Every organ in your body should have a natural INHERENT MOTION, or 'swing set motion' as I call it.
This motion is dictated by how your organ developed in embryo. This 'swing set motion' should naturally move at about 7 cycles per minute.
The organ's inherent motion is how it communicates with the brain. Therefore, if for any reason, such as,
inflammation, injury, disease, surgery, emotion, or adhesions, the organ loses it's motion, disease and dysfunction can follow.
Secondly, your organs need MOBILITY. They need to move as you move in order to allow for full function.
For instance, if your liver is taxed from the alcohol your drank last night or the medication you have been taking,
when you try to rotate your trunk or lift up your right arm, it may be
restricted because the organ is sluggish and thus it's surrounding tissue has tension.