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Emotional Issues

Emotional Modes

Many physical problems are caused by emotional stress, and it can be very beneficial to sort through these emotions, understand them, and let them go. Often this can help to alleviate any physical pain the client may be experiencing. In ICPKP (International College of Professional Kinesiology Practice), there are many techniques (modes) for dealing with emotional issues.

ESR (Emotional Stress Release)

ESR; Emotional Stress Release

One of the techniques used for ESR is The Worry Basket - a simple you powerful. With The Worry Basket, you relax and visualize all of your stresses, be they situations, interactions with specific people, work, health, pain, etc, and imagine putting them, one by one, into the worry basket. Once you have done this, you can visualise a hot air balloon being attached to the basket, symbolically sending it, and your issues, off into the atmosphere, along with all the stress associated with them.

Video Rewrite

Video Rewrite

This is a visualisation technique where the person goes back in their mind to a time that was stressful or traumatic for them. They then replay the scene again in their mind, letting it unfold, as they would have liked it to be. Obviously we cannot change the past, but we can change how we view it, and this can help us to deal with similar situations more effectively in the future.

Subconscious Sabotage Programs

Subconscous Sabotage

Sometimes something that has happened in the past can be buried in our subconscious, blocking us from moving forward in certain areas of our lives. For example; A person may have been criticised about their musical ability as a child, and now that they are grown up, regardless of the fact that they are very talented at playing the piano, they are overcome with nerves whenever they audition, because they haven’t released the negative thought pattern. In kinesiology, we are able to explore that time in the past when the sabotage pattern first started. By using various techniques such as visualisation and positive affirmations, we can help the person to release the fear that is holding them back. It is also helpful to decide on a goal - a course of action moving forward. In this instance it might be that the person starts a regular practice regime and works towards playing in front of a live audience. Kinesiology can be used to help define the goal and time frame so as to best server the process of healing.

Personality Typing Awareness, Stress Personalities

Personality Typing Awareness Stress Personalities

In their book “Your Stress Personalities”, psychotherapists Mary Dempsey and Rene Tihista, describe a series of seven stress personalities such as the “Internal Timekeeper”, the “Pleaser”, and the “Critical Judge”. The Internal Timekeeper, for example, has a compulsion to do several things at once, is always concerned with time, but has no time sense. (I’m sure we all know someone like that!) Once the person recognises these tendencies in themselves, the kinesiologist can help them to let go of the habits that are not serving them swell as helping them to prioritise tasks so that their use of time is more efficient.

Life Path and Goals

Life Path and Goals

This mode helps someone to consider their destiny or life purpose. They could be wondering, “Where am I?” or “Where am I going?” It can also help someone to sort out their priorities for example; Essential and non-essential demands, life interests, areas of their life that need attention. It is helpful in this situation for the kinesiologist and their client to work out an “action plan” for achieving their goals. For example, if the person wants to change careers, they could first take courses related to their new career, or do volunteer or part time work before deciding to give up their present job.



This mode is helpful when a person would like help understanding a particular dream. We look at whether or not it is a creative or stressful dream, and what the message might be. We also explore whether or not there are external factors, such as nutritional deficiency or toxicity involved, (for example; too much caffeine before bed can cause stressful dreams)

Oracle Cards, or Cards of self Change

Oracle Cards, or Cards of self Change

By using Kinesiology in conjunction with a traditional Oracle card reading, I can help you achieve a better understanding of the message received and how it relates to the issues at hand. I use a variety of Oracle cards including Angel cards, Trust Your Vibes cards, Earth Magic cards, just to name a few.

Muscular problems

Muscular Problems

Muscular problems can sometimes be caused by emotional issues. For example, have you ever felt your neck tense up in certain situations? Perhaps it only happens when you talk to a particular person?

Foot balances

In a foot balance we go through all the muscles of the feet. Using an indicator muscle, we locate the muscles are weak and strengthen them, using various pressure points. I also look to see if there are any emotions and stresses involved with the foot pain the client may be experiencing.



Is based on the belief that each part of the body is interconnected through the nervous system to the ands and the feet. Stimulating specific reflex points in the feet or hands can bring relief to poorly functioning areas of the body.

Pets - I can balance Pets


This might seem about out there for some people, but It is also possible to do kinesiology on animals! When balancing (doing a kinesiology session on) a pet, I use their owner as a surrogate. This means that I can use an indicator muscle from the person, to test emotions and stresses in the animal. This can be very helpful, because often animals will present with some puzzling symptoms, and it just saves so much time to give them a balance and find out what is going on with them.

Our beloved cat, Blackie, passed away a few months ago, and one of our other cats, Penny, seemed unaffected at first. However, a few days later, she started having diarrhoea, and also seemed quite agitated. After cleaning up the mess, I decided to give her a balance.

It turns out that at first she thought that Blackie had just run away. Then when it seemed like he was not coming back, she felt stressed and worried about him. She was also embarrassed for not realising that he had died in the first place!

I know that this will be hard for some people to believe, but all I can say is that the diarrhoea has stopped, and she seemed much calmer after the balance than before.

Our pets often take on our emotions also. I recently visited the house of one of my clients so that I could balance her dog: who we'll call Milly. Milly had been wetting the carpet, barking at night and waking everyone up, and generally being a pain! During the balance I found that she was upset because My client and her husband had been arguing. She also felt that my client's husband didn't like her. My client confirmed that her husband has never liked Milly, and has threatened to give her away on several occasions!

On following up with my client, I found that Milly has been settling down better at night, but that she till wets the carpet if there is tension in the house, but at least my client knows why now!

Weight Loss

through kinesiology we can explore the possible emotional causes of a person's weight problems. Once these problems are dealt with, conventional weight loss programs have a much better chance of success.