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how to navigate the toolkit

How to navigate the toolkit

Note:  To take advantage of all the features, open the document in Adobe Reader.  If you are viewing on a phone or ipad, please download and use the Adobe Reader App.  On a desktop/ laptop, the Bookmarks Panel should open automatically for optimal navigation.  If not, there should be a bookmark icon on the left-hand side to open it, or go to View > Show/Hide > Navigation Panels > Bookmarks.

A basic understanding of the Emotion Code and how to muscle test will help you navigate through various sections of the Toolkit.  If you're not familiar with this process, it's recommended you first read The Emotion Code by Dr. Bradley Nelson and visit the Emotion Code website to get their free Starter Kit.


We recommend viewing the Basic Training Video, sponsored by the Toolkit designer, in order to most quickly learn what the various charts and tools are for, and how to navigate the Toolkit most quickly.  The Basic Training will better equip you to understand the more advanced trainings mentioned on the trainings page.

Just as with the Emotion Code chart, the various charts in the Toolkit can be navigated by columns and rows identified by letters and numbers.  When testing to describe the cause of an issue, you'd ask along the lines of: "Is it in Column A or B?  Odd or Even?  1, 3, or 5?  Etc."


There's a Quick Navigation panel on the top of each page, as well as a side bookmarks panel that you can open or close on your Adobe reader.  Each kind of chart and tool is numbered so you can quickly muscle test to the section you need.  "Is the cause of this issue described in section 1, 2, 3, etc?"  And if that section has multiple pages, you'd ask, "Page 1, 2, 3, etc?"

Since spiritual roots often contribute to issues, you may first want to ask, "Is this caused by a spiritual root?"  If the answer is no, ask, "Is this caused by something else in this kit?"  The answer could lead you to a trapped emotion (it may be described on a chart other than the Emotion Code chart) or another issue.  If you practice the Body Code, you can also ask, "Is it caused by something in the Body Code?"  You can use the Toolkit in conjunction with the Body Code. 


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