Is there a measurable load on the vertebral column, see picture 65, balance it with the 5 steps.
Then check for the next level. Locate and balance any load on the 4 parts of the vertebral column1:
- Cervical vertebrae
- Thoracic vertebrae
- Lumbar vertebrae
- Sacral vertebrae
If there was load on any of these 4 parts, dive into the next level and balance each of the vertebrae.
C1: Fear, confusion, unworthiness
C2: Denial, resistance
C4: Guilt and anger
C5: Life is too much
C6: Overburdened, fixations
C7: Confused, anger, helplessness
T1: Unable to cope
T4: Bitterness, judgemental
T8: Self destructive
T10: Disclaiming responsibility
T11: Poor self esteem
T12: Incapable of action, no right to live
L2: Life is a dead end
L3: Self hate
L4: Powerless, insecurity
L5: Insecurity, anger, no happiness
Sacrum Loss of power, anger
Coccyx Imbalanced, resistance, self reproach
Traditionally each of these vertebrae is connected to and the carrier of a potential problematic feeling.
If you happen to land on any of these vertebrae, you may benefit from some contemplation form the associated feeling.
Next we have some big and important muscles, that easily are forgotten in the process, whence they are mentioned here:
- Psoas, connected to the lumbar vertebrae
- Neck muscles
- Breast muscles
- Stomach muscles
- Trapezius at the back of the thorax
Is there a measurable load on the pelvis2 balance it with the 5 steps.
Then check for the next level. Locate and balance any load on the bones of the pelvis. Pubis symphysis is not a bone though, but a flexible connection between the two pubis bones. And yet it is a vulnerable spot and may need some attention:
- Pubis symphysis
Is there a measurable load on the extremities, see picture 67, balance it with the 5 steps.
Then check for the next level. Locate and balance loads connected to the bones of arms3 and legs4. Please note, that it is not so much the bones themselves, that have to be balanced, but rather the muscles, tendons, nerves and veins connected to them:
Is there a measurable load on the viscera balance it with the 5 steps.
Then check for the next level. Locate and balance any load on the organs.
- Small intestine
- Large intestine
- Gall bladder
Do not forget the valves of the digestive tract and the peristaltic, which are muscular movements all over the digestive tubing:
- Upper oesophageal sphincter
- Lower oesophageal sphincter
- Pyloric sphincter
- Ileocecal sphincter
Is there a measurable load on the fascia balance it with the 5 steps. Then check for the next level. Locate and balance any load on the different connective tissue:
- Fascia connecting skin and organs in the body
- Blood, lymph and other similar fluids Storage tissue for water, fat and salts