by Dr. Lawrence Wilson

October 2018, L.D. Wilson Consultants, Inc.


All information in this article is for educational purposes only.  It is not for the diagnosis, treatment, prescription or cure of any disease or health condition.


            Definition.  Brain architecture, in this article, refers to how the brain sits within the cranium or skull of the body.  Another term would be brain placement, perhaps, but brain architecture is also a good term for this concept.




The most important causes today include a rape, a beating, especially around the head and neck areas, or perhaps an accident or injury.  Examples of accidents would be a car accident in which the head is thrown forward into the windshield, or backward causing a whiplash injury.  A fall down a flight of steps could do it, as well.  A sports injury of the head or neck could do it, as well.

Any of these is enough to slightly displace the brain inside the skull, so that it no longer sits properly within the cranium. 




Symptoms may include disorientation, dizziness, inability to think clearly, memory problems, seizures, and perhaps other cognitive or perceptual difficulties.  These can be as bad as any other symptoms that are due to the rape, beating or accident. 

It could also give rise to hair analysis patterns, in particular sympathetic dominance, or perhaps a calcium shell or a fast oxidation rate.

Doctors may give these symptoms various names such as cognitive defects, dementia, or others.  They may persist for a long time, more than other symptoms related to a trauma or accident.

Very subtle damage.  The displacement of the brain is extremely subtle.  For this reason, it is usually not noticeable on a brain scan such as an MRI, PET, CT or any other.  Chiropractic care and even cranio-sacral care often do not correct it.  This can make it very frustrating for the person experiencing these symptoms.




            Fortunately, there is a rather simple method that usually will correct the problems described above.  It is a specific protocol involving foot reflexology, also called zone therapy.  Before giving the protocol, here are important notes about doing the procedure:


1. The toes contain the reflexes to the head and neck, so they are the focus of this technique.

2. You will do this on both feet.

3. Follow the technique exactly, without skipping any toes.

4. You can do this on yourself, or you can have another person perform the technique on you.

5. Do the technique once or twice daily for a week.  Usually, that is plenty.  There is no need to do it more often, unless you definitely feel that it is needed.

6. Doing the technique should take no more than 1 minute per foot.  Do not overdo the technique, as it can negate its effectiveness.

7. I do not think the method can do harm, but certainly exercise good judgment with it.


            The corrective protocol:


1. Begin with the large toe and work through each toe  - big toe, second toe, middle toe, fourth toe and pinky toe or small toe.

2. For each toe, do the following:


A. Pull the toe hard outward and downward.  Count to 6 and with each count, pull the toe outward and downward hard.

B. Move the toe sideways to the left and then to the right and then left, again, etc.  Do this to the count of about 10.  With each count, move the toe to the right as far as you can, or to the left as far as you can.

C. Move the toe in a large circle.  Do this to the count of 10, as well.  For each count, move the toe in a large circle clockwise, followed by a count to 10 while you move the toe in a circle counterclockwise.

D. Finally, twist the toe back and forth as far as it will comfortable go.  Do this to a count of 5.



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