Cranial 6 (C6), Asymmetric Techniques, Sutures
In this four-day class, precise analytical deduction
and insight are interwoven with shamanistic diagnosis to produce
a meaningful system of healing. To refine students' understanding
of such a system and its boundaries, the dangers of dogma and psychological
set, the healers contract and homeostatic threat are discussed.
One day is spent studying the application of soul-center diagnosis
in cranial work. One day is devoted to a technique protocol for
the air sinuses, and another day to studying a suture protocol.
Three-dimensional, asymmetrical techniques are introduced with
each protocol. Emphasis is placed on pre-visualization of target
structures and their attendant cranial mechanisms. Visual and tactile
diagnostic practices are also combined in a healing sequence which
uses eight different types of touch.
The art of perceiving and tracking changes in
consciousness forms the basis for all the interactive work in this
class. When you refine the skill of tracking consciousness as you
change the quality and location of your touch, it is amazing how
much how little will do.