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#64403 02/14/08 05:21 AM
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Has anybody bought this course? If so, how does it work? In the brochure I got in the mail from LSC they highlights the benefits, but do not mention anything about how it works apart that you test a point on your stretched arm. Also here on the web site there is not any more information on it.

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Hi Unique,

I have the course. Bought it 2 years ago. There was discussion about the course at that time. You can find my feelings about the course in a thread called Highest level of enlightenment. Or you can try this link http://www.learningstrategies.com/forum/...=true#Post16784

As far as I remember I had mixed feelings about the course.

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I was reading one of his books a long time ago. I got to a point where it talked about using calibration (raising the arm). I thought it said that you can't get an accurate answer if you are inquiring about something that has an emotional connection to you. At that point I stopped, because all of the questions that I would want to inquire about have some emotional tie to me.

I didn't not buy the course, I was reading one of the books. Do some more research. This is just my 2 cents.

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Hobo,

I found that ridiculous too. What I don't understand in some self-help gurus is why do they keep all their eggs in one basket? I mean, if if he has a high level of consciousness, why does he recommend something so ridiculous? And contradicts his own words? Just for the sake of having a "trademarked" technique?

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I believe the response of arm or leg only works for adjustments during kinesiology. The test needs to be done by kinesiologist. This is not a self-testing technique in my view.

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Unique,

Did you read the old post? There's my opinion of the course freshly. Other's too. I found also some positive things in the course.

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Thank you, Oxygen, but I have not had the time to read your old post. I will do it soon because I am interested in it. Thank you for pointing it out to me.


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