Every living system is a system that in contact with the environment impresses in its structure a memory resulting from the interaction between the connective and the environment.
network transforms information into sensations and therefore affects our ability to represent and organize ourselves towards the environment.
So the body is a system that has a memory and these memories written in the structure of the
system itself, so all the fibers and the connective matrix carry within themselves the past interactions with the environment are stored.
The difference between explicit memory that concerns history in relation to lived experiences
and is recalled by an episodic memory the work that is done on the body Palissa the non-visible aspects the experience
What has been the evolution of the anatomical study which analyzes the individual
parts and therefore the organic and muscular structures now the study is instead directed towards a more systematic vision and let's say structural sense the tensile structure was proposed by BUCKMINSTER FULLER, who recognized some Go the role of facilitating
the transmission of forces and in the harmonic organization of the parts of the body perhaps but they change in mind or maintain a shape and the forces can be mechanical but can also depend on which perhaps they are inherent in the life of the individual.
What do we mean by integration integration and the outcome of a path that leads to a new or less static equilibrium both on the purely physical and on the relational level, therefore
all the information we obtain is not strictly linked to the material physical element, but is linked the entire life of the individual, lived both on the cognitive and on the emotional level.
of the BIOENERGORESET allows the individual to increase awareness of the phenomena that occur in the body and of all the forces that pass through the body and therefore in this way this awareness means integrating information that comes from metabolic and
gravitational biochemical processes but they also come from emotional and cognitive factors.