EVOST in space and time… Or how it came to be…


Several people, professionals as well as students, asked us how did you come up with the whole EVOST concept in osteopathy? Well our answer is: 1 plus 1 makes 3. In many ways, EVOST emerges from the combination of a number of ingredients and circumstances. - Max Girardin & Jean-Paul Höppner
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Malaria Osteopathically – another Evost babble


The trigger for this babble was the X °th time having someone asking me before taking a journey to the tropics, “please how do you personally deal with malaria prevention on your Africa travels since all these years?” And of course Jeroen Schippers challenging me about Plasmodium and hippo’s…a long story, that does not really matter right now… Max Girardin
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Mucus membrane stories


I already did the start / advent or appearance story of this one in several other articles, and want to take it further on from there... The readers that are following my babbles and writings, since the beginning, realize, I sincerely hope at least realize ... that all the articles are actually one and should not be looked upon individually: The FORM is one, it is a whole, with many dimensions, and with its hierarchy and chronology as a whole, as also in the lower dimensions... And my babbles highlight just an aspect in Hierarchy or Chronology or dimension of the whole, using the mind zooming tool... Usually a song, a word or expression or question or statement triggers me and of we go. (and these articles are triggers to think or deepen your knowledge not a full course on a subject) The principles at work are the same and only demonstrates emergences as the whole complexifies....but in the end it is and stays whole from the first cell too the whole complex organism with zillion of cell's, tissues and organs... - Max Girardin
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System and environment, a curse for science... and I don't even start on hierarchy and chronology


This little babble of mine was triggered by reading this article on my forlorn mountain while listening to the sounds of despair, memory, love and hope of Amalia Rodrigues with her beautiful voice singing her lamenting Portuguese Fado and by this its very specific mood lingering around while reading … Max Girardin
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