CFT fits nicely into the quantum physics model. In 1908 Minkowski, Einstein’s teacher, discovered that space and time are one. His space time model consisted of the three dimensions of space and the fourth dimension of time.
In CFT we know that every structural cell in the body in three-dimensional space is connected through the craniosacral fascial web. John Barnes P.T. wrote in the 1990s that the fascia remembers all events. The fourth dimension of time remembers the emotional and physical layers of this web throughout life back to conception.
The moment we start CFT, we are directly tapping into that oneness of the space time continuum. We have no idea where we are in time. Sometimes the most recent trauma appears, other times childhood injuries, and still other times birth trauma. CFT does not necessarily peel the layers chronologically. Even in a newborn, we can be anywhere in that nine months of delivery, labor, or in utero space time.
The fundamental premise of CFT is that the body knows best how to heal itself. The body’s innate dictates to us what it needs to do to correct itself in this space time continuum. We always listen and trust that inherent knowing and understand that our work is to just facilitate the healing.
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