EMOTIONAL ANATOMY KELEMAN PDF

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Keleman begins with a biological primer on the structure and function of cells, exploring how energy and substance move through the body:. Keleman attempts to align body postures with our emotional response to insults and stress, outlining the stages of stress response:. As we face the world we are upright. The soft front of the body is exposed. We are prepared to move out of ourselves into the world or from the world into ourselves.

Insults temporarily invoke the startle reflex; it may be perpetuated as stress. Uprightness and our move toward the world is interrupted. We attempt to preserve our humanity by defending ourselves. We are programmed with the startle reflex, a series of alarm responses lying along a continuum.

The startle reflex begins with the investigative response, followed by assertion, then an annoyance reaction, then anger or avoidance, and, finally, submission and collapse. If the first response alleviates the insult, the event that interrupts us, the organism returns to homeostasis.

If not, the first response can invoke the second, the second lead to the third, and so on. In cases of severe threat, the early stages of startle are by-passed and we jump immediately to a more extreme response. Yet the continuum of startle responses does not necessarily occur in an invariable order; neither are the steps sequential. One or several steps could be by-passed. The emotional organization of the four structures demonstrates how morphology expresses personal experiences and conflicts, how layers and inner tubes are affected, where conflictual contraction occurs, how motility is distorted, what happens to excitation and its currents, and what is the emotional result.

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Emotional Anatomy

Keleman begins with a biological primer on the structure and function of cells, exploring how energy and substance move through the body:. Keleman attempts to align body postures with our emotional response to insults and stress, outlining the stages of stress response:. As we face the world we are upright. The soft front of the body is exposed.

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Emotional Anatomy: The Structure of Experience: An Interview with Stanley Keleman

Stanley wrote his landmark text , Emotional Anatomy: The Structure of Experience , to map the geometry of somatic experience in As founder and director of the Center for Energetic Studies in Berkeley, California today , Stanley developed his therapeutic and educational approach, trademarked as Formative Psychology, based on his methodology and conceptual framework for the life of the body. He has spent the past 50 plus years creating, teaching, researching, writing, presenting. He shared that it was time to bring his seminal text to life in a virtual way. When I was assembling the images for the DVD, my wife died and that delayed everything. He shared his truth with such a gentle tone that in response I felt nudged into a quiet space, a moment of reflection. His life partner passed, and he used his way of being in this life to embody the experience and move forward.

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