Somatic Repatterning Workshop
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Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy

The Gastric Network – Stomach and Brain Work Together

The existence of the gastric network suggests a link between the automatic regulation of processes such as digestion, and spontaneous brain activity. ...

Twin Dynamics and Resonance

Twin and Singleton Midlines are Different

Twin heads are built differently from singleton heads. ...

Chimera – I am My Own Twin

Chimerism is a strange beast. Scientifically, it’s the persistence of cells from two (or more) people in one body. Firm numbers remain elusive, but most—if not all—humans are probably a little chimeric. ...

Naming and Shadow

With the passing of Ursula Le Guin on January 22nd, 2018 I decided to revisit some of my favorite of her books. Her books have a quality about them that is so real and yet so otherworldly. In particular I loved the E ...

Is mother’s milk the original social network?

Cortisol is supposed to be in milk. How much cortisol a mother passes on in milk may have more to do with communicating to infants about energy than stress. ...

Microbiome – Diversity, Community and Health

With understanding and conscious interaction we can work with our microbes and enhance diversity both inside and outside our bodies. Diversity and community is the basis for health ...

The Microbiome Challenges our Concept of Self

The human is not a unitary entity but a dynamic and interactive community of human cells and microbial cells. Self is not a human trait but the product of complex interactions between human cells and a multitude of m ...

Winter Solstice, Pineal Gland and Cycles of Life

It is a time to reflect on the cosmic and earthly cycles. They underlie and influence our physical well being and our psychological and spiritual health. ...

Low-Carbohydrate Diet Superior to Antipsychotic Medications

Image source: www.bodybuilding.com Article source: Psychology Today Low-Carbohydrate Diet Superior to Anti-psychotic Medications Two remarkable personal stories, as told by their Harvard psychiatrist. This summer, I ...

The Role of the Gastrointestinal Microbiota in Visceral Pain

Changes to the microbial environment in the gut as a consequence of illness, stress or injury can lead to a broad spectrum of physiological and behavioral effects. Both CNS and the peripheral nervous system associate ...

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