Pauselock for containing energy
Applied Physiology on “Pause lock”
“For over 18 years including it’s gestation period we in AP have reaped the benefits of the use of setting-up (Nogier), (Beardall), (AP) (AK) the amygdala along side many other circuits by a stacking procedure (AK), (Beardall), (AP).
This concept of the set up was born originally by Dr. Nogier, the famous French auricular clinician, therapist and researcher. He found that in using the auricular points in the ear to combat acute pain that the results were in the 30% to 35 % range.
These statistics were too low to be acceptable by him. If on the other hand he would put the patient into a more painful position, then apply the exact same procedure to the same point on the earthe results and efficacy rate were better than 90%.
This discovery of amplifying the pain was the first so-called set up used in acupuncture. Since that time Dr. Alan Beardall found that the same set up procedure could be held indefinitely without keeping the patient in pain continuously by way of his (early 1980’s) discovery of “advance and lock.” Though not accepted at the time, this method of what we call “pause lock” (P/L) in AP does have its merits.
Ruffini-end organs – It parallels the amplification by activation of group receptors and known amplifiers of nervous activity, the Ruffini-end organs, in all directions, capturing the amplified signal of pain, position, thought etc. at the exact moment of amplification by separating the legs.
Explanation for the mechanics – This usage is made plausible by activation of the massive amount of Ruffini end-organs, located at 15-degree angles around every joint, in all directions, much like the 15-degrees that make up our 24 time zones on our planet earth or our horizon. I will pursue this correlation to agreater extent later on.
The bi-lateral hip joint is usually the most effective because of its massive range of motion capability. Thus a greater a percentage of possible Ruffini end-organ excitations are available, as a strong carrier wave. This motion has the ability to carry an amplified signal; being activated somewhere elsein the body, to the sensory cortex. Thus interceding with the motor cortex to switch the operation of all AP’s truly balanced indicators, creating an indicator change (I/C).
The concurrent exchange between the sensory cortex and the motor cortex acts like a tri-nary switch, across the board, to all AP truly balanced bi-lateral muscles.
Bi-lateral meaning the pair of agonists and antagonists on each side of the body aligned in tandem, to speak with each other equally but opposite. The nervous systems use of facilitators, on/off and inhibitors on/off allows us to make that claim because they work in tandem with each other both firing simultaneous to each other, yet opposite, to opposing muscles.
This is surely the AP interpretation of a balanced muscle. For the purposes of this text and usage of the amygdala information, it is possible to invite others definitions of an indicator, to successfully use this affidavit.
An example could be the simple #1 position monitor first used in AK (Goodheart), Touch for Health (Thie), leg length change (DeJarnette) or Dr. assisted testing and patient assisted testing (Schmidt). I am sure there are other observations of I/M’s that I am unaware of.” [Richard Utt]
Different names for the same thing – How you do it is the way you do it. But it all comes down to stacking, retaining energy. Like water behind a dam, once released this energy has tremendous power. And that is the goal of using the “pause lock” sec.