THERAPIES, ACTIVITIES, AND THEMES FOR ATTRIBUTES SHARING COMMONALITIES ASSOCIATED WITH HETEROLATERAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
The Animals which are the antecedents of our evolutionary lineage evolved an internal skeletal system organized from a central spine and nervous system. These Animals are aggregated under the heading of Vertebrates. Vertebrates evolved much more complex mechanisms of movement than their ancestors requiring that both sides of the body coordinate their actions into some form of symmetry. Originally this was bilateral symmetry where one side of the body contracts while the other extends (as seen in fish and reptiles like Alligators), but which later evolved into the cross/lateral movement patterns common to Mammals and to us (when we walk we swing one leg and the opposing arm simultaneously). Movements requiring bilateral coordination are collated under the heading of Heterolateral Movement Patterns.
If Heterolateral was indicated from the survey as a primary area of focus these therapeutic interventions will have greater priority:
If Heterolateral was indicated from the survey as a primary area of focus these activities will have a greater therapeutic benefit:
Contextual conversations can have profound therapeutic benefits. If Heterolateral was indicated from the survey as a primary area of focus this section offers contextual parameters for engaging conversationally within these guidelines:
After working with the items in this section for some time, it is recommended to consider adding therapies. activities, and themes from the Conscious Action section to encourage the integration of the increased competency in these automaticities with our conscious, intentional (Neo-Cortical) actions: