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2020 International Kinesiology Conference in Greater China - Call for Speeches and Papers - Now Open for Application!

The first international kinesiology conference in the Greater China region will be held in Shanghai on October 15-18, 2020. Theme of the conference: Lifelong Learning.

The organizers would like to invite experts from all fields to deliver speeches and publish essays on the topic of lifelong learning. This includes kinesiology founders, instructors and educators and people with relevant educational background and professional experiences. In particular, we are looking for speakers who are keen to share their new ideas in applying kinesiology to enhance the process of lifelong learning. The conference will be bi-lingually conducted in English and Chinese (with translation for both languages).

* Deadline of Speakers Application Form Submission: December 15, 2019 *

Download application forms: [English Version] [繁體中文版] [简体中文版]

 

2020 International Kinesiology Conference in Greater China

Theme: Lifelong Learning
Date: Oct. 15-18, 2020
City: Shanghai, China 

We have chosen a high-rating, good-quality hotel venue that provides comfort for speakers,
exhibitors and learners alike, giving them an environment that supports learning and exchange.

   
   

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16 Chinese cities participated in IKC Balancathon, 2019
- Heart to Heart, Balancing the World, with Touch for Health®

16 cities in the Greater China region participated in the IKC Balancathon with Touch for Health on September 28, 2019 at the time of the heart meridian from 11 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Thanks everyone for their participation! We look forward to the event of next year on September 26, 2020!

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Nov. 2019 ~ Jan. 2020

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  •  Self Balances (2/7) (Shenzhen)
    November 13-17 - Conrad Ho

  • Sensory Balances (1/2) (Chongqing)
    November 23-27 - Conrad Ho

  • Living Out My Authentic Self Casework (1/2) (Zhengzhou)
    December 4-8 - Amy Choi

  •  Foundation Balances (4/7) (Suzhou)
    December 7-11 - Conrad Ho

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  • BG182 - Faculty At Work (II) (Shenzhen)
    January 4, 2020 - Amy Choi

  • BG302 - Faculty At Work In Depth (Shenzhen)
    January 5, 2020 - Amy Choi
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Early Childhood Movement - Your Movement through Life (Shenzhen)

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Date: September 18, 2019
Instructor: Renate Wennekes
Place: Shenzhen
Sponsor: Brain Body Centre Ltd. , Wu XVI Development Co., Ltd

Class Report: http://1t.click/aYhr

Speech and Hand Dexterity - Your Keys to Creativity (Shenzhen)

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Date: September 19, 2019
Instructor: Renate Wennekes
Place: Shenzhen
Sponsor: Brain Body Centre Ltd. , Wu XVI Development Co., Ltd

Class Report: http://1t.click/aYhs

Integration of Pregnancy and Growth (Shenzhen)

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Date: September 21-24, 2019
Instructor: Renate Wennekes
Place: Shenzhen
Sponsor: Brain Body Centre Ltd. , Wu XVI Development Co., Ltd

Day 1 Class Report: http://1t.click/aYhy
Day 2 Class Report: http://1t.click/aYhz
Day 3 Class Report: http://1t.click/aYh3
Day 4 Class Report: http://1t.click/aYh5

Double Doodle Play (Chongqing )

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Date: October 2-3, 2019
Instructor: Amy Choi
Place: Chongqing
Sponsor: Chongqing Beautiful Life Growth Space Studio

Class Report: http://1t.click/aYhw

Brain Gym® In Depth (Taipei )

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Date: October 9-13, 2019
Instructor: Amy Choi
Place: Taipei
Sponsor: Ay Su Veda

Day 1 Class Report: http://1t.click/aYh7
Day 2 Class Report: http://1t.click/aYh9
Day 3 Class Report: http://1t.click/aYhB
Day 4 Class Report: http://1t.click/aYhD
Day 5 Class Report: http://1t.click/aYhF

Core Balances - Enjoying Life (7/7) (Beijing )

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Date: October 23-27, 2019
Instructor: Conrad Ho
Place: Beijing
Sponsor: Beijing Tianxingtianzheng Co.

Class Report: http://1t.click/aYhx

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2020 Internationally-recognized Kinesiology Instructor / Consultant Training Schedule

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Brain Gym® Teacher Practicum (Taipei)
Feb. 27 - Mar. 2, 2020 - Amy Choi and Conrad Ho

Brain Gym® Teacher Practicum (Kyoto)
Nov. 20-24, 2020 - Amy Choi


Visioncircles Teacher Training (Germany)
March 9-12, 2020 - Amy Choi


Touch for Health® Training Workshop (Tokyo)
Dec. 3-6, 17-20, 2020 - Amy Choi

 

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Movement-Enhances-Learning Camp® (Guangzhou)

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Date: August 11-17, 2019
Instructor: Huang Jinkun
Place: Guangzhou
Sponsor: Wu XVI Development Co., Ltd

Day 1 Class Report: http://1t.click/aXZS
Day 2 Class Report: http://1t.click/aXZX
Day 3 Class Report: http://1t.click/aXZZ
Day 4 Class Report: http://1t.click/aYab
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Day 7 Class Report: http://1t.click/aYap

The Five-Element Balances (1/2) (Shenzhen)

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Date: September 6-10, 2019
Instructor: Conrad Ho
Place: Shenzhen
Sponsor: Shenzhen Brain Body Balance

Class Report: http://1t.click/aYax

Conception - Your Decision Making Power (Shenzhen)

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Date: September 12, 2019
Instructor: Renate Wennekes
Place: Shenzhen
Sponsor: Brain Body Centre Ltd. , Wu XVI Development Co., Ltd

Class Report: http://1t.click/aYgW

Senses - Your Connection to Yourself and Your World (Shenzhen)

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Date: September 13, 2019
Instructor: Renate Wennekes
Place: Shenzhen
Sponsor: Brain Body Centre Ltd. , Wu XVI Development Co., Ltd

Class Report: http://1t.click/aYgX

Pregnancy - Your Inner Growth and Development (Shenzhen)

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Date: September 14, 2019
Instructor: Renate Wennekes
Place: Shenzhen
Sponsor: Brain Body Centre Ltd. , Wu XVI Development Co., Ltd

Class Report: http://1t.click/aYgZ

Reflexes - Your Actions and Reactions (Shenzhen)

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Date: September 15, 2019
Instructor: Renate Wennekes
Place: Shenzhen
Sponsor: Brain Body Centre Ltd. , Wu XVI Development Co., Ltd

Class Report: http://1t.click/aYhj

Birth - Your Courage to Change (Shenzhen)

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Date: September 17, 2019
Instructor: Renate Wennekes
Place: Shenzhen
Sponsor: Brain Body Centre Ltd. , Wu XVI Development Co., Ltd

Class Report: http://1t.click/aYhn

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Touch for Health® Casework Workshop
- the Revival of the Art of Balancing Brings FIRE to the Future

International Kinesiology Conference, Bali, Indonesia - Amy Choi

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New Books and Products

Educational Kinesiology In-Depth - The Seven Dimensions of Intelligence Student Manual 3rd Edition (Chinese) Qinesiology® - The Five-Element Balances Manual (Chinese) Qinesiology® - Core Balances - Enjoying Life Manual (Chinese)

 

This article marked the official Completion of the 10-Year Design Project of The Balancing Retreat Workshop Series

Enjoying Life

by Conrad Ho on August 15, 2019, written in Hong Kong

At the moment of the emergence of a fertilized egg, it has already carried three kinds of information: genetic information from the mother, genetic information from the father, and the natural gifts of the person. The fertilized egg is not a piece of “blank paper”. These three factors have jointly determined the initial tendency of the person’s life.

After the fertilized egg has implanted itself in the uterus, both its hardware and software would start to develop steadily. Since the embryo is still under development, any shocks that may affect the embryo's hardware and software during this period will become lifelong sequelae, no matter they are deemed as good or bad. The sources of these shocks may directly come from the external environment through the mother’s belly, such as strange noises, bumps, lights, etc. They may come from the mother's body as well, for examples, body heat, blood flow (the embryo shares the mother’s blood flow), emotions, thoughts, etc. They may also come from the embryo's own internal environment. Examples include emotions and genetic diseases. The life tendency of the fertilized egg, the experiences of the embryo during its development in uterus, and the experiences of during its birth process would jointly define its birth imprint which affects how the person will go down his life path starting from the moment of birth. In other words, the birth imprint determines the locus of life events since birth.

From zero to the age of three, through adventuring in the real world and experiencing different situations with different outcomes, the baby will eventually arrive at the conclusion of which can and cannot be directed by its mind. This insight will help to give rise to its understanding of the physical limits of its body (i.e. those that can be directed forms its body), which in turn produces the concepts of “self” and “non-self”. Psychologists believe the self appears in a baby at around 36 months of age. Since then, the human being become an experiencer who can make decisions. This is the scientific basis of the Chinese traditional wisdom saying that the ways a person is at 3 would decide what he will be at 80. In the first 36 months of one’s life path, life processes are basically controlled by the subconscious. The life direction so formed may not be clear to his conscious. The momentum in life so gathered may not be too strong yet. However, their influences are lifelong. Conrad calls this momentum in life "destiny".

After the age of 3, the self has developed; its consciousness has appeared; while destiny has grown stronger. Walking down one’s life path, the person becomes more conscious. However, being more conscious does not equal to becoming sufficiently conscious. The techniques may not be good enough to rectify as well, should the person be aware of problems. Under the push by his destiny, the person with his self still cannot change his life path. As the Chinese saying goes: It is easier to move rivers and mountains than to change a person’s nature. Destiny seems irresistible. The person has no choice, except surrendering and going down the current life path along the set direction. This kind of life is, of course, difficult to enjoy. Conversely, how can a person enjoy life more?

Based on the laws of Nature, such as the laws of physics, chemistry and biology, an ecosystem will automatically find its equilibrium, where all forces tend to be equal and the ecosystem tend to achieve maximum energy efficiency as measured by biomass (the total weight of all the living things in that ecosystem). The human body itself is an ecosystem, and its behavior is governed by the same laws of Nature. In theory, the closer the person is to the maximum energy efficiency and the longer he stays at his maximum biomass, the easier the person is to enjoy his life. In this state, the person feels life to be a breeze and his potential to be developed to the maximum.

Those life activities that allows the person to operate at the maximum energy efficiency and stay at the maximum biomass are termed by Conrad as the “life mission”. The lifestyle that best matches the life mission is called the "optimal life game"; and the locus of life activities of the life mission arranged in a linear sequence in time is called the "optimal life path".

For laymen, though these theories could be understood, how could they put them into practice? Talking about optimality is easy. Realizing it is another matter. How could a person know that he has achieved it? Personally, Conrad also considers it to be really difficult. Nonetheless, the above-mentioned simple theory is really useful. It gives answers to the above-mentioned critical questions. In short, just carry out the activities which make one feels more at ease (higher energy efficiency); and the body, healthier and stronger (higher biomass). In other words, we do not really know where optimality is, but we all know where more optimality is. When we continue to be more and more optimal, we know that we are approaching optimality and it is easier for us to enjoy life.

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The Measurement and Meaning of "I" from the point of view of Kinesiology

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by Amy Choi on November 1, 2019, written in Hong Kong

Have you ever looked at yourself in front of a mirror and then asked: “Who am ‘I’ ”?

You might have thought the image in the mirror was you.  You may have never thought that your SELF could have existed in different times and spaces. What you see in the mirror was just an image of your SELF at that moment.

Different people have studied into the meaning of who “I” am, and the meaning of the SELF.  One wonders if the existence of the SELF - is it illusory or is it true? Experiences in reality tell us that “I” can be changeable. One act and react differently in different situations.

A more interesting question would be - As a person is aware of and perceive him/her SELF, is there any objective standard of measurement so that the intrinsic quality of one’s SELF could be measured at a certain point of space and time? A researcher had spent a lifetime studying this matter in an attempt to create a map of human consciousness.

I have written a few short articles about the book Power vs. Force (1995) by David Hawkins, M.D.  For some years, I have recommended its simplified Chinese version 《意念力》 (Literal meaning - “The Power of Thought” in English) (2012) to different people.  Later in Japan, I came across the Japanese version of the book 《パワーか, フォースか》 (Power or Forces?).  Then in Hong Kong, I came across the traditional Chinese translation from Taiwan 《心靈能量》 (Literal meaning - Spiritual Energy”) (2012).  I later discovered by muscle-checking (this is also the tool used by the author in his map of consciousness experiments) that the original English version and the translated versions in different languages score differently in the levels of the map of human consciousness!

Starting from 2014, in the workshop “Living Out My Authentic Self Casework (1 of 2)”, when I applied the tool of muscle-checking to check the map of consciousness of each student, I have the following observations:

  1. The levels of most of the workshop participants were in between the levels of 300-400 - higher than the average level of 204 when the author wrote the book;
  2. The map of consciousness levels of the SELF might change after doing balances. The trend usually went up, though sometimes downward trends had been occasionally recorded;
  3. After doing balances for a few days, the level in the map of consciousness could jump a few hundred points.  This is contrary to what the author said, that it would not be easy to increase more than 5 points in one’s lifespan.

 

My observation told me that the levels of workshop participants could increase a few hundred points after attending the workshop for a few days.  However, I have not conducted long-term surveys to track workshop participants to know how their levels could change after going back to their daily lives.  From my experience, I know that a person who has a habit of balancing can maintain consciousness scores at relatively higher levels than what it used to be for the same person in the past. This also depends on the person’s noticing skills and his/her awareness.  “Ming’s Mirror Method”is an interesting way to reflect the stories that the SELF has experienced in different spaces at different times, as well as to reflect deep-seated needs and demands.

In the process of experiencing the different SELVES, we need to open up one’s SELF, and to follow the flow of life. Let the your SELF go through those high and low and points at different levels, and experience lifeviews and worldviews that can be observed within these different levels.  It does not matter if they are: shame (20), guilt (30), apathy (50), grief (75), fear (100), desire (125), anger (150), pride (175), courage (200), neutrality (250), willingness (310), acceptance (350), reason (400), love (500), joy (540), peace (600), or  enlightenment (700-1000).

The connection with your SELF is a life-long process. A person could realize his/her talent at different points in time and space, to internalize and learn what is useful in the external world, to choose and to sculpture oneself, to stand firm on the ground and to reach high to the sky.

I wish you could come back to who you are, enjoy your life, live your life with passion, and live out your Authentic Self “as is”.

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