Audio 2 of 9: Pioneers, The Principle of transcend but Include and Developmental Movement is Introduced.

Mark begins the discussion by introducing the late Bruce Lee as an example of a Pioneer.  A Pioneer is an individual who is exploring new ways of seeing, or new ways of organising information.  They are usually dismissed by conformity, tradition and convention because their way of seeing is unfamiliar.

The principle of transcend but Include is explained where the phenomena of the lower level are the ingredients for transcendence.  Development is Envelopment.

Potential is unmanifest, but can be understood through a lifespan in an individuals directionality.  It is not an arbitrary process.

The Prague School is introduced; Vojta, Lewit, Janda, Kolar and Cumpelik.  Over 50 years of observing infant development and creating a view called Developmental Kinesiology.

The term ‘Lock Down’ is introduced, as well as ‘Frames of Reference’.  Load-based training is discussed in terms of its limitations and effectiveness.

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Introduction to Audio 2: Pioneers, The Principle of transcend but Include and Developmental Movement is Introduced.

Mark begins the discussion by introducing the late Bruce Lee as an example of a Pioneer. A Pioneer is an individual who is exploring new ways of seeing, or new ways of organising information. They are usually dismissed by conformity, tradition and convention because their way of seeing is unfamiliar.

 

The principle of transcend but Include is explained where the phenomena of the lower level are the ingredients for transcendence. Development is Envelopment.

 

Potential is unmanifest, but can be understood through a lifespan in an individuals directionality. It is not an arbitrary process.

 

The Prague School is introduced; Vojta, Lewit, Janda, Kolar and Cumpelik. Over 50 years of observing infant development and creating a view called Developmental Kinesiology.

 

The term ‘Lock Down’ is introduced, as well as ‘Frames of Reference’. Load-based training is discussed in terms of its limitations and effectiveness.

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