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In muscle testing (Now also known as “Applied Kinesiology”) a person is asked to resist a force exerted on a body part (usually an arm) while they hold a statement in mind. If the statement is true, then the “body part” locks and resists the force.

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So we pose questions to which we gauge my body's response by muscle testing . I hold my arm at a ninety-degree angle to my body.

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