The Hidden Polarities of Nature

by Margaret K. Chaney

         
 


PREFACE

My husband was in the hospital; tests were being run to determine if it were possible to coax more mileage from a worn heart.  Between visiting hours, I often went home to an empty house and took phone calls from loving family and friends.  Other times I wandered in shopping centers, preferring to be surrounded by strangers who would not ask questions I could not answer.

My greatest comfort was always found in bookstores.  There was one book I passed over a time or two but finally bought.  It was BK Behavioral Kinesiology by John Diamond, M.D., later published in paperback as Your Body Doesn't Lie.  Dr. Diamond had utilized some of the new research on muscle-function feedback and discovered that our bodies could subconsciously warn us of inimical situations.  He had developed a method of analyzing this response.  I followed Dr. Diamond's procedures and experimented with his method.  It worked and I became absolutely fascinated, trying it with everyone I could persuade.  It was exciting to find we have an inborn, readily available diagnostic system because so much current information about health, energy and lifestyle is conflicting or comes through suspiciously self-serving channels.

Eventually my husband had successful open-heart surgery.  When he came home, I was eager to test the foods we ate to develop the healthiest diet possible. 

The results of the muscle-function tests were very clear.  Each food evoked a strong response, "Thank you very much." or a "Please, don't."  But, paradoxically, those that made him strong made me weak; those that strengthened me instantly brought a negative, weakened response from him.

At first I thought perhaps men and women required opposite diets, so I tested many -- by now, thousands -- of other men and women and found gender had nothing to do with it.  Our world is divided into different basic types of people in some totally unsuspected and unexplained way.

I entered a new phase of my life with a healthy husband, the engrossing study of muscle- function testing, sometimes referred to as kinesiology, and the strange feeling I had stumbled onto something extraordinarily big.

CONTENTS

 


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PREFACE

 


INTRODUCTION

 


AUTHOR'S NOTE

 

THE BOOK

 


CHAPTER 1 
Polarities of 
Planet Earth

 


CHAPTER 2 
Muscle-Function 
Testing

 


CHAPTER 3 
Polarity 
Discoveries

 


CHAPTER 4
The Lists


 

 


CHAPTER 5
Polarities of
Body and Spirit

 


CHAPTER 6
Dietary
Polarities

 


CHAPTER 7
Polarities of
Daily Life

 


CHAPTER 8
Medical
Polarities

 


CHAPTER 9
Polarity
Mysteries

 


CHAPTER 10
Conclusions


 

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Copyright 2005 Margaret K. Chaney