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BIDDLE, Isabell

BIDDLE, Isabell
Pages: 23-26
Year 2005
“The following is the last in a series of articles written especially for the Bulletin by Isabell Biddle, in which she has described the concepts and approaches she derived from the work of the great anatomist and philosopher, Swedenborg.Taken together, these articles provide quite a comprehensive view of Swedenborgian anatomy; hence they are of historical and philosophical significance as well as of current anatomical interest. Swedenborg became versed in anatomy in the course of his quest to understand Man. His primary interest (for which he is most widely known) was in the psychological and spiritual functioning of man, but he realized, as these articles indicate, that a highly fruitful way to approach these is through an understanding of man’s structure and physiological functioning.In this article Dr. Biddle explores the topic of whiplash. She provides a few general suggestions of how one might work with someone who has suffered from whiplash, but as in her earlier articles, her major emphasis is on structure: if we can understand what whiplash does to people, she says implicitly, the “undoing” will follow naturally.”Kalen Hamman
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BIDDLE, Isabell
Pages: 30-33
A condensed idea of the brain and its coverings, showing the simple control of soul and body, and how important it is to keep the two properly integrated
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BIDDLE, Isabell
Pages: 20-27
In keeping with her feeling that “every one of these bones should be studied by a person doing manipulative work for their movement in connection with the spine and the sacrum,” Dr. Biddle has provided us with the third article in her series on the anatomy of use.
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BIDDLE, Isabell
Pages: 62-73
The following is the last in a series of articles written specially for the Bulletin by Isabell Biddle, in which she has described the concepts and approaches she derived from the work of the great anatomist and philosopher, Swedenborg.Taken together, these articles provide quite a comprehensive view of Swedenborg an anatomy; hence they are of historical and philosophical significance as well as of current anatomical interest. Swedenborg became versed in anatomy in the course of his quest to understand Man. His primary interest (for which he is most widely known) was in the psychological and spiritual functioning of man, but he realized, as these articles indicate, that a highly fruitful way to approach these is through an understanding of man’s structure and physiological functioning.In this article Dr. Biddle explores the topic of whiplash. She provides a few general suggestions of how one might work with someone who had suffered from whiplash, but as in her earlier articles, her major emphasis is on structure: if we can understand what whiplash does to people, she says implicitly, the “undoing” will follow naturally. (K.H.)
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BIDDLE, Isabell
In keeping with her feeling that “every one of these bones should be studied by a person doing manipulative work for their movement in connection with the spine and the sacrum,” Dr. Biddle has provided us with the third article in her series on the anatomy of use.
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