Let’s perceive more to feel more; developmental tasks in the first year of the baby

How do we know what we perceive and feel? How curious are we to explore feeling how we are dealing with a situation and what perception options do we still have because they are given to us in greater breadth than we use?

Starting point

Feeling is not separate from movement. We feel only and only when the slightest shift occurs. We can train ourselves in perceiving the slightest change in the center of gravity caused by the expansion and compression of the lungs during inhalation and exhalation.


The more we perceive carefully and calmly, the more feelings we experience, discover, and can understand. In these directions, people raise their mindfulness, awareness… This is also what Webber-Fehner’s law says.

The thought that we think about in our head is also the fruit of experienced feelings created by the altered mass that we perceive and that we as humans are able to perceive in a wider field than with just the five senses described. Today we know that he felt inappropriately more of these. How much we allow ourselves to open up to an understanding of the wider than the known is interest, will, curiosity, and a sense of security within the individual.

We also construct the spoken word through movement. We need to move from the dilated lungs, thoracic cavity, ribs, to the jaw and tongue.

How we make this shift is the fruit of our experience of experiencing the world. Only this one starts very intensely when we are born.

Perceived path

It is at this point that you can calm down and perceive the curiosity of the tension in your jaws. How does the lower jaw press? Where does the cheekbone drag? Take a minute and clarify how you know where it is pulling or pushing. Up, down, together, apart and other options that are just your combination. How do you feel about this perception?

By focusing on this area, we can perceive important differences in how we operate and in what state we are.
Check out how you can tilt your head to one side and notice how your cheekbone changes its condition. She may be falling or even more distressed, she wants to give in, but maybe something is pulling her back. Watch. Of course, you can stretch it with will, we all know that. Go deeper into the perception of how the situation in you works when you move. Where you can feel the relaxation. Slightly inflate your cheekbones – gently and not maximally, hold the air in your closed mouth, breathe slowly and slowly transfer your head to the other side and observe how and how much you allow your cheekbone, jaw and maybe something else to fall.

Where are your limits, how much do you allow yourself to perceive. How interesting are you, why so much and not more or not less?
Once you begin to observe in this way, you indulge in the process of perception, which in itself begins to regulate. However, if you want to stretch and relax your mind with active work, you can’t and shouldn’t get in touch with the intertwined connection of movement and feeling. It is then a learned movement, which, through repeated repetition, gradually also creates rigidity and habit, which does not allow us to relax and feel ourselves more deeply.

Try it. Where are you leaning? Replay the thought of doing otherwise. How much are you tempted to do differently and differently again and again?

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