The heart’s nervous system contains over 40,000 neurons, and is sufficiently complex that it is referred to by some as its own “little-brain”. This little-brain communicates directly with the medulla in the brain-stem, both sending and receiving signals that have to do with hart rate, hormones, chemicals, and pressure in the heart. These signals help regulate other signals to blood vessels, glands and other organs, but they also “cascade up into the higher centers of the brain, where they may influence perception, decision making and other cognitive processes.”
By Mona Delfino
When we go to a doctor we expect to be told what is wrong with us. We receive a diagnosis and then wonder what we will do about it. It's becoming obvious more and more that drugs are not, and never have been the answer to health. So why do we keep taking them at the advice of a doctor who might not have a clue what the side effects are? We have put our lives in the hands of doctors instead of taking back the power that sits within each of us to discover…if only we trust it.
“To me the greatest challenge has been understanding the illusion of all that we perceive as “reality.” Someday when all of us reach that Galactic Stage of development and awareness, then perhaps all of us will understand the big illusion. Meanwhile, Mona presents you a path that should be exciting …
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