Circles

Everything works in a circular pattern. Nature works in a circular pattern, curved patterns, spirals, not straight lines. The old adage about running around in circles… 

So too circular thinking.  It brings the thought continually before you and builds on that momentum by the continuation of that thought.

Until it turns to action and a completion of that thought.

 

 

 

 

On Neuroplasticity — THE BRAIN IS A WONDERFUL THING

Scientists used to believe that the brain stopped developing once humans reached adulthood. 

Advances in medical imaging technologies, however, have discredited this understanding of the brain, which we now recognize as an extraordinarily dynamic organ that continues to develop in response to environmental stimuli throughout our lives. This phenomenon is known as neuroplasticity.

 

Neuroplasticity allows our brains to continuously change and adapt, forging new neural connections as needed, and abandoning pathways we no longer use. 

Neuroplasticity makes it possible for the brain to cope with dramatic environmental changes, like traumatic injury, as healthy nerve cells seek out connections with each other to compensate for damage and restore function.(alta mira)

The body wants to belong. It seeks to connect with other areas of itself to help those that are not functioning as well.  It seeks to connect to compensate for damage and restore function.  So does the brain.neruo for blog

Form and Movement…Restored

We look to develop Form to restore Flexibility and Movement capability.  Structural Integration body work, developed by Ida P.

Rolf, WILL get the body back to a more functional form.  So you can continue your daily activities — Restored.

 

On Neuroplasticity — the brain is a wonderful thing

Scientists used to believe that the brain stopped developing once humans reached adulthood. Advances in medical imaging technologies, however, have discredited this understanding of the brain, which we now recognize as an extraordinarily dynamic organ that continues to develop in response to environmental stimuli throughout our lives. This phenomenon is known as neuroplasticity.

Neuroplasticity allows our brains to continuously change and adapt, forging new neural connections as needed, and abandoning pathways we no longer use. Indeed, neuroplasticity makes it possible for the brain to cope with dramatic environmental changes, like traumatic injury, as healthy nerve cells seek out connections with each other to compensate for damage and restore function.(alta mira)

Much as I wrote a few weeks ago, the body wants to belong and seeks to connect with other areas of itself to help the areas that are not functioning as well.  Like so with the brain.  It seeks to connect to compensate for damage and restore function.

Belonging

 

I help to rebuild bodies. One thing I find that all people want is to be moving freely, without pain, in order to do their daily or professional activities. The body wants to belong.

If injury or repetition stops a movement pattern the body begins to move in different directions against some other part of itself. So you can imagine it moving, trying to get away from itself when what it really needs is to be put back together or reorganized into a whole working piece. Then it will work with itself. It belongs.