Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Basic Elements of Human Existance

Basic Elements of human existence

The Necessary Basic Elements of human existence.

So, there are four basic and necessary elements: energy, genetics, time and space, and the ability to integrate all of these together - Deep States. As you study further the Model of Universal Principles, you will discover that these four references are extremely important for finding out the conflicts we endure through ignorance of how we really operate.

The Challenges
What makes these elements, or references, significant is the need for our nervous system to be challenged and hence the ability to adapt to those challenges. What makes these elements significant in disease and health problems are the defences and suppressions we experience that limit our ability to create new relationships without our lives.

Adaption
The human body is a remarkable adaption device with many sophisticated adaption mechanisms at its service. Even with this highly developed flexibility, we are still only able to adapt as well as our experience has taught us. This means that we all have a learned set of responses to life that may suit our needs in some circumstances but not in others. By making a limited number of habitual adaptive responses, we can too easily start to restrict our adaption and hence create health risks for ourselves.

Habit
We see in the response to certain types of muscle tests, where a person has responded to a situation in a habitual way rather than creating a new and appropriate response. In an attempt to understand what and how the muscular system is able to reveal the various adaption inabilities a person may experience, Neuro-Training has developed a summary of the different types of muscle responses. A major part of this is 'The Four Phases of Muscle Monitoring'.

A muscle tested in contraction unlocks when the person is no longer able to adapt to some stress or functional demand somewhere. But the general context of any inappropriate response in a muscle in contraction is an inability to adapt to a particular current circumstance.

The effect is to spread the load of the interference amongst the circuitry of the antagonists and so free the function of the primary muscle to continue to do what it has to. When this has occurred, the primary muscle, when tested in extension, will not be able to hold its position. In fact, this test is checking the integrity of the antagonist muscle circuits as they relate to the primary muscle.

The next phase of testing is in the Gamma 2 type. The 'normal' testing is done by the facilitator initiating the movement. A Gamma 2 test is done where the client initiates the movement and then the facilitator applies pressure to the moving limb.

A muscle that will not hold in a Gamma 2 contraction test shows an accident in the past is still affecting the recuperation ability of the person. Or it may be indicating a nutritional imbalance. A muscle that will not hold in a Gamma 2 extension test shows a 'suppression' is affecting the person's ability to heal themselves.

Kinesiology Energy Systems
People are definitely energetic and this human energy requirement has to exist in different forms that allow us to manipulate and direct the energy to our advantage. So, yes, everything is energy, and because of the different forms or filters of this energy, we have to learn how to use them in different ways.

This depends on our having a clear understanding of how the energetic part of us actually works, which is different to the genetic components that allow us to use the energy. I would suggest that the practical application of any energetic form is dependent on understanding the correct use of the genetic components of that energetic being.

Genetics and energy
These are the starting point for any investigation into human function and yet there is also at least two other primary areas of research to be developed before we can say we ‘know’ human function. Everything can be classified as either ‘existence’ or a ‘relationship’ of some type.

Time and space
For us to fully grasp the concepts, we need to understand human function. We have to consider the relationship we have to time and space as well as energy and genetics. Time and space have been used to describe each other because of their unique intimacy with each other.

Energy does act on us and we on it but we do so within a set of genetic limitations. Energy and genetics combine to form a unique individual who progresses through life in a physical place through a period of time. If energy, genetics and time or space were integrated in such a way to support everything we want to do at a conscious and subconscious level, we would be able to achieve anything we want.

The question then, is what maintains the level of integration we need to achieve the things we want?

Article by:
Val Walters Kinesiologist

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