- The title is misleading. There is no interlacing at all. This video segment starts with “Sit, Shoulder Forward, Rotate Head” in continuation of “06/10/81 Sitting, Shoulder Forward to Ear” and “06/10/81 Rotating the shoulders”. The second part is “Flexing of right palm” supine. Question: “Which way will you roll your head when you
open your fingers and when you close them. Roll your head and see.” Later on at the same time “Rotation the arm around itself” to find the middle range”. The biggest part of that video segment is a talk about “Survival and Posture“.
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About finding the middle range: “Keep on turning the hand, and you will see that the middle range is actually towards the other hand. It couldn’t be otherwise because most of the movements that we ever did with our hands are connecting the two hands towards another. We never do things with one hand except peeing or something. And otherwise most of the things we do, we do it with both hands. Therefore, the direction of one hand to the other is a pre-selected direction out of all directions possible, but is that a good reason?”
- Amherst 2 – Week 1 – 06/09/81 Flexing of right palm / Press floor to lift knee
- Amherst 2 – Week 1 – 06/09/81 Prone to Standing While Flexing Right Hand / Bell Hand in Hair
- Amherst 2 – Week 1 – 06/10/81 Flexing hands and feet together
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