Electrical impulses pass between the two hemispheres of the brain. They must get back and forth to coordinate body functions. When this energy becomes blocked, the female and the male are not flowing in sequence together. When this energy is connected and equally balanced within each individual, we will have equality between the sexes.
The reflex observed in action while walking is not always totally functional. Inadequate development is associated with poor crawling techniques or experiences during infancy. The nervous organization to coordinate the balanced walking movement is a learned behavior pattern related with cerebral connections that affect other fields of activity, such as language, reading, hand-to-eye coordination. It even affects the perception and conceptualization of sidedness. The perception of sidedness is required to tell mirror images apart, such as the "b" from the "d" in the alphabet, and this ability is dependent upon the strength of your cross-crawl integration. It is also very important in education and communication.
In today's high tech world, dyslexia (seeing or saying words backwards) is a common problem, especially for children. The ability to read is essential, but the person with dyslexia sees things backwards and cannot read. One literally cannot tell right from left.
Cross-crawl dysfunction is associated with the following:
The correcting procedure is an education program to improve nervous system organization. The exercise causes the brain to send the signal down the correct channel to reorganize and repattern the energy of the brain by activity. It affords the opportunity to go back to the crawling stage to lock in the correct pattern of energy in the brain. The more a person needs cross-crawl, the more difficult it will be to perform.
What to expect when the cross-crawl is balanced