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Membranous Tension In The Gulf Islands

On a recent trip to Vancouver Island I took a ferry from the mainland which sailed through the south gulf islands. Truly one of the most beautiful ferry trips I’ve been on. It was a beautiful day with remarkable low lying clouds...

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Michael Graziano 'Consciousness and Social Brain'

'One of the things that makes people special is we are so social, we are hyper social……social capabilities are a key part of what we think of as our own awareness.' GrazianoCurrently reading Michael Graziano's book 'Consciousness and Social Brain'. His theory presents...

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Mirror neurons

The science around mirror neurons is very exciting. It appears perception involves a mimicking of what is around us within our internal environment. If we see a beautiful dancer dancing, our brain is reproducing what we are seeing in the brain's motor...

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More on Synchronization by Michael Shea

I would like to comment about the term “synchronizing” as it is used in biodynamic practice.  At first, it means that the practitioner aligns their perception with the slow tempo of Primary Respiration. To perceive Primary Respiration, the practitioner looks inside of...

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Morphology of Change

As the biodynamic model of practice becomes more refined there’s a gap starting to open up between the nomenclature of the older forms of CST and the new, especially around descriptions of tissue adjustment and reorganization processes. Points of balanced tension and...

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Morphology of Change in the Embryonic Body

As the biodynamic model of craniosacral practice becomes more refined, a gap is starting to open in the nomenclature of it and older forms of CST, especially around descriptions of tissue adjustment and reorganization processes. In particular, the terms ‘points of balanced...

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Mouse coming out of the freeze response

Like the snake video, the above video captures some essential elements of hardwired trauma responses. Notice how stiff the mouse is at the start of the video. I am increasingly appreciating how stiffness is a good early sign of immobilisation. Before I...

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Natural Breath

Great video showing what happens when you allow your body to breath in the way the cells want without the interference of the mind. Also a great connection between the diaphragm, the spine and other diaphragms take place when he lets go...

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