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Andreja Semolič

Essence of pedokinetika® – pedokinetics inovations

12. 02. 2023 Blog

Innovation is not simply a technical matter of handling rutin, but rather one of understanding how brain patterns tend to wired together in the first years of life antil walking is established by it self. Even if there is delay  and development is slow compare to majority.  Andreja Semolič developed functional approach that interact with brain capacity and use power of brain  connectivity and plasticity.

Creator do not observe disability and do not treat it or cure it. Andreja look how nervous system function at the moment. She understood the origin moving. 
In many years of discovery and study she found out that the key to activate functional connectivity even if there is damage, is in necessary proces of providing activation of rising the origin move.
That is infact the path to function conection.
Andreja Semolič recognized that every nervous system respond to activation through evolution based universe geometry. She is looking how nervous system is searching that origin move which is key to activate brain plasticity.
During first years, the circuits in children’s brains become wired based on experiences. 
An infant’s repeated exposure to origin moves helps  brain build the neural connections that will enable  to learn more.

Early stimulation sets the stage for how children will learn and interact with others throughout life. A child’s experiences, good or bad, influence the wiring of his brain and the connection in his nervous system. Loving interactions with caring adults strongly stimulate a child’s brain, causing synapses to grow and existing connections to get stronger. 
Connections that are used become permanent. If a child receives little stimulation early on, the synapses will not develop, and the brain will make fewer connections.
Stress can become toxic when a child has frequent or prolonged experiences like abuse, neglect or poverty without adult support. 
Examples of tolerable stress include loss of a loved one, illness or injury, or poverty when a caring adult helps the child adapt. Some stresses are also thought of as positive stress, such as when there is a small amount of fear or sadness, or everyday challenges.
When adults are present to support a child’s experiences and help the child’s stress levels come down, stressors may be tolerable. 

In experiences of positive stress, the system can return to a calm state in a relatively short period of time.

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