Your skeletal frame is the whole structure of your body. The bones and muscle around your skeletal frame are very important. When a person comes to see me with pain in any area of the body I begin by looking at their bone structure to see where it is out of alignment. They have the symptom of pain, but that is only the symptom, not the cause. The cause can go as far back as their childhood where they have had a fall, a football injury or as simple as falling off their bike. These are some examples. This can alter the skeletal frame because of shock to the body. The person would not feel the pain or the impact of the damage they have done and may, at the time, only feel a little bruised. This weakens the bone structure and over the years with added injury to that area, which has already been weakened; this will have an impact on the muscle and bone structure.
When I look at the skeleton the first thing I look for is an impact or injury, be it a car accident, bad fall going back into their past, which may in some cases, be the cause of the pain. With some people I can see the skeletal frame pushed forward from the chest and the discs or hips pushed inwards or some imbalance in the skeletal frame. This causes the muscle around the skeleton to shift and over time this resets the bone structure in their body. A small fall or impact to the body can push this out of alignment causing pain.
Thought Patterns can also have an impact on the skeletal frame causing the muscle to tighten or swell, shifting the bone structure ever so slightly that not even an x-ray would detect. Over time with the muscle being so tight or swollen it can stop the circulation running correctly through the body causing the symptoms seen on the previous page. When you get negative this puts pressure on all the muscle in the body and over the years because of being negative and stressed out, the muscle in the whole body will, with some people, tighten shrinking the skeletal frame to match the tightening of the muscle. The impact will be stronger depending on the sensitivity of the individual.
© Hazel Devine April 2017 – Skeletal/Bone Structure V.1