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RICHARD NEIL: So we're going to work on the jaw bone now. We store a lot of stress and
tension in our jaws, biting down our jaws; a lot of people clinch in the middle of the
sleep. People unconsciously clinch their jaws, bite down, grind their teeth. I'm sure some
of you have your dentist say, "Don't grind your teeth". We do these things unconsciously
because of stress and tension that's affecting our dream states. So what I'm doing here is
making small circles with my fingers, small circles just starting at the--just below her
ear lobes. It's hard to see where I am at this angle but we hold the lock in her jaw.
So I'm starting here and I'm working my way all the way down towards the chin. Slow circles,
slow circles so move circle here, move to a point here, move to a point here. About
four or five points until you get to the chin. Depending how big the jaw is. But this is,
this tends to be the greatest culprit right here, the first one, just before it makes
that turn to be a straight line. That jaw muscle. And you can actually hold that there
for a while and just increase the pressure just ever so slightly. So I'm pushing up,
I'm pushing up towards the ceiling. Breathe. So I'm moving down the jaw, a little further
down. This feels really good.
When you get down to the chin, we're going to move to the chin here and create a little
bit of pressure right here at the chin, these two little dimples that go underneath the
chin bone and just hold that place right there. You can even smooth it out starting at the
center and moving outward
relieving whatever tension we hold in her jaw on her chin. So when we return I'll resume
the work on the face.