Power vs. Force

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Hay House, 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  - kimolver - LibraryThing

This is an excellent book that speaks of the difference between power and force. Power is quiet and requires no explanation. Force is coercive and creates an automatic counterforce. This has great ... Read full review

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User Review  - nhimmelrich - LibraryThing

Not an easy book to read if you attempt to understand it with your conscious, rational mind. I found immense pleasure and insight in the understanding that happened 'beyond the mind' and found myself ... Read full review

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