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In the system of Network Spinal Analysis, a phase refers to a specific frequency and tension pattern of the nervous, connective tissue, and subtle energy systems. Phases are thought to be the way in which the brain protects itself from overwhelming stressors by anchoring the physiology of defense at specific spinal regions. As the spinal cord becomes stretched (as part of the fight-or-flight response), the movement and vibration of the tissues also becomes restricted. It is assumed that this restriction influences the range of tissue oscillation and motion down to a molecular level, and it is proposed that various phases are related to the expression of a limited range of consciousness and emotional expression. The phasing system is congruent with the concept of acoustic (sound) waves as a significant means of neural/body communication and with tonal models of chiropractic.