Kinesiology is another name for muscle testing. Kinesiology is the method you will use with The Perelandra Garden Workbook, and working with the Perelandra Essences, Microbial Balancing Program and MAP.

PKTT:
The Perelandra
Kinesiology Testing Technique

Our Electric System's GPS


From The Perelandra Essences
by Machaelle Small Wright

SO HERE WE ARE, faced with forty-seven miles of multilevel, interconnected and intertwined electrical wiring, and the key to restoring and maintaining our health lies in the balance and strength of all these different circuits. When we are faced with a health issue, we have to be able to identify quickly which circuits are in need of balancing, stabilizing and/or repair. To do this, we need a way to access our electric system for testing. Well, we’re in luck. Not only do we have a quick, convenient, effective, accurate and low-cost tool for testing biologically closed electric circuits, this tool also happens to be horizontally compatible with our electric system and the Perelandra Essences, as well. It’s called “The Perelandra Kinesiology Testing Technique” (PKTT*).

* We at Perelandra have taken to pronouncing “PKTT” as “pik-it” or "pick it."

Kinesiology testing or muscle testing has been around for centuries and has been used as a diagnostic health tool in a number of ways. I’ve modified the traditional kinesiology method so that we can use it to self-test and accurately access our electric system any time we need to address a physical-, emotions-, mental- or soul-level problem. Another advantage of PKTT: Besides identifying circuits in need of repair, we also have to identify which Perelandra Essences can repair those circuits. The five sets of Perelandra Essences contain a total of fifty-one bottles, each holding a different electrical pattern that balances, stabilizes and repairs specific areas and imbalances in our electric system. PKTT enables us to identify quickly the precise circuit or group of circuits in need of help and, at the same time, it pairs that information with the Perelandra Essence bottle(s) that provide the needed balancing, stabilizing and repair. PKTT eliminates confusion and guesswork when it comes to working with our forty-seven miles of electric circuits and the fifty-one bottles of Perelandra Essences.

PKTT is horizontally compatible because it is used to directly access the electric system and assess the condition of circuits by reading the strength or weakness of our muscles. Our muscle condition is determined by and corresponds to the strength and weakness in our electric system. If the electric system is stressed or damaged, the muscle(s) weakens. Conversely, if the electric system is balanced and strong, the muscle(s) remains strong. So for full horizontal compatibility, we use an electric circuit testing tool to monitor an electric system in order to treat a circuit weakness with an electrical pattern contained in the Perelandra Essences. Electric > electric > electric. Perfect horizontal compatibility.

YouTube: PKTT Demonstration

 

 

THE PKTT PEP TALK

PKTT requires that you learn a process. It’s like learning a new dance step or how to drive or a new football play or a new computer program/game . . . We learn things all the time and don’t think too much about it. PKTT is like all these other things: We learn the steps and then we practice it in order to become more proficient. It’s much easier to learn PKTT than it is to program your DVR. Maybe I should say that another way: More people have success learning PKTT than they do programming their DVR. Really, PKTT is simple to learn and to do. Anybody can do it because it uses your electric system and your muscles. If you are alive, you already have these two things. You don’t have to purchase any gizmos to do PKTT. Unfortunately people refuse to believe that anything can be so simple. So they create a mental block — only "sensitive types" can do this, or only women can do this. It’s not true. PKTT happens to be one of those simple things in life just waiting around to be learned and used by everyone.

What makes me a little crazy is when I hear someone talk about how hard it is to learn PKTT. I’m convinced that these folks have never taken the time to learn PKTT, and most likely the reason is they hate learning curves. They hate going through the process of learning. Or they are insecure about themselves and believe they aren’t capable of learning anything. Well, there’s no way I can remove this learning curve. PKTT has a learning curve and that’s that. But it’s not like you’re learning to build a nuclear reactor. As learning curves go, this one is pretty gentle. So learn to love your curve! After all, anything worth learning has a learning curve.

I don’t mean to intimidate you (actually, I do mean to intimidate you), but small children can learn to do PKTT in about five minutes because it never occurs to them that they can’t do it. And they’re still into that “learning thing.” Life is a big learning adventure to them. If I tell them they have an electric system, they don’t argue with me about it — they just say, “Cool,” and get on with the business of learning how to do the testing. Your first big hurdle will be whether or not you believe you have a viable electric system that is capable of being tested. Here’s a good test: Place a hand mirror under your nose. If you see breath marks, you have a strong electric system. (If you don’t see breath marks, you’re in trouble.) Now you can get on with learning PKTT!

 

From The Perelandra Essences by Machaelle Wright.
© 2011 Machaelle Small Wright. All rights reserved.