Tim was a 30 year old former football player who had injured his knee when he was 17. For 13 years his left knee was a barrier to his having a normal life. He lived with constant pain, did not have the full use of his range of motion, could not do a squat for his knee would collapse whenever he tried to bend / kneel down.

Following a 15 minute NeuroConnecting session, Tim was able to increase his range-of-motion to normal, including squatting... without any joint failure.... no collapsing.... no pain.

What is NeuroConnecting? It is a new way to restore injured tissue communication with the brain. While that may sound unusual, linger with me for a moment while I explain something that you already know.

We all have learned how there appears to be a problem with injured tissue in several categories.

1) injured tissue hurts

2) the body compensates for injured tissue

3) many injured tissues refuse to get significantly better

Since the body compensates for injured tissue and gradually an additional level of pain begins to occur because the design parameters of our body can carry the additional load temporarily just fine, but longterm the compensatory tissues begin to fail from the chronic load, multiple additional failures begin to occur with the passage of time.

Unfortunately, the brain has no internal mechanism that automatically creates a reversal of the injured or traumatized tissue. It appears that the brain classifies injured tissue as "not available" and compensates for it, creating a very complex backup system, which unfortunately has no automatic reverse. Thus, long term disability of tissue occurs. But, fortunately, there is a portion of the brain that can be switched on to re-identify and reverse trauma of many categories. That is what NeuroConnecting can do.

Which specific part of the brain can be called upon to reverse trauma? The pineal.

The pineal creates a hormone that is called melatonin. Melatonin has three known facets to itself. It has a dopamine facet, an anti-inflammatory facet and a neurotransmitter facet.

If injured tissue were to receive dopamine directly... it would respond by feeling good.

If injured tissue were able to have a reduction in inflammation... it would respond also by boosting in its tissue repair.

If injured tissue were to have an injection of a neurotransmitter ... it would respond by boosting its communication with the brain, thus reversing the compensation process, reestablishing lost brain - tissue communication, enabling tissue to heal much faster.

Hypertonicities melt away.
Pain goes away.
Range of motion is dramatically increased.

All of these improvements occur in a brief period of time for some recipients. Some improvements are slower for other recipients. If there has been a calcification of a joint present, this protocol is not effective enough to break that calcification down in a safe and quick manner.

This protocol requires skill in the following areas:

Applied Kinesiology / muscle testing
Knowledge of location of pituitary and pineal reflexes

Both of these skills can be learned by anyone. It does not require special gifts.

The story about Tim above is just one example of what can be done. The entire body is ready and willing to have its uncooperative (spasming) tissues get back under control of the brain once again. When the brain is controlling the body without having to compensate, we have a restoration of movement and function.

This is a very compelling and provoking protocol, for it enables the body to regain what it lost at a rate which is determined by the body itself.

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Author's Bio: 

BA in Psychology Oakland University, Rochester, MI
Master of Divinity, Eden Theological Seminary
former massage therapist