If you are a healthcare provider using muscle testing to assess problems and guide treatment, then congratulations, you are one of thousands of pioneers around the world who have embraced what will hopefully, one day, be the new medicine. But, if you are not yet using vials in your practice, you are honestly missing out on a powerful tool that will change your practice. In the vibrational medicine paradigm, the frequencies in vials address the root cause of disease.
Most providers who muscle test use some form of therapy localization. This means that they touch different areas of the body to determine which part of the nervous system has a short circuit. These areas, which have been called subluxations, blockages, interference fields, or somatic dysfunction, can be considered irritable parts of the autonomic nervous system. They have a lowered threshold for triggering the stress response. This stress response affects muscle strength, pulse tone, skin conductivity, fascial tension, and other aspects of physiology that providers can test.
Muscle testers know how powerful it can be to find these blockages and release the tension they contain, making them less vulnerable to being triggered. But it may be even more important to find out what triggers them. And what triggers them is frequencies.
Some providers already do frequency testing, but they do it without vials. Some of you may be asking your patients to hold foods in their hands to identify possible allergies or sensitivities. Perhaps you are having people hold natural health products - entire bottles or vials from test kits that contain a small amount of a product in each vial. You might be doing other forms of testing based on words, sounds, colours, memories or other stimuli.
These methods are all based on a universal principle, which is still poorly understood and virtually unknown. This is the fact that the nervous system reacts to frequency patterns. The nervous system turns everything in our world into vibrations. What we perceive as sights, sounds, smells, and tastes is information delivered to the brain as complex wave patterns. And in the paradigm of vibrational medicine, these wave patterns are stored in tissue as clusters of water molecules.
Water clusters appear to be a universal storage device. The unique shape of a water cluster is determined by the vibration that created it. This is not a fanciful idea of alternative medicine; it is an established fact that is the basis for real-world scientific methods like spectroscopy and nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) imaging. Frequencies create water clusters, which is how water stores information. This is a plausible mechanism for homeopathy, and we think it is also the basis for memory.
Frequencies irritate blockages because the body remembers trauma. We think it does this by storing frequencies that are associated with any trauma, injury or stress. They are stored in water clusters in the tissues in the area of a blockage. And when you hold a vial that contains similarly shaped water clusters, their frequencies in vials activate the water clusters in affected tissues. This happens through resonance, which is the same principle that explains how an opera singer can shatter a wine glass.
This leads to many reasons why you should consider using vials. What makes vials such powerful tools is that the frequencies they deliver are stored in water, the same way that they are stored in your body. This common vehicle creates a common language that leads to clearer, more reliable, and more powerful testing. If you are using digital frequencies, real substances, or intention-based testing, vials will almost certainly add value to your testing.
Another benefit of vials is that you can test for a broader range of stressors. We have reorganized our kit menu into categories that correspond to six kinds of stressors. These are frequencies associated with foods; microbes; synthetic or man-made chemicals; biological or naturally occurring chemicals; endogenous chemicals produced by the body; and non-chemical frequencies, like thoughts, emotions, atmospheric or geopathic stressors, and EMFs.
Vials also provide something tangible that patients can touch and feel, making sense of the changes observed during muscle testing. This is important when demonstrating that a stressor makes the patient weak. It is even more important for confirming treatment. When the patient feels a weak muscle go strong again, two things occur. First, it creates belief and expectation of benefit in the patient, which is a key component of the placebo response that is a key part of healing. Second, it acts on the nervous system itself, toning and re-establishing a circuit that has been in a state of dysfunction for months or years.
Muscle testing is still in its infancy. There are many insights, tools and tricks that individual providers have figured out for themselves over their years of practice. If you have a secret tool, an insight or anything else you feel is worth sharing, write to us. We are committed to helping shed light on this exciting, mysterious, emerging field of integrative medicine.
The Ergo team
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