01 Alexis Costello 2

01 Alexis Costello

Alexis Costello

The SIPS has existed since the early 1990s and was designed by Ian Stubbings to solve some of the problems encountered in the study of applied physiology. He firmly believes that the meridian and acupuncture points system is not being used enough in the SC systems – that there is an immense amount of information available simply by contacting acupuncture and that it would be interesting to get all this information into a chain in a concise way . SIPS points are a way of introducing full stress on a given issue without running AP protocols that could take a long time because you could spend 20 minutes and arrange them and if you are not wonderfully coordinated, to lose the chain and you have to start over again. When we use a SIPS point, it seems to reach and grab all the tension on the problem in a test. The first SIPS point that was developed is the TH 18, which is the point of muscle stress and works well to replace the POS procedure. But as we know as professional kinesiologists, it's not always about the muscles.

This is one of the things I love most about the modality of the CFSP as a whole; each level correlates with a specific chakra and layer of aura, following the model conceived by Barbara Ann Brennan. Thus we begin on the first level, with the etheric layer of the body that penetrates into our physical body and extends slightly outward and refers to the root chakra. At this level, we find points relating to muscles, tendons, tendons, blood, lymph and other aspects of our physiology, as well as work with 21 knee balancing muscles. At Level 2, we move to the sacral chakra and to the lower emotional body, so there is much more to the stress we experience through feelings, attitudes and emotions, and we study the trinitary brain and how emotions are handled in every part. Each level moves up the chakras and through the auras until we work with the upper mental layer and the 7th level chakra that deals with the universal mind and how it involves the glial cells and how they form a nervous system. I do not know of any other modalities that will allow you to move from physical to metaphysical; from stress in muscles to karmic stress in the soul so easily and often in the same session.

We are often described as working with energy, but sometimes it is difficult to explain to people what this energy is? Where does it come from? The SIPS theory is that the energy we work with is real electricity. Think of the cell as an oscillating circuit. Like a clock pendulum or a swinging child, the oscillating circuit requires only a little energy from outside to keep moving for quite a long time. But if the resistance increases, for example, if the child starts to pull his feet into the ground each time they pass through the middle, the amount of energy needed to maintain the chain increases and that energy has to come from somewhere. Our cells work the same way, if everything works perfectly in the body, it takes only a small amount of energy, which comes in the form of basic nutrition and universal electromagnetic waves to keep them. But stress creates more resistance and stress can be in the form of injury, illness, nutritional deficiency, emotional disturbances, and so on. of the meridian system. Each cell type has a specific acupuncture that will become active when called to send extra energy to the cells. So let's go back to TH 18 for a moment, as this is what I mentioned earlier. If there is some muscle stress in the body and the muscles of the muscles have to acquire extra energy to compensate and maintain themselves, then this point becomes active. Now, the compensation models are great because they allow us to deal with stressful situations, but we do not want the compensation to start accumulating; they are difficult to maintain over time and make treatment more difficult, as the body needs more and more energy to overcome resistance. Most of us as adults walk with piles of compensation! So instead of throwing more and more energy into the matter, pushing harder and harder, would it not be better to simply remove the resistance? We do this with the SCSD; we identify the frequency of the stress or the point of the SPS, then we see what level of energy flow is blocked and where the resistance is, and we carefully change the balance.

Resources for more information:
www.sipskinesiology.com; check out my YouTube channel for an interview with Ian Stubbings. Ian was the interview for the special kinesiology magazine "The Spring of 2017" "The Body Electric" – www.gemskinesiology.com