The Trauma Recovery Institute - Neuroscientific Based Psychosocialsomatic Approach|


Cervical 2017-12-01T12:52:18+00:00


The Cervical segment: Some people walk around with their shoulders held high and their neck held high as if they are watching for where the next blow will come from. “Where will the next danger come from?” They look like scarecrows in the field – this neck is always rigid and on the alert. And such people, if you ask them on the couch to just let their heads fall and let gravity take their head, it is impossible. They cannot let their heads simply fall because then God knows what danger might come! In the neck is also revealed stubbornness, haughtiness, trying to separate the head from the rest of the body, with a big, long separation here, and problems in the cervical area also involve problems in deep crying, shoving, yelling , etc. The armor of the third segment comprises essentially the deep musculature of the neck, the platysma, and the sternocleidomastoid muscles. While the hands can be used to get at the surface muscles of the neck, this is not possible in dealing with the larynx musculature. The best way to eliminate the ‘swallowing’ of emotions is to liberate the gag reflect. Work on the neck armor by means of the gag reflex brings about a loosening of the fourth and fifth armor segments. In other words, we do not eliminate one armor ring after the other in a mechanical and rigid manner. We work on an integrated life system, whose total plasma function is hindered by transverse armor rings.”