Organ System: Kidneys

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Organ System Mind/Consciousness: functions of our internal survival (breathing, nourishment and elimination), provide us with sense of volume and organic authenticity. They are the primary habitats for our emotions, aspirations, and memories of our inner reactions to our personal histories. Physical and psychological function of kidneys: – organs of filtration and fluid balance, instinctive alertness, balance, discrimination through qualities of …

BNP: Mouthing

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Basic Neurocellular Pattern of Movement: Mouthing (Analing) – It relates to Tunicates (sea squirts). – It underlies the process of one’s perception of the outer world via special sense of the head, efficiency of one’s movement initiated from the head, and the relationship of the senses of the head and the movement of the head. – The mouth is the first extremity to search, reach, …

Embryology

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Please study the following pictures           Watch this video (7:52min). It shows the development of the gastrointestinal tract.   Ayurvedic resources for Summer season Summer Diet in Ayurveda Ayurvedic Diet for July To keep you cool try this tasty Avocado Cucumber Guacamole  

The Digestive Tube

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The Digestive Tube (alimentary canal or gut tube) is a musculomembranous tube, about 9 metres long, extending from the mouth to the anus, and lined throughout its entire extent by mucous membrane. It has received different names in the various parts of its course: at its commencement is the mouth, where provision is made for the mechanical division of the food (mastication), and for its admixture …

Cells: Music & Videos

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Cellular Fluid Brother Hunter by Djivan Gasparyan Prelude 10, Boo 1 by Walter Gieseking playing Debussy Sinan by Whirling Dervishes Video (0:30min) of Cellular Breathing – Amoeba   Transitional Fluid (fluid as it passes through the cell membranes) The River VI and VII by Ketil Bjornstad & David Darling Video (2:41min) of Sponging Movement Pattern – Sea Sponges   Interstitial …

Cells 2 – Cell Membrane

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Quotes from Life on Land by Emilie Conrad: “If Martians were looking at us through some interstellar telescope, I am sure they would marvel at how our planet has arranged us. “Look, look!” they would say, “They carry the water with them. Their bodies are mostly water, and yet they move about the Earth in this apparently solid way. How amazing …

Cells 1

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Please watch this beautiful video about Introductions to Cells (2:54min)   Please watch this video about cells flowing in microscope (1:07min)   Please study these pictures                 If you have time and interest, watch this video with Bonnie on Embodiment of Cellular Consciousness through Movement (100min).   

Organ System – Lungs

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1. Watch these videos with Bonnie     This one is longer (43min), but worth your time: Awakening Breathing in the Lobes of the Lungs Somatization   2. Watch this short video about how the lungs work   3. Study the following images       This tissue still has some fluidity, but as you can see it has been …

Skeletal System 3

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Embodying the Axial and Appendicular Skeleton 1. Please read the information bellow: The Axial Skeleton: Through the axial skeleton we experience the central core that we call a self. When our axial skeleton moves through space, we move through space. When our axial skeleton is still, we are still. The Appendicular Skeleton: It is our peripheral extension of self with …

Skeletal System 2

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1. Read the Pathways of Weight document in Topics 2. Study the following images: To see the images bigger you have to download them. To download click the download button below each image.           3. If you are interested and have time, read the Corona Encounter in Topics. It is a wonderful example of embodiment from …