8,550 words, short booklet; plus, additional front and back matter
Originally in the 1970s, holistic health and healing was strongly tied into the new "do it yourself" ethic. In healthcare, many--not all--patients evolved from being primarily passive recipients to learning and doing much more for themselves. If you are someone who can't go backwards, can't stay where you are, and must go forwards now, here is a way to go forward into greater self-awareness, mindfulness and self-healing.
In the 1970s, a significant fraction of holistic health consumers became self-responsive, active participants in their own self-healing. Many of these became holistic practitioners. Dowsing, which became muscle testing, which became self-muscle-testing was strikingly prominent.
Q: If self-testing is so wonderful, why is it so obscure?
A: Before he died John-Roger, suggested the average person (mainstream) would catch up and be ready to consider muscle testing [as a path of self-connection] in about 100 years, approximately 2115.
Prior to 2115, persons practicing, employing and enjoying the benefits of SMT can expect to feel like, throw-forwards, ahead of their own time. If you are up for this, fine. If not your adventure--also fine. Consequently this booklet now may speak to relatively few persons.
Author Bruce Dickson's most advanced work is in Holistic Brain Balance. He's been supporting clients professionally since 2001.
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