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Synopsis

  • Continuing with the theme of 333, on the back, on the front, and on elbows and knees, you lift your extended arms, head, legs in various combinations and explore the concurrent movement of the spine in the opposite direction. This movement of the spine leaves the chest free (rather than requiring it to stiffen), and when lifting the legs on the stomach, the weight can move towards the armpits (this is the suggested direction at the end, but the vertebrae of the neck may still need some organization for this to happen).
  • Dr. F refers to recent lessons which may be AY 330-332.

Lesson Outline

  • Highly condensed outline of key movements

Focus of Moshe’s Teaching

  • Every lifting of the limb involves the spine moving in the opposite direction.
  • The Limit of principles: they should clarify teaching, not exist as fixed rules.

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Fundamental Properties:

Weber-Fechner law:

 

 

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