Published on Locomotor system.

The skull, or the cranium, is the hardest bone of the body. Problems in the skull reveal a major undervaluing in the relationship the person has with his biological Father or with the male model he has had. It denotes obstinacy and stubbornness. The bigger the cranial lesion, the more intense will be the tension the person experiences in his life with regard his incapacity to take his Cartesian thoughts and his controlling obstinacy further.

It is sometimes said that the person has deeper or more superficial cuts in the cranium, particularly in the case of children, when the person has broken his head. This extremely common saying is not exact, because, in most cases, there is no bone lesion. These cranial problems must be understood as originating in small tensions with the biological Father. The Father is likely to be extremely controlling and demanding.

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