Solving Your Toughest Cases - Video 2
Example of Eye Tracking
Eye Muscle / Fascia Release Demonstration
Eye Muscle/ Fascia Release is found in Level 3 of Books Neural Therapy.
This only works in a particular sequence…after about 100 steps and
not a second sooner.
Eye fascia release is performed near the end of 20 BNT sessions.
Careful: Do not try this out of sequence or without training.
Remember: Books Neural Therapy™ protocol is a series ofstimulations and alignments that prepare the entire physiology for the detailed learning corrections like this.
This is only performed after the BNT Foundation sequences in Level 1, and the Cranial and TMJ issues are cleared in Level 2.
Oh, this is such an interesting one!! The fascia is where the bones and the muscles join together. There is a layer of fascia around your client’s eye muscles where they attach to the eye socket.
If your client’s eye muscles have been too long or too short, because the bone itself has been slightly out of place, the fascia will be very, very tight and congested. Now we are going to learn to release the tension around the fascia around your client’s eye muscles.
This release is incredibly important in helping your client read better!! And no eye doctor or tutor ever addresses this important obstacle! Your client’s eye muscles have been locked in a pattern and that pattern keeps your client’s eyes from reading fluently.
A) MUSCLE TEST
1. Client follows your finger with their eyes only (head remains perfectly still) your fingers point:
2. Around the clock at 1 ½ hour intervals (3, 4:30, 6 etc and In diagonals (eg. 12, 6, 3, 9, 1:30, 7:30, 10:30 and 4:30)
Note: Client’s face is the face of the clock i.e 3 is client looking left
Note: Lots of problems occur looking downward (e.g from 4:30 to 7:30 because that’s where we read, or in NLP terms, where feelings / kinesthetic sense are found, and then the diagonal of that direction e.g upper left and lower right) Please keep your fingernails of your index fingers and thumbs very, very short.
Have client breathe, or do panting “puppy dog” breath, (this re-alignment can be painful, and puppy dog breathing distracts them and they don’t notice the discomfort so much).
With respiration, practitioner contacts edge of eye orbit and gently but firmly impulses (vibrates) from the weakness (e.g if weakness on lower left, practitioner contacts lower left edge and pushes toward upper right, client keeps looking to lower left) imagining you are stretching it in the direction of it’s diagonal.
Then realign its opposite (antagonist) from upper right to lower left) to equalize.
Then retest with Visual and body centers (but not other eye options)
With one leg crossed over the other (it doesn’t matter which leg is on top)
Note: This represents another version of neurological switching.
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