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Endonasal Technique – 1st Session Complete!

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I had my first endonasal technique session today and am really excited by the possibilities.

@apollo, you were right, it wasn’t as bad as I thought it would be, but it was definitely a sensation I never had before in my life.

I could feel dozens of cracks and pops within my skull, and the pressure was really disconcerting. By the end of it, I felt spent and dazed, but now that I know what to expect, and also that the worst has been released, the next sessions should be better. My left passages were incredibly tight compared to my right, which makes sense given that that’s my recessed side.

The front four to six teeth still feel intensely achy even hours later, but not sore.

The sphenoid exercises we had been talking about before were vaguely similar in result, but only a fraction in pressure on the bridge of my nose and my teeth. Endonasal is without a doubt stronger, but I might still continue to do the exercises in between the sessions.

In other good news, my forward head posture is much much better than even February. Bad news but not surprising, after my scoliosis analysis, I learned that my arches have fallen. I ordered the expensive prescription inserts, as I want to correct my spine and get as many muscles working properly as possible, and then will look into ways to correct my arches, but who knows.

At any rate, I’m going to work on my posture and the endonasal release for the next few months. If I still don’t see expansion by the end of the year, I’ll be looking into getting a y-plate expander and will try to expand my palate to 36 – 38 mm to then try only using my tongue.

Posted : 05/05/2018 5:52 pm
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I am reading this after spending the whole night with clogged up nostrils, it sounds so exciting. How would you describe the difference between “achy” and “sore” teeth? What are the sephenoid exercises?

my story: http://www.aljabri.com/blog/my-story/

Posted : 05/05/2018 11:28 pm
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@abdulrahman Sore teeth to me are when I bite down and experience pain. Achey teeth, which is what I have now (still! 12 hours after the session), is more like I can feel a constant ache across my teeth but when I bite down or chew food I do not experience pain.

Here is the link to the sphenoid exercise thread:  https://the-great-work.org/community/main-forum/another-way-to-adjust-the-sphenoid/

My sinuses are still releasing and I have to blow my nose a lot. The first time blowing my nose after the session was pretty magical.

Posted : 05/05/2018 11:45 pm
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@sclera Your results from the NCR sound really impressive. Definitely keep us updated on how it goes, and if it leads to permanent positive changes.

Posted : 06/05/2018 1:09 am
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