In 1997 I was massaging people in California and I
found many would come to me with scattered brains. I asked myself how
to get rid of brain scatter, because my brain would start resonating
with their brains and it was just real irritating to work on
scatterbrained people. A month went by and while in bed one night I did
a three-step jumper-cable holding technique on myself. As soon as I did
it, I realized I had discovered what I was looking for--a technique to
get rid of brain scatter I called Cardio Muscular Release (CMR). CMR
works on increasing the conscious and vibratory connection between the
heart and the sympathetic trunk running either side of the spine on the
neck and thorax. It is the only thing I have found to get rid of brain
scatter and to unlock the neck and shoulders from the inside out.
The heart is used as a holographic release mechanism for both left and right side so you are always using the heart.
The heart is primary in the body, even prior to the brain...it dictates
everything thus you go to it to release any area of the body you may
need to work on. Or anything else in your life for that matter. The heart is a hologram for the entire neuro-musculature of the body.
CMR is a neurological jumper-cable technique using the heart as a
holographic key to unlock the muscles of the neck and shoulders and to
take the static off the nervous system. It entrains and relaxes the
heart, breathing, metabolism and brain, unlocking the neuromuscular
system from the inside out; as such it is way more effective, profound
and lasting than massage.
CMR is a simple technique that opens the neck/shoulders/heart and
turns off the fight/flight and removes static from the central nervous
system so current/consciousness can flow with less friction and greater
efficiency. CMR is very useful to move through any fear or resistance
as our contraction becomes tangibly felt and we progressively melt into
a deeper sentient experience of our existence.
This technique can be self-administered and is useful for improving
concentration, to take the static off the nervous system, prior to
meditation, headaches, processing emotions, insomnia, and to relieve
muscle pain and tension. The effects are accumulative over time and
will permanently rewire the nervous system from more primitive
reptilian function toward a more spiritual and less reactive condition.
Done as a daily practice it is both preventative and restorative.
Car crash victims and others with PTSD will find this technique
invaluable for getting relief from an overactive sympathic nervous
system (HPA axis). When working on the muscles that are involved in the
vigilance to danger—the neck, shoulders and jaw—I often find that
electrical energy and spasms occur in the legs. Showing that the
ego/socialization structure of the brain that is also associated with
the vigilance muscles is inhibiting the full release of the charge from
fight flight. Normally an animal would run after it comes out of its
freeze response. We humans however do not remember to run off the
charge generated by exposure to the tiger of daily existence.
Figure 4: Cardio Muscular Release
The heart is divided into three sections: left-top=1, right-top=2,
bottom=3. There are three holding positions on the left side of the
body then the three are mirrored on the right side.
Position 1: The three middle fingers of the left
hand are placed along side left of the spine on the back of the neck;
the right hand is placed on the left of the heart. Hold 5 minutes
breathing gently into the belly.
Position 2: The head is turned to the right, and the right
hand reaches behind the neck and holds the left neck at the point where
the sternocloidomastoid muscles joins the skull just under the left
ear. Left hand is on the right-side of the heart at the middle of the
chest. Hold 5 minutes, continuing to belly breathe. Anywhere and everywhere on this muscle needs to be held in the
jumpercable with the heart, because it is invariably tight and painful
on most people. To get at the whole muscle I find it useful to use the
fingers of the opposite hand for the top end of the muscle and then the
thumb of the same side of the body as you work down the muscle. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sternocleidomastoideus_muscle
Position 3: The left hand reaches up over the shoulder and
down the back and the fingers poke into the muscles alongside the spine
between the scapulars. The right hand is on the bottom of the heart.
Hold 5 minutes, deep breathing; slide left hand slowly up the back over
the course of the 5 minutes.
Repeat in mirror fashion on the other side of the body. Note all
positions must be held for a full release to occur, otherwise one will
still feel some disconnection and static. The key is to remain present
and sensitive throughout the process. If you feel you need longer than
a half hour practice either hold each position longer, or cycle a
second time round. Meditation and toning done along with CMR offers a
synergistic effect. More CMR information.