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Core and the Lymphatic System

It took me a fairly long time to figure out how to work with the lymph system via core principles. There are a few problems that keep the lymph system locked up. This effects everyone’s general well being significantly. The lymph is directly involved with all issues of health and healing. The lymph has lost its relationship with the CSF. Due to this, the lymph system is reluctant or unable to purge. Without the ability to purge, the lymph system remains congested, sluggish, burdened, toxic. This in turn effects the vital quality of the blood.

The key to unlocking the lymph system and its need to purge is to reestablish the rhythmic relationship between the CSF and the main lymph channels. The blood and lymph circulation is broken down in two cycles. The arterial circulation flows from the center to the periphery. The venous and lymph circulation flow form the periphery to the center. By repetitious full pauses done with the cisterna chyli, right lymphatic duct and the thoracic duct, the lymph system’s relationship with the CSF is re-established. It is now believed – by the lymph system itself because it is experiencing consciousness – to be safe for the lymph system to purge, and it actually purges itself. The finer aspects of what the CSF is conveying to the whole transforms the toxic nature of the lymph to these finer vibratory frequencies. If the toxic nature of the lymph is too great in quantity, then the toxins will be eliminated through the normal changes of elimination and according to the principles of acute healing. This healing opportunity is generally directed out via the skin. In addition to skin discharge, fever may be expressed if the nature of the toxicity can only be transformed via the purifying nature of the fire element.

When working on the anterior portion of the body, the cistern chili, right lymphatic duct and thoracic duct are repeatedly held in the open phase until electrolysis occurs and the electrical, tingling sensation coupled with stillness is perceived. The reason for holding in the open phase is because the open phase is moving from the periphery to the center everywhere on the anterior surface of the body. This movement of periphery to the center is in synch with the lymph and venous fluid circulation. When doing this it is not necessary to do anything with the vertical core. Why? Because the vertical core will automatically be in the open phase and holding between the feet every time you are holding the ducts in the open phase. The lymph drains when it is in synch with the vertical core not when it is out of synch with the vertical core.

From the position of the feet when doing the whole lymphatic system, the movement from the periphery to the center is the closing phase. In this case once again, it is not necessary to do anything with the vertical core as it will automatically be in the closed phase during the full pauses.

When working with the lymph on the lateral sides of the body the movement from the periphery to the center is the closed phase. When working on the posterior of the body the movement from the periphery to the center is the closed phase. Here is where people get confused. In order to encourage the lymph to purge we direct it to one of the main lymph channels. The lymph of the lower extremities is directed to the cisterna chyli. From there the lymph of the entire left side is directed to the thoracic duct. This includes the left side of the head and the left portion of the brain. The lymph circulation from the liver to the right side of the head (including the right brain) is handled through the right lymphatic duct. If you would like to assist the drainage of swollen lymph nodes in the right axillary you will make a connection between the right lymphatic duct and the right axillary. The movement of periphery to the center for the right lymphatic duct is the open phase, and the movement of periphery to the center for the right axillary is the closed phase. In order to effectively drain the right axillary, these two structures – the right axillary and the right lymphatic duct– will be put out of synch. Once again it is not necessary to do anything with the vertical core. As soon as the structures are put out of synch, the vertical core will automatically go still. The vertical core will remain in stillness until the structures are put back in synch. Then re-synch.

For those of you that are wondering and have had the training, the entire core triad (vertical core, core womb, core mother template) will go still when these structures are put out of synch. This phenomena will take place wherever the lymph is being put of of synch to enhance and encourage drainage. Why is this happening? Electrolysis takes place in core stillness. When the lymph structures are intentionally put out of synch the entire aspect of the core triad immediately assists and shortens the amount of time it takes to achieve electrolysis by becoming still. When the entire core triad is still electrolysis happens quickly.