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Naval Radiation and Fear Paralysis

Dr. Belinda Palmer

Naval Radiation and Fear Paralysis

A retained Fear Paralysis is associated with anxiety, paranoia, extreme fear, being easily overwhelmed, poor social skills, extremely attached to caregivers, inability to become attached to caregiver, over sensitivity to sensory simulations, elective mutism, extremely negative mindset, and temper tantrum (at an inappropriate age).

The practice of naval radiation is to connect the parts of the body with the self.

With a ball have the individual lay on their back. Starting at the naval roll the ball slowly and gently up to and over the head. Then roll back down. Then do this to each limb individually. Next starting at the naval roll up and over each arm. Then roll down and over each leg. This connects the top part of the body and the bottom part of the body.

Next starting at the naval roll the ball up and over the right arm and then right leg. Then do the same for the left side. This connects the right side of the body and the left side of the body.

Finally, starting at the naval roll up over the right arm and then down the left leg and back. Do the same for the right arm and left leg.

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