09.00-09.20 Mario Kraml D.O. “The role of mental imagery in the palpation of Osteopaths”
09.20-09.45 Q and A Mario Kraml
09.45-10.05 Erik Elferink D.O. “The Observer is the Observed.”
10.05-10.30 Q and A Erik Elferink
11.00-11.20 Speaker C
11.20-11.45 Q and A Speaker C
11.45-12.05 Speaker D
12.05-12.30 Q and A Speaker D
14.00-14.20 Jean Marie Cortoos D.O. “Some aspects of Meaning”
14.20-14.45 Q and A Jean Marie Cortoos
14.45-15.05 Jason Haxton, MA,DO (h.c.) A.T.Still and ‘the Indian look’
15.05-15.30 Q and A Jason Haxton
16.00-17.00 Q and A Fellowship
-Mario Kraml, “The role of mental imagery in the palpation of Osteopaths”
Insights into the results of a literature based and interview supported qualitative study.
-Erik Elferink, “The Observer is the Observed” Jiddu Krishnamurti (1895-1986)
Together we will investigate observation. Observation with complete attention, without time, without thinking, without memory, without habits, without a pattern, with the brain completely still.
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-Speaker D: ........................................................
-Jean-Marie Cortoos, “Some aspects of Meaning”
Reading ‘The Wholeness of Nature’ and ‘Taking Appearance Seriousy’ of Henri Bortoft helped me to understand a little more how both brains can work together and how learning by experiencing brings together the process of observing and the result of observation in one movement.
-Jason Haxton, “A.T. Still and ‘the Indian Look”
Nature comes to Dr. Still when he shuts out the background static of life and personal mind noise! A.T. Still used a phrase – “Taking an
Indian look” at something. Forgetting what you know and just to quietly observe with no thoughts.
-Q and A Fellows:
Theme: “By close observation the philosopher who is endeavoring to acquaint himself with the laws of cause and effect finds upon his voyage as an explorer that Nature acts for wise purposes, and shows as much wisdom in the construction and preparation of all bodies, beings, and worlds as the workings of thosebeings show when in action.” (The Philosophy and Mechanical Principles of Osteopathy, A.T.Still).