Gravity and Movement - How the Human Body Functions in Gravity and in Space.


Gravity is a force that we interact with. To interact with gravity, we oppose gravity using rotational movements."  - Michelle Turner 


In the book 'You Can't Get to Mars Without Me! The Rules of Gravity,' I discuss 21 new rules of biological gravity.

In this book, you will learn three important aspects of gravity.

  1. What gravity is to us as living beings.
  2. How we format gravity within our systems.
  3. What happens when gravity fails us.

Many people think that gravity is a pulling force. That is not how we use gravity.

Gravity is a force that we interact with, and to interact with gravity, we oppose gravity using rotational movements.

Most people of science, again, think gravity is just rotating around an axis point, which is what happens with inanimate objects.

It is different for living organisms. 

Now, we will specifically talk about the human body.

There are no linear parts of movement within the human body, which means it should be able to move from any point on the body, around its system, or within its system.

We are built for internal movement, which is done with rotation.

This rotation is first experienced during natural childbirth.

With rotation initiated, a child starts developing their transitioning milestones, which later turns into the manifestation of developmental milestones. 

Transitional milestones are the movements that allow us to get in and out of developmental movement patterns. 

A simplified example is walking. Walking gets you in and out of standing. This makes standing a functional movement when the transitional skill (walking) is present.

Functional movements are possible for those who can oppose gravity. To oppose gravity, one must have rotational movements. 

Gravity is only pulling down when rotational movement is not present within a system.

When that happens, a living organism starts to succumb to gravity and dies.

This is what we would call system failure as the body is unable to sustain life under the pressure of gravity. 

That is where Movement Lesson™ comes into play. This method is about teaching a body, anybody, how to rotate through gravity and live. 

Special needs children and many of the elderly live in a state of succumbing to gravity. Their bodies have never been able to rotate properly or have stopped rotating. Thus they are succumbing to gravity. 

It is the same for astronauts traveling to and living in space. Without gravity, there are no rotational movements in the body, and without rotational movements in the body, the body starts to fail.

This system failure is seen when an astronaut returns to earth and cannot perform functional movements independently.

They may be able to stand and walk, but they cannot do those movements without support. 

They have to learn how to move all over again, and with Movement Lesson™, they could learn it faster and better. 

In space, without gravity to move in, the body is being ripped apart because it goes into a womblike environment of expansion versus an oppositional gravity environment.   

So the common denominator between special needs, those failing in age, and astronauts, is a lack of rotational movement.

When there are no rotational movements, the body succumbs to gravity instead of moving through gravity. 

When a system fails in gravity, the current solution is to make the body stronger than gravity.

Most think that muscles make movement so therapists focus on muscle-based functions instead of teaching the body how to rotate again.

In actuality, muscles respond to movement instead of creating a movement. 

Movement is more than muscle input.

First, the skeletal system must respond and counter, putting what is called "weight transfer" into the system. Once this is established, then the body can go into load-lift variations that require muscle strength.

To learn more about:

  • What gravity is to us as living beings,
  • How we format gravity within our systems,
  • What happens when gravity fails us,

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