Power vs. Force (Google eBook)

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Hay House, Inc, 2012 - Consciousness - 370 pages
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Presents a study of kinesiology, a science based on the testing of an all-or-none muscle response stimulus, and claims that the techniques described can provide people with the means by which to calibrate levels of truth and determine whether they are being misled in most any situation.
  

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User Review  - Lisa Shultz - Goodreads

I listened to this one on audible because I wanted to hear David Hawkin's voice. The book is one of foundations for his other works, and I found it very valuable and thought provoking. Although I like ... Read full review

Review: Power vs. Force (Power vs. Force #1)

User Review  - SeŠn Brady - Goodreads

I didn't read. Didn't finish. Got up to page 60, Will get back to it. Read full review

Contents

Preface
9
Introduction
25
TOOLS
39
History and Methodology
55
Test results
71
levels of Human Consciousness
79
social Distribution
99
new Horizons in research
107
MEANING Chapter 19 The Database of Consciousness
231
The Evolution of Consciousness
239
The study of Pure Consciousness
253
spiritual struggle
265
The search for Truth
275
resolution
289
Calibrated levels of Truth of the Chapters
297
Details of kinesiological Testing
299

Everyday Critical Point Analysis
119
The source of Power
135
WORK
147
Human spirit
185
of Creativity
201
surviving success
209
Physical Health and Power
213
wellness and the Disease Process
219
How to Calibrate the levels of Consciousness
305
Notes
319
Glossary
335
Bibliography
345
Index
359
About the Author
369
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