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Revolutionary Bio-Systems




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Revolutionary Bio-Systems

1. Neuro-motor reflexes: foundation of development

2. Acu-meridians: the true mind-body connection

3. Functional neuro-circuits: e.g. for memory, social interaction, physical balance

4. Biology of emotions: the neuro-physiology of fear and shame

5. DNA: bio-photons, epigenetic expression, the mind-brain-gene dialogue


The Acupuncture System and The Liquid Crystalline Collagen Fibres of the Connective Tissues
Liquid Crystalline Meridians

Mae-Wan Ho (Ph.D.)Bioelectrodynamics Laboratory,


Open University, Walton Hall, Milton Keynes, MK7 6AA, U.K.
David P. Knight (Ph.D.) Dept. of Biological Sciences,
King Alfred's College, Winchester SO22 4NR, U.K.
American Journal of Complementary Medicine (in press)


Abstract: We propose that the acupuncture system and the DC body field detected by Western scientists both inhere in the continuum of liquid crystalline collagen fibres that make up the bulk of the connective tissues. Bound water layers on the collagen fibres provide proton conduction pathways for rapid intercommunication throughout the body, enabling the organism to function as a coherent whole. This liquid crystalline continuum mediates hyperreactivity to allergens and the body's responsiveness to different forms of subtle energy medicine. It constitutes a "body consciousness" working in tandem with the "brain consciousness" of the nervous system. We review supporting evidence from biochemistry, cell biology, biophysics and neurophysiology, and suggest experiments to test our hypothesis.


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J Integr Med. 2018 Jan;16(1):26-33. doi: 10.1016/j.joim.2017.12.002. Epub 2017 Dec 11.

Brain functional connectivity network studies of acupuncture: a systematic review on resting-state fMRI.

Neuro-Motor Reflexes

The primary reflexes should be in place in the human body from conception. The reflexes emerge at different periods of the brain development. As they are integrated they give rise to more mature neurological functions. When these reflexes are not integrated, they yield inefficiencies in motor control, eye-hand coordination, sensory perception, emotional behaviour, attention, and/or higher cognitive abilities.

Neurodevelopmental Reflexes or Primary Reflexes

Read more on this in "Primary Reflexes and Their Influence on Behaviour"

Read the Moro Reflex and Attention Researdh Proposal

Suzanne Day, Neurotherapist




Clinical Applications of the Polyvagal Theory: The Emergence of Polyvagal-Informed Therapies (Norton Series on Interpersonal Neurobiology) 1st Edition

by Stephen W. Porges (Author), Deb A. Dana (Author)

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psycho-neuro-biology of emotions

This SRT practice helps to explain some of the phenomena we address in our programs.


Self-Regulation Therapy (SRT) is a body based treatment that exploits the innate ability of sub-cortical brain structures to regulate arousal (Josephs & Zettl, 2001)*. Useful in the treatment of post trauma symptoms such as anxiety, panic, rage, hypervigilance, and dissociation, it is best described for its effectiveness in working with autonomic nervous system dysregulation.

Both cognitive and affect regulation are essential components of SRT. However, it is the addition of the somatosensory elements whereby SRT provides relief from the somatic symptoms of dysregulation. Its formulation builds from a growing body of evidence that directly links neurobiology to psychological processes.

Mind-Brain-Gene Dialogue - applied epigenetics


Quantitative Biology > Other Quantitative Biology

From "Biophotons, The Human Body Emits, Communicates with, and is Made from Light"

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"Apparently biophotons are used by the cells of many living organisms to communicate, which facilitates energy/information transfer that is several orders of magnitude faster than chemical diffusion. According to a 2010 study, "Cell to cell communication by biophotons have been demonstrated in plants, bacteria, animal neutriophil granulocytes and kidney cells."[9] Researchers were able to demonstrate that "...different spectral light stimulation (infrared, red, yellow, blue, green and white) at one end of the spinal sensory or motor nerve roots resulted in a significant increase in the biophotonic activity at the other end." Researchers interpreted their finding to suggest that "...light stimulation can generate b

iophotons that conduct along the neural fibers, probably as neural communication signals."


Photonic Communications and Information Encoding in Biological Systems

S.N. Mayburov

(Submitted on 18 May 2012)

The structure of optical radiation emitted by the samples of loach fish eggs is studied. It was found earlier that such radiation perform the communications between distant samples, which result in the synchronization of their development. The photon radiation in form of short quasi-periodic bursts was observed for fish and frog eggs, hence the communication mechanism can be similar to the exchange of binary encoded data in the computer nets via the noisy channels. The data analysis of fish egg radiation demonstrates that in this case the information encoding is similar to the digit to time analogue algorithm.


Experimental results show that under the different stress conditions the photon rates from bio-system can rise in short time significantly, probably, as the consequence of intensive internal signaling.

Read the paper here.




Clinical Applications of the Polyvagal Theory: The Emergence of Polyvagal-Informed Therapies (Norton Series on Interpersonal Neurobiology) 1st Edition

by Stephen W. Porges (Author), Deb A. Dana (Author)

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Summary of Systems Thinking Rules: D,S,R, & P



               Individuals make distinctions when they identify any thing or idea, which creates a boundary that separates that thing from what it is not. The distinction rule is comprised of two interdependent elements, the identity and the other. “Identity” is the thing or idea that is being focused upon, while the “other” is whatever is not being subject to focus (i.e., all else). One’s cognition is improved through the identification and elimination of redundancy and heightened awareness of the perspectives implicit in all boundary-making. Note that when distinctions are made unconsciously, individuals remain unconscious of perspectives and the potential consequences of marginalizing the other.


               This rule states that any idea/thing can be broken into parts or grouped into a whole—making use of the concept of reductionism and holism simultaneously. Systems are made up of part and whole. We become mindful that a whole can be broken into parts, which can also represent a different whole, which is made up of even smaller parts, and so on.


               The relationships rule states that an idea/thing can relate to any other idea/thing. The necessary interdependent elements for this rule are action and reaction, or cause and effect. Determining causality plays a large role in problem solving and can become oversimplified when unconsciously creating relationships. By being aware of the relationships we form, we emphasize webs of causality which reflect the complexity of the real world. Once an action and a reaction have been identified, their relationship must be defined. Many relationships are influential yet somewhat obscured within a system, making the relationships rule critical to systems thinking and DSRP problem solving.


               Any idea or thing can be the point or the view of a perspective—this is the perspectives rule and it consists of two elements: point and view. A point is the idea/thing that is looking or focusing, while a view is the idea/thing that is being looked at or focused upon. In order to apply the perspectives rule in earnest, we must first acknowledge the fact that the reality we perceive is really just one way of framing information (i.e., a mental model). In fact, perspectives are embedded in every distinction, system, and relationship we identify. When it comes to problem solving, being able to identify perspectives and then consider alternative ones is a tremendous advantage for understanding and solving complex problems. When we change the way we look at issues, the issues we look at change.

Martin Seligman, Authentic Happiness


Mental Fitness


Conceptualizing and Measuring Mental Fitness a Dissertation:

"The preliminary findings suggest that the concept and model of mental fitness can provide a new and positive approach to the language and measurement of positive mental health aligned to the physical fitness analogy. This can create a broader understanding that, as in physical fitness, mental fitness requires the practice of intentional activities to create positive habits of mind that lead to higher levels of well- being , optimal functioning and quality of life outcomes."





Shearer, B. Multiple Intelligences in Teaching and Education: Lessons Learned from Neuroscience. Journal of Intelligence.2018, 6, 38.


Multiple Intelligences

Multiple intelligences theory, on the other hand, pluralizes the traditional concept. An intelligence is a computational capacity—a capacity to process a certain kind of information—that is founded on human biology and human psychology. Humans have certain kinds of intelligences, whereas rats, birds, and computers foreground other kinds of computational capacities. An intelligence entails the ability to solve problems or fashion products that are of consequence in a particular cultural setting or community. The problem-solving skill allows one to approach a situation in which a goal is to be obtained and to locate the appropriate route to that goal. The creation of a cultural product allows one to capture and transmit knowledge or to express one's conclusions, beliefs, or feelings. The problems to be solved range from creating an end for a story to anticipating a mating move in chess to repairing a quilt. Products range from scientific theories to musical compositions to successful political campaigns. 



Gardner’s Eight Intelligences.


1  Linguistic

An ability to analyze information and create pr oducts involving oral and written language such as speeches, books and memos.


2  Logical-Mathematical

An ability to develop equations and proofs, make calculations, and solve abstract problems.


3  Spatial

An ability to recognize and manipulate large-scale and fine-grained spatial images.


4  Musical

An ability to produce, remember, and make meaning of different patterns of sound.


5  Naturalist

An ability to identify and distinguish among different types of plants, animals, and weather formations th at are found in the natural world.


6  Bodily-Kinesthetic

An ability to use one’s own body to create products or solve problems.


7  Interpersonal

An ability to recognize and understand other people’s moods, desires, motivations, and intentions


8  Intrapersonal

An ability to recognize and understand his or her own moods, desires, motivations, and intentions



harvard study of toxic stress


Simon Game







Read "Bio-Photons, The Light in our Cells" here.

Health and Wellness Technology


Can Neurofeedback Help with Autism Spectrum Disorder?

"Neurofeedback is an effective, drug-free, painless procedure in which the child [adult] learns to re-train the attention mechanisms of their brain, alleviating the condition," states Dr. Stephen Ferrari in a 2012 article/ study.

Neurofeedback training has been used by hundreds of clinicians to help thousands of children on the autistic spectrum from Asperger’s to full-blown autism. Several research studies have also been published to support these efforts.


Se a description in About Neurofeedback here.