Note: Written exams are held from 7pm to 9 pm at Emerson College (after the practice day on the 4th September) followed by a practical exam on the 6th.
Location: Emerson College, Forest Row, East Sussex (short taxi ride from East Grinstead train station, 50 min from London, Victoria station)
35 mins drive from Gatwick Airport
ART Events Venue:
East Sussex. RH18 5JX. UK
Telephone: +44 (0)1342 822 238
Fax: +44 (0)1342 826 055
The link to the booking system at Emerson is:
Note: Refreshments included – Accommodation and lunch NOT included
Please contact the Emerson College directly if you would like them to assist.
Coffee, tea and light snacks are provided during the breaks
Dr Klinghardt’s Autonomic Response Testing A.R.T. 1 and 2 Syllabus
A.R.T. 1 and 2 Theory for Written Exam (4th September between 7.30pm – 9.30pm after the Practice Day)
- 5 Levels of Healing, what each level means and why it is important to understand downward causation from the higher realms down to the physical.
- 7 Factors which lead to disease. How we can test and determine which of these are the most significant for our patients. Understand and describe how the 7 Factors can guide us to the most effective treatment protocol.
- 4 Laws of A.R.T., the tenets of the system devised by Dr Klinghardt. How and when do we apply them to assist our patient.
- Biophoton theory, what it is and how we test the patient to see if they are emitting healthy coherent light from the whole of the body and organs or whether a particular area, joint or organ is emitting unhealthy incoherent light or even no light. How to interpret this and the ways to correct it so we bring the body back into balance so it emits healthy coherent light.
- The Autonomic Nervous System and Vagus Nerve and how and why it is important in A.R.T. testing.
- Blocked regulation, what it is, how to test for it and how to resolve it, so that the patient has ‘open regulation’. What are the benefits of having open regulation.
- A.R.T. Testing What makes A.R.T. different from regular kinesiology. Why we perform indirect versus the normal direct testing used in other forms of kinesiology. How to use our essential tools (Polarisation Filter, Signal Enhancer, Concave Mirror, and Lasers). Why we do the organ scan twice, once with pol-on and once with pol-off.
- Neurogenic switching – Understanding basic and advanced switching points, what this means to our patients, the most common things we look for and how to correct. Describe why Interference fields play such a big part in preventing healing.
- Understanding the different arm states – Strong, Weak, Yin, Yang and Allergy and the difference when the Pol-filter is on and off.
- Ki Science remedies, explain why they are so special, and how we use them clinically. Correct use of Binders (Chlorella Vulgaris, Chlorella Pyrenoidosa, Zeolite).
- Treatment protocols for Lyme, Toxicity (Mercury, Aluminium, Glyphosate), Retroviruses, KPU. Treating organ dysfunctions including the brain, liver, thyroid, adrenals, heart and gut function. How to test for and treat Electro-hypersensitivity, Geopathic Stress and Chronic Cerebrospinal Venous Insufficiency (CCSVI). Basic Footbath protocol. Homeopathic auto-urine therapy.
- Two Pointing – Describe two pointing, couvert 2 pointing, double covert two pointing.
- O-Ring testing – when can we and can’t we use the O-ring. What is the benefit of using O-ring testing as a standalone method for evaluating foods and supplements.
A.R.T. 1 and 2 Practical Exam (5th – 6th September in 1hr time slots) – you will need to demonstrate the following
- Muscle testing technique – The different forms of A.R.T. muscle testing; straight arm testing, one on one seated and standing testing, and using an indirect person. Demonstrate the correct body position that ensures the testing is accurate and reduces fatigue or muscle strain on the practitioner and indirect person. Calibrating the patient.
- SE and Pol-filter – The correct positioning of the Signal Enhancers and Pol- Filter and where else we can place and use the Pol-filter to test organs individually.
- Opening regulation with the 7 factors – How to use the 7 Factors and finger acupressure points to open regulation. How we can quantify the body’s biophoton field as well as determine the best remedies the body needs by using the opening angle.
- Priority organ – How to determine the priority organ to treat (by holding K27s)
- Switching – Demonstrate how to test for neurogenic switching, and the basic and advanced switching points. What they mean, how to resolve them with tapping points or other interventions and remedies.
- Tapping Points – Demonstrate the MFT Tapping Sequence. Know which tapping points relate to which organs. How we use tapping points to treat organs and the correct way to tap using a waltz rhythm and for 33 secs.
- Organ Scan – Demonstrate the A.R.T. Body and Organ Scan (on the physical ectoderm level, extracellular/ interstitial 30cm, and cell wall 80cm levels, intercellular level 90cm+). Explain what we may find at each of these levels and demonstrate how we apply knowledge of the 5 Levels and 7 factors to treat. Demonstrate the organ scan once with the pol-on and then with pol-off.
- Understanding Different Arm States – Demonstrating the Yin Mudra, Yang O-ring test and Allergy test (vagus nerve) and what each means in our A.R.T. exam. Show how to get people out of deep Ying or Yang state
- Concave Mirror – Using the mirror as a biofeedback instrument when doing an organ scan.
- Lasers – Using the lasers to treat or examine a patient.
- O-Ring – How to calibrate a person before using the Professor’s Omura’s Bi-Digital O-Ring Test (BDORT) and how to use as a standalone method for testing allergies, food and supplement testing. How to quantify how good or bad a substance is for the patient (-4 to +4)
- Direct Resonance – Demonstrate Direct Resonance to test all the organs for underlying issues (toxins – mercury, aluminium, glyphosate and infections using Lyme slides and CDs).
- Dose Testing and Drug Uptake – How to dose test a remedy. How to use Direct Resonance to show that the remedy given will actually arrive in sufficient concentration to the targeted organs or areas of the body.
- Dental Exam – Perform a non-invasive dental exam. Bite height/occlusion test, Romberg test, Jaw position. Individual tooth and extraction site testing for possible cavitations, direct resonance of teeth and jaw for infections (eg Bartonella) and toxicity. Two pointing/ Couvert two Pointing/ Double Couvert two pointing dental issues to other symptomatic areas of the body.
- Chronic Cerebrospinal Venous Insufficiency (CCSVI) , Geopathic Stress and Electro-hypersensitivity/ Pineal Gland function – how to test for each and what to prescribe.
You will need to bring:-
1) A.R.T. Equipment
Signal Enhancer, Pol-Filter, Lyme Slides, Ki Science Test Kit, DVDs (Parasites, Mould, Retro-Virus)
A therapy couch will be provided on the day and open bottles of Ki Science remedies for dose testing.
2) Two Patient Reports
Examples of two reports you have written for clients/patients. If you are unable to supply these on the day you can submit them after the exam. These can be either electronic or hardcopies.
A.R.T. Fundamental Certificate of Competence; Attendees will need to pass the written, the practice and the case study parts of the exam to qualify.
All exam results will be kept fully confidential.
An A.R.T. Fundamental Certificate of Competence will qualify you to use A.R.T. within your own practice up to the level of A.R.T. 2.
This level does not qualify you to teach Autonomic Response Testing in any form or claim full certification.
In order to become a fully certified A.R.T. practitioner you will be required to study A.R.T. III, PK and APN plus sit the Advanced Practitioner Exam.
Please note once you have gained your qualifications then you will be listed on the Klinghardt Institute website and we will then be in a position to refer patients to you.