How it All Works - Crossinology Brain Integration


Today I walked into a store that I frequent and talked to a gentleman there with whom I had talked to about brain integration a couple of weeks ago. He was fascinated by what we discussed and was looking into it for himself. He told me that he actually had a dream last night that he had done the brain integration and that the results were amazing. However, he mentioned that there was a point in his dream where he was hooked up to a machine and he was put in front of a Rottweiler. Needless to say, he thought it was a little weird.

Luckily, there are no vicious animals or brain zapping involved in brain integration, but many folks don’t know exactly what to expect. I’d like to take a moment to explain a little bit about how it all works. There are some proprietary techniques that are used that I won’t cover here, but I do want to talk about the two main procedures I use during a brain integration session:

Muscle Testing

image courtesy of  Learning Education Center

image courtesy of Learning Education Center

Many muscles are controlled passively by the brain - the heart and lungs work autonomously without conscious effort.  The brain puts the body in a state of paralysis during sleep to protect you from damage. Muscles are involuntarily deactivated when a weightlifter reaches a certain point in order to prevent damage.

The idea behind muscle testing is that it is a way to communicate with the subconscious part of the brain. The previous examples demonstrate that there is a connection between the subconscious mind and the muscles. By putting resistance on a muscle, I can ask the subconscious a simple question. If the muscle goes weak, it is a negative response. If the muscle remains strong, it is positive.


Almost every time I mention the word “acupressure,”  people immediately start to think about being stuck with tiny needles all over their body. Acupuncture is a widely accepted procedure that places needles under the skin to address a variety of ailments. Acupressure, however, uses the same map of the body but only requires that the point be lightly  touched (or pointed at for sensitive areas.) This map is known as the meridian points.

Running the Program

The whole brain integration process is really similar to running a computer program. Imagine the meridians as a keyboard - using acupressure to touch meridian points is like typing out instructions. This provides the brain specific information on what neural pathway is being checked. I then use muscle testing to feel if that specific neural pathway is functioning or not. When a malfunctioning pathway is found, it is corrected and begins to function properly within a few minutes.

Crossinology Brain Integration uses several techniques that are commonly used in other therapies, but adds some new and unique components. For me, the specifics of it were foreign to me when I had my brain integration, but the results were easy to understand. Check out what some of our clients have to say about their experience by clicking here.