But having done a bunch in my twenties gave me some interesting perspective during my last NSA (Network Spinal Analysis) entrainment.
I’ve been doing NSA Chiropractic for about 15 years now, I guess
I switched to it after my chiropractor told me he’d no longer give me Structural adjustments (cracking), because of the immense pain they were causing me.
He’d been passive-aggressively coaxing me to switch for almost 4 years at this point.
I had deep respect for this man and appreciated the intense levels of compassion he showed all of us patients, so I caved and agreed to finally try NSA.
I experienced around 85% relief from back pain on my first entrainment!
“OK. Great, Ken. You love NSA and are clearly not so subtly suggesting the rest of us try it too.”
“But what was up with the drug reference?”
Well, I’m glad you asked me that dear reader!
I am in the higher levels of care.
This is allowing me to have moments of clarity and releases of tension on a scale that is hard to for me to describe, other than by using drug references.
At one point, about 25 mins in, I had a soft rush in the back of my neck, pulsing up into my skull, that felt a lot like it did in the moments when weed would just begin to take hold.
Except this sensation stayed with me for many minutes.
About 15 mins later, near the end of my entrainment, I had a mind expanding sensation that was similar to when “the whole Universe” pours into your head, while tripping.
This lasted for the next 10 minutes!
Mind you, some of this was not pleasant. But all of it excites and fascinates me. I love “clearing house” which is a big part of NSA.You release and relax that little black ball of tension that’s probably residing in the pit of your stomach most days.