"Without limitation, the neck should turn with a smoothness unequaled by the most perfect man-made mechanism". The head, where all the teleceptors are located - eyes, ears, nostrils, and mouth - turns right and left with almost every movement, attending to changes in the space around us. When the eyes move in the direction of the head’s rotation, the reflected turning of the head over the neck should be gliding and easy. By working with the teleceptors in a mindful way that ignites a renewal of the lost sensitivity of childhood, you, too, can regain mobility and a sense that the head is as if floating over the top of the spine. This is one of the best ways to improve function after even a series of whiplash injuries.