Correcting Cranial bones--Structural Priority
Between the bones making up the skull are fissures. When a person is under stress these fissures become 'locked'. Locking is sometimes associated with allergies or physical trauma. The fissure lines run along the top of the head from the middle to the front, and up both sides from the tops of the ears to the top of the head. To relieve: separate the bones by firm pressure, using the fingers of two hands.
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