Hi KinFed, thanks for your response! I'm the patient not the therapist, sorry if I did not make that clear in my first post.
The muscle we are testing is the deltoid, and testing indicator is the muscle strength
This is the main method I am familiar with and the homeopath uses this now instead of dowsing.
I am developing some success with a self testing method, but feel more confident with another doing the testing.
If you mean by pre and re testing do we test the muscle for resistance and double check it then yes we do this each time, and the results have so far been consistent. It could be the first or last remedy we test, but the wobble is consistently there.
The interesting thing for me is somewhere in my subconscious something is filtering through.. like there is doubt or possibly fear there...I have questioned myself for any doubts I have over the process, and I know I have absolute faith in muscle testing, and absolutely know to depths of me the truth of the messages from our energy. I have used this simple muscle test method for years since being introduced to it and to the work of John Diamond by a naturopath many years ago, which is probably very old by now, but I use his meridian affirmations everyday!
So I'm wondering, because the wobble is only related to this remedy, if I'm feeling something particular about it, or it may be relating as you say to the question we are asking... Which currently is, 'is this the correct remedy for me to take now, for this particular ailment'. Perhaps the remedy has a bigger picture impact to it than just this particular ailment (wisdom tooth pain, ouch) especially because homeopathy is a holistic therapy, which may bring other things to the surface, which perhaps is causing some fear. If that is the case then it probably is the right remedy, because I believe the only way out is through. But I guess thats a question for a homeopath not a kinesiologist. The homeopath has dismissed this as a weak response, but as you can probably tell, I'm finding it hard to see it as just that.
Thanks for the questions, they have made of think! And I will probably suggest changing the question relating to the remedy now.