A New Approach For Correcting Visual Inhibition

WAYNE TOPPING


1984 CONFERENCE PAPER


ABSTRACT:

Visual inhibition or ocular lock is often related to imbalances in gait reflexes, cloacal reflexes and muscle or fascia innervation. Two Biokinesiology brain programs are involved: (a) UBI-K6 or (b) GB21-GB29 depending upon whether a strong indicator muscle weakens when you trace your finger clockwise or counterclockwise respectively, in front of the person being tested. Correcting these brain program imbalances by using acupressure points, nutrition and emotions helps bring learning difficulties such as visual inhibition under control.


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