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A Commentary On Currents and Tidal Rhythms

Expansion, Contraction and NeutralDr. Stone: “The cerebrospinal fluid is the liquid medium for this life energy radiation, expansion and contraction. Where this is present, there is life and healing with normal function. Where this primary and essential life force is not acting in the body, there is obstruction, spasm, or stagnation and pain, like gears which clash instead of meshing in their operation.”

Robert Stevens Comment: Life energy expresses in three ways. There is a still neutral phase, a positive phase and a negative phase. The still neutral phase is the life current or, as known in core synchronism, the vertical core current. The still neutral center of all life expresses itself outward as the positive current. The positive current is expanding, moving outward from a point. The direction is a spiral current moving counterclockwise. The negative current is contracting, moving toward a point. The direction is a spiral current moving clockwise.

The cerebrospinal fluid is the liquid medium that conveys these cyclical tidal rhythms throughout the physical body. There is an expansive phase of the cerebrospinal fluid and a contractive phase. There is also a still phase. The inferior movement of the vertical core current propels the cerebrospinal fluid out of the ventricles within the brain for circulation throughout the physical body. The superior movement of the vertical core current represents the contracting phase of the lowering of the tidal volume of the cerebrospinal fluid. Rising tide equals irrigation of the field of the physical body. Lowering tide equals absorption of the cerebrospinal fluid of the physical body. The still phase is the quiet, calm state of fluid and life energy at rest. When this tidal fluctuation is operating unobstructed, health and healing is the norm. Each phase of expansion and contraction must be freely flowing in and out of the neutral center. If this triune movement is not flowing freely, we experience obstruction, spasm, stagnation and pain.