First workshop accredited as a CEU by the International Kinesiology College (IKC) – October 2012!
Western Herbs for Eastern Meridians and Five Element Theory is a level entry Energy Kinesiology workshop designed to introduce initiates to the basics of muscle testing using nature‘s herbs as a meridian correction. Everything necessary to balance the meridians is included in the manual. No live herbs necessary. Herbs carry a vibrational imprint that your body recognizes directly by connecting with the plant’s energy through its picture and through the plant’s message. Indicated on every herbal page is a suggestion of the emotion blocking the meridian flow. Simply put, meridians are being supported physically, emotionally and spiritually through nature: a true holistic approach to well-being.
This 3 hour workshop introduces the student to self monitoring for self assessment, as well as partner monitoring. If taking the herbs is an option, sensitivity testing is included in the training.
This mini workshop introduces the initiate to two simple indicator muscles for partner monitoring. The meridians are assessed energetically through the Five Element reflexes located around the navel. Once the meridian assessment has been completed, the Herbal Five Element Chart© is used to determine the favorable herb and it’s message in support of optimum chi flow.
Western Herbs for Eastern Meridians and Five Element Theory workshop includes a manual, workbook, and instructional DVD. The instructional DVD is mostly intended for the facilitator, offering background information on the importance of meridians and the Five Element theory but also step by step instruction on how to share the workshop effectively. No formal Instructor Training Workshop is necessary for registered Touch for Health instructors. This material can be ordered in print or downloaded as e-books from www.soundessence.net.
“In the care of yourself or others there are many ways to assess what would be helpful. One way is to balance the energy of the soul by using muscle tests to determine where the energy is not in harmony with the purposes and goals of the person seeking change. In the TFHK model the herbal preparations are given to balance energy imbalances as found from assessing the meridian imbalance by muscle testing. In this model the herb has a chemical component but is also hypothesized to have a subtle energy component which is the herbal signature or message from the plant kingdom to the human soul.
This herbal manual assists the Touch for Health Kinesiology Practitioner to make herbal choice that addresses the energy imbalance both physically and spiritually to bring harmony to the soul, the whole person seeking change in their life.”
Dr. John F. Thie, Author of Touch for Health.
“I enjoyed the inclusion of a “herbal attitude” portion which gives clients the metaphysical message to support them in their spiritual journey. Evelyn has outlined the herbs in a chart with their Mental/Emotional/Physical relevance. This means that while the client is receiving physical benefit from the use of the herb, a herbal ‘message’ also offers their spirit an additional perspective for energy balancing.”
Dr. Bruce A.J. Dewe, MD NZRK MICAK Dean of the ICPKP
“The book itself was designed to be a working herbal manual for any busy practitioner in the healing arts. It is also a very practical guide for any one wanting to know how the herb is supporting their body while they are taking it to maintain health and vitality.
This herbal manual lays out the physical benefits of using the herb as well as the stuck emotion-causing imbalance in the body. It also allows the herb user an opportunity to explore the attitude needed to grow past to help the body to repair the imbalance of the body. Herbs support the body three dimensionally: physically, emotionally and spiritually.
This book is fabulous in that it:
. Is in color,
. Covers the energy anatomy of the body,
. Discusses the difference between the western and the eastern approach to health,
. Outlines each of the meridians,
. Explains the meridian potential for the physical and the energy body,
. Explains the purpose of the elements in the healing,
. Explains Kinesiology,
. Embraces the potential of energy balancing through the use of herbs.”
Evelyn Mulders, Faculty of the ICPKP, Principal – Kinesiology College of Canada