I want to integrate the images of the spiral and the helix as ways to simplify my initiation of movement patterns.
The spiral is a tactile sensation that matches muscles and connective tissue as networks wound around and through bones and organs. The spiral finds its destination and at the same time gathers the breadth and depth of the body shapes.
The spiral clarifies my movement in small areas yet I have to create many spirals at once going in all directions to complete even one movement. I am looking for a simpler image.
The image I am looking for must interconnect information from every area of the body at once. The connections must be instantaneous like the trillions of signals moving through a person. The image must respond to the smallest detailed variation of signals and also give access to a whole person view integrating all systems at once.
This image has emerged as a helix based on the shape of DNA strands. Just a brief review of my experiments with a helix image gives me a basis for further experimentation.
Vertical integration of my entire body is a helix spiraling from foot base, through pelvic floor, through respiratory diaphragm and psoas, through a lifted base connecting solar plexis and T6 vertebra, through the Thorasic inlet, the cranial base, the centrum, and out the fontanels at the top of the head.
The helix naturally has a slow spiraling motion. Any adjustment affects the entire helix. Moving my head side to side affects the helix movement all the way to my feet. I can be aware of Multiple adjustments at once to monitor the constant movement of counterbalancing.
Any small signal I send instantly enters an ongoing network of connections. The helix is a model for sending and receiving signals that are in continual flow. I am no longer only sending signals to a destination but also receiving the feedback and need for adjustments.
The helix image simplifies my sending of signals and my sorting of signals for their results.
Tim Hurst 08/05/17