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1 THE INHERENT SYMBOL OF FLOW Dr. Wayne Cook’s and Brain Gym® Hook-Ups How to temporarily balance your nervous system so that you can receive more energy - and it will only take from 5 seconds to 5 minutes! By THOME-us (MARTee) TegTmeyer Edited by Laurie Copeland, RPP Reprinted with permission. Originally published by International Energy Currents, Autumn/Winter 2005 (updated T. M. Tegtmeyer and published in Spring 2006 Tone Magazine, Ottawa , and updated and published in Energy Kinesiology News February 2010 and July 2013 ) Acknowledgements Apart from the many references to sources in the article, I would like to honour the memory of integrating innovators, the late: Margaret Ann Richardson Kean (Margaret A. Kean, Margaret Fields Kean), Dr. George Goodheart; Dr. Alan Beardall, Dr. John F. Thie; Gordon Stokes; Dr. David Walther, Dr. Wayne Cook, Richard Utt, Moy, Lin-Shin; Mui, Ming-To. In addition, I particularly appreciate the physiology work of Dr. Paul Dennison and Gail Dennison, and Dr. Carla Hannaford: 2005, 2 nd edition, Smart Moves: Why Learning Is Not All in Your Head , and Dr. Robert Frost Applied Kinesiology: A Training Manual and Reference Book of Basic Principles and Practices (first published in German in 1999). As well Donna Eden wrote her book Energy Kinesiology and Dr. John Ochsman wrote The Scientific Basis behind Energy Kinesiology. In addition, Dr. Scott Cuthbert et al. published in 2013: Applied Kinesiology Essentials: The Missing Link in Health Care and Applied Kinesiology: Clinical Techniques for Lower Body Dysfunctions. The Medicine Wheel logo above honours the combined Aboriginal Four Medicines/Directions with Traditional Chinese Medicine Five Element Theory. The Bernoulli lemniscate image above comes from: HTTP://ONLINE.REDWOODS.CC.CA.US/INSTRUCT/DARNOLD/CALCPROJ/FALL07/MEEKSADELSPERGER/LEMN ISCATE/LEMNISCATEOFBERNOULLIT.PNG Introduction This article is focused on the transformative power of circular patterns such as spirals, helixes and figures-of-eight, “lemniscates.” I have used these forms in my holistic health practice since 1995 with effective results, incorporating physical movements, symbols and discussion largely through the Results System, a simplified protocol with great intent that suggests to a client areas of exploration to pinpoint stressors and how to address them to achieve optimal conditions. This is facilitated by the use of muscle monitoring, a technique used by kinesiologists and health professionals to help them understand people and who they are through the body’s neuromuscular responses. To better understand the physiology of this work and other traditions, I began to study Brain Gym® Educational Kinesiology. Brain Gym® links learning theory to
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2 the function of muscles and to balance them with intentions and goals. In doing so, there are physiological changes affecting the senses, emotions and perception (Carla Hannaford: 2005.) Symbolism of Circular Forms Rudolf Steiner often used the figure-8 or “lemniscate” to illustrate his descriptions concerning the interplay of polarities in all manners and ways. This figure may of
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