David Hawkins attended one seminar of my husband’s way back in the mid 1970’s and that is it. He has never studied with Dr. Diamond, nor asked approval to use pictures or his name in his book. Nothing has been paid or even a book sent. There has been no contact whatsoever from Dr. Hawkins. We only know of the book because someone showed it to us.

    In the very early days, Dr. Diamond, with the Founder of Applied Kinesiology, Dr. George Goodheart’s approval, started Behavioral Kinesiology which looked more at the mental side which Dr. Goodheart said Dr. Diamond should add as he was a psychiatrist and trained in AK. At that time, no one even really knew what AK was let alone BK. As time progressed, Dr. Diamond stopped using the term BK and has put in his newer editions a warning that one should be properly trained by the International College of Applied Kinesiology of which Dr. Diamond is a Diplomate.

    As far as we know, Hawkins has had no training in Applied Kinesiology which is a very intensive course of about 360 hours or so. If that is the case, then he should not be using muscle testing which he calls Applied Kinesiology.

    Also, Dr. Diamond is a serious researcher. He does not use AK or BK as a truth detector. The wonderful tool of AK can be a fabulous diagnostic tool for many things as long as it is respected and learned properly.

    Susan Diamond
    Wife of John Diamond, M.D.

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