The Alphabiotic Integration involves a unique movement of the head.
This choreographed and kata-like gesture is an acceleration ‘hiccup’ that generates enough momentum (translating through the alphabioticist’s contact point at the base of the skull) to create a pattern-interrupt.
The mechanics of this acceleration movement may cause the spine to breathe open and expand along it’s longitudinal plane. Often times a Snap, Crackle and Pop may be heard or felt. This is normal.
The sound is caused by gases releasing within the synovial fluid (a viscous fluid that bathes and lubricates all of the body’s joint articulations.) As this opening and decompression happens, an increase in the joint articulation volume occurs.
And as we know from chemistry class, with an increase in volume comes a decrease in pressure. So as the pressure of the synovial fluid drops, gases dissolved in the fluid become less soluble, forming bubbles through a process called cavitation.
When the joint is decompressed the pressure in the capsule drops so low that these bubbles burst, producing that characteristic Snap, Crackle and Pop. From an alphabiotic perspective, the sound is irrelevant and in no way determines the level of success of the Integration. Some participants love the sound, others truly hate it.
Just know the intention is to create sensory communication into the brain; a brief interruption; a literal suspension of ego-or-body-consciousness so you might achieve a respite from the drivel and blather of contemporary living.
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