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NEI system and the fluid state

I notice when I treat how the body's most common initial response is to orient to muscular fascial reorganisation. Then after a number of adjustments, there is a shift towards a visceral autonomic reorganisation. This is a more physiological change that eventually...

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Neural Matrix

The central nervous system is the biggest cluster of neurons in the body. There’s a billion neurons in the spinal chord and 100 billion in the brain. For our size as a species that’s an incredible amount of neurons and we have...

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New models of cerebrospinal outflow from the skull

'Recent reports have emerged suggesting that multiple sclerosis (MS) may be due to abnormal venous outflow from the central nervous system, termed chronic cerebrospinal venous insufficiency (CCSVI).'  Lazzaro M.A. et al (2011)http://www.frontiersin.org/Endovascular_and_Interventional_Neurology/10.3389/fneur.2011.00044/full  This is a very exciting article on the how venous...

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New Review of Cerebrospinal Fluid Physiology

Abstract: 'The traditional model of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) hydrodynamics is being increasingly challenged in view of recent scientific evidences. The established model presumes that CSF is primarily produced in the choroid plexuses (CP), then flows from the ventricles to the subarachnoid spaces,...

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Orders of Magnitude

Here's one of my favourite webpages on the internet. When im feeling confused by life i just click on the link and it always makes me feel better - puts things in perspective. The page looks at a huge variety of objects...

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Original Internal and External Spaces

Here’s some interesting observations of our embryological development that might explain some of the phenomena felt by BCST practitioners. The first midlines of the body coalesce from the meeting of the three embryonic fluid spaces (chorion, yolk sac and amnion). Three germ...

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Perceptual Fields - foreground and background

All perceptual fields exist at the same time. They are equipresent and part of the fabric of reality. However, the nature of our sensory system is to be more interested in particular perceptual fields over others. Overall there’s a common relationship to...

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