Practicing the Basic Neurocellular Patterns
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Practicing the Basic Neurocellular Patterns

The Basic Neurological Patterns, or BNP, are potential patterns of movement inherent first in the movement of fluid through the cellular membranes, and then recorded and organized in the nervous system. They exist, both phylogenetically in the animal kingdom and […]

Tara Talks – Reflection: Returning to the Senses
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Tara Talks – Reflection: Returning to the Senses

[music] So the basic teaching here is to really arrive fully and inhabit, and in so doing, we sense this mystery of impermanence and we sense through the form this full aliveness and we sense that formless, that which is […]

Am I Really A Visual Learner?
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Am I Really A Visual Learner?

Have you ever had someone try to explain something to you a dozen times with no luck – but, then, when you see a picture, the idea finally clicks? If that sounds familiar, maybe you might consider yourself a visual […]

Animator Review | Yeagar
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Animator Review | Yeagar

Hey there guys, I’m Turkey, and today things are gonna get pretty spicy, so sit down and buckle up because this gunslinger is loaded! :Intro Music: Welcome to another animator review, which is a series where I look at the […]

Rick And Morty vs. Animator
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Rick And Morty vs. Animator

Where are we Ric Oh? Looks like we’re in the program for animation Morty. Oh my god. We’re drawn Yeah, however as always What do you mean? What never mind? Oh crap don’t move Morty? What is it Rick? If […]

New Little Features in Visual Studio 2019
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New Little Features in Visual Studio 2019

>>On today’s Visual Studio Toolbox, Mads Christensen returns to show us some of his favorite features in Visual Studio 2019. Should we make this a longer, or shorter episode? [MUSIC].>>Hi. Welcome to Visual Studio Toolbox. I’m your host Robert Green […]

1. Introduction, the visual system
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1. Introduction, the visual system

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