According to The Wheel View of the Human Body, the human body behaves as if there are wheel like structures inside of it at approximately the locations shown in the next picture.
A wheel has been superimposed on each side of the upper body, approximately centered on the shoulder.
Wheels have been superimposed on each part of the lower body, that are approximately centered on the pelvic socket for the leg bone.
The wheels have been sized the way they are in the picture for clarity. The size of the wheels can be much larger, and the approximate center of the wheels can be moved away from the shoulder or pelvis, in order to discuss how the theoretical wheels interact with the actual physical body.
The next picture shows a larger wheel superimposed on the left shoulder.
The larger wheel more accurately cover the parts of the body that are influenced by the wheel like structure centered on the left shoulder.
The next picture shows a large wheel superimposed on the right shoulder.
The larger wheel more accurately cover the parts of the body that are influenced by the wheel like structure centered on the right shoulder.
The following picture,
demonstrates why small wheels were used in the definition picture of The Wheel View of the Human Body.
If the larger wheels are used for the The Wheel View Of The Human Body one of the wheels will obscure the other wheel.
The next picture shows a large wheel that more accurately covers the area of the body influenced by the wheel like structure at the left hip.
And a picture of a large wheel more accurately covering the area of the body influenced by the wheel like structures at the right hip.
The Wheel View of the Human Body can be used for health diagnosis. If an area of the body develops a health problem,
instead of focusing on just that area, the problem area would be compared to the pictures indicating the area of bodily influence of the wheel like structures of The Wheel View Of The Human Body.
If the area with the health problem was found to lie within the boundaries of one of the wheel like structures as in this picture,
then the entire area of the body covered by that wheel,
would be involved in the health problem in some way.
The wheels of The Wheel View of the Human Body are not actual physical constructions. Dissection of a human body would not find physical wheel like structures of any size centered on the hips or shoulders.
The wheels of The Wheel View of the Human Body are formed from what the science of physics calls “forces”. Forces are invisible and can move freely through different types of material. Physics defines a “force” as something that can cause a mass to accelerate. In everyday language, a “force” can be defined as “something that can make an object move”.
The majority of the wheel like sensations centered on the hips and shoulders are the result of wheel shaped patterns of forces that rotate about the shoulders and hips.
The remainder of the wheel like sensations are produced by the areas of the body surrounding the wheel shaped areas reacting to the forces within the wheel shaped areas.
While the sensations of wheels rotating inside of the body can be felt when the body is at rest, the sensations are stronger and easier to feel when the body is moving on two or four limbs.
The wheels of The Wheel View of the Human Body can rotate about their vertical center by some amount. The next picture shows a profile view of the human body with the wheels at shoulder and hip level rotated so they face to the outside of the body.
That picture is then rotated so it is horizontal with the body face down.
The small wheels are replaced with larger wheels in the next picture.
The horizontal human body with those large wheels at the shoulders and hips looks sot of like a car.
That picture is the inspiration for the invention of four wheeled platforms according to Happeh Theory.
According to Happeh Theory, at some time in the past some human being was feeling the rotation of the wheels within his body as he moved, and wondered if he could create a physical device that used wheels to move other things around.
While the wheel like sensations at the shoulders and hips can be experienced by any human body, the sensations will be felt strongly in any human body that is physically strong and in good shape, and especially strongly in human bodies that have been put through certain exercise regimens whose purpose is to strengthen the physical structures within the body that are responsible for the wheel like sensations.
The wheels of The Wheel View Of The Human Body are only some of the wheel like structures that can be found within the human body. As the body of the individual becomes stronger and more aligned, they should begin to experience the same wheel like sensations they feel at the shoulders and hips in other areas of the body.