Embodiment is the entanglement of mind and body as one, encased within the skin, enveloping the bones, blood, brain and other organs, fluids and tissue. Embodiment includes the elastic ability of the mind to move beyond the boundaries of the skin and for one to send one's presence across distance. It is both inside and out, crossing boundaries of the senses, so that they function separately, entirely outside of the mind, in an elastic sense, but not detached entirely from the body: Brain and skin form a resonating vessel. Technological embodiment is a form of non-corporeality within which virtual connection can be expressed through invisible exchanges of sentiment or through a digital mode of extended mind, through projection or by sending the consciousness through technology as a conduit. So embodiment can be being in the body, and the mind–body integration; and being in the body, virtual technological spaces, and in other modes of consciousness.