Kinesiology has developed many ‘switch on’ points and techniques for the eyes, ears, coordination and the brain as a ‘whole’. A neurologically well-organized person can make coordinated movements with the opposite sides of the body at the same time and does not easily become confused. Good neurological integration expresses itself as clear awareness and coordinated control of the body, and mental clarity.
Switching or neurologic disorganization suggests a lack of integration between the dimensions of left-right, up-down, or back-front in the nervous system and body. Switching can change the results of muscle testing, giving false information.
Activating these points and energy flow, can help you at times when you may not be thinking clearly, you feel indecisive or just cannot concentrate. I use these as part of my morning routine even before I get out of bed. They’re so easy and effective, that I have taught them to my 3 year old daughter.
Action: Run the hand back and forth from the pubic bone to the chin along the Central Meridian. Repeat this 10 times and finish with 3 up strokes moving the hand away from the body to return to the pubic bone starting point.
Results: This reinforces the natural flow of the Central Meridian and serves to clear energy blocks
There are three locations for activation for this balance.
Action: Place one hand over the navel, holding the hand still. With your free hand, rub two points just below the collar bone/sternal junction. These are two end points of the kidney meridian. Swap hands and repeat.
Results: This energy activation stimulates the left and right brain hemispeheres.
Action: Place one hand over the navel, holding the hand still. With your free hand rub two points; one above the top lip and one below. Swap hands and repeat.
Results: This energy activation stimulates the top and bottom brain regions.
Action: Place one hand over the navel, holding the hand still. With your free hand rub the tail bone up and down. Swap hands and repeat.
Results: This energy activation stimulates the front and back brain regions