Foundational Intro Course – with Kinesiology and mudras

This is a 1-day introductory course, November 26th 2017,  in InnerDialogue.

Miami Shores, Florida.
It is a pre-requisite into the major body of the work InnerDialogue.

This class introduces you to an ontological perspective of the human being. This is the bedrock of InnerDialogue. To enable you to do this, David will introduce a few hand modes and kinesiology (see next paragraph) to aid in this initial foray int0 the whys and wherefores that effect the human being.

Ontological Kinesiology [muscle testing] and mudras [a proto-language] gives you an a language which is non-verbal. This approach allows the practitioner to address the client in a relatively silent way, so that a narrative can be pulled-up which doesn’t really get changed by errant human thought. However, the work is anything BUT silent, in that you will learn to ask, and continually ask the question why? This is to both your own  inner self but also to the client.

The predatory work  will serve you to pull-up a cogent and (relatively) precise narrative, that is the client’s own narrative. It will help to explain and furthermore facilitate changes to those factors that may cause ill health and deter wellbeing.  [see more]

This Foundational Course will be taught by:

David Isa Rosas

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Class content:

  • A very basic ontological premise or philosophy,
  • An overview of the religious and spiritual traditions that create the foundation of the work (developed by Solihin and Alicia Thom).
  • Experience  the basic building blocks that create us and our phenomenal world, influence our purpose, wellbeing, relationships and health. An ontological perspective.
  • The use of several mudras–their meaning and therapeutic content
  • The ability to allow a narrative to emerge from the client, which is the basis of therapeutic facilitation.
  • Use of specific and concise therapeutic modalities to facilitate change.
  • You will begin to experience and understand what we call the ‘life forces’, which are the cornerstone of this work.
 David’s task is to help educate and provide a framework of understanding that will help students differentiate the various life forces that act within us and around us, as well as those deemed to be Higher or Spiritual.

You will be given the relatively short history of kinesiology (as in applied kinesiology developed from Dr Goodheart’s initial discovery of binary muscle function (on and off) in the early 1970′s. This approach was built upon the Drs Kendall methodologies from the 1930′s who taught very precise functional assessment of individual muscles. You will be brought to our present understanding of the complexities of this neurosomatic display through the application of our precise protocol(s) called ontological kinesiology. You will be introduced to a gesture-driven language called hand modes or, using the original Sanskrit, mudras.

You will be given the opportunity to learn how ontological kinesiology coupled with placing mudras into the hands of your client can elicit a dialogue. This dialogue which is a deep intimate conversation from the interior and the inner Self of the human, allows the client to unearth a narrative initially through the non-verbal protocol, but voiced by the practitioner as you interpret their dialogue.

This initial 1 day introductory course will give you basic tenets to begin to work simply and yet efficiently with a small number of important mudras, which will help elicit a dialogue from the client, giving you both a generalized picture of what lies under their present state, condition, situation or need.

The workshop will prepare you for any of the series that unfold the vast array of knowledge developed as InnerDialogue.


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