BEMT: A Muscle Testing Program That Works

You can learn muscle testing.

But whether it is through Youtube videos or weekend seminars, many are concerned at what the classes look like.

In attending a course with Yoshiaki Omura, I quickly learned the problem with his school: you couldn’t access the techniques. There was no manual. There was no organized walk through of waht you needed to know to practice. One simply had to be part of the student group for years and, seemingly, learn the technique through osmosis. In spite of the great work he has done, studying this system simply requires more “following” than “doing” for most students.

And the expense of testing materials is unreal. One can spend ten thousand or thirty thousand dollars–and still feel like they are just getting started.

NRT is an offering. Though many have success with this, the cult-like orientation appears again. One must do things in a certain way; all problems seemingly have an antidote in a standard process supplement. The school of thought is interesting; Freddie Yulin, it’s creator, apparently asked Dietrich Klinghardt if he could call his program “ART” (Autonomic Response Testing). Klinghardt flatly noted, in telling this story, that Yulin had seemingly ripped off his work–but not applied some of the most important techniques.

Autonomic Response Testing is a beautiful system to behold–but the problems become apparent when you put it into practice.

In a recent ART III course, held in an online format, I tried to ask about suggestions for those who couldn’t afford the standard track being suggested. Muscle testing is a technique that can be used in an expansive variety of ways; but without being part of the ART community for years and again learning the deeper teachings seemingly by osmosis, one is simply suggested to use a simple list of supplements (all of which are notably pricey). Patients entering care at Sofia are told to prepare to spend $1600 per month on supplements the last time I checked; courses still echo these types of pathways (based heavily in BioPure products).

Disclaimer: Autonomic Response Testing brought me to my life purpose, and is my favorite muscle testing system that has evolved. The last thing that I would do is disparage Dietrich Klinghardt for his notable, powerful, and world transforming work. I note concerns pertaining to the practicality of accessing Klinghardt’s work from the standpoint of the average person, which are not concerns for all but for some.

My question was never answered. And the importance of this should not be discounted: though ART can be used to test a wide variety of options and pathways, the courses are designed to instruct one to use BioPure (and KI Science) products. Unfortunately, many of us cannot afford a $120 galactose, or multiple $72 bottles of a 4 oz tincture. Much of the concern with ART pertains to the expense of protocols, and, perhaps, their inflexibility. For those who know its depths, this is not a problem (affordable options can be tested, and free interventions like laser therapies can be applied). But for new students, it is quite a daunting task. Partially because you are being taught a style of protocol that you have to pick up bit by bit while glossing over major details (you never get a course on cancer, or Parkinsons, or any specific issues. You just have to hope they come up in a general class), and partially due to expense of testing materials and the protocols themselves.

I recall early ART patients did quite well on $1000/month protocols–but it was maybe one in ten that were interested in this. For those who were close, I got creative. I would sell items at wholesale price, reconstitute herbal formulas by making tinctures myself, and so on.

It would have been much easier to have access to more affordable supplements.

It would have been much easier if testing courses allowed for a number of price categorized options.

It would have been much easier if protocols for specific issues were discussed in separate modules for me to review as needed.

It would have been easier if many of the important pieces of information I learned weren’t presented in a random way.

My fellow students expressed the same concerns. There was one pair of doctors who were trying to learn ART, and, seemingly, could never get there. One spent two thousand dollars on testing materials–and still felt she did not have enough. Some of the basic testing mechanics were difficult to pick up–she didn’t have the ability to review techiques any time. She invited me to visit to teach her and the other muscle testing, but even this was unsuccessful. Simply, more help was required. Access to a student community (to ask questions on an ongoing basis) was required. Access to information about content (what were the thyroid protocols discussed again?) was required.

In our form of muscle testing, we provide help.

Welcome to the Globe Matrix Institute.

Four Areas Of Content

There are four practitioner programs that all practitioners can use. These can be used in a 4-in-1 setting, where parts of your testing session focus on nutritional issues, and others environmental concerns. Others lifestyle and life path issues, and others spiritual or mental wellness. All of these are tested with reliable assessment tools that can be counted on. You can know when someone needs to incorporate prayer into their life, or self acupuncture point tapping protocols. You can know when an issue will resolve well with nutritional supplements, or when multiple factors come into play.

You can style your practice in the way you want.

Here are the four programs:

OMESA studies the energetics of an enlightened environment, and all matters pertaining to energy physics.

This includes energy healing, building biology, laser energetic techniques, and numerous courses on our environment.

The aspect or theme of environmental testing is a much needed one. Building Biology practitioners can be difficult to access; building biology tools can beyond the price range for some or many customers. In our style of cnosultation, we can look and see how one’s reactions to their cell phone, WiFi, bluetooth, etc. compare with their foods. Sometimes we have a bigger issue with environmental sources of concerns; sometimes we need to start with biological nutrition.

By learning to test patient response rather than static values (i.e. RF readings from a Safe and Sound Pro), we can test not only whether bluetooth is an issue, but how much of an issue, and what the impact is (not to discount the value of a more traditional building biology measurement approach). Our classes look at issues like dirty electricity, magnetic fields, exposure to artificial lighting, and numerous other factors that can be tested and applied in interesting ways.

When one has dirty electricity, we can test solutions. Will stetzer filters work well? Do the appliances need to be changed? Should Greenwave, Satic, or even PxDNA/RxDNA filters be considered?

By testing the actual effect, we can prioritize effectively. If one’s home requires thousands of dollars of modifications, and it is the top issue out of all of their issues, they might be more likely to make the changes. If one’s home requires these expensive changes, but it tests as the last issue in a protocol, it can be considered important–but not as important as the other things.

Some of the energy science courses pertain to manual energetic healing, the use of biofeedback and energetic healing devices, and other integrative energetic techniques. We make the subjects testable–so we know what the impact is, and even predictively test whether a tool or technology is going to work.

It is extremely important to provide clarity here. A common refrain in the type 1 diabetic community is the expression of frustration that a reiki practitioner told them that reiki could cure their (incurable) form of diabetes. We can test whether this matter is so; our energetic healing test slides allow us to test the mechanics of techniques like reiki, quantum touch, the reconnection, etc.–and see where to apply them. Surely, they could lead to great gains; but if the gains are only partial, or if they could be gained in other ways, perhaps the energetic healing is not required. On the other hand, where even in the Bible we have scripture supporting healing gifts through the laying of hands (for example, in 1 Cor 12, the sermon on spiritual gifts), we might find that some of these energetic healing techniques are needed, powerful, useful, and appropriate to indicate in a protocol.

When it comes to the nutrition realm, hundreds or thousands of solutions could be offered for the many mysterious symptoms modern people seem to be suffering with.

We need to be able to provide firm clarity: is a Medical Medium diet appropriate? Is Dietrich Klinghardt’s retrovirus protocol testing well for me? Should I do this step or that one? Out of these 43 supplements, which do I need?

A joke goes that when a new patient comes to the naturopath for the first time, they are often bringing in a trash bag full of supplements they have bought or purchased over the years. And, they want to know which work! It is a dark place to be in, to not know, even as we are suffering, trying to find information, and working hard to be diligent in following best practices.

We need to order the ideas to make them right.

The lack of science in holistic medicine mainly comes from an inability to test thoroughly the needs of the patient. A diet suggestion can be offered with little data about the patient’s individual needs to support it. We use philosophy, not science, far too often.

Our system offers an easy way to take up any tool in the holistic arsenal and know how to use it. There will be courses on diet therapies, where we learn, in an interactive way, how to test which structures of diet are appropriate for different patients. When it comes to solutions, we offer different arrays of toolkits. Some practitioners will like to focus on work with herbs; others, homeopathy. From a clietn perspective, as well, there is choice: do we want ot use bulk supplement powders where possible to save money, or do we want only the best quality designer brands? Even if a lower priced item is used, we can test whether it created a sufficient effect.

Both patients and clients can choose what types of protocols they are looking for. They can include or exclude test kits easily. Once you download our test slides, you will see what I mean: some of the studies you just might not feel qualified to use, such as specialty test sets for specific populations that you are not working with. Others, you might not feel interested in; if you run a practice that caters to vegans, you can easily remove items that are not vegan. If Jewish, you can remove items that may not be kosher or that have kosher alternatives, and so on.

Problematically, all of the ideas out there are given based on philosophy, inclination, mysticism, and marketing strategy. They are given based on good ideas and well placed intentions. But even the most informed and well intentioned mind will not be able to sort through all of the otpions of a complex case and offer a perfect solution through the mind alone.

One needs testing.

This past week, a young child died of the flu. The mother had asked online what solutions she should give her son. Unfortunately, many people responded, with remedies that were wide ranging. Some made sense, and could have worked. Some were flatly wrong. Some were noted for their oddity (place onions in his socks).

But, most notably, this came to be controversial because the mother was advised by several people not to use the drug that was prescribed. This could have led to the boy’s death. With testing, we could have tested whether the drug was a problem or not (not that we would be in a position to ever give recommendations on drugs if not medical practitioners–our work pertains to the more spiritual or energetic realms, which you can learn about in the disclaimer in the general information document if you take a course).

Simple testing could have saved the boys life.

For people who will die of known and unknown factors; who will suffer with terrible sufferings; who will have the pain of terrible pain; and so on–isn’t testing warranted? Shouldn’t we take an early look and see whether cancer energetics are coming up, or whether the meridian fields are wildly out of balance?

Doesn’t everyone deserve an initial check up to see (starting with simple issues, and progressing to advanced ones), whether they have any needs with diet to take care of? LERA classes work like this checklist, going through numerous factors to see if patients have any problems with them. Food selections, infections, nutrient levels, biochemical imbalances, autoimmunity, and so on. We test and sort through these items and work on them until the patient passes all the tests.

Free of all these barriers, we move to the Dharma Readings program.

Testing doesn’t stop there. At the Dharma Readings program, numerous factors are encountered that can be some of the most important things you will work on with your patients.

Though the name sounds “wooey,” it is in fact scientific. Much like with LERA, we are seeing it as a checklist of factors that all people should pass.

Does your need for relationships check out, or is there a problem to work on? Work life? Exercise rhythm? Daily use of time? The way you spend your afternoons? The place you live? Your goals and aspirations? Your decision to go to one school or another, or work at one place of employment or another?

All of these things can be checked out.

A Dharma Readings Program looks like this: a patient comes in, we test where their imbalances are using the standard BEMT screenings, and proceed into a consultation to match patterns of imbalance with lifestyle needs.

We might find that the patients biofield is behaving incorrectly on the third layer of function pertaining to the kidney or lung meridian. We then can scan through all of our DRP and find the issue, which easily leads to solutions.

“Do you have any issues getting up out of bed in the morning with a peaceful, positive attitude and doing things that are important to you? Let’s work there.”

“Did you take on a new job recently, or have an issue with the job you are currently in? Work-life is testing as a mess.”

“In a 24 hour time chart, we see most of your problems with an imbalance pertaining to the spleen energetics come in the late part of the morning and into the early afternoon. We see that this is when you go to school. How do you feel when you get out of school? What stresses do you feel there?”

These types of Dharma Readings can also be engaged with a question and response mode. A patient might wonder, and be able to ask:

“Should I stay in my relationship?”

“I keep having a dream about moving, and it seems someplace far away. But I’ve never considered moving in my life. Does this pertain to a physical move? Out of all of these places, do any of them test well for me?”

When God shines His light on our lives, our souls recognize the difference between something “good” for the life path versus something reckless or harmful. We often teeter back and forth between a number of good ideas because we can’t see the big picture. Often the response to Dharma Readings are most profound. And, when someone passes most of the DRP tests (they don’t have any lifestyle or life path issues), they are usually profoundly healthy and of sentient mind (unfortunately, these scores test worst or second to worst in nearly everybody. LERA nearly universally tests as the best, or least important aspect to take on first.).

To have your soul filled with gifts of great food, an adequate (or safe) house, and an adequate lifestyle is a wonder to behold.

But this often doesn’t lead to one being happy. Often, there are bigger factors to take on.

Starting with transpersonal developments in the last fifty years, with techniques like “tapping” and other forms of manifesting positivity and control over our spiritual mind, coming to match (or coming against) traditional religious mechanics (like faith, hope, and love as the primary tenets of Christianity), we see an odd religious world for and in the modern person. They cannot see religion; and when they do approach it, they do so in perhaps an overly technical way.

The goal of Modern Light is to study the lives and teachings of monks and saints throughout time. What would the truly Christian person or saint say to you, if they had fifteen minutes to spare? What would the worlds greatest rabbis say to a Jewish person in the modern world, and would it be applicable?

Out of all of the hope out there, we often put it in the wrong place.

Starting with the basics, the “checklist” for Modern Light looks at whether someone is living in a safe house psychologically.

Do you have a healthy self identity? Do you have positive interactions on a regular basis? Do you intone deep or spiritual thoughts from time to time? Are you observant to details in the world around you? Do you connect well with others?

A study from Modern Light might look this a study on love based on 1 Cor 13’s teachings to see if one needs to work on their loving capacity. This could then be tested and applied; using our testing structure, we could know where working on this principle would actually have an impact.

A recent project undertaken (0317) looks at self discipline from a religious lens. But also we see, with religious verses being made practical, that the matter could equally be addressed psychologically. By looking at the underpinnings of one’s life falling apart out of a lack of self discipline, we might seen moments where the patient starts to shine and take responsibility for their lack of focus. Or they might be too weighed down to work on their discipline–maybe it’s time to work on a Dharma Readings step, or a LERA (nutrition) one. These other changes might be supportive in creating a change in behavior.

Study 0109 (Gods of this earth) looks at the weight of non-success, and non-accomplishment. Are we to think we are to be as gods here? Do we think we are so important? This grants a certain degree of allowance for one not to be special, and to allow what is. Sometimes, this needs to be focused on, as in the case of a homeless person thinking they are going to start a multi-million dollar company. Conversely, much yang can be needed in the creation of great and fascinating projects in other cases (see project 0143, for instance).

By testing the weights of these psychological matters, and by bringing to reality all spiritual concepts, we note that, in the end, there is no mastery here. Noone has ever, nor ever will pass all of the Modern Light tests. There is always a need to work on our self improvement.

Therefore we do not espouse perfection (by looking at “problems”). We espouse growth (by using God given strategies).

With so many issues, how do we sort which to select?

All courses come with the same format of testing slides. One can test the need for a food as easily as they can test the need (0072) to get out of continual negative cognition states (which we call the Nightmare or anxiety study, from Modern Light).

All testing materials is highly organized.

You will see below that we don’t just randomly start with variables. We first want to test which hub is relevant to an imbalance. Then, which system (do they need to work on diet, or infections). Then, which module (within diet, is their a food sensitivity, or a need to work on digestion). Then, which variables (within food sensitivities, which foods create positive and negative responses).

  • GSRA Testing Method
    Whether you are just applying information to yourself, or working with people at a distance, or seeing people in your office, or doing research on a large population, you will employ GSRA techniques.
  • Hubs
    There are four directions of content. All content fits within these four programs. In initial testing, you will see which program an area responds to.
    OMESA: Energy Science Track
    LERA: Nutrition Track
    DRP: Lifestyle Track
    MLI: Spiritual Health Track
  • Systems
    Each project is encapsulated in a “system.” When doing testing, one’s top issue might come from system 192. Clients can then research 192 for themselves if they would like–or can be guided with a protocol in a session. You can create your own systems and that is required for GSRA IV students completing our practitioner program. After testing which hub tests for an area, you will see which system creates the best response.
  • Modules
    Each research project (system) has different modules. For a system pertaining to diet, there might be dozens of modules. We might have a module to incorporate probiotics, another to incorporate fasting, and another to incorporate juicing and other raw food constructs. After sorting which hub tests well, and which system tests well, we are easily able to differentiate which module(s) needs to be focused on.
  • Variables
    Finally, we have variables. Within a module pertaining to emotions of loss, we might have test slides for “sadness,” “resistance to family members,” “feeling disconnected from a community,” and so on (this would be Modern Light). On the other hand, at OMESA, in a study on feelings of loss (0001), our variables might pertain to causes of harm from the environment shutting of the deeper states of biofield patterning and expression. The variables might just be items like cell phones and WiFi routers, but we will test them in the context of the module, which allows us to test their impact on energetic sensations of loss.

Note, you can incorporate whatever systems you want into your testing, or whatever hubs. Some might only choose to work with nutrition. Others might only work with OMESA. That is completely fine and reasonable.

But the ideal patient experience involves testing results guiding the way. They want to have an experienced pracittioner who can sort out which issues to work on at the right time. We do not, ever, find it to be the case that working on nutrition alone is a useful idea (it would be better for the client to see somebody else). Similarly, with using psychology alone we often see results that even cause harm–issues are addressed through a psychological lens, that in fact are influenced by non-psychological factors. It is best practice to incorporate all lenses.

One useful tip is that practitioners can use test kits for different hubs and systems to see what issues are coming up. They might find an issue coming up with which they are not familiar, and for whcih they do not have the testing slides printed. The practitioner may at that point choose to go study the issue, and test it out at the next session.

This approach allows for the ability to be flexible, and incorporate the issues the patients needs us to.

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