Spinal Gateways are areas along the spine which appear to be sensitive to entrained biological fields, and that assist the central nervous system in moving from stress physiology toward adaptive self-assessment and re-organization. Spinal Gateways are thought to be an interface between the dimensions of tissue, energy, and consciousness, which serve as access points for the auto-assessment of the nervous system relative to its awareness of spatial and temporal self-identity.

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