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Tyler

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« Reply #30 on: March 14, 2013, 07:14:29 am »
I noticed a neat coincidence the other day, while reflecting on proper bone-jaw development.

They are called "wisdom" teeth, right? How would you measure an individual's level of wisdom, if not by looking at their bone-jaw development to gauge that they have had the insight and proper spirit lessons to feed their bodies properly?

In other words, it would seem to me that you need to be wise in order for "wisdom teeth" to fit properly in your skull! ;D

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« Reply #31 on: April 08, 2013, 01:54:36 pm »
Hello everybody, I'm new here.
I'm happy to join this community, I'm Daniel (24) from Italy.
I've already contacted Ben and I can't wait to begin cranial restructuring.
I have been suffering since EVER for headaches (right side of my head), TMJ (right side), poor breathing (right side nostril) and clogged eustachian tube (guess which side).
I have already bought everything is needed, but the finger cots; they don't sell RITE AID assorted finger cots here and I've searched everywhere on Internet but noone ships them internationally (neither eBay, Amazon, etc...).
So I'm wondering if anyone could help me out to get them shipped here and I will pay you the way you prefer (Paypal, bank wire, cash pick-up...).
I want to buy 3 packs of them.
Please someone let me know if he/she is willing to help me out with this, thanks in advance!!!
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« Reply #32 on: April 10, 2013, 02:37:05 pm »
Hi, I found this site looking for the NCR treatment for my wife.  She has an unexplained neurological disorder, but they are leaning toward Primary Lateral Sclerosis.  If someone can send me the info on how to perform that we would be grateful.

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« Reply #33 on: April 10, 2013, 04:09:33 pm »
Hi edae53, besides NCR, I think you may find the informations on this website to be helpful for your wife (click the english flag for english language) http://www.occlusionegravita.it/.
They give an idea of what may be causing the "lateral sclerosis" (besides many other symptoms) and they describe how it might be addressed.
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« Reply #34 on: August 29, 2013, 09:36:16 am »
Hi everybody
Well, I've finally decided to give this ncr stuff a try
Let's see what happens. I ordered the cots and sphygmo bulb and all the rest. Kind of nervous, to tell you the truth. But after living with a pressure in my head for years, well, I figured it's time to do something about it. I don't want to spend thousands visiting a practitioner, as I'm sure this can be equally effective. Ben talks about it being 'gentler,' so that's my only comfort.
Anyway, great website, looks good. I was into the orgonite years ago... used to post on etheric warriors, remember that place? I remember messiahmews from there. We've been around a little, haven't we?

Anyway....  let's see what happens. Any advice for someone just building up the courage to shove a balloon in his nose and inflate it... well, I'm all ears (and nose).

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« Reply #35 on: August 30, 2013, 07:50:28 am »
Hi,
So, I'm not sure if anyone still even comes here.
But I tried it last night.
And my question is, how do I know if I'm back far enough. Ben said he thought he was doing it correctly at first but it turns out it was just the turbinates.
I feel like that's what I'm doing, because it feels like a lot of pressure behind the eye, or something. Anyway, there was some gentle cracking and a feeling of more space, or more clarity in the head. I did this at night and had trouble falling asleep because of a really high energy after, like coffee or something. I guess the advice to not do it at night makes sense.
Anyway I feel like I might have got 10% of the potential benefit.

Anyway, since I'm not sure if this board is active I guess I'll just send an e-mail to Ben.

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« Reply #36 on: August 30, 2013, 08:44:11 am »
-------- The truth is, I am not qualified to give advice, so I'm taking down my posts. I don't want to be the cause of some people possibly harming themselves on account of my advice-giving when I'm not qualified.
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« Reply #37 on: September 03, 2013, 03:16:24 pm »
Hey Tyler,
Thanks for the reply.
I was going to ask,  How do you know which of the turbinates you are in?  For example, I'm pretty sure I can tell the top from the bottom, but not so sure about the middle one. Is it supposed to feel different?
What if you only inflated the bottom turbinates (because the other ones felt "weird" for example). Since it's all inflating the same "space behind the turbinates," would it matter how you accessed that space?

Thanks,
Best Regards

Todd

( I tried again last night, and I heard some cracking. But I feel like I should maybe be pumping more air, but it gets to the point where I feel a lot of pressure and I'm afraid I might burst some blood vessel behind the eye and go blind. Lol.)

I did take a picture before so if there are some incredible changes I can post. I may become a male model, yet.

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« Reply #38 on: September 03, 2013, 09:00:55 pm »
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« Reply #39 on: September 08, 2013, 08:08:45 pm »
Hey Tyler
Thanks for the reply.
Well, I think I got it to work a little bit tonight. I've tried about 5 times. I have found that on the right side before it felt like a strange pressure that made me want to not pump any more air, as though I would burst a vessel. Here's what I did. When I went into a higher turbinate (not sure if it was middle or upper, I can't really tell yet), and I made sure it was deep in where there could be no doubt I was in the open space behind the turbinate, I inflated until I got that uncomfortable pressure behind the eye and in the nose. What I had to do was relax my body, sort of, and let it sit there for a few seconds, and then there was this very strange release sensation where I felt a blood vessel or something pumping, but a definite change in sensation, as of movement. So I held it there, and pushed myself a little more by pumping more air, and next thing I know, it happened again. I felt like I was onto something so just allowed my body to relax while pushing air in. There were subtle "click" noises but no definitive "pop" yet.
It does feel like I made some little bit of progress, though, so thanks for everyones support. It kinda feels weird like getting hit in the nose, the cartilage is a little sensitive, but I cannot deny a different sensation in the head of clarity and space. You know, I thought this was kind of funny, I guess I didn't realize just how much air I had in the balloon, because when I twisted the release valve to let out the air, I was almost disappointed by the sensation of "returning to normal" and losing all that air :)))

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« Reply #40 on: September 23, 2013, 01:27:09 pm »
This seems to have turned into a thread about NCR rather than an introduction thread. Maybe a moderator wants to split the topic? It's getting quite interesting. ;)

Anyway, I'm just going to share some of my experiences lately with the balloon. Here's what I did to finally get the balloon to inflate in my throat as opposed to the turbinate. I have no idea if this is dangerous or anything, just thought I should share.

First of all I numbed the inside and back of my nostril with Xylocain. Otherwise my body just resisted the balloon and the q tip because of the pain. I let it sit for five minutes.

I then inflated with the q tip on top of the finger cot and I sort of pushed down on the cot with the q tip to lead it into place. The whole thing, bulb and all, was angled downward. I tried not to hold my head downward, even if this was what I wanted to do instinctively. Instead I tilted it slightly upward.

Now, what I don't get is, if I inflate the balloon into my throat with about four pumps, all I feel is that it's going to gag me. No crack or pop or anything. Does this mean it's still helping? Or should I continue pumping the balloon into my throat?


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« Reply #41 on: September 23, 2013, 03:35:35 pm »
No, you don't want to inflate the balloon down into your throat because it will close off your windpipe.

Do you know what size balloon you are using? Chances are you need a smaller balloon in order to accommodate the size of your skull. You can also try your fortune by tying the balloon off closer to the tip, and see if that yields a better fit. When you get the right location, you will feel some resistance as you pump air into the balloon, and you may feel mild discomfort. Also, because your skull plates may be locked up quite severely as is apparently the case with the majority of people, do not feel discouraged if it takes many tries to get any sensation of progress. It took me about 10 attempts to hear a tiny cracking noise around my ears, although depending on your individual circumstances it might take you more or less.

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MUCH LATER POST: Holy crap! I was freaking nuts when I wrote this ****!! Ok, seriously - it's not sensible I don't think to inflate a balloon in our skulls! Maybe having a 'professional do it' could be less risky, but I actually ended up nearly killing myself with this crap! I am sick knowing that I got so hoodwinked by this NCR stuff. I am not saying it doesn't work, I have no clue if it works. But, it is certainly possible that it could kill somebody!
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« Reply #42 on: September 25, 2013, 06:10:48 am »
Ok, so it shouldn't be felt in the throat at all? I thought Ben said that's the only way it can go and it feels like you need to cough? I guess it should expand further back then, just not down?

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« Reply #43 on: September 25, 2013, 06:21:38 am »
That's right.

Another trick you can use to help the process along is to use your tongue to block your throat as best as you can while you are inflating the balloon. Hold it up against the top of your mouth so that it restricts the ability of the balloon to inflate downwards while you inflate. Chances are the balloon will try to inflate down still if it is not a great fit, so inflating slowly helps to control the amount of pressure.

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« Reply #44 on: September 28, 2013, 11:57:47 pm »
Hi everybody
Well, I've finally decided to give this ncr stuff a try
Let's see what happens. I ordered the cots and sphygmo bulb and all the rest. Kind of nervous, to tell you the truth. But after living with a pressure in my head for years, well, I figured it's time to do something about it. I don't want to spend thousands visiting a practitioner, as I'm sure this can be equally effective. Ben talks about it being 'gentler,' so that's my only comfort.
Anyway, great website, looks good. I was into the orgonite years ago... used to post on etheric warriors, remember that place? I remember messiahmews from there. We've been around a little, haven't we?

Anyway....  let's see what happens. Any advice for someone just building up the courage to shove a balloon in his nose and inflate it... well, I'm all ears (and nose).

Hey Todd, I'm just now seeing this.  Sorry I didn't see this sooner.  Welcome to the forum here!  It's not as busy as other forums. 

I've had great success with NCR.   I don't do it myself, as I want to be taught firsthand in person by someone.  I'll probably take the ABC version of it by Jesse Jutkovitz.  He calls it endonasal cranial correction (ECC).  i can tell you one thing, these guys in here are very brave.

I had the left sided headaches (occipital neuralgia) and I still have unresolved stress that needs to be released.

I had my 6th NCR session with Dr. Hillary Lampers, ND of Northwest Neurocranial Medicine, LLC aka Sky Valley Healing Arts.  http://www.nwncr.com/

A couple of months ago, I added the ABC (Advanced Biostructural Correction), developed by Jesse Jutkovitz, D.C.

The chiropractor that does mine said that Jesse will teach anyone, and he showed my husband and I both how to do the 1st Rib Maneuver.   So in between each ABC session, we do the 1st Rib at home.  We also did it before my NCR over a month ago.

I have most of my before and after pics in the Therapies part of this forum.

What was your username on EW?   Do you also remember Cbswork on there?