Neural Organization Technique ( N.O.T.)

4 Survival Mechanisms!

At the time of conception, the body inherently has four innate basic survival "computer-like" programs. They are:

  1. Feeding
  2. Fight / Flight
  3. Reproduction
  4. Immune System 

  • Feeding is the mechanism by which we are made aware of when to eat and  provide nourishment to the body (this also includes all phases of digestion).
  • Fight / Flight is the mechanism which makes us aware of dangers around us, so that we protect ourselves by either running away or standing and fighting.
  • Reproduction is the mechanism by which we procreate for the continuation of our species.
  • Immune System is our first line of defense against all things that may invade our body systems.

Factors that contribute to communication (neurological reflexes) breakdowns of the 4 Survival Mechanisms are as follows:

  • Physical Trauma
  • Accidents
  • Bumps to the head
  • Birth process
  • Sports injuries
  • Chemical Trauma
  • Food allergies
  • Drug interactions
  • Vaccines
  • Parasites
  • Environmental Trauma
  • Pollutants
  • Exhaust fumes
  • Mold, mildew
  • Pollen
  • Emotional Trauma
  • Death
  • Divorce
  • Abuse
  • Stress
  • Heredity
  • Trisomy 21 (Downs Syndrome)
  • Fragile X

The effects these factors can have on communications (neurological reflexes),  when manifested, can create neurological dis-organization patterns between the brain (the central computer), and its signals to the rest of the body and their functions. Such dis-organization is expressed in the form of neurological  dysfunction, dis-ease, and/or pain. Nothing happens to or within the body without total body awareness of the incident. Hence, a communication breakdown in one area will sometimes manifest in other areas of the body. For example, by  incorporation of Applied Kinesiology in N.O.T. you may find that a patient with persistent low back pain will usually have a related problem with the temporomandibular joint (TMJ), even though there may not be any pain in the TMJ. 

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