Oct 19, 2022
This article is about a common misconception that the brain contains a “motor map” of our muscles in the sense in which we normally understand when we think about maps (one-to-one representation). It further explains the term “distributed activation” in movement research and then compares it with the Baseworks Distributed Activation. >>
acupuncture model with needles in the meridians.
How one approaches a practice is a key to building a self-sufficient fallback tool to reset across any circumstance. The secret is to re-discover and develop the ability to tune in to what is appropriate across the randomness of life. >>
Drawing to me feels like measuring my body temperature. It is a process of sensing my present state, using a thermometer-like tool to probe and extract whatever comes out of it. >>

Although we are obviously consciously aware of the position of our body parts in space, it is often assumed that >>

Behavior change is subtle, sometimes not even visible. Yet the day-to-day action one takes is what evolves us to be who we are into the future, and what we do here and now is what directs the shift in direction. >>

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