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Understanding Soma

differentiation understanding of being separate
to be is to experience existence or life, proprioceptive response, differentiation
objective reality physically occurring factual record that conforms to universally accepted principles
existence the fact or state of living in or having objective reality
perception of reality processed by the brain and body through stimuli in our environment
primary structures involved in perception of reality brain, nervous system, sensory organs, proprioceptive responses
proprioception to experience and understand where our limbs are positionally in space through receptors throughout our body (conscious and unconscious)
interoception process of being aware of your body states and your emotional states.
exteroception how your senses provide information about your external environment
3 domains of perception proprioception, interoception, exteroception
the 3 domains work together to help a human being understand their outer world, inner world and their physicality
interoception is key to emotional regulation
SOMA evolved to mean the body living in its wholeness (greek)
The sensory system is made up of sensory neurons sensory receptor cells neural pathways
central nervous system the brain and spinal cord
peripheral nervous system the somatic and autonomic nervous system
memory is reactivation of a group of neurons generated from persistent inputs and the process by which information is encoded, stored, and retrieved
synaptic plasticity is the ability of neurons to alter the strength of their connections which facilitates brain network development and reorganization
nervous system dysregulation imbalance between the parasympathetic and sympathetic nervous systems
dysregulation occurs when someone doesn’t know how to self-regulate and has not built up enough emotional resilience to see the possible error
fascia interconnected web that is able to communicate and transmit subtle information throughout the body
Created by: annamarie0810
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