That exists with us
And around us
Where angels sing on rays of light
On rays of light
And love pours forth
Love pours forth
Love pours forth…
From the heart of the universe
The heart knows.
Dr. Armour, in 1991, discovered that the heart has its “little brain” or “intrinsic cardiac nervous system.” This “heart brain” is composed of approximately 40,000 neurons that are alike neurons in the brain, meaning that the heart has its own nervous system. In addition, the heart communicates with the brain in many methods: neurologically, biochemically, biophysically, and energetically. The vagus nerve, which is 80% afferent, carries information from the heart and other internal organs to the brain. Signals from the “heart brain” redirect to the medulla, hypothalamus, thalamus, and amygdala and the cerebral cortex. Thus, the heart sends more signals to the brain than vice versa. Research has demonstrated that pain perception is modulated by neural pathways and methods targeting the heart such as vagus nerve stimulation and heart-rhythm coherence feedback techniques. The heart is not just a pump. It has its neural network or “little brain.” The methods targeting the heart modulate pain regions in the brain. These methods seem to modulate the key changes that occur in the brain regions and are involved in the cognitive and emotional factors of pain. Thus, the heart is probably a key moderator of pain.
And it also has memory.
From Sites.edu :
The theory of cellular memories states that memories, as well as personality traits, are not only stored in the brain but may also be stored in organs such as the heart. In 2009 Harvard Medical School defined cellular memories as “a sustained cellular response to a transient stimulus.” Basically, when a cell is introduced to a specific stimulus it will react in a certain way and every time it is given this stimulus it will have the same response. The best way to understand cellular memories is studying cases of organ transplants. One of the more famous cases includes a woman named Claire Sylvia. In the 70s this woman received a heart and lung transplant from an 18-year- old boy who died in a motorcycle accident. After her surgery Sylvia had cravings she never had before like beer and burgers. After some time, she contacted the family of her donor and was in shock that he enjoyed the same foods.
What if the brain and senses and memory are talking absolute garbage ?
All the world’s a stage and which story would you prefer. Do you want a reality with death and pain and war and disease and the rest of it ? In more than a sense it’s a choice or a wish. Changing the coding. If you see death or disease or poverty or fear or hate or whatever it’s not real. It’s a denial of reality. IMO.
And the media.
Robert Peston – BBC financial journalist.
David Tennant – actor.
Frances Haugen – Facebook whistleblower.
Hannah Thomas Peter – Sky News correspondent. Described as Climate or Metalic Change correspondent.
The Green Screen.
What Is REM Sleep?
Usually, REM sleep happens 90 minutes after you fall asleep. The first period of REM typically lasts 10 minutes. Each of your later REM stages gets longer, and the final one may last up to an hour. Your heart rate and breathing quickens.
You can have intense dreams during REM sleep, since your brain is more active. REM is important because it stimulates the areas of the brain that help with learning and is associated with increased production of proteins.
And Vesica Piscis is on repeat for me at present. ‘Two drifters off to see the world’.