Original experience occurs in the cells and fluids of the body and is then recorded and stored in the nervous system.
From this perspective, the nervous system is a recording system. It takes all the cellular fluid information and puts it into patterns.
When we open the back of our brain (lower hindbrain) to receive information, the cells inform the brain. The brain can then organize this information into new patterns.
What I’m going to share next is not traditional. When there is an injury to the brain, we can feel and work with cells to brain on the same side, as well as what is already known, that brain to cells goes to the opposite side.
In this short video, Bonnie speaks about the nervous system as a recording system and the difference between the brain informing cells and cells informing the brain.
This clip is from Bonnie’s online course Embodying Cellular Consciousness through Touch and Movement.