BioCompass® | Discover the Surprising Connection Handedness and Different Types of Relationships!

BioCompass® | Discover the Surprising Connection Between Handedness and Different Types of Relationships! Must Watch!
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Explore the mind-body connection between relationships and handedness. Discover how trauma manifests based on peer or nurturing relationships.

// D E S C R I P T I O N
In this engaging and thought-provoking transcript, the speaker delves into the fascinating connection between handedness, biocompass, and mind-body relationships. By exploring the significance of handedness in different species such as turtles, bears, and chimps, the speaker highlights how our dominant side of handedness can indicate whether a symptom is related to a peer or nurturing relationship.

Through an interactive exercise, the audience is encouraged to consider their own handedness and how it correlates to physical issues they may be experiencing. By analyzing whether their symptoms align with their dominant side or the non-dominant side, participants can gain insights into the type of relationship the trauma may be linked to.

The speaker emphasizes that in species like sponges and jellyfish where handedness is not relevant, the focus shifts to understanding the dynamic between the individual and the trauma. By visually representing the relationship dynamics with different colored sides and symbols, the speaker provides a clear framework for participants to apply in their own lives.

By prompting the audience to reflect on their own experiences and participate in exercises to solidify their understanding, the speaker effectively engages the audience in a unique exploration of the connection between handedness, biocompass, and mind-body relationships. This transcript serves as a valuable tool for individuals seeking to deepen their understanding of how physical symptoms can be linked to different types of relationships, ultimately leading to a greater awareness of the mind-body connection.

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// C H A P T E R S
00:00:00 – Intro
00:00:25 – The Relevance of Handedness
00:00:51 – Fingers and Handedness
00:01:20 – Dominant Side of Symptoms
00:01:48 – Equal Relationship with Peer
00:02:26 – Different Side Relationship
00:03:13 – Nurturing Relationship
00:03:48 – Importance of Handedness in Turtle, Bear, and Chimp
00:04:27 – Exercise: Peer vs Nurturing Relationship
00:05:14 – Exercise: Peer vs Nurturing Relationship
00:05:54 – Importance of Identifying Peer vs Nurturing Relationship
00:06:18 – Forum Discussion Exercise

// P L A Y L I S T S
Also check out our other video series on BioCompass® presented by Rob van Overbruggen.

// About BioCompass®
BioCompass® is a cutting edge mind-body methodology to work on your healing from physical symtoms. A clear mind-body pathway called BioCompass® where you can follow the steps to find out what themes are underlying your symptoms and disease processes. In the past this was hard to learn with metamedicine, metahealth, biodecoding or the german new medicine. Now with BioCompass it becomes much easier to learn… and free !
This information should be free, and finally is. Start diving into a awesome personal development journey with BioCompass® and hear what the body is telling you for a long time


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