Get in “sync” with Core Synchronism – By Adonna Rometo

August 24th, 2011

I recently gave a bodywork treatment to a massage therapist from New York, a woman who has been in the massage business for twenty-plus years. During the treatment, I incorporated multiple modalities, and afterward, the client asked, “when you were working on my head, and had one hand on my crown chakra, and one finger on my ethmoid bond, what was that? In all my years, I’ve never experienced anything like that! It was amazing!”

“Oh, that,” I responded nonchalantly. “That was Core Synchronism.” “What’s Core Synchronism?” she asked in her thick Brooklyn accent.

Rather than regurgitating for our readers the answer I gave my client, I would like to share with you all some excerpts from a conversation about Core Synchronism that I’ve recently had with Enai Brutus. In September, Enai will be teaching the Core Synchronism Continuing Education Courses (Levels 1, 2, and 3) at the New Mexico School of Natural Therapeutics.

AR:
Enai, We’re here at the New Mexico School of Natural Therapeutics, where in just a few weeks, you will be teaching Levels 1, 2, and 3 of Core Synchronism. What exactly is Core Synchronism?
EB:
Core Synchronism is a mechanical bodywork modality, developed by Robert Stevens, the Director of NMSNT. Of all the body work modalities that I do and that I know of, Core Synchronism is the deepest.
When a person is suffering, it means that something within them is out of balance. The Core Synchronism practitioner finds relationships that are out of balance, what is out of “sync”, and then allows fluid to float it to a relaxed effortless balanced neutral. They are playing with a sort of “compensating balance” moment to moment, so it’s important that a practitioner remained focused throughout the treatment until a relaxed balance or full body still point is achieved.

AR:
You mention the “Core Current.” What’s the Core Current?
EB:
Well, the human being is made of the mental/emotional, etheric, and physical bodies, and the go- between of these bodies is fluid. Our bodies are mostly fluid. The Core Current is an energetic current that pushes the fluid (specifically cerebral spinal fluid) out into the field of the body. The physical structures respond by moving in specific directions (open/close, lateral/medial, anterior/posterior.) If there is trauma on any level, things are thrown out of sync and symptoms present and suffering is felt. The goal of true health, then, is to have everything (the energetic etherial body, fluid fluctuation, and physical structures) in sync with it’s balance point the energetic Core Current.

AR:
So the Energetic, in this case, the Core Current, controls the Physical? EB:
Yeah. We see this time and again in nature. The wind blows and the trees and leaves move, canyon walls are eroded away. The Core Current could be called the breath of life, the vital force, the creative power, etc. Call it what you will, it’s what everything in creation is following… it has no choice.
AR:
Wow. That’s really beautiful and profoundly spiritual.
EB:
Yeah, it can be interpreted through the lens of spirituality. However, it is important to note that Core Synchronism is not a spiritual path. It is a mechanical bodywork modality designed to assist persons as they strive to re-achieve total balance, and therefore, healing and health.
AR:
Enai, there are countless massage and bodywork modalities out there. What makes Core Synchronism different from other modalities?
EB:
Core Synchronism is the only modality that I’m aware of, that talks about what the etheric (energetic currents) body is supposed to be doing in relation to the physical structures. For example, Cranio-sacral refers only to the physical body while Polarity and Reiki are energetic models. With Core Synchronism, you recognize that the physical and the etherial are working in relationship with one another and are inseparable from one another.
AR:
So Core Synchronism is a more holistic approach to the whole being?
EB:
It is!
AR:
Enai, thank you for chatting with me about Core Synchronization. As a lover of Core Synchronization and as one who has experienced many of your classroom teachings, I’m excited for your continuing education students. I know that it will be a great and informative experience.

[To register for the Core Synchronism Continuing Education Courses, please contact the New Mexico School of Natural Therapeutics at 505-268-6870.]

Contact Info: Adonna Rometo, PhD, LMT Moonbeam Therapies, LLC 111B Edith Blvd SE Albuquerque, NM 87102 520-245-1847 www.moonbeamtherapies.com

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