The brain itself is one of the later structures to develop embryologically. The heartbeat can be perceived in the embryo at three weeks. Brainwaves are not perceived until about six months.
A community question and Bonnie’s response about exploring the dance of creation between the egg and the sperm when someone has been conceived through in vitro fertilization.
I enjoyed your video on Postural Tone in Relation to Gravity and Space. However, I’m not sure how to connect with my cellular matrix. Do you have any suggestions for how to make this connection?
When I first began to feel this slow brain wave, as I said in my previous letter, I felt it initiate in my pericardium a moment before my brain. Rather like a pause before we take a breath.
What is your experience when you engage the crura of your thoracic diaphragm to support your core, rather than just engaging your muscles?
“What does it look like to hold a baby in a moving way” is a powerful question. Here are some explorations I can offer that may help to clarify your experience of what this means.
Bonnie, what do you mean by, “For me, pratyahara isn’t withdrawing from the senses, it’s coming to the place from which all senses are born”?
We MUST always start by loving and accepting them exactly as they are.
How do you know when you are in your body and when you are not, if you have never had the experience?
When we collapse, we lose contact. When we give up, we let gravity take over and then we are collapsed. But when we respond by feeling this increase in tone, it will support our rising away from…