How Does Muscle Testing Factor Into The Sleep Attunement Process?

Muscle testing has been used in Chinese medicine for centuries, allowing practitioners to listen to the body’s unique ailments and then help people to treat and heal. At that time, Western culture did not have the proven research to be able to explain how it worked, so it was met with a lot of skepticism. Muscle testing became far more well-known after leading researchers such as Dr. Jeffrey Martin studied the physiological aspects of this at Harvard in the early 1900s; he was able to target muscle groups and isolate where issues are coming from, simply by asking the patient a series of questions designed to identify the root cause of the ailment.

In the 1960s, Dr. Goodheart made further breakthroughs with this research by helping both patients and the scientific community understand how to target root causes of pain. A shoulder pain may in fact be a shoulder issue, but it may also be something far deeper and more esoteric. This modality has led to healing for countless people and became recognized for its groundbreaking work with the US Olympic Team. In the 21st century, we now know that muscle testing can help us understand not just physiological issues but psychological ones as well – well-trained practitioners of muscle testing can use this as an effective tool for understanding the root of people’s suffering and emotional distress.

Coupled with effective coaching, muscle testing has proven to be a wildly useful modality for defining a plethora of root causes – as well as effective remedies – for sleep issues, and we hope that you will explore this further with the expert guidance of Barbara and Elizabeth.