Last month, Houston holistic chiropractor Dr. Stuart Marmorstein sent an email to his extensive list, entitled, “Old School, or Shiny and New? ” You can read it here, if you want to: http://eepurl.com/gFaOOn
You can also meet him at our November Lonestar Dowsers meeting on Tuesday, November 12th.
There will be PLENTY that is “shiny and new!” People who have attended demonstrations with him here before have compared what they’ve seen (and felt) to a Las Vegas magic act.
Dr. Stuart has been using Applied Kinesiology (muscle testing) for over forty years to solve mysterious clinical problems for his patients, through his in-depth understanding of the connections among muscles, organs and the spine. Applied Kinesiology is akin to dowsing, only instead of using a pendulum or other dowsing tool, the tester uses the arm or other muscle of the person being tested to get a response. When the energy system of a dowser is impaired because of “issues in the tissues” or structure of the spine, etc. it interferes with accurate dowsing responses.
He wants to prove to you how quickly the body can regain its balanced, pain-free and functional potential, and the best way to see this for yourself is to raise your hand and volunteer for one of the many physical tests he’ll do during our evening get-together.
Besides his busy practice, Dr. Stuart teaches classes for doctors and for sincerely curious no-credentialed people who want to learn to start their muscle testing journey or increase their skills. (He’ll probably offer another class for non-doctors early next year). He frequently travels to keep up with cutting-edge methods being taught by other natural healing arts experts.