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Posts about Biodynamics

A Film About Slime Mould: The Creeping Garden

The Creeping Garden - official trailer from cinema iloobia on Vimeo. Slime mould has long fascinated the cranial community. The 1950's film by W Seifriz is shown on biodynamic cranial courses worldwide. The protoplasm of slime mould shows rhythmic flow at 50...

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A stillpoint says yes, a shutdown says no

Students are frequently far more creative than the tutors. The above was part of a great presentation by current CTET students Rana Ward, Claire-Cecile Desroche, Daniel Kingsley, Hilary Tulloch and Lucy Wrinn. The question was about the differences between a stillpoint and a shutdown.Here is what...

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Arterial and Venous Consciousness

The two greatest forces in the body are concerned with the movement of blood out from and back to the heart. They are two natural opposing forces that establish a deep resonance through all structures of the body. Everything is influenced by...

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'as if I was cupping a bowl of water'

I love green tea. We travelled in Japan a few years ago and discovered really good quality Sencha and Matcha. My morning cuppa has changed forever. Matcha particularly was a revelation, it is powered green tea and a taste sensation when prepared well....

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Beyond the Brain

Great article on the Brain that includes a history of the Brain and all the latest insights into its functionality.http://science.nationalgeographic.com/science/health-and-human-body/human-body/mind-brain/#page=1

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Bioelectric Embryo

A movie of the never-before-seen bioelectrical signals that storm across an embryo’s surface as it develops, taken by researchers at Tufts University. http://link.brightcove.com/services/player/bcpid42806346001?bckey=AQ~~,AAAABvaL8JE~,ufBHq_I6FnyWGkf89fI39YptgoH3KWso&bctid=1062596274001

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Book Review 2011

Here's my favourite books of the year:  Human Anatomy, Depicting the Body from the Renaissance to Today - Rifkin, Ackerman, Folkenburg (Thames & Hudson) One of my favourite books ever. A remarkable collection of anatomy images spanning 500years - basically a history...

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Cortisol and Babies

High stress during pregnancy is bad news, but it turns out that moderate-stress might boost fetal brain development. Studies in rodents suggest that stress during pregnancy inhibits neural growth, while the children of women who lived in war zones during pregnancy have...

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