“Breathing well heals you and Network Spinal Analysis helps you do it better!”
“Relax and just take a deep breath.” How many times and in how many situations has that advice been given to you or by you?
Breathing has its own power in relation to wellness and this power extends far beyond the transfer of gases within one’s body.
Somewhere around the time when I first began using NSA with Dr. Marc, I could barely breathe without forcing the air into my lungs.
Breathing for me was hard physical labor.
This started in my mid-thirties. No medical doctor could find a cause. There can be many reasons for it but I believe my key reasons were rooted in stress, habit, my toxic past, and some odd physical alignments within my ribs and spine.
But mostly, in my opinion, and interestingly enough, from the habits and stress.
Our breathing is representative of much within our entire being. And I fought for every breath I took. It was pure battle ground action. Battle seemed to sum up nicely the state of mind I was still in at that time.
When Dr.Josette arrived on the scene some years later, Marc had her work on me as a way to teach me the differences that exist in styles of care between NSA docs.
As she began the entrainment, she began to physically choke. My compressed lungs situation was directly feeding into her psyche, I guess you could say. She had to break contact and leave the room to shed what she’d just absorbed from me.
The docs literally become entwined in whatever is going on inside you as they guide you through an entrainment.
They routinely have to do personal “house cleaning” to remove a lot of what they pick up from practice members during the entrainments.
So, that was me back then. As I progressed through NSA and began actively utilizing what Marc and Josette were teaching me, not to mention partaking of SRI, my breathing issue began to lessen. Eventually, it left me almost entirely.
Today, it still hits me but nowhere near as strong as it used to and the bouts are few and far between. I often go weeks with no issues at all.
I feel I must progress deeper into NSA care and learn more, as well as pursue other angles of wellness repair outside of NSA to fully deal with whatever this issue is.
It used to cause me a ton of fear when it hit because it feels like suffocation.
Marc told me that it’s just a story I both tell myself on some level, and repeatedly relive throughout my life in an effort to stay safe – to defend myself from the world.
It is based in a way of thinking and being that served me well at one time but no longer did. NSA was the tool we were using to rid me of this thought process and learned habit reaction stored within my neural network.
I had to be retrained was all, and we seem to have nailed it pretty well up to this point.
It’s a relief to be able to freely breathe when I want and when the “lockdown” shows up again, as it does from time to time, I no longer fear it and I no longer react to it the way I used to.
I see it differently. I see it for what Marc and Josette told me it is. This new perspective and accumulated knowledge about the event have empowered me and calmed me.
Now I can do something about it and that keeps me grounded and calm when, really, any garbage takes place in my mind or body that takes me by surprise.
You can’t live a life like I lived mine and not suffer some incredible consequences.
But you don’t have to remain in full-on punishment mode for all eternity either. You can change your story AND your habits for new ones. Healthier ones. NSA is one way of doing so.