Mind, Body, Heart And Soul

When the soul enters the body, it gives life to the human form and creates a conduit for energy to funnel through as a vital life force. This inexplicable energy brings life to the human form through the operation of the brain. The brain is the core of the human body and sustains life. For the human body to stay alive, the brain must remain active. For the brain to stay alive, the soul must inhabit the body as the energetic conduit. How exactly this works is largely unknown.

The energetic soul is reflected physically in human form through the mind, heart and body. Each of these aspects produces thought, emotion, and action to imagine and create in the three-dimensional world. As our operational core, the brain is configured to power these three parts. It clearly shows us we are designed from the inside out to use our mind, body and heart as a tool of creation.

The Triune Brain

Dr Paul D. MacLean developed the Triune Brain Theory in the 1960s. The theory is based on dividing the brain into three distinct regions. His theory suggests the brain evolved through evolution. Regardless of how the brain developed, the most interesting is that each of the three areas powers an aspect of the body, mind and heart connection. These parts of the brain include the following.

  • The reptilian brain (physical/ body) powers the physical body and remains the central brain in cold-blooded animals.
  • The mammalian brain (emotional/ heart) powers the body’s heart and emotions or chemicals. It has developed in mammals such as cats and dogs.
  • The neocortex (thinking/ mind) powers the analytical and thinking mind and is most prominent in human beings.

These three parts are typical in many mammals. What makes humans so unique is the neocortex has developed further in humans than any other known species and provides us with unique capabilities to create.

Learn more… ”Why Is Mind Body Heart And Soul The Real Holy Trinity?”

Reptilian Brain: Physical Body, Perception And Action

The triune brain theory suggests the basal ganglia or reptilian brain was acquired first. The fundamental brain keeps our automatic physical systems functioning and the body alive. It keeps your heart beating, blood pumping, and hair and nails growing. This brain also houses ancient responses to conditions in the external realm that have been learned and programmed into us for generations and thousands of years. When we learn or memorise a physical skill, it is stored here.

The reptilian brain keeps multiple physical systems functioning, which helps moderate the human body’s response to the external environment and conditions. The reptilian brain ultimately serves the following purposes:

  • To keep the physical body and species alive through automatic operation and continuous functioning of multiple systems. These include the circulatory, digestive, endocrine, integumentary, immune, reproductive and respiratory systems.
  • To perceive the external physical world through the five physical senses, which we experience as sensations of sight, sound, smell, taste and touch via the nervous system.
  • To react and respond to the external world through action and behaviour and regulation of the skeletal and muscular systems.

Mammalian Brain: Heart And Emotion

The mammalian brain, limbic brain or mid-brain is the second brain. It can be referred to as the emotional or feeling chemical brain. It regulates and maintains internal body states in response to the external environments and conditions perceived through the five physical senses.

The purpose of the mammalian brain is to help navigate the world and perceive your physical levels of safety and security to focus on changing conditions and creating an improved quality of life.

The reptilian brain perceives the eternal environment as hot or cold or light or dark. It cannot do anything with this information. The mammalian brain transforms the perceived energetic frequency and converts it into a particular emotion of the same frequency. It releases certain chemicals into the body via the endocrine system.

An emotion is a collection of physical sensations and feelings in the body due to particular chemicals released in the brain.

Emotions are an internal representation and experience of an external condition.

The release of certain chemicals will be experienced as a set of internal sensations. We experience anger as an increase in heart rate, blood pressure, breathing, perspiration and body temperature. Anxiety is a racing heart, shallow breathing and a restriction in the chest. Joy, peace or calm is a lowered heart rate and a sense of relaxation.

Each external world experience has a particular vibrational energy and associated chemical or emotional recipe. The mammalian brain stores these recipes and will retrieve them to run again the next time you encounter something of a similar frequency. It is designed to tell you exactly how safe or unsafe your physical body is.

Learn more… ”What Are Emotions And Where Do They Come From?”

Neocortex: Mind And Thought

The neocortex or thinking brain is what makes humans unique from other species. It is the outer shell and, according to Dr MacLean, the last part of the brain to develop. The thinking and reasoning brain allows you to analyse, critique, reflect, rationalise, imagine, and create.

The neocortex takes the information the reptilian brain perceives and processes by the mammalian brain. It converts it into a thought of the same frequency and vibration. It processes and interprets the thought to find meaning and understanding and creates beliefs, memories and ideas.

The neocortex is responsible for processing and creating your perception of reality. Your previous experiences and thoughts about them will influence how you process thoughts and the ideas you imagine. When we express specific actions and behaviours in reaction or response to our thoughts about external conditions, we begin to create our reality in the three-dimensional realm.

Learn more… ”What Are Thoughts And Where Do They Come From?”

What Next?

A human brain is a powerful tool that allows us to align the mind, body, and heart with the soul’s true purpose, needs, and desires.

When we allow the brain to run on autopilot without awareness of our perception or experience, we live in a state of automated reaction. When we slow down and start to become aware of our sensations, emotions, and thoughts, we can control them and choose the thoughts we want to keep or let go of and the emotions we want to repeat or remove. We can consciously respond to our external conditions with clarity and control and change our reality into something that serves us and keeps us safe, calm and happy.

 The human brain is a  powerful tool. The question is, are you going to consciously drive it or allow it to drive you.

The choice is yours…

…Liz Watt