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Gut at birth has more brain cells than the brain!?

Posted by 64bowtie on September 13, 2005, at 1:18:33


Yep! The neuroscience folks looked closely and found what has been suspected for decades...

Premise: From birth, we save information linked to our feelings... The repository of our feelings, the gut, the viscera...

As adults, age 15 and older (for certain), we store memories most effectively and efficiently as pictures... In order to flavor our motives for this storage, we add a feeling, an emotion, to the storage, the neuroscience folks tell us so...

However, with poor guidance, some of us continue to try storing the memory itself as the feeling... This causes disasterous results since as adults we are no longer wired to remember how a feeling feels... That all went away during our subtle puberty upgrading of faculties and attributes, skills and abilities; a trade off we may have not been properly guided into...

Clock yourself, I have!!! I suffer an injustice, it takes 4 hours for my gut to give me back my sensibilities... Why??? Because I forget to unhook from the feeling level and study my options... I can study my options... I simply and unwisely forget to... So, I uselessly stay 'highjacked' by my bad feelings for up to 4 hours... My expectations that I 'SHOULDN'T' be mistreated 'HIGHJACKS' my sensibilities and I spin in my own juices, for up to 4 hours!!! All those extra brain cells in my gut just keep firing the negative stuff!!!





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