Cerebral Spinal Fluid
Dr. Stone refers to the cerebral spinal pump as an energy system. The cerebral spinal fluid (CSF) is formed in the ventricles of the brain secreted from specialized capillaries that are a tiny cauliflower-like mass - the choroid plexus.
Through the spinal cord and nerve roots, the mind communicates with every cell. This cranial rhythm involves the movement of the cranial bones, and a subtle pulsing throughout the body that works at a rate of 6 to 12 cycles per minute with an average of 8 cycles per minute. This cycle is very steady in the individual, not varying in times of exertion or excitement as the heart rate does.
Two basic physical energy sources combine for the physiological process: first the inherited constitution plus food, water, sunshine, and air; and second, the flow of the cerebral spinal fluid formed from the spinning chakras of ether, air, fire, water and earth. CSF flows from the positive brain to the negative base of the sacral area where the kundalini energy resides.