To me possibly the most powerful human performance
development method ever recorded in the Northern hemisphere.
Vegetative training represents knowledge that reveals the interaction between the human organism (biology) and life experience (biography) in the broadest sense.
And a method that starts, releasing/transforming –organismic structures –that limits/influences our biological vitality, epigenetic mechanisms and our neuro-physiological foundation for communication, attachment, self-regulation, and emotion.
(Improving the imperfect/lacking contact with basic and spontaneous biologically determined movements(vitality) that characterize the athlete. These contacts may be more or less disturbed, but it is always disturbed)
By releasing/transforming experiences saturated as disturbances in human physiological adaptation systems, (vegetative system) the organism starts, partly through epigenetic mechanisms a deep structural transformation and a rebuilding of brain and body.
The method is an incredibly powerful way of putting the homeostasis/allostasis (performance characteristic) of an organism in movement, to support an in-depth
transformation of its dynamic. One session for about 45 min. Every session will gradually improve all functions of the organism.
Improvement starts centrally in the organism and partly through epigenetic mechanisms spread peripherally to all other biochemical, physiological, somatic, emotional and cognitive processes.
The autonomic nervous system directly controls stem cell proliferation, study shows
Our range of social behavior-life performance and biological vitality is limited by our human physiology, according to the Polyvagal Theory (including the concept of neuroception).
The method is very little talking, no medicines, machines or touch.
For more than 60 years the tradition has rebuilt the human organism. Made it younger, more emphatic, peaceful, fitter and alive.
Since the tradition does not publicize clients development very few know about it.
An organism’s interpretation of and response to signals from its surroundings
Challenges (microbiological, thermal, climatic, chemical, physical, mental, relational etc.) activate evolutionarily conserved sense organs (convex lens). After processing, the signals are transmitted to the central nervous system, immune system, endocrine system, and ANS (the body’s adaptive systems – concave lens) before the body makes a response.
The response will depend on the context in which the stimulus is presented, as well as on the previous experience and development of the organism’s adaptive systems. This means that two individuals with the same genetic make-up (identical twins with identical DNA) may experience a given stimulus differently and also make a different response to it, as a result of experience-conditioned epigenetic processes.
Under a link about findings in epigenetics, psycho-neuro-endocrine-immunology, stress research, and systems biology, that points to an urgent need to update theoretical foundation, organization, and methods of medical science. That experiences are of fundamental importance for the development of our health and life in general. And that medical science (biomedical model of contemporary evidence-based medicine) has ignored/eliminated experiences for hundreds of years.
The above finding has a huge impact on sports medicine/psychology and sports science. Some methods are counter-productive. (adding disturbance and confusion to our adaptive processes of biological vitality)
The physician Prof. Dr.Dr. Christian Schubert is the head of the Laboratory for Psychoneuroimmunology at the University Hospital in Innsbruck. He sees Vegetative training as one example of the paradigm shift in medicine.
I got a new life and a new body with SOV vegetotherapy”, says a patient of Kjell Standal, Bergen, Norway
I’m using the method on top athletes so they can blow away their injuries and old performance maximum.
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Welcome to one example of the new world in injury healing and human performance
Sending You good vibes here from sunny Bayern, Germany.
THE VEGETATIVE SYSTEM – APPROACH
The vegetative system consists of the hormone balance, the immune system, and the autonomous nervous system.
The approach can be considered as a holistic, almost monoistic approach in understanding the human organism, and looks at all the manifestations of the organism as an expression of aspects of the same whole.
Central to this whole is the functionality, of the vegetative system, which is seen as one of the pillars of the organism’s adaptation, and will determine how the organism is able to utilize its growth and self-regulation potential.
All disorders – mental or body- is also a disorder in the vegetative system.
This disorder is essentially a contradiction in the vegetative system, which could not be resolved in a satisfactory way for the individual. Any mental phenomenon has its physical body correlate (answer)
The function of the vegetative system is based on the assimilation of contradictions. Disorders in the vegetative system are unresolved contradictions in the same system. These differences in the vegetative system are reflected in the organism. When the vegetative system is precluded optimal function through this contradiction, this will penetrate into the organism’s organization at all levels
The vegetative system is in a dialectical relation to the entire organism, even to itself. This means that the mirror of the vegetative contradiction in the organism is characterized partly by the organism own compensations to this contradiction seen organismic, but also by the vegetative system’s own compensatory measures
By any mental or somatic disorders in the organism, the restoration of normal vegetative functions will lead to an optimization of the specific organism’s functionality. The organism’s own healing powers spring out from the vegetative system and works through this system on all other biochemical, physiological, somatic, emotional and cognitive processes. Change happens centrally and spreads peripherally in the organism.