TMM001: The Metastabilian Movement is a creative~discovery awareness~pursuit of the Squiggle Sense of The Complementary Nature, co-founded by artist~painter Drazen Pavlovic and artist~neuroscientist David Engstrøm.

TMM002: The Metastabilian Movement is grounded in the philosophy of complementary pairs as described in J.A Scott Kelso &. David Engstrøm’s book, “The Complementary Nature” (MIT Press, 2006).

TMM003: The Metastabilian Movement is grounded in the science of Coordination Dynamics pioneered by eminent neuroscientist J. A. Scott Kelso.

TMM004: Metastabilian artists explore, employ an express their works via compelling, valuable new information about the human brain~mind.

TMM005: But TMM isn't only an art movement. Awakening~wielding the squiggle sense is a birthright of metastable~complementary sentience, and so is relevant to all field~levels of human interest and endeavor.

TMM006: awareness~pursuit leads to a vast and mostly uncharted frontier for creativity~inspiration, and hails the dawn of a new phase of human understanding, research~development, advancement and appreciation.

(TSS) "Sixth Sense” of The Complementary Nature, to the dynamic ‘yin~yang’ dance of inextricable complementary aspects. It is a modality present in every human nervous system. Ironically, most remain unaware, are ‘blind’ to its existence and crucial role it plays in their daily lives. The ‘Metastabilians’ seek to awaken and engage their Squiggle Sense to wield it in their life pursuits in any field, at any level of interest. Metastable brain~mind perception~action. The Squiggle Sense is a modality of ‘relative phase’—produced by and sensitive to the Coordination Dynamics. The Complementary Nature, the inextricability, complementarity of complementary pairs, the "coordinated dance" of complementary aspects. Once intentionally engaged, awareness of such inextricable dynamic complementarity is the essence of “Eureka moments”. A person that has awakened and engages their squiggle sense to be inspired by, explore, appreciate and intentionally engage the complementary nature of themselves and their world we call Metastabilian."