Power vs. Force Review

Power vs. ForcePower vs. Force – The Hidden Determinants of Human Behavior – David R. Hawkins

It is difficult to believe in Kinesiologic testing (Behavior Kinesiology or wider known as muscle testing) without seeing it with your own eyes. I’ve seen it work and it is fascinating. For example, questions like “Is artificial sweetener good for me?” can be answered by it.

But what if we can use Kinesiologic testing for a much wider range of applications? What if we can test someone’s level of consciousness? David Hawkins has found that, simply by testing the muscle response on a test person’s stretched arm, he can determine the truth or falsehood of any statement or supposed fact. This includes the test person’s level of consciousness as well. He can find out if that person is depressed or enlightened.

Not only can he get the level of consciousness from the test person, but he can get it from any other person (including people who lived long ago) organization, religion or country on this planet. Power vs. Force is the result of many years of research and thousands of tests, resulting in David Hawkins Map of Consciousness.

Now how can it be possible that one person’s test response can give an answer for someone else, even if they have never met, communicated or know each other? The stunning implication of David Hawkins research is that all human beings must be interlinked together.

Power vs. Force is one of the most fascination and thought provoking books I have ever read. Power vs. Force is the first of a trilogy which explores the whole human condition and consciousness. Highly recommended.

Dr. David Hawkins
(David Hawkins – Link to Nightingale Conant Audio Programs)

2 comments… add one
  • Find yourself with a smile... Aug 1, 2009 @ 15:48

    Nice Post, Patrick.

    I’ve been on the fence about this one for some time.

    I have seen muscle testing used effectively (by people who know what they’re doing… my own attempts haven’t been that impressive) in person, so that was never a problem for me.

    My challenge was seeing people use the information in this book to serve their own (rather ego based) ends. This made me a bit wary.

    It has been on my Amazon list forever, but I kept shaking my head remembering some of the dogmatic types it attracted.

    I think I’m off the fence now. I’ll get it this month.

    keep smiling,


  • Hugh Aug 5, 2009 @ 14:28

    I have read this book a couple of times and I have enjoyed it each time. I am still not sure what to believe though. It appears that there is a huge ability to alter results based on what the individual believes.

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