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One Body, Many Textures

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In this video, Gil gives a summary of what the "fuzz" is and how everyone is connected.

This video was filmed and produced by Gil Hedley. It includes videos and photos of dissections of cadavers (embalmed human donors). You can visit his website for more information about his workshops.
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May 01, 2019
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Mine too. Then they are to yours. I no longer believe that I'm cast out of the garden [inaudible] cause I've seen the gardens or the kindness. So what is the fuss? What's the [inaudible]? What is the fuss? How do you credit cate? The Fas? You can do it a number of ways. This is the review. Okay. Number one, here's a mouthful. Desiccated, right?

That means dry desiccated filmy slash Perry fashion. Then racy on day Ri desiccated, finding pattern, fashion memories, placed intention in the dissection process. Right? In such a way as to demonstrate the Felton multidirectional organization of a college and find or distribution. You do understand that ridiculous nonsense. Yeah. So look, desiccated para fashional memories, right? Put your tension in the dissection process in a way that room deals.

Is that from can be like felt. I would wish that memory is constituted. There it is. That's us. Same stuff, right? Jessica. Kate, it parrot fashion, memory, place intention and I section process of revealing that felt it multidirectional distribution of the college and primers again, same thing.

Alright. This type of Phys, this belongs, belongs it, right? This is the essential anatomical basis differential movement. However, when I first approached it, my first spot right with my model of silk stockings attached at their ends. Alright, I confuse the heck out of me. I was wrong. Tip along. Set jokes. Fascia adhesions, right? Here's another one. What's the first, how about fashion? Each is formed between the visceral surfaces, which normally happen gliding relationship. All right.

By a serious fluids. We just saw it mentioned that this type of fuss forms like foes gone wild in the musculoskeletal system under conditions of inflammation, right? Or pathological processes. So we just saw him write injury or tumors disease, right? Or as an accidental result of or as an on purpose result of surgery in medical intervention, all this stuff. It's kind of recap this kind of suspicious that this was a, like as concision from minimally surgery, I blogged a valley to show up in four different two towns and stuff and they do.

So this is not like scratches everything out. Absolutely right. And this type of Fuzz, right. Contributed to my early belief that the normal relations that I was seeing in the muscular skeletal tissues were not normal. Can you see how I got confused? It kind of makes sense, right? It makes sense in a wrong kind of way. And on top of that, to make it even more confusing, those processes are happening there.

Well, I just can't make that judgment call in the dissection process. So the words are true, but the visual support for it that I've offered in that the pass was half true. Possibly true, but speculative. Right? Cause the good Pfizer does get in trouble and does get gummed over the glomeration. It gets brittle. All this stuff happens. I didn't know they were two types of ways.

The body accomplishes differential movement, one through with right. One through a fashion membrane system. That one sort of fluids. I didn't have that distinction available to me that I can share with you now. That was a hard one. Fucking said it was hard. I probably shouldn't wrote the book. So number three, pick a normal fuss or write the pair of Fashion Memories, right?

That's the means by which nature accomplishes differential movement, right? That's how there can be play within the unity. We started [inaudible] total connection in differential movement play within the unity, not like the tree. A little girl running in the woods. Don't you wish you had that much differential? Nobody's in Dubai. She is going in eight different directions at the same time.

That's like a photograph of joy and and, and joy that goes to the whole body there. Can you tell the difference like they're all higgledy piggledy that she's on the moon. Yeah. So remember that cloud I told you I saw out the window that looked like a big section of fashion that we rendered. Oh, we, we're flying on that cloud for a long time to do a clap. The amazing thing that happened was it started just sheer right wind forces operating an atmosphere started to cause that big beautiful cloud to share, to move in two different directions. At the same time, the movement induced the transformation created a membrane in the cloud, right? The structure of the cloud responded to the movement.

These membranes in your body form, right? And real logically as itself calm together. They been fold on each other, creating surfaces in contact with each other that are now places where differential low-ball rise in generating different kinds of tissue, different kinds of electrical potentials that causes the cells to differentiate differently. So we have movement creative. All right. The movement is prior to the Admin. That's life. Let's just go a large of fas. Let's just say that is a relationship, right?

And the texture, the texture, is it dry, wet, slippery. The texture of the fuzz reveals the qualities and character of the movement, right? Whether it's going to be happening or not, it was a fluid or gummy. I could call that the texture of the fuzzer reveals the quality of the movement in the relationship. So here's a fuzzy picture and told him a picture. My kids home for Thanksgiving last year. Time flies.

Um, my son in the middle there didn't know how to ride a long board, but his brother and sister didn't know how to ride a long board. So he said, would you teach me how to ride a lawn garden? And off they went. That one's a father's heart. That's a healthy quality, fuzzy image. [inaudible] so relationships, right? They can be soft, fluid, easy, playful, moving. It can be soft, fluid, easy, playful, moving, soft, fluid, easy, playful, moving relationship. Huh?

[inaudible] Casey and I fall more in relationship to Spanish as an imaging software of easy play for women. I shit, there's connection. There's genuine emotion of water in the eyes. There's mirth. This is an image of lightness, Merck, so I can do it. Easy, quite phone, moving relationships. And once, once a day [inaudible] stuck on fracture tense. [inaudible] you see the change [inaudible] images of a relationship, right? 10 stuck on your infraction.

You see that book [inaudible] all the way clear to brittle snap. Your emotions are masked. Do you see the stiffness in the features as they try and cover the underlying levels of the relationship? Right. So that's an example of a relationship that's got fuzzed over blue dot and gone Gretel. It's ready to snap. Yeah, another relationship. Okay. This is my, my boy and me as a little an in a pool and a dog blown. Now can you see the soft to easy playful fluid relationship between the boy and the dog? You see that connection that the eye contact, right?

The joy and the mark between the boy and the dog. It's a little more complicated for the dog though because she hates the cool, changed the pool because I was working one day when she was a puppy, she jumped backwards and plunged into the beach and the pool. She didn't even know how to do doggy paddle at the time. So I've gotta go running him through the gate, through the fence or rescue the dog for she was inside. I was outside. So from then on she was afraid of the poor manner.

She is loving the boy and hating the hook. Can you see the tension in her body as she leans forward into the boy? Soft. Easy. So we have the laundry relationship and she backs away from the poor Tencent stuff to relationships happening expressed in her little simple emotional doggie wife. That's US box [inaudible].

We have a way more right? Complex nexus of relationships in which we live and they are playing out in our bodies. I about two operating systems going here to perceptual system in which we share can generate relationship. What does our mind when our mind perceives in different, yeah. Yes, and we do perceived different in our minds to be perceived difference. It allows you to like to sit across laden, gone into zen somebody or whatever, but basically the mind perceived difference in, in Pete's separation we had a cute separation.

Look skin. Why my sees the PA, the two callers and we'll sell for that I my mind, we'll name them, naming Paul call one of things, give him a call. The other thing surfers are factual show I've done between the two of them actually cleanify this things right? Thingify a skin. The skin doesn't exist until I cut it away from the body. Now there's a skin, then those skin, there's a body I put the mind will perceive a texture or color, give the name separated. [inaudible] right about the reality of the union persists. Just because I say I have the skin.

Doesn't change the reality of my water dissect in my body, the heart. This is a different perceptual system and also sees patterns and recognizes differences, right? What it doesn't need to impute separation. It's a connector. It allocates a relationship. It's okay with the differences, right? Doesn't need to separate in its very existence. It's a connecting agent.

It goes out and feels and as it feels, it's feels itself reflected back. My mind will do one thing with this emission, my heart, another. I'm always asking folks to drop the words in the lab. Do you give them an opportunity to dissect what heart right? Because if you're just dissecting with your mind and spotting, identify all the structures that are really just a history of anatomy from the book and have nothing to do actually what's in front of you. You'll cut it up and then it'll look like what might the book, what will you have gotten out of it? What?

What kind of a relationship where you have established for what you're touching. If the heart looks at this with a violence, I say superficial Fascia, I seen deep fascia. I want to cut them apart. If my heart looks at it. It just, it's like what does that, it's like the soft peripheral vision that takes into colors but not having to say their names and he's a softer pound palpation of the world. [inaudible] you see the same shape from one slide to the next is that superficial fashion, the deep passionate right in the pond. It's just water. It's a continuity. The reality of meaning persists. I can see the difference, but I can't. I don't have to acute separation.

I can see this beautiful pattern and I can see the water rushing over the boulder. Here I can see the water rushing over the boulder. Here I could see this beautiful interface, the interference pattern, the combination, the relationship relationship that's formed here. I couldn't appreciate, take that capacity to appreciate that unity. Then I can come back to the body and say that really that Creston Creston that Fascia over the sacred man. Find those same patterns. Then you could take anything apart. I got to feel into what's there.

Feel into what's there. If you went to the movements, they I feel their textures build up different kind of relationship with the body. Then the naming of parts in a parsing of a unity. See, I miss the differences, right? The heart feels, it's like it recognizes itself mirrored in every form. Does the state other cause he's in the south, but the heart until trading right, creeping its way in feeling his way through. It's beautiful. Great. Here are ways going through the grape.

My heart can absorb that and then recognize itself. Doors see the same pattern. Let's see that the grid ways water wash, oh, let's see. This way I come coming in front of top and lifts the grid just like that way we saw cause this my body, this is not my body. What is my body exactly? Ours borders.

It depends on what I'm doing. Am I asking the question with my heart? In my mind it's the moment I put my scalpel or my words to the form to the body, right? I'm telling the story. I'm creating a model and metaphor rising. I am reducing reality. That's okay. It's okay. It's okay. Use models. I'm telling not to use models, not telling you to turn your mind off.

Your mind is the best second lieutenant you could ever hope for. I'm in a great general, but it's an incredible support to the heart. Yeah. The models are meant to be functional, not true. It's really fun to think, okay, the body is an onion. Trees built out of layers and and penetrating branch branches. It's just an idea.

It breaks down the second you start dissecting it and you find that every layer is 10 layers and you find that the layers themselves are sort of confusing when you actually try and get them all part because there is no apart except when they can be produced by my knife. So the model breaks down in the moment and your employer, whether it's an anatomy, trains, Lauer who or a layers model or whatever it is, you're going to find that the poster you get to what's there, the less than model words and that's okay. We got to talk to each other. So, okay. Use your models, collect them, collect them, right? Stick to one, get 10 miles going on at the same time. Don't believe any of them. [inaudible] right? They're meant to be functional, not true. I can employ that model of muscles attached.

Well, I could at their hands, oranges, insertions and I can turn Mr got buy into Arnold Schwarzenegger or the anatomical charts model and of kind of fun. I did that. It was awesome. I learned so much by walking a mile in the moccasins of the anatomists who would cut before me were really instructive to get a sense of what they found compelling about their method of dissection. Not just sticking around this argument from my one way of doing things. I love teaching my class book if no one ever does what I tell them to, and I learned so much by not repeating the same thing over and over again, but by witnessing in a hundreds and hundreds of different ways how you can work with the same thing.

Come up with something quite different and each time you see more and more and more and increases your death. Here are my words, cutting up the body before DVDs. Awesome. Great Book. Right? So my scalpel or my words, they create inferior and superior, anterior, posterior. What happens? So why? If I say you and me, I'm not so convinced anymore. I say us.

I don't know. I'm not buying it. I bought, I bought the thing about the sell side. I bought that, I want looking for it and it didn't show up in the body. Reality bumped up against my model. I had changed my model. Right? And once I see what was one subtle to me, those membranes not so subtle anymore. Now they're in my face. I can't not see them. It is rendered me incredibly suspicious of this space that we're doing.

A helping hand it feeling kind of thick, not so subtle, full of feeling and connection and imagine separation, imputed by the mind. Just cause it seems like there are differences around here. I don't believe that little red blood cells all up, man. I'm here bumping into all these other people. All these other red blood cells and [inaudible] macrophages, they eat too much and then one low red blood cell works its way out into the web. A straight a capillary hopes it's half. Everyone was rushing past.

Its exquisite. Let me just look over here. Am I dissipated that somehow? What is this I just exploration of this funny thing that fuzz. It's made me reconsider my most basic questions. Philosophical core of my life. Who am I? What is my body? I can't answer it the same way anymore.

I believe now in orders of unity, right? I recognize the unity here and then I see it everywhere. I breathed out. Tree breathes in back and forth. That might not been connection. What does those are? Relationship. There is not other. It's continuous.

Total connection and differential movement. How many bodies to sleep? Cause it's three. Is it one is it one is this one body but this one can I get off of it? I thought little red blood cells. Can they get out of the blood? Can they get off of the earth? Can we get off of it? I snapped right back down to it.

Me Shift my sense of identity. This is earthrise over the moment. Oh, where do I put my knife? Alright, my knife. Can I ask this question? Such and such connected to such and such.

It's a funny question. After awhile, they're practitioners. They send emails, you go, I was working on someone's knee. I started to cough. Her jaw started to pop, and after the session they called me up the next day and they said, this take man, let's go on out of my job for like 10 years. You fixed it. And they asked me to go. Is there a faction connection between the mean and the TMJ and am I took your class? Can you guys set it up and show me?

Yes, yes. There is a connection. Not quite the way you think. It's more many textures. Differential open without separation. Vancouver [inaudible].

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