An Introduction to Craniosacral Therapy: Anatomy, Function, by Don Cohen, John Upledger

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The sacral base rocks posterior (and the sacral apex anterior) with craniosacral flexion, and anterior (sacral apex posterior) with extension. Skilled palpation of this function can assist in the location of restrictions in the dural tube. Whole Body Flexion and Extension Craniosacral flexion urges each half of the body to subtly rotate laterally. Each limb also rotates along the longitudinal axis, externally with the flexion phase and internally with craniosacral extension. These changes can be palpated but usually cannot be observed visually; however, on occasion there will be visual clues, for example, in the case of a pigeon-toed child.

With this in mind our interest is in the integrated subjective status of our patient as perceived in his or her nervous system by our nervous system. The craniosacral rhythm represents the "big picture" status of the brain attitude and serves as a tuning device for the long-loop function. Give yourself permission to feel and use it to plug in. You may choose to focus on the rhythm, or may instead shift your focus to tension, lever, and pressure forces in the body, moving freely between aspects, registering the impression as you go.

The "stress dilemma" may be stated as an incompatibility between the will to function and a limited ability to provide that function. The autonomic system is a slave to our will, subjugating itself to the will to the best of its ability for as long as it can. " At the same time, unresolved conflicts remain unresolved, and are in effect put on the back burner where they may stew and possibly burn. 52 Stress Storage in the Membrane System Holding and Breakdown Patterns One aspect of stress storage in the body manifests as patterns of tension in the reciprocal-tension membrane system.

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