The emotional landscape in the osteopathic field
The role of the body in installing an emotional state
Patrick Van Den Heede D.O. MSc
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The morphodynamical episodes of body development help to characterize a major part of brain anatomy in their functional relationship to mind development and diversification of its cognitive-mental and emotional faculties. To install a final emotional state the mind needs the body as a referential landscape to be aware of this particular emotion. One can speak about a mind-body interference. This relationship has been studied in a multitude of articles on embodiment and refers to the fact that the body is an essential tool in the emotional start up. Most of the time it is forgotten that the body possesses its own memory store which could be a stock of early inserted emotion patterns that on their turn could initiate an emotional pattern at brain level.
Over de auteur
Patrick Van Den Heede D.O. MSc.
The author has a private praxis for osteopathic medicine in Belgium.
He is co-founder of the Integrative Institute of Morphology Belgium.
For 40 years he taught at almost all of the European colleges for osteopathy (Finland, Poland, Belgium, Netherlands, Austria, Germany, Switzerland, France, Italy, Spain).
He is the author and co-author of a few books on osteopathic medicine:
-Foundations of Morphodynamics in Osteopathy. Handspring.
-Osteopathic Medicine. Holonomic Keys for Treatment. Elsevier.
-Osteopathie - Architektur der Balance. Elsevier.
-Das kardiovaskuläre System in der Osteopathie. Elsevier.
- 9789464685480 / 978-94-646-8548-0
- Engels (Amerikaans)
- 17 x 24 cm
This should be maintained as the main statement of this book, namely that the brain field is a physical field, as well as is the heart field or the gut system.
They share common features that are specified during common time lapses of development that specify part of their function and location in time. They share part of their common and synchronous transitions in microtimes of development.
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