Is there a ‘rule of thumb’ (sorry) which we can use to tell us when the optimal amount of time has been spent working on a disturbed or perverted reflex?
There is a simple way, which depends on having the necessary and vital sense of touch to be able to detect the disturbed reflex and to feel when it has been worked enough (or cooked as I call it)
When you have detected, for example an oedemas type of reflex, maintain a steady contact movement until the oedemas/congested texture has been dispersed. This may take between fifteen seconds to two minutes, (or require other approaches)
Other reflex texture types may take longer and require a break of a few minutes before returning again, and so forth until a dispersal change is detected.
The key to knowing when the reflex has been optimally worked is sensing the dispersal of the congestion.
This is a very simplistic description of the process.