Class 1: Morphology* of the Eye Region
*Morphology = physical form of living organisms, structure, and structures of relationships.
Human beings must rotate their heads through the snug pelvic crux during birth, and this can cause multiple torsions, and sometimes lesions, in the many small (partially unossified) bones, membranes, muscles, tendons, and ligaments of the eyes, including certain muscles around the optic nerve. The imprints influence the way a person appears, as well as how a person sees the world.
You will learn to perceive details of faces, and how to distinguish which aspects of their birth created their distinguishing features. You will also learn how to understand the timeline of a person's birth, and which features were created in which order.