Syntropy vs. Entropy 


In the cyclical nature of the Universe there are two opposing principals, Entropy and Syntropy. To understand syntropy, it is useful to understand its opposing force, entropy.

The Principle of Entropy has effects that are easy to understand and observe. According to this principle, all organized forms or matter require more energy than those that are less organized. These organized forms will loose order and initial energy, unless they are constantly nourished by energy. Plants need water and sunlight to grow (energy); when that is deprived they start to breakdown. A new car will fall apart unless energy is applied to maintain it, and a business that does not put energy in to maintaining itself will close its doors. As life forms age their systems loose energy becoming less efficient allowing for disease and illness to set in. The tendency of nature, systems, and organisms is to loose energy and become disorganized over time, essentially the law of death is Entropy.

Entropy’s opposing force however, is Syntropy. This Principle is much harder to notice, the best example of which, is life itself. It is the law of order and organization, finality and differentiation, the ability to attract, evolve and bring together ever-increasing complex forms creating something new. A new galaxy forming from the ruins of an older galaxy, building a business, and the bringing together of individual cells to create an organism are all examples of the syntropic nature of the Universe. Consciousness focusing energy to create and maintain a system, the law of life is Syntropy.

In an organism the degree of internal disorganization is entropy, and the level of internal organization is syntropy. The sum of these two quantities represent the level of health of an organism in the present and the transformation potential for the evolution of that system or organism.

As far as health is concerned, the more energy we have available to maintain and balance our various systems, the greater our health benefits will be. But if we are overly stressed , P1110478in chronic pain, mentally or emotionally drained, most of our energy is being used to sustain these negative states. This means much less energy for our healing and growth process. Over time an organism’s system begin to break down, dis-ease sets in and entropic forces overtake the syntropic forces until death occurs.

The holistic healing model integrates the whole person in the healing process: body, emotions, mind and spirit, all of which are different forms of energy. A holistic approach utilizes non-invasive treatments and natural healing techniques to ultimately change the energy associated with disease and dysfunction, bringing balance and a higher degree of homeostasis to the client.

Aside from the practitioner’s treatments, a major aspect of holistic healing is the clients active participation in the process. The outcome is subject to the clients personal desire, intent, and follow-through in their healing process. Self-healing by means of a balanced diet, exercise, adequate rest, and stress release techniques to name a few are imperative for anyone wanting to heal themselves and become more whole.

Syntropy Neuromyofascial Integration is not a distinct technique but rather a fundamental understanding of how the body works and what effects the therapist can have on the whole person through touch, movement, presence and the understanding and knowledge of anatomy.

Using non-invasive gentle techniques the work is based on Myofascial Release Techniques, Neuromuscular Repatterning Movement, Orthobionomy and Passive Positioning (bringing the origin and insertion of the muscles together), Assisted Active Resistance, Craniosacral Therapy, Energy work, Emotional Release, and most importantly Practical Applicable Common Sense. Understanding principles of movement, muscletone, and tissue consistency the treatment is invented in response to the healing stimulus that are happening at the time.

The goals are to facilitate tone change in muscles, induce parasympathetic dominance in the Nervous System (branch of the Autonomic Nervous System responsible for the body’s ability to recuperate and return to a balanced state, known as Homeostasis, after experiencing pain or stress. While the Sympathetic System is also known as the “Fight Or Flight” response, the Parasympathetic is often called “Relax And Renew.” When active, P1110372the Parasympathetic system slows down the heart rate, dilates blood vessels, activates digestion, and stores energy. Unlike the Sympathetic System, the Parasympathetic response does not necessarily perform all these functions at once, but selectively, as needed.), improve the hormone balance in all body fluids, soften and mobilize connective tissue, re-pattern movement based on the principles of our inherent function (existing in someone or something as a permanent and inseparable element, quality or attribute.), and therapist-client communication. Accessing different levels of consciousness associated with energy, allowing it to return the client to a state of wholeness and balance.

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