Reflexive Responses and the rhythmicality of the individual body

1) The human body develops itself in an ontogenetic manner that spontaneously distinguishes one from the others. Thereby, the physical characteristics and psychological traits of the individual are to be varied for becoming and functioning as an independent biological entity.
2) The concept of oneself arises from the distinctiveness initiated by the biological features of the human being. The uniqueness of a person manifests in the continuous sequences of voluntary actions for addressing the requirements in which one’s body involuntarily generates. Furthermore, one’s volitional action can be more specified as the voluntary action, particularly taken on the matter, prioritized over the other perceived needs. Hence, the perceptual and cognitive systems, which process and evaluate intrinsic and extrinsic stimuli, direct one’s volitional actions.
3) Body movements are the central agents that conduct all types of human actions. The various sequences of one’s actions, which recurrently appear, become habituated then turn into the movement patterns that represent one’s unique systems for achieving the optimal balance within oneself in a motoric manner.
4) The physical attributes of the individual body significantly affect the movement mechanism of which regulates itself. That is, the degrees of intensity, speed, frequency, flexibility, and stiffness, which can be used to assess the traits of human movements, are first determined by the physical characteristics of one’s body. Therefore, the organization of those elements of the own body generates a distinctive rhythmicality of its own.

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