Reflexology Applications
reflex-balance - REFLEXOLOGY - the maps of health
REFLEXOLOGY - the "Maps of Health"

Ewald Kliegel
 for therapy,  professional wellness und a good body feeling

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Let Your Body Speak - the book about your organs - by Ewald Kliegel & Anne Heng - Findhorn Press - Forres IV36 2TF - Scotland
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Reflexology - Applications
Testing methods
In the professional use of reflexology we need testing procedures for a targeted work. This applies equally to applications in therapy and wellness. Thus we can find especially the MPR (maximal points of reference). In therapy, the MPRs lead us to the organs that are currently affected. Subsequently the tests show us what applications will promise the greatest success.

In reflexology we use especially the respiratory reference, the dowsing rod or the pendulum, muscle testing and pulse shift (RAC). All these techniques are based on YES-NO systems which refer to an internal approval or rejection and thus they are connected via the psychosomatic interfaces with the autonomic nervous system and the unconscious. Regarded this way the testing procedures are nonverbal responses of the body awareness.

The first step in all testings is always to calibrate the state of "YES" and "NO", i.e. we explore and register the reactions in relation to an affirmative "YES" and a rejecting "NO".

For this, especially those questions or requests proved to best which are focused on preferences and dislikes. The "YES" state we may calibrate for example with: "Please think now of your favorite food?" or "What do you like most?" and for the "NO" state we could use: "What food do you detest?" or "Please think now of something you don't like at all to eat!" After each of the YES and NO responses the client should be given a moment to find this inner experience for the calibrated state.

Depending on your personal inclination a test method is generally preferred. Nevertheless, all are equally reliable. Moreover, they are ideally suited to train the communicative skills of perception and to improve the sensitivity for nonverbal signals.

The testing procedures are described in my books and are taught in the seminars.