PK - Psychokinesiology

With Psycho-Kinesiology (PK), the German physician Dr. med. Dietrich Klinghardt has developed a holistic method in the USA, which deals on a spiritual level with the psyche of a person by means of kinesiological testing.

The special feature of kinesiology according to Dr. Klinghardt is the reliability of the results obtained by using the polarizing filter.

In "normal" kinesiology, a strong arm can also be a blocked arm, so often the really stressful issues that block the autonomic nervous system are not found, or only via detours.

But with the polarizing filter you can see the difference between a blocked regulation and a "strong arm" absolutely reliable.

This way it is possible, for example, to find out in a few seconds whether a client needs a substance (deficiency) or whether he is allergic to the substance.

The PK assumes that almost all diseases are based on unresolved mental conflicts (USK).

so conflicts based on a previous traumatic experience that could not be processed emotionally.

These USKs are anchored in the brain as an energy blockade and have a stressful effect in many areas of life.

Also in the modern brain research it was recognized in the meantime that unredeemed mental conflicts cause physical diseases.

The basis of Psycho-Kinesiology (PK) is the Autonomous Regulation Diagnostics (RD) according to Dr. Klinghardt.

The method is based on scientific principles; it allows the body to be used as a bio-feedback measuring device.

Once this has happened, you can ask the body "just about anything" that is of interest:

  • Why do I have cystitis all the time?
  • Do I need a certain vitamin?
  • Do I have mercury deposits in my body?
  • Is my sleeping place disturbed?

...In the PK session, the therapist enters into a dialogue with the client's subconscious via the muscle test.

It brings to light unresolved emotional conflicts (USK) and original traumatic events that have been repressed.

Through recollection, the client's pent-up feelings can be released and then "decoupled".

Effective decoupling techniques are the color glasses method and the eye movement method, which today has found its way into scientific psychology worldwide as a variation called Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR).

In addition, almost every traumatic event gives rise to restrictive beliefs in our subconscious, which are stored for life. Sentences such as "I am not lovable" or "I am weak" and countless others influence our behavior in daily life.

The more restrictive beliefs work through our subconscious, the more the body seeks a way out in the form of chronic complaints and pain of all kinds. With PK, restrictive or disease-causing beliefs are replaced by new, liberating ones.