Weak Abdominals

Category: Defense system

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When the cranial circuitry is disorganized from a trauma, much more power will be supplied to the back, shoulder and neck muscles to stay armed and ready for a possible future trauma. Unless the cranial circuitry is corrected the chest and abdominal muscles will never become strong internally, and trying to do yoga and abdominal exercises only makes the back have to work harder and thus fatigue.


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Question 1:

"I hit my head really hard on the concrete playing around with my friends, and it hurt for a few hours. My mom took me to the doctor to see if there was damage. The doctor said i did not have a concussion and that I was fine. The pain went away after a few hours. Three weeks later my concentration at school is off, and i seem to be more tired in the day. Is this what you call a cranial inury? "

Answer 1:

Yes, exactly. On medical imaging and other neurological tests the doctors may conclude that you are "fine", but really the program that holds your head on your body is disorganized or "off". In Neural Organization Technique we call this a Cranial Injury Complex and this body program is one of the most important programs in the body. It is how we hold our head upright. Your body is not fine, in fact it is weaker in the "jungle" and is putting all it's energy into staying in defense in case you get hit again. It was not corrected or naturally turned back on after your fall, so your energy is being drained from overworking in the defense system. Your learning circuitry is also being affected . As the months and years pass you will probably start to have issues also with your neck and shoulders, your lower back, hips, knees and ankles, and your digestive system may start acting up. Find and N.O.T. doctor to help you as soon as possible.


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First of all, I want to let you know how grateful I am for your session with me on Saturday.
I already feel changes in my body (urge to urinate all the time is gone, my belly feels light and “normal”, my whole body feels much more relaxed and not tight anymore).
Also, my mother told me the story of my birth and she said that I was stuck because the Dr. who would have done the episiotomy was late and I got stuck twice – first with my head (forehead – part between my eyes, as you also confirmed; I even had fissured veins visible there for some time); and a second time at the thorax (my sternum was pressed inwards for some time).

So even though I did not know or remember that during our session, you read my body correctly and it was confirmed days later when I found out the truth from my mother.

Thank you so much

Claudia - Austria
01/03/2019