Due to my fascination of our asymmetrical and lateralized human body, I decided to investigate further into this concept and how it manifests functionally as well as rhythmically throughout our systems. In PRI, we are typically focusing on creating a reciprocal and alternating neuromuscular system. However, our neuromuscular system is connected with all the other systems in our body. There appears to be a coupling between autonomic, central, endocrine, and gastrointestinal systems which, in parallel with our neuromuscular system, are also asymmetrical and rhythmically shifting. “Asymmetry, Lateralization, and Alternating Rhythms of the Human Body” has been broken up into 5 parts describing this phenomenon in addition to the story of how and why our asymmetry came to be. It can also be accessed at on my website where I have written on other various topics that relate to PRI.
CLICK HERE to read Part 1 of “Asymmetry, Lateralization, and Alternating Rhythms of the Human Body.”