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Foundations in Craniosacral Biodynamics, Volume One Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy BCST Is Commonly Seen As The Spiritual Approach To Craniosacral Therapy CST In Fact, BCST As Taught By Franklyn Sills, The Pioneer In The Field, Is Quite Different From Conventional CST Biodynamic Work Is Based On The Development Of Perceptual Skills Where The Practitioner Learns To Become Sensitive To Subtle Respiratory Motions Called Primary Respiration And Also To The Power Of Spontaneous Healing Through The Breath Of Life, Which, Sills Asserts, Echoes The Holy Spirit In The Judeo Christian Tradition, Bodhicitta In Buddhism, And The Tai Chi In Taoism, Students Of BCST Learn To Enter A State Of Presence Oriented To The Client S Inherent Ability To Heal.In Foundations In Craniosacral Biodynamics, Sills Offers Students And Practitioners An In Depth, Step By Step Guide To The Development Of Perceptual And Clinical Skills With Specific Clinical Exercises And Explorations To Help Students And Practitioners Learn The Essentials Of A Biodynamic Approach Individual Chapters Cover Such Topics As Holism And Biodynamics Mid Tide, Long Tide, Dynamic Stillness And Stillpoint Process The Motility Of Tissues And The Central Nervous System Transference And The Shadow Shamanistic Resonances And.


About the Author: Franklyn Sills

Franklyn Sills b 1947 is the author of Craniosacral Biodynamics and Polarity Process, and is founder of Karuna Institute in Devon England.With a background in Polarity Therapy and Buddhist studies, Sills attended osteopathic college in England in 1981 1984 In college he learned of the work of W.G Sutherland, DO, and his colleagues, and recognized many contributions of this osteopathic heritag



10 thoughts on “Foundations in Craniosacral Biodynamics, Volume One

  1. says:

    Fantastic Intro to Biodynamic Craniosacral workCurrently studying Craniosacral and I found this book a eye opening resource Great bibliography as well A little difficult to read in places as the subject matter can become delicate but worth every penny Love the chapters on Transference and Trauma.


  2. says:

    Excellent book for anyone interested in Craniosacral Therapy


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