Being sensitive to our bodily responses.
Have you ever intuitively tuned into your gut when in a situation where there may be danger, or a sense of risk?
Well, scientists have finally realised that there is a connection to a gut brain - and of course we have known that there has been a connection to the
heart brain for many years now - when Joseph Chilton Pearce mentioned
it 40 years ago.
Science finally makes the connection.
After many years of seemingly disconnected research, scientists in Australia have pieced together much more of the disparate data on the human body to
realise that embedded deeply with us all, are specific organs of intelligence.
This research has substantiated this gut brain and come out with a process called ‘multiple braining’ and there is quite possibly more of these brains
embedded in the human body.
We have been using our brains for seemingly ages when unknowingly we have been receiving mixed responses because “they have been working incongruently
against each other. - “them as against them” where you get varied signals.
Remember the statement, I had a gut feeling, or I felt it in my gut. Or my heart said Yes and my head said No!
Thus when we bring all three ‘brains’ into alignment - other deeper possibilities come into being.
There is now a two-minute practice that allows us to bring all three ‘m brains’ to align together - where you can have a win win win situation because all brains will be synchronised and working together.
With more research future findings that will probably show that the ‘Vegas nerve’ will be a brain and possibly the 'reproduction system' will have a brain
Plus a learned process to being able to align them further.
So this is a new modality, with plenty of room for far more research so as to develop it a lot further.
The practitioners involved in this new modality have a keenness to really advance this science into assisting the growth of consciousness.
These ‘M braining’ trainers and master trainers - ask this question every day - ‘How can I be the most compassionate, creative, courageous self today?’
Compassionate being related to the heart, creativity, to the brain and courageousness aligns to the gut. Thus by first aligning all brains through a simple
exercise they become far more congruent and intuitively there life processes tend to be more harmonious and successful, due to one’s - ‘mindfulness’.
Too much happening in the outside world.
In today’s world, stress is a major escalating global problem and with it can come addictions - that for many they fall into, thinking that drink and drugs
can give us some sort of temporary relief.
Then there is an increase in ‘screen’ addiction - people staring into screens including pornography and now more drama - plus distractions.
The big one - the lack of self love, especially for the young - they can give out to other people but they unable receive love for themselves
- there is too much self-depreciation to the extent that so many young people are doing self harm to themselves.
In this interview Vivienne tells of the health benefits especially the psychological advantages that can be readily gained, once we become aware of this
There is a lot more in this interview that will instil in you a wider knowing that will assist you in your daily life. Especially leaving you marvelling
as we decode the subtle layers of the human body, in that there is indeed a deeper level of being - yet to be unveiled.
For those of you intuitively living at the frontier of mind body relationships m-braining opens up possibilities that takes us into realms never thought
Vivienne Berry can be contacted at Global Health Clinics on 09 488 0208 or by email.