Another Method of PKTT
There is a method of PKTT that creates an external closed electric circuit by placing the pointing finger of your test hand on your thigh. The electric circuit that you are using runs down the center of the leg, and you are creating and closing a new and accessible external circuit by connecting it with the circuit in your finger. If you have a physical impairment and working with the regular testing position is difficult, this may be easier for you to use. If you have any questions regarding this method of kinesiology, please let us know (email@example.com).
1. Place the pointing finger (finger #1) of your test hand palm-down on top of the center of your thigh. This finger should lay flat on the leg. Your other test-hand fingers may be in whatever position is comfortable.
2. Place the pointing finger (finger #1) of the other hand in a palm-up position under the first knuckle of the test finger. Make sure the knuckle on each pointing finger is in contact, not just the tip of the finger.
3. Ask a positive question, press your test finger down on the leg, then try to lift up the finger of the test hand with the same amount of pressure that you use to hold the finger down on your leg. Your test finger will feel strong and you will have difficulty lifting it up from the thigh. That’s your positive response.
4. Now ask an obvious negative question, press your test finger down on the leg, then try to lift up the finger of the test hand with the same amount of pressure that you use to hold the finger down on your leg. The circuit will break, your circuit finger will weaken and it will lift up from your leg. This is your negative response.
5. Alternate your questions between positive and negative a few times and test the answers.