When you have a Kinesiology session, you’ll often be asked: “How do you feel?”
We like talking about feelings, us Kinesiologists.
However, I’ll often tell clients it’s okay to NOT know how they feel. That it’s cool to not to put a label on it if there isn’t one handy.
Because sometimes our conscious mind doesn’t need all of the answers, as long as there’s awareness of what’s going on where it counts.
This is a bit of tricky topic, right? Our entire world is conditioned to THINK, label and state what’s going on. We feel better about having a way of talking about things with specific words, right?
I often wonder about this when I see people going out of their way to find a diagnosis for what they think is wrong with them. Maybe whatever is going on doesn’t need a label?
What if instead, it needs to be felt, experienced and released?
As a Kinesiologist and Intuitive healer, I rely heavily on my senses
The moment you walk into my clinic, or sometimes even when we have our initial chat on the phone… my senses are already tuning in to what’s going on. What do I feel? How can I best serve you?
One of the many tools I use is acupressure – the holding of specific meridian points to help the body regain flow and rhythm.
There can be a significant change in how those points feel after your body’s awareness has been drawn to the blocks you’re holding.
Another tool I use is my extended senses. So if I ask you “what else is going on?”, then you know that there’s more than needs to be surfaced in your session, even if it isn’t on a conscious level. It could be something I’m seeing, feeling, hearing and sometimes smelling.
As well as the above, most of my tools are sensory
The word “Kinesiology” is connected to “kinesthetics”, meaning “learning through feeling”. So everything we do in a session is about re-connecting you to how you feel or have felt at some point in your life.
I’m currently completing an amazing program called “Garment of Stars” with Justin Moikeha Asar, creator of The Liquid Crystals. I also recently completed the Level 1 Liquid Crystal practitioner training.
In the course, we’re absorbing a vast amount of beautiful wisdom from Justin.
One of the many key teachings to-date is about the importance of balancing thought and feeling
Predominantly our world functions in the mental/thought realm. Emotions and feelings are often pushed aside or ignored. Which can lead to stress, dis-ease and chronic illness.
To find equilibrium and harmony, it’s a good idea to explore how you can be more at home with your emotional body, and work with the mental body to calm down and begin to trust your emotions as another source of wisdom.
To find balance and peace. Would you like some of that?
So, my questions to you for today are…how do you feel?
Your feelings don’t have to have a label, but can you connect with your body and your sensory experiences?
Are you able to do so comfortably?
Does it feel safe to explore your emotions and feelings?
Ambha Amanda Roberts is a Kinesiologist, Intuitive Healer, educator and facilitator based on the Sunshine Coast, Australia. She offers Kinesiology sessions both in-person and via Skype/Zoom all over the world.
Ambha Amanda is the co-creator of Adventures of Staria, which includes a series of Staria cards, and an upcoming book for children (including inner children).