Today has been one of reading and writing. One book was impossible because it was full of grammatical errors that someone failed to check on. Repeated words____ I gave up on it. Wondering what the heck!
But the next book was way more interesting! The book is titled: The Secret language of cells: What biological conversations tell us about the future of medicine and life itself. By Jon Lieffas, it tells us about the “Biological Conversations and the Brain-Body Connection, the Future of Medicine, and Life Itself”____The following review sums it up. “The Secret Language of Cells takes us on an exciting journey into a world where we can visualize elaborate conversations among immune cells, brain cells, gut cells, bacteria, and even viruses. Dr. Lieff gives a wealth of examples for his thesis that this cellular signaling is the basis of life. It is a must-read for anyone seeking to understand modern biology and advanced medical science. It is equally important for those of us who wonder, as I do, how this ubiquitous information transfer in the form of cellular conversations might be related to the emergence of intelligence and consciousness.” (Ray Kurzweil, Inventor, author and futurist)
You never know what you might learn. I look for labels and names of things I can formulate questions about. I am thinking of writing this man to ask if he has any information that will help me. My goal is to learn how the mind works during the creative process. It has to be communicating something like what he is describing. I have read or seen concepts of such information.
We know that meditation aids healing. What we eat can help aid healing. Being happy aids in healing. We know the body communicates with the mind!
One interesting thought from this book is: That they do not know where the mind is other than it is in the brain. Where is its home base? There is a beginning source. As embryos, our bodies knew what to do. This is true of all living things.
I find it interesting that there is research that tells us “the heart is an information processing center that can learn, remember, and act independently of the cranial brain and actually connect and send signals to key brain areas such as the amygdala, thalamus, and hypothalamus, which regulate our perceptions and emotions.” This I want to know more about as well. It seems to say there is something to having a broken heart. Transplant patients have interesting stories about differences in themselves after they have had transplants.
How do our brains work, and how does this heart-brain work.
If we can drink tumas____and heal the body with our thoughts____How does that work? Can an activity we do help us do that? How? Who can help me find these things out?