Your Body Doesn't Lie: Introduction to Behavioural Kinesiology Paperback – May 1997
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In unpacking what he has learned from his own experiences with patients in the field, Diamond shows how we ourselves can determine the extent to which we allow various factors in our environment and in our life-style to affect our body energy. He suggests how we can replace many of our current energy-depleting activities with ones that are energy-enriching. He also advises us on how we can modify or counteract the effect of those life-sapping factors that we cannot totally avoid.
Starting with a discussion of the importance of the thymus gland as the seat of our Life Energy, Diamond reveals how stress can affect cerebral balance. In order to overcome the deleterious effects of negative stress upon our bodies, he offers some simple techniques to counteract such results. Taking several everyday objects, such as sunglasses and ice water, he shows how they can weaken one's Life Energy if they are used improperly and suggests alternative modes of use that can, instead, be life-enhancing.
Diamond shows how beneficial most music and the sounds of nature can be.Read more ›
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In reading John Diamond's "Your Body Doesn't Lie", I wasn't too familiar with Applied or Behavioral Kinesiology and wasn't sure what the whole thing was about. Read morePublished on Aug. 25 2010 by Lyndon Unger
This is a great book full of groundbreaking research, but you can really sense how 'dated' it is and steeped in 70's pop culture self help promotional style. Read morePublished on Aug. 22 2010 by Jak
The world is divided into various types of people with regards to applied kinesiology:
The sceptical: Any sceptic worth their salt who spends five minutes investigating this... Read more
This book is premised upon the validity of applied kinesiology. While applied kineosology may be useful for a practicioner who needs intuitive guidance on which of two qualified... Read morePublished on April 21 2002
From George Goodheart's pioneering work in the 1970's has evolved Applied, Clinical and Behavioral Kinesiology. Read morePublished on May 28 2000 by Bruce Boatner
This book is a great beginners volume on the basic physical aspects of this subject. I found the book lacking in the mental/emotional realms that could be delved into using these... Read morePublished on May 25 2000 by tamingchaos