My Elbert: Part I Nurture Their Nature

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Part I Nurture Their Nature

1 – Written BY Tricia Cook, MEd., RSP, AOG;

As far as learning is concerned…My own inductive reasoning, logic of evaluation, outside-of-the box problem-solving skills, detective sense contributed to my own gift of dyslexia, gift of knowledge and wisdom (discernment), countless hours of student observations, philosophy including ontology and (w)holism, neuroscientific, neuropsychology, educational research, and studies along with my perpetual care for children.

MY ELBERT: EVERYONE LEARNS BETTER EMBRACING REVOLUTIONARY TEACHING IS The first Specialized Online Coaching Curriculum.  I’ve spent the last 20 years perfecting an alternative, holistic approach to correcting learning differences, including, but not limited to, Dyslexia and Neurodevelopmental differences (view  the “why” behind  My Elbert below …view program HERE).


After twenty-five years of being in education, I provide tutoring, consulting, and coaching on dyslexia and other neurodevelopmental differences. Over the last 15 years, I’ve observed an increasing amount  of affective,  behavioral, sensorial, cognitive, physical, mental, and spiritual  difficulties and differences along with an increased number of children being medicated, misdiagnosed, or going undiagnosed; Therefore, I have developed a neuropedagogy that includes my observations and evaluations that looks at the “whole person” using empirical science and holistic wisdom. Where learning is concerned, the “whole person” is important because people are different and so many learn differently. My neuropedgogy allows neuroscience, psychology, and education to come into an authentic practice. It really looks at how we all process information differently in space and interconnected time; in brief, we are all wired with dissimilarity for which each neural pathway is connected differently to process the same information that we all can receive. My current practice is a holistic approach to discovery of inner-being, spiritual-growth, and aims to learn how to stimulate new zones of the brain, and increase self-directed neuroplasticity, and create connections (neuropathways) for learning to be successful. Furthermore, it is targeted at naturally stimulating the brains of all types of learners, not only those with students who have learning disabilities.


The Problem: We are seeing children/adults digress with gulf-sized disconnect and low self-esteem. Each child/adult is multidimensional and ALL our systems and senses need to function equalized, activated, and balanced for learning to take place. The triune brain which is the neomammalian complex (RAS- aka neocortex), midbrain (pons- aka limbic system), and forebrain (thymus aka reptilian) is working on a downward function, which makes learning chaotic in the mind. People are using their mental and emotional bodies to learn, not their etherical body (etheric).


The Solution: When using the etherical body, ALL our faculties, systems, and senses will function equalized, activated, and balanced. The triune brain needs to be working in an upward function (no longer perform in a protective function). With a functional upward system, the child [or adult] can trust themselves and their gifts and learning uniquenesses through spiritual mindset with self-directed neuroplasticity through ABC’s and gain God awareness (eventually unity) through PYAM Daily. They’re offered the freedom arising from conditions within the brain, senses, or sense organs and not directly caused not by external stimuli but the knowing with-in themselves which is patience for understanding and trusting in their subjective, divergent mind.


What is a Subjective Mind? Subjective  mind, which wants to comprehend the world by self realization, consciousness and is open to different interpretations of same objects viewed through different lenses. [Retrieved from].

What is Self Realization?  How can we achieve this state of Being for ourselves? Self  Realization is a term that is becoming increasingly more widely used.   In many ways it is an obscure term, and its meaning is not immediately  apparent.  For many it is a term that means the same as ‘Enlightenment’ –  a word which is similarly something difficult to determine.  However  the term ‘Self Realization’ is more useful as it actually refers to a  very specific stage in the journey of awakening that Ramana Maharshi and  others described. [Retrieved from].

What  Is Conscience? Billy Graham’s Daily Devotion Nov 09, 2021 Having a good conscience . . .  –1 Peter 3:16  What is conscience? God has put within each one of us something that  cries aloud against us, whenever we do that which we know to be wrong.  Conscience is the detective that watches the direction of our steps and  decries every conscious transgression. Conscience is a vigilant eye  before which each imagination, thought, and act, is held up for either  censure or approval. I believe there is no greater argument for the  existence of God in the world today than conscience. There is no greater  proof of the existence of a moral law and Lawgiver in the universe than  this little light of the soul. It is God’s voice to the inner man.  Conscience is our wisest counselor and teacher, our most faithful and  most patient friend.


My motivation is to  inform schools, organizations, and their families, who consider  themselves weak or weary with challenges of nerurodiversity and learning  uniquenesses, by implementing and working with teachers, specialist,  and families through social media, courses/speaking engagements, book  sales, coaching/consulting, and outreach all with my internationally recognized program! As well as, I would like to share a little about myself and how I can help you by consulting and/or training! I have dyslexia and struggled with anger/shame due to LD (view My Story Of Dyslexia: HERE); My neuropedagogy is based on the following: my own  inductive and divergent reasoning (self-actualization and consciousness), logic of evaluation because my deficit in language and early development in  visual-spacial outside-of-the box  problem-solving skills, detective sense contributed to my own gift of  dyslexia, gift of knowledge and wisdom (discernment), countless hours of  student observations, philosophy including ontology and (w)holism,  neuroscientific, neuropsychology, educational research, and studies  along with my perpetual care for children.


I am also searching to tell my story/testimony of dyslexia by coaching, training and consulting opportunities by inform schools, organizations, and their families.  I’m also interested in connecting  with professionals all over the world with common interests related to  alternative and holistic education such as: explicit instruction,  neurodiversity awareness, emotional agility, epigenetics, neuropedagogy, self-directed  neuroplasticity, literacy tutoring, learning differences, positive  mindset and positive learning environments. This deep desire for change in education on a global level has prompted me to share more about my reasoning for My ELBERT program.  Again, what I’m presenting to you  guys in this program with an ‘alternative perspective’ not a typical one, because I’ve definitely have a divergent mind not a typical one personally. I’m not  your traditional academia type educator (even though my extensive resume  says otherwise- see HERE)  in the least due to my experiences with growing up neurodifference, eventually, had taught me to train and trust mind, body, spirit connection to optimize learning.  So  please do not hesitate to contact me. I’m online but willing to travel.

In my experience, everyone Who Excels In Learning Has Developed A Unique Sense Of Trust In Themselves, Their Gifts, & How They Process Information!! -Tricia Cook

Again, speaking of the “whole person”- we know epigenetics relating to learning influences of intergenerational anger and shame have the ability of being healed and determines which genes will be expressed and how their own systems will function. The main goal is to heal our very own DNA holistically through exercises and activities which block or ease the production of specific inflammatory proteins (toxicity) excreted by the gut-brain axis, decreasing biochemical reactions that happen between the Pineal, Pituitary, Adrenal & Carotid Glands along with by activating and aligning the Thymus (via vagus nerve chakra) and Pons, RAS & ACC/HPA (energy centers-wheels- alta major and soma chakras) causing decrease in deficiencies while regulating our own biofields (including electromagnetic fields). This is the divine stamp where you are regulated and experiencing harmony, honor, wisdom, and becoming devoted to your purpose including but not limited to:  love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. Against such things there is no law. ‘  Galatians 5:22-23


You need to, again, speaking of the “whole child”- you need to examine  every aspect of their learning, not just the end goal or result which is  literacy and their appropriate learning behavior. Anonymous author, “DNA works by way of the same principles as the mind and neurons of the brain and body.” Ways to look at neurodifferences holistically: observe and take observational notes on the child…50% Nature- 50% Nurture for which you will read here all about, and I focus on epigenetics, self-directed neuroplasticity, and neuropedgagogy. What Is Epigenetics? Epigenetics is the study of how your behaviors and environment can cause changes that affect the way your genes work.  Unlike genetic changes, epigenetic changes are reversible and do not  change your DNA sequence, but they can change how your body reads a DNA  sequence or even “silences” certain genes. [Retrieved from The Answer to the Nature vs. Nurture Debate.” Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University, 30 Oct. 2020,;;].

What is Genetic Treatment?

With epigenetics, we need to discover how  to improve thymic hormone function and cell health including cell-mediated immunity that reduces anxiety with increased self-directed neuroplasticity (adaptability of cells). -Tricia Cook

Epigenetics comes to Life:  Neurodevelopmental disorders (NDDs) encompass a broad group of  conditions characterized by alterations in the development of the  central nervous system (CNS), resulting in varying degrees of cognitive  and/or behavioral symptoms. Several conditions are grouped under the  diagnosis of NDD, including intellectual disability (ID), learning  disorders, communication disorders, motor disorders, attention deficit  hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), autism spectrum condition (ASC), epileptic  encephalopathies (EE), and schizophrenia (SZ) [1, 2]. In the “Journal Nature Neuroscience”: Intelligence ‘Networks’ Discovered In Brain For The First Time, 2015-“Remarkably, they found that some of the same genes [M1 & M3] HERE that influence human  intelligence in healthy people were also the same genes that cause  impaired cognitive ability and epilepsy when mutated.” “Also, studies show that autistic people have a 20% risk of having epilepsy and that  people with epilepsy have a 20% chance of being autistic. The reason for  this may be that the effects of epilepsy and autism spectrum condition (ASC) on brain structure and  function overlap. Chromosome 12-GRIN2B The NMDA receptors mediate a slow -permeable component of excitatory synaptic transmission in the central nervous system. The early expression of this gene in development suggests a role in brain development, circuit formation, synaptic plasticity, and cellular migration and differentiation. Naturally occurring mutations within this gene are associated with neurodevelopmental disorders including autism spectrum condition, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, epilepsy, and schizophrenia.  Autism spectrum condition (ASC) and dyslexia are both neurodevelopmental  disorders with high prevalence in children. These two disorders share common genetic risks remain elusive. DOCK4  (dedicator for cytokinesis 4), a guanine nucleotide exchange factor  (GEF) for the small GTPase Rac1, is one of few genes that are associated  with both  autism spectrum condition (ASC) and dyslexia. Dock4 is important for neuronal development  and social behaviors [Retrieved from]


What is the Interoceptive System? Having trouble with this sense can also make self-regulation a challenge because of physiological processes related to affective feeling. The interoceptive system [also] has special nerve receptors which are  located throughout our bodies including internal organs, bones, muscles,  and skin. These receptors send information to the brain. The brain interprets this information and uses it to tell us how we feel. The  interoceptive system helps our bodies stay in a state of optimal  balance, which is known as homeostasis. [Retrieved from].  Especially, it’s hard for those with Interoceptive Discrimination Disorder (IDD), which is a form of Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD), it is very difficult to distinguish internal feelings from external ones. [Retrieved from].


Note: A study found  impaired functional connectivity and autistic-like behaviors in CX3CR1−/− mice lacking responsive microglia (Zhan and others 2014),  for example, though this could be due to two reasons: a transient  decreased microglial density in postnatal development, or the  fractalkine signaling pathway being responsible for the tagging of synapses.

The Fractalkine/CX3CR1 System Regulates β Cell Function and Insulin Secretion

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Researchers at Gladstone Institute, have found that calm reduces levels of the protein tau, which is  known for its role in Alzheimer’s disease and other neurodegenerative  conditions, changes excitatory and inhibitory cells in ways that make it  harder for the brain to burst with overexcitation. It also promotes the maintain balance in the brain. Previously they showed in mouse models that reducing tau levels makes the brain more resistant to epilepsy of diverse causes. [Retrieved form].


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Cell–cell interactions (CCIs) are physical interactions  between two or more  cells, which can be mediated by proteins, ligands,  sugars or other  biomolecules. Protein–protein interactions (PPIs) are  physical interaction between two proteins,  often involved in  structural systems, signal transduction or metabolic  processes. Differentially Expressed Genes  are identified as more highly (or lowly)  expressed in one condition  versus the other after comparison of their  expression values between  two conditions. Genes with restricted, constitutive or  unusual pattern of expression are quantified accordingly to their  characteristics to avoid   miscalculation or underestimation of signals.  Operational taxonomic unit—a  definition used to classify groups of closely related organisms. DNA  sequences  can be clustered according to their similarity to one another,  and  operational taxonomic units are defined based on the similarity threshold (usually 97% similarity) set by the researcher.  (Retrieved  from;


Nerve cells in the human brain talk to one another at sites called  synapses, where molecules are released to signal to the next cell. When  people learn or remember things, this signalling is strengthened. When  communication between synapses goes wrong, circuits become broken. The function of nerve cells and synapses depends on proteins that are  made using information encoded in genetic material called RNA. It is  thought that RNAs are located exactly where and when they are needed for  synaptic signalling because some kind of synaptic ‘tag’ labels the  correct active synapse.  Scientists have recently learned that RNA can have a methyl  group/molecule added to one of the RNA bases, which ‘marks’ the RNA  message. Such adding of methyl groups can influence proteins binding to  DNA or RNA and consequently stop proteins being produced.

This new  study shows that RNA marking can be reversed at synapses and hence may  act as a ‘synaptic tag’. Synaptic tagging allows the synapse, rather than the nucleus, to be the unit of long-lasting neuronal plasticity. The findings suggest, that if disrupted, this  could cause synapses and nerve cells to malfunction by influencing the  formation of toxic protein clumps [causing brain injury (deficits) such in the case of  Long-Term Potentiation (LTP) and long-term memory (LTM) encoding needed for learning.

These genomic mechanisms involve methyl groups being put on RNA messages  and importantly taken off when a synapse is active. The implications  are very important for normal brain function, but also for reversible  psychiatric mental conditions such as anxiety and addiction disorders  and early-stage neurodegenerative diseases such as dementias.” [Retrieved from;].



Synergism represents an efficient means of increasing the amplitude of cellular responses induced by low levels of stimulation. Recently, several kinetic and physicochemical models have been developed to describe and predict synergistic responses. Synergy mainly results from mutations in functionally related genes. In one study, on the etiology of the prevalent defects found with Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS), a systemic autoimmune disease which has cognitive effects,  the synergism between aPL and anti-NMDA antibodies were explored and found a direct effect of anti-PL on neuronal cells. [Retrieved from]. Note: physicochemical models include physicochemical stress(es) comprises environmental factors in the form of  food/nutrition, noise, pollution, metabolic disorder, infection, and  inflammation. [Retrieved from].


In recent years, large genome-wide association studies have been  extremely helpful to identify new genetic risks of psychiatric diseases  (e.g. PTSD, SCZ, BP, MDD), and genetic overlapping risks among these  disorders and other medical diseases, and traits. A more comprehensive  understanding of the genetic overlapping among these disorders is needed  to clarify common pathways among diseases, or specific genes (see The Thymus below) uniquely  implicated in each disorder. [Retrieved from]


Biological scientists often want to determine whether two agents or   events, for example, extracellular stimuli and/or intracellular signaling pathways, act synergistically when eliciting a biological  response. Similarly, the nervous system is highly vulnerable to various internal and external  factors which could lead to acute or chronic neurodegeneration. The  morphological basis of dysfunction after injury involves loss of  integrity of the extracellular matrix, neuronal circuitry, and synaptic  activity and plasticity (see Thymus below).

The primary injury  enables a huge variety of developmentally-related biomolecules to  stimulate the process of regeneration. Extracellular proteins, cell  adhesion molecules, neurotrophic factors as well as different organic  and inorganic compounds of the nervous tissue are necessary for recovery  after injury. However, the secondary injury as well as further  degeneration of the surrounding tissue, could be prevented by  reactivation and recruitment of a plethora of cell signals, such as  growth factors, neurotransmitters, extracellular matrix (see thymus below) proteases , cell  adhesion and recognition molecules. [Retrieved from;].


One category of signaling cascade includes receptors to receive  signals, kinases (serine/threonine/tyrosine) that phosphorylate  proteins, adaptor proteins that bring kinases and substrates together,  and transcription factors that alter gene expression as a response to  stimuli.  Other signaling cascades depend on hormone signaling and their cognate receptors that function as transcriptional regulators. The pathways described here are a small example of how inter- and  intracellular signaling is important for development of an organism,  sustaining cellular homeostasis, and how aberrations in these pathways  can lead to disease. [Retrieved from].


Note: 15- PCSK6 Chromosome This gene encodes a member of the subtilisin-like proprotein convertase  family, which includes proteases that process protein and peptide  precursors trafficking through regulated or constitutive branches of the  secretory pathway. The encoded protein undergoes an initial  autocatalytic processing event in the ER to generate a heterodimer which  exits the ER and sorts to the trans-Golgi network where a second  autocatalytic event takes place and the catalytic activity is acquired.  The encoded protease is constitutively secreted into the extracellular  matrix and expressed in many tissues, including neuroendocrine, liver,  gut, and brain (see Thymus, Brain & Testes). This gene encodes one of the seven basic amino  acid-specific members which cleave their substrates at single or paired  basic residues. Some of its substrates include transforming growth  factor beta related proteins, proalbumin, and von Willebrand factor.  This gene is thought to play a role in tumor progression and left-right  patterning. Likewise, 7- RELN This gene encodes a large secreted extracellular matrix protein thought  to control cell-cell interactions critical for cell positioning and  neuronal migration during brain development. This protein may be  involved in schizophrenia, autism, bipolar disorder, major depression  and in migration defects associated with temporal lobe epilepsy.  Mutations of this gene are associated with autosomal recessive  lissencephaly with cerebellar hypoplasia. Two transcript variants  encoding distinct forms have been identified for this gene. Other  transcript variants have been described, but their full-length nature has  not been determined. [Retrieved from].  Note: Cerebellar hypoplasia can sometimes present alongside hypoplasia of the corpus callosum or pons. [Retrieved from].


A human with a particularly high measure of SPS is considered to have “hypersensitivity”, or be a highly sensitive person (HSP).[2][3]   See The Theory of Positive Disintegration- those with mental  issues as sick (neurosis, anxiety, etc. see original Dabrowski works for  an extensive list), the theory proposes that it is the very persons who  show those symptoms who have the highest potential for growth and personality development. The strengths of the TPD clearly lie in the  different view it gives of certain mental health symptoms. [Retrieved from].

GenBank Overview

What is GenBank?

GenBank ® is the NIH genetic sequence database, an annotated collection of all publicly available DNA sequences:


-Learning Disabilities:


Note: COMT- 22 Catechol-O-methyltransferase catalyzes the transfer of a methyl group  from S-adenosylmethionine to catecholamines, including the  neurotransmitters’ dopamine, epinephrine, and norepinephrine.  Furthermore, Catechol-O-methyltransferase (COMT-22), an enzyme that is involved in the degradation of catecholamine neurotransmitters  (e.g., dopamine, epinephrine, and norepinephrine), can affect executive  functions involved in cognitive flexibility, impulse control, abstract  thought, and the ability to follow instructions (1, 2, 3) -(COMT-22 also in addictions and ADHD below).


Note: 17- lNF1 provided by HGNC gene product appears to function as a negative regulator of the RAS signal transduction of the pathyways that control such processes as actin cytoskeleton integrity, cell  proliferation, cell differentiation, cell adhesion, apoptosis, and cell  migration (Read About RAS and Cerebral Cortex  BELOW). The cytoskeleton provides structural integrity and determines localization of proteins and organelles throughout the cell [aka cell health]. The cytoskeleton is a structure that helps cells maintain their shape and internal organization, and it also provides mechanical support that enables cells to carry (see 7 under dyslexia & cell health below) out essential functions like division and movement [Retrieved from;].


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Note: 15- DNAAF4 provided by HGNC  gene encodes a tetratricopeptide [The tetratricopeptide repeat (TPR) is a structural motif.  It consists of a degenerate 34 amino acid tandem repeat identified in a  wide variety of proteins] repeat domain-containing protein.  The encoded protein interacts with estrogen receptors and the heat shock  proteins, Hsp70 and Hsp90. An homologous protein in rat has been shown  to function in neuronal migration in the developing neocortex [read more below]. A  chromosomal translocation involving this gene is associated with a  susceptibility to developmental dyslexia. Mutations in this gene are associated with deficits in reading and spelling.


Note:  6- KIAA0319 provided by HGNC  gene for kidney disease (PKD) domains. The encoded protein may play a role in the development of the cerebral cortex by regulating neuronal migration and cell adhesion. Single nucleotide polymorphisms in this gene are associated with dyslexia. (see the Thymus-  It plays a role in immunity, autoimmunity,  and aging. This gene encodes a doublecortin domain-containing family member. The  doublecortin domain has been demonstrated to bind tubulin and enhance  microtubule polymerization. This family member is thought to function in  neuronal migration where it may affect the signaling of primary cilia.  Mutations in this gene have been associated with reading disability (RD)  type 2, also referred to as developmental dyslexia.  6-DCDC2 This gene encodes a doublecortin domain-containing family member. The  doublecortin domain has been demonstrated to bind tubulin and enhance  microtubule polymerization. This family member is thought to function in  neuronal migration where it may affect the signaling of primary cilia.  Mutations in this gene have been associated with reading disability (RD)  type 2, also referred to as developmental dyslexia.


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Note: 7- AUTS2 provided by HGNC gene has been implicated in neurodevelopment and as a candidate  gene for numerous neurological disorders, including autism spectrum  disorders, intellectual disability, and developmental delay. Mutations  in this gene have also been associated with non-neurological disorders,  such as acute lymphoblastic leukemia, aging of the skin, early-onset  androgenetic alopecia, and certain cancers [see thymus below].  7-also in high levels (chemical base in DNA such as thymine) in mammalian postmitotic central nervous system neurons, functions in diverse processes such as synaptic plasticity and neuronal migration through phosphorylation of proteins required for cytoskeletal organization, endocytosis and exocytosis, and apoptosis.


16- HP restricted to liver. This gene encodes a preproprotein, which is processed to yield both  alpha and beta chains, which subsequently combine as a tetramer to  produce haptoglobin. Haptoglobin functions to bind free plasma  hemoglobin, which allows degradative enzymes to gain access to the  hemoglobin, while at the same time preventing loss of iron through the  kidneys and protecting the kidneys from damage by hemoglobin. Mutations  in this gene and/or its regulatory regions cause ahaptoglobinemia or  hypohaptoglobinemia. This gene has also been linked to diabetic  nephropathy, the incidence of coronary artery disease in type 1  diabetes, Crohn’s disease, inflammatory disease behavior, primary  sclerosing cholangitis, susceptibility to idiopathic Parkinson’s  disease, and a reduced incidence of Plasmodium falciparum malaria. The  protein encoded also exhibits antimicrobial activity against bacteria. A  similar duplicated gene is located next to this gene on chromosome 16.  Multiple transcript variants encoding different isoforms have been found  for this gene.


Note: In a 2018 study, They found that greater  changes in gene expression in the upper layers 2/3 neurons and microglia  predicted worse behavioral deficits. These results lend support to  previous research suggesting that changes in neurons, as well as  non-neuronal cells such as microglia, may be involved in autism. (Retrieved from Note:

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Schizophrenia  & Psychological Disorders


-11 DRD2 This gene encodes the D2 subtype of the dopamine receptor. This  G-protein coupled receptor inhibits adenylyl cyclase activity. A  missense mutation in this gene causes myoclonus dystonia; other  mutations have been associated with schizophrenia. Alternative splicing  of this gene results in two transcript variants encoding different  isoforms. A third variant has been described, but it has not been  determined whether this form is normal or due to aberrant splicing.


Note: Gene Methylation in Specific Brain Regions involves the biological processes associated with neuronal axon  development, intercellular adhesion, and cell morphology changes and,  specifically, in PI3K-Akt, AMPK, and MAPK signaling pathways. AMPK activation has also recently been linked to circadian clock  regulation, which couples daily light and dark cycles to control of  physiology in a wide variety of tissues through tightly coordinated  transcriptional programs84. (see Thymus Below, Testes) (Retrieved from;


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Note: 6- KIAA0319 provided by HGNC gene encodes a multifunctional proinflammatory cytokine that  belongs to the tumor necrosis factor (TNF) superfamily. This cytokine is mainly secreted by macrophages. It can bind to, and thus functions  through, its receptors TNFRSF1A/TNFR1 and TNFRSF1B/TNFBR. This cytokine  is involved in the regulation of a wide spectrum of biological processes  including cell proliferation, differentiation, apoptosis, lipid  metabolism, and coagulation. This cytokine has been implicated in a  variety of diseases, including autoimmune diseases, insulin resistance,  psoriasis, rheumatoid arthritis ankylosing spondylitis, tuberculosis,  autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease, and cancer. Mutations in  this gene affect susceptibility to cerebral malaria, septic shock, and  Alzheimer disease [see RAS/pons/thymus, hippocamp and insensitivity and depression below].


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Note: COMT-22 Catechol-O-methyltransferase catalyzes the  transfer of a methyl group  from S-adenosylmethionine to catecholamines,  including the  neurotransmitters’ dopamine, epinephrine, and  norepinephrine.  Furthermore, Catechol-O-methyltransferase (COMT-22), an enzyme that is involved in the degradation of catecholamine neurotransmitters  (e.g., dopamine,  epinephrine, and norepinephrine), can affect executive  functions  involved in cognitive flexibility, impulse control, abstract  thought,  and the ability to follow instructions (1, 2, 3)-(COMT-22 also in addictions and learning disabilities).


Note: a number of genes associated with ADHD, which has a heritability of 71-90%, are also linked to dopamine transporter dysfunction (3). Dopamine imbalance has also been implicated in other conditions,  including autism spectrum disorder, Tourette’s syndrome, and dyspraxia. [Retrieved from].


Note: 11- DRD2 provided by HGNC  neuronal survival gene in the adult brain; Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, and Huntington’s; stress response and in the biology of mood disorders.


The CDC reports  that as of 2016, almost 10% of children were estimated to have ADHD,  with boys twice as likely to be diagnosed than girls. [Retrieved from].


Note: No one knows exactly what causes a person to have ADHD, but some  researchers have looked at a neurotransmitter called dopamine as a  possible contributor to ADHD. Dopamine allows us to regulate emotional  responses and take action to achieve specific rewards. It’s responsible  for feelings of pleasure and reward. Dopamine (DA) is a key brain neurotransmitter that contributes to  control of different functions, such as cognition, motivation and  rewards, as well as locomotion [1–3]. Alterations in dopaminergic function represent a hallmark in numerous mental diseases, including schizophrenia. [Retrieved from]


Another study found, dopaminergic pathways, [enables several species] to coordinate influence both ongoing and future behavior. [Retrieved from].


Note: brain, adrenal, thyroid below

Focus…on Healing

What are mitochondria?

Mitochondria are  compartmentalized, dual-membrane organelles that are responsible for  most energy production in the cell. Mitochondria contain their own DNA  and ribosomes (RNA).  Their primary function is to convert energy from glucose into ATP via oxidative phosphorylation. Mitochondria also play an  important role in the cellular stress response through processes such as  autophagy, apoptosis, and hypoxia. Mitochondrial dysfunction is implicated in many human diseases including cancer, metabolic syndrome  & neurodegenerative disorders, ex. Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) (Retrieved from;


Please Note: A new NIH grant will allow Virginia Tech researchers to explore the mechanisms of social memory in the hippocampus. “Impaired social memory is a phenotype of numerous neurological  disorders, ranging from autism spectrum disorder to schizophrenia and  Alzheimer’s disease,” Farris said. “By unraveling the molecular nuances  underlying healthy memory storage, we aim to pinpoint a host of  potential interventional targets for neurodevelopmental, neurocognitive  and neurodegenerative disease. She [Farris] hypothesizes that these unusual mitochondrial characteristics may be  influencing this brain region’s plasticity – or ability to rapidly  modify synapses, neurochemical portals that mediate communication  between neurons.” [Retrieved from].

Ribosomal  RNA is the predominant form of RNA found in most cells; it makes up  about 80% of cellular RNA despite never being translated into proteins  itself. Ribosomes are composed of approximately 60% rRNA and 40%  ribosomal proteins by mass. [Retrieved from]


What is Proteomics?

Proteomics is the large-scale study of proteomes.  A proteome is a set of proteins produced in an organism, system, or  biological context. … Proteomics is used to investigate: when and  where proteins are expressed also the rates of protein production, degradation,  and steady-state abundance.


Think about mitochondria and cell health? Also, on a cellular level, think about the Epigenetics Modulators?

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Epigenetic modulators thus serve to transduce signals from environmental agents, injury, inflammation, aging  and other cellular stressors towards modifiers to alter the chromatin states of tumor suppressors or oncogenes and to promote epigenetic flexibility and the acquisition of stem-like features early during:

  • Epigenetic mechanisms form a layer of control within a cell that regulates gene expression and silencing. …
  • Three different epigenetic mechanisms have been identified: DNA methylation,  histone modification, and non-coding RNA (ncRNA)-associated gene  silencing (“turning off dyslexia”).

“Cells are continuously dying in our body due to infections, cell turnover, developmental processes, and other extrinsic stress…”: In these chromosomes…most present in neurodiversity; we are needing to examine cell health (avoid cytotoxicity) such as:

17  (cell gene– lNF1 provided by HGNC also ACTL6A ) Recognize- meaning- knowledge (RAS- see also 11 below/ARAS-Thymus)

22 (connection gene– COMT 22 provided by HGNC ) Recall- motivation- wisdom (Pons)

11 (neuronal survival cell gene– DRD2 provided by HGNC ) Remember- meaning & motivation-understanding (see 17 also ARAS//Thymus/Testes)


Intercellular Interactions For Gene Expression

Signalling pathways include the network of biomolecules that serve to transmit  signals and induce cellular responses. Post-translational modification  of proteins is the most common way signals are propagated. See thymus discussion below, to learn more about the intercellular signalling pathways that has become a common analysis performed across diverse disciplines. (Retrieved from Cell death: From its Induction to the Removal of Dying Cells!;;].


“Moreover, numerical and functional deficiencies and phenotypic alterations of CD56+ immune cells have been reported in patients with various infectious, autoimmune or malignant diseases (Table 1).” [Retrieved from].


Cellular Senescence in Learning Disabilities and Neurodegenerative Disorders

Although several factors can induce senescence, DNA damage, oxidative  stress, neuroinflammation, and altered proteostasis have been shown to  play a role in its onset.  (Retrieved from Cellular Senescence in Neurodegenerative Diseases;;


A slew of 17 studies reveals the first comprehensive list of all cell types in the primary motor complex,  offering “a starting point for tracing cellular networks to understand  how they control our body and mind and how they are disrupted in mental  and physical disorders,” reports ScienceDaily. From the report:    The 17 studies, appearing online Oct. 6 in the journal Nature,  are the result of five years of work by a huge consortium of  researchers supported by the National Institutes of Health’s Brain  Research Through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies (BRAIN)  Initiative to identify the myriad of different cell types in one portion  of the brain. It is the first step in a long-term project to generate  an atlas of the entire brain to help understand how the neural networks  in our head control our body and mind and how they are disrupted in  cases of mental and physical problems. While researchers have discovered numerous cell types in the brain, this  atlas of all cell types in one area — the primary motor cortex — is  the first comprehensive list and a starting point for tracing cellular  networks to understand how they control our body and mind and how they  are disrupted in mental and physical disorders. (Retrieved from;


  1. *10- Thymus, see brain and testes association HERE. TBATA provided by HGNC gene encodes a protein that regulates thymic epithelial cell proliferation and thymus size. It has been identified as a ligand for  the class I human leukocyte antigen (HLA-I) in thymus. Studies of the orthologous mouse protein suggest that it may also play a role in  spermatid differentiation, as well as in neuronal morphogenesis [a class of large neurons present in the peripheral nervous system below] and synaptic plasticity. As well, the energy cycles which are known as circadian rhythms, which were popularized by  Nobel Prize-winning researchers Jeffrey Hall, Michael Rosbash, and  Michael Young. They highlighted that every cell in the body is set to  follow this biological clock which determines your sleep, appetite,  hormone releases, and energy levels. Polymorphisms in this gene are associated with  susceptibility for multiple sclerosis (MS). Alternative splicing results  in multiple transcript variants (see Thymus below). “The circadian rhythm of about 24 hours is a fundamental physiological function observed in almost all organisms, from prokaryotes to humans. Identification of clock genes has allowed us to study the molecular bases for circadian behaviors and temporal physiological processes such as hormonal secretion, and has prompted the idea that molecular clocks reside not only in a central pacemaker, the suprachiasmatic nuclei (SCN) of hypothalamus in mammals, but also in peripheral tissues, even in immortalized cells.” Furthermore …(See RAS, Pons, Thymus  below, and see brain and testes association HERE-Retrieved from Thymus Function and Aging: A Focus on Thymic Epithelial Cells;

An autoimmune disease is a condition that affects your hormones and immune system which mistakenly attacks your body.  The immune system normally guards against germs like bacteria and  viruses. When it senses these foreign invaders, it sends out an army of  fighter cells to attack them. There are more than 100 autoimmune diseases,  including conditions such as celiac disease, type 1 diabetes, and  psoriasis. These occur when the immune system mistakenly attacks parts  of the human body. This statistic comes from the American Autoimmune  Related Diseases Association. [Retrieved from].

4 –  The vitamin D Receptor and T cell function

Where is the vitamin D receptor?


In humans, the vitamin D receptor is encoded by the VDR gene located on chromosome 12q13. 11.  Like the iNKT cells, there are also fewer CD8αα/TCRαβ precursors in the thymus of VDR-KO animals. Moreover, to complete development CD8αα/TCRαβ  cells must travel from the thymus to the gastrointestinal tract where  IL-15 induces proliferation and upregulation of CD8αα. Due to decreased  levels of IL-15 receptor expression VDR-KO CD8αα/TCRαβ cells proliferate  poorly, resulting in a diminished mature CD8αα/TCRαβ population in the  VDR-KO gut (Yu et al., 2008; Bruce and Cantorna, 2011; Ooi et al., 2012).  These data illustrate that in contrast to conventional T cells, VDR  expression is mandatory for development of both iNKT cells and  CD8αα/TCRαβ T cells. VDR is expressed in most tissues of the body, and regulates  transcription of  about 900 genes involved in intestinal and renal transport of  calcium and other minerals.  In a study by Patel et al. (1995)  plasma toxins from uremic patients was shown to bind to the patient’s  VDR, thereby disrupting binding of VDR-RXR to DNA resulting in a  diminished VDR response. It so appears that post-translational  modifications of VDR adjust VDR activity in both health and disease. [Retrieved from].


Note: In humans, the vitamin D receptor is encoded by the VDR gene located on chromosome 12q13. 11.   VDR is expressed in most tissues of the body, and regulates   transcription of genes involved in intestinal and renal transport of  calcium and other minerals.


Similarly,  Early last year, researchers from institutes in Germany and Greece  reported a mechanism in the brain’s outer cortical cells that produces a  novel ‘graded’ signal all on its own, one that could provide individual  neurons with another way to carry out their logical functions. By  measuring the electrical activity in sections of tissue removed during  surgery on epileptic patients and analyzing their structure using  fluorescent microscopy, the neurologists found individual cells in the  cortex used not just the usual sodium ions to ‘fire’, but calcium as  well. [Retrieved from].

Where is the vitamin D receptor?

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Thymic involution, probably through the hormonal turmoil and cell health, provoke many of our learning and memory problems. -Tricia Cook

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Endogenous regeneration in the brain is the ability of cells to engage in the repair  and regeneration process. … Another benefit that can be achieved by  using endogenous regeneration could be avoiding an immune response from  the host. There are therapeutic approaches for boosting thymus function. Likewise, the causes age-related thymic involution have been suggested along with several possible mechanisms identified including blockages of T-cell receptor gene rearrangement, decreased self-peptide MHC molecules, and depletion of T-cell progenitors [Retrieved from;;



Note: In the brain, hormones alter or change the production of gene products  that participate in synaptic neurotransmission as well as affect the structure of brain cells. As a result, the circuitry of the brain and  its capacity for neurotransmission.  I give natural and holistic ways to improve your thymic hormone function and cell-mediated immunity… “Although epigenetic modulators that control effector status in Th17 cells have been identified 15, 21, the TF regulators that globally program the capacity of CD4+ T cells to dynamically control their functional identity in response to changing contexts are mostly undefined.”  Retrieved from cell gene and (see HPA & Pineal Body, Pituitary & Adrenal Glands below) Supplementation with these nutrients has been shown to improve thymic  hormone function and cell-mediated immunity such as…Zinc,  vitamin B6, and vitamin C are perhaps the most critical.  Zinc may be the critical  mineral involved in thymus gland function and thymus hormone action. Hematite worn around the neck brings balance to both the etheric body and the  physical body. Due to its magnetic nature and our ying-yang  energies, it’s nature is to bring us back to equilibrium. Plus, Note: I go much deeper than supplements like neurometric education (read below) to avoid early thymic involution and/or dysfunction, imbalance, etc. ….   (Retrieved from;


*ACE- (aka Anger Enzyme) Angiotensin-converting enzyme (EC,  is a central component of the renin–angiotensin system (ras), which controls blood pressure by regulating the volume of fluids in the body (See Gut-brain axis and Neurotoxicity).  Corticotropin-releasing hormone (see hypothalamus below)- Stress induces  the hypothalamic production and release of CRH, which then causes the  activation of the CRH receptor (CRHR) type 1 (CRHR-1) in the anterior  pituitary (see HPA below) to stimulate ACTH release, as well as proopiomelanocortin  (POMC) expression and processing. Rationale: The corticotropin-releasing hormone (CRH) stimulation test has been used as a diagnostic test in both adrenal insufficiency and Cushing syndrome. Glucocorticoids are essential steroid hormones secreted from the adrenal gland in response to stress. (Retrieved from;;


A growing body of evidence suggests that chronic anger can take a daily toll  on your cardiovascular health and immune system. Letting go of the  bitterness you feel toward another person can lower your anxiety, which directly impacts both your mental and physical health. Basically, feeling bad is bad for you—especially if those feelings are due to bitter or traumatic memories that frequently come to mind unbidden. [Retrieved from]. Note: If something confounds you, as well could make someone angry, it makes you feel surprised and confused, often because it does not meet your predefined expectations (perceptions).



Read ON…You will learn this in my book, program for I enjoy Helping Those with a Neurodivergence Enjoy  Learning Again!!


Note: The emotions of anger/shame or hatred/grief are energies that affect everyone differently, and in some ways the same. This is dependent upon the thymus chakra (energy center-wheel) which can be going dormant or dormant- imbalanced at an early/fast rate. Healing the EM field aka “soul” and/or what needs to be released in one’s cellular structure effects people’s systems including peripheral, energy cycles aka “circadian rhythm”, factualities see for example hippocampus, and life in general including basic “essential needs” and morals/values.


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Chapter 1 The Body

Nature- is the maturation of the brain and body; for the purpose of survival, it’s the ability to perceive, give meaning, learn, and act including motivation along with resilience of our very own environments, and seeking out patterns first.


Our brains and particularly the posterior lobes of cortex, have evolved to recognize environmental patterns efficiently.  Just as affect can influence what we perceive in the outside world, our expectations about what we are seeing can warp what we do see. Illusions, like Abelson, are great ways to illustrate the brain’s dependence on and interaction with patterns when recognizing our world. The environment is comprised not of random or chaotic information, but rather of predictable patterns. Humans’ ability to rapidly recognize those patterns is a critical part of how recognition networks  function.. Received from].


In  mice, a specific type of brain cell called a PV neuron improves the  ability to distinguish a target sound from background noise (i.e., the  cocktail party problem) (Kamal Sen, Boston University). The feeling of  ownership over one’s body while experiencing an event strengthens the  memory representation of that event in the hippocampus, a brain region  involved in learning and memory (Heather Iriye, Karolinska Institute,  Sweden). In humans and monkeys, imagining an object’s movement activates  motion-sensitive areas of the brain, suggesting that both species can  simulate versions of the world in similar ways (David Sheinberg, Brown  University). A novel technique involving non-invasive transcranial  magnetic stimulation (TMS) informed by real-time scalp EEG recordings  enhanced human visual perception by modulating communication between  frontal and visual brain regions (Nitzan Censor, Tel-Aviv University,  Israel). These studies give a better understanding of the neural basis  of perceptual phenomena will help clarify both ordinary experiences —  such as the ability to pick a single voice out of a noisy background —  and disorders in which perception is altered — such as  attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, autism, schizophrenia, and  Alzheimer’s disease. Today’s new findings show [Retrieved from]:


(SEE Neuropedagogy & IQ- Disparagement of Perceptions, scroll to bottom to last section)


Speaking of the “whole child”- the vagus nerve connects the brain stem to the body. It also connects and aligns the chakras (energy centers-wheels), Pons, RAS & CAN: ACC/HPA and thymus including their own biofield (including electromagnetic field). This vagal balance allows (via thymus) the brain stem to receive the information (formulating patterned neural connections) from the environment, the frontal lobe to perceive the universal emotions which are the following: anger, strength, joy, bliss, shame, empathy, courage, compassion, might and harmony, and the midbrain to monitor and receive information (firing pattern of brain nerve cells in a network), The PONS and RAS- HPA/ACC includes executive functioning which involves logic through analysis or evaluation; initially, the thymus is where the mind (thymus) deems how important based on cellular memory (what or why). “The relationship to the senses and the  is direct, for the senses leave lasting impressions on the soul.” [Retrieved from]


What I mean by Cellular memory? It’s what we know about PSTD  where the cellular landscape of proteins–a dynamic that captures significant features of an event, in part by synthesis of new proteins. Ask yourself what is “let go” and kept in out memory for means of safety (what or why)? Also, what is synthesized and deemed safe or unsafe? Think about God’s essence of “letting go and letting God”!! This is where EMDR or tapping is good for those, as well as prayer and worship. [Retrieved from].


Speaking of Seeking God’s Face (Essence) Specifically,  For own spiritual growth to increase the…2 Chronicles 7:14


Love- called by my name

Determination- shall humble themselves

Honesty- and pray

Effort- seek my face

Focus (meditation)- turn from their wicked ways

Extending goodness- hear from heaven

Kindness- forgive their sin

Devotion to God-heal their land.


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As my friend, Mark Briscoe writes…”Our souls are the real us the real you is not of this world. God created it.  It is invisible and so is in our body that it may manifest itself. It  works through the brain and the brain controls the body. We are created in the image of God. They test animals of all sorts by  putting large mirrors in their habitats. No other animal recognizes his  image. Only humans recognize our image.” Note:  Your brain makes up its mind  up to ten seconds before you realize it, according to researchers. By  looking at brain activity while making a decision, the researchers could  predict what choice people would make before they themselves were even  aware of having made a decision. The  work calls into question the ‘consciousness’ of our decisions and may  even challenge ideas about how ‘free’ we are to make a choice at a  particular point in time. [Retrieved from].


Then onto the frontal lobe, where the “why” is based on context cues and visual-patterening (evaluation) and the “what” is based on recursive aspects of patterns (analysis). The vagus nerve controls vagal balance and the executive functioning system (via the thymus- vagus nerve chakra). The thymus (high-heart and mind) including the vagus nerve can be deactivated, hyperactivated, hypoactived, underdeveloped, or variably then going inactive in children (adults-too); therefore, all information is the chaotic and releases specific inflammatory proteins at the gut-brain axis which can be toxic to the triune brain. [Retrieved from Sunny Sea Gold Updated January 27, 2021. “Here’s How the Brain Makes Memories-and What You Can Do to Keep Your Mind Sharp.”,;]

Bottom’s Up- Nope Bottom’s Down

But we can look beyond neuroscience to  other  fields  for  confirmation  of  the  importance  of  these  three  basic  components  of  learning.  For  some  time,  educators,  psychologists,  and  organizational  theorists  have  pointed  to  the  same  three  components  in  any  learning  organism.  For  example,  Lev  Vygotsky,  a  pioneering  Russian  psychologist  of  the  early  20th century,  described  three  prerequisites  for  learning:

  • Engagement with the  learning  task
  • Recognition of the information to be learned
  • Strategies to process that information14


Recognition is Heterarchical

We have seen that individual aspects of patterns, such as their color, shape, orientation, or motion, are processed by separate parts of recognition networks.  And  these  specialized  processes  proceed  in  parallel.  But  they  do  not  proceed  independently.  Like affective systems,  recognition  systems  are  intensely  interconnected  and  heterarchical.  The  naïve  assumption  is  that  recognition  is  primarily  a  “bottom-up”  process.  In  this  view,  visual  sensory  information  enters  the  nervous  system  at  the  retina  (the  bottom)  and  then  travels  up  through  an  increasingly  complex  hierarchical  network,  eventually  reaching  the  visual cortex where  patterns  in  the  visual  information  are  recognized  (the  top).


But as we saw in the Adelson illusion, recognition is very much a “top-down” process. Our brains don’t just passively receive information in that bottom-up way. Instead, our brains are constantly and persistently anticipating and predicting what patterns we will see, hear, smell, taste, or touch, and those expectancies profoundly affect what patterns we actually do perceive. To facilitate recognition, our brains consistently make use of higher-order information such as background knowledge, context, previous experience, and overall pattern.


Retrieved from:;; Fink, R. P., 2020. Gender, Self-Concept, and Reading Disabilities. Available at:

Peace & CALM is Key To  ALL Learning

Responsive System Dysfunction (RSD): *Dysregulation Functional System Regulation RAS (Brain stem)-PONS (Mind/Brain) DISCONNECTION THYMUS (SOUL)- Is         Negatively (Anger and Shame) Charged Synergism of Cells Causing Deficits  -Tricia Cook

*NOTE: Dysregulated and Dysfunctional System Responsive System Dysfunction (RSD) and Total Learning System Dysfunction (TLSD) works in a downward effect from RAS to -PONS to -THYMUS:

ALL our systems and senses need to function equalized, activated, and balanced for learning to take place. The triune brain which is the neomammalian complex (RAS- aka neocortex), midbrain (pons- aka limbic system), and forebrain (thymus aka reptilian) is working on a downward function. People are using their mental and emotional bodies to learn not their etherical body (etheric).




JESUS (Mental Body- 1st-3rd chakras) RAS- HPA/ACC the aka neocortex (Body & Brain- breath). It’s the cognitive and physical “what” (meaning) which is the  “The Way”. A clean heart- brings purity.


Holy Ghost  (Emotional Body- 4th-6th chakras) PONS aka limbic system  (Body & Mind- breath). It’s the affective and the physical “why” (motivation) which is “The Truth”. A pure mind- brings blamelessness.


God (Etherical Body- 7th-12th ) THYMUS aka reptilian (H. Heart & Mind- authentic breath). It’s the God-Soul, authentic self connection which is infinite, complete, & absolute truth  “The Light”.  A clean heart and pure mind with blamelessness brings righteousness (salvation).

Eliminating Negative Thoughts

In the field of psychology, emotions are not just our feelings, as some may think. Just as colors are actually the appearance of different frequencies,  emotions [especially anger and shame] are composed of similar properties. A lower or negative emotion  has a lower frequency and the body isn’t able to assimilate that  frequency or doesn’t know how to   deal with it. In these situations,  these emotions can become “trapped”   in our magnetic field [“soul”] or even in our bodies causing imbalances that  can  affect the proper function of our  body system. [Retrieved from]


Emotions are our feelings, thoughts, ideas, perceptions, physical  sensations and involve the senses and their faculties and systems, all  of which start in the mind. They create what we call mindset- needing a calm mindset for equanimity is key. Our God- spiritual mindset  regulates every love or fear  experience we have and our very purpose  of being here on earth. The emotions need to be honored, especially  anger and shame. Emotional agility is to move quickly and easily from  anger to strength and shame to empathy; for adults, it  is to move quickly and easily from hatred to courage and grief to compassion. For this to happen, you need self-directed neuroplasticity, amongst several other things for which I will mention. Retrieved from


Likewise, you need to not only need to eliminate the negative thoughts, but to become conscious of the positive thoughts. We have gifts, strengths, and talents that can be developed by natural compensation of the brain and can enforced by your environment. Recognizing these gifts will hopeful be recognized at an early age before anger and shame starts to surface. Anger and shame energies can hide the gifts, strengths, and talents because you believe the negative and untruth that you are ‘not good at anything’. Please Note: All motivation is in the higher forms of empathy, autonomy, and authenticity. (Retrieved from].




ANGER    transform  STRENGTH


SHAME    transform   EMPATHY




HATRED   transform  COURAGE




ALL   AUTONOMY and ATTUNEMENT  Leading to Adaptability


Note: The innate neuronal property [natural ambient light] might be utilized to protect neurons from degeneration or cell death in the future. The researchers were also able to identify that a feedback mechanism was  responsible for these changes and that it relied on the signalling  protein Wnt. The results contribute to a better understanding of the  molecular mechanisms underlying brain functions such as learning and  memory. This research showed that the feedback signal mediated by the secreted protein Wnt is required for the synapse change [adaptability aka neuroplasticity]. [Retrieved from]. SEE COOK’S Natural Forms Of Light Below & Hippocampus below.

When neurotoxicity (tau- toxic protein clumps develop in Hippocampus or other areas) happens at an early age, the brain will sometimes compensate. This natural compensation means early development in other parts of the brain such a visual-spacial reasoning, logical-mathematical reasoning.  -Tricia Cook

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Note: you can have a combination and variance of these gifts and strengths if varied in a (TFD) Total Functioning Dominance System (anger and shame)!!

The ‘theory of mind”  is the degree of capacity for empathy and strength; as well as our understanding of ourselves and others have a mind, too. Where the mind is located has been a continuous debate- I propose that the mind at least begin in our very own thymus. The thymus in Greek root–thymos–the middle region between reason (intelligence) and desire (imagination). The thymus is the center of both our higher and lower self. It is the epicenter of a vagus nerve highway including the interchanges from our gut-brain axis, to our Pons, RAS including CAN: ACC and HPA (both housed with-in the brain) which all control every system, sense, and function; basically, every aspect of the human being. The thymus aka “leb” can be overtaken by love or fear- it’s where our consciousness and super consciousness (ARAS- chakras 12+ consciousness and subconscious conjoin in unity) begins and ends. In reference to the “leb:- R E Murphy on the heart – The heart is the central organ of the body in the wisdom literature. It is often paraphrased as “mind,”  since it does have an intellectual component (cf. the usual, if  unfortunate, translation of the “listening heart” of Solomon in 1Ki 3:9 as “understanding mind”). But it is also the basic orientation of a person, embracing desires, emotions, and attitude.

The attitude depends on the student finding motivation and meaning for their learning. One’s attitude for learning makes for a make or break type learning. -Tricia Cook

In the field of child-psychology, “Every attitude has three components that are represented in what is called the ABC model of attitudes: A for affective, B for behavioral, and C for cognitive. Although every attitude has these three components, any particular attitude can be based on one component more than another ( 2020).” The naming of the word attitude as it relates to students learning can give someone a negative perception; parents ask me all the time, “can you help me with my child’s attitude”. The attitude one has for learning makes for a make or break type learning. I observe kids all the time with Responsive System Dysfunction (RSD) which means it is hard to find meaning and motivation for learning. When your child is learning under stress, fear, and having RDS, they are learning from their mental or emotional bodies, primarily with a (anger) Sympathetic Functional System which is a hyper-processing dysfunction and (shame)  Parasympathetic Functional System Dysfunction which is a hypo-processing dysfunction or both anger/shame which is a Total Functional Dominance System which is a varied hyper-, hypo- dysfunction of the RAS (Rectangular Activation System). This hyper-, hypo- and varied dominance affects the “whole child”.


Affective differences clearly exert powerful effects on learners’ ability to learn. Affect can influence a learner very positively—as shown in Rosalie Fink’s work on reading instruction of individuals with dyslexia—or, as is more commonly noted, negatively. 31 Students  with  severe  affective  disorders,  such  as  schizophrenia  or  a  history  of  abuse,  are  highly  vulnerable  to  reading  failure,  in  part  because  strong  affective  influences  derail  the  work  of recognition and strategic networks.  More  prevalent  issues,  such  as  learning  disabilities,  can  also  produce  strong  affective  responses  over  time.  We  have  talked  to  college  students  with  learning  disabilities  who  vividly  describe  the  palpable  dread  with  which  they  pick  up  and  open  new  textbooks.  Naturally,  some  effects  are  commonplace  for  everyone—anxiety  before  a  test  or  a  presentation  is  not  only  typical  of  most  people  but  also  beneficial.  A  certain  amount  of  stress  or  anxiety  can  prepare  us  to  pay  close  attention  and  to  perform  at  our  best.  Understanding  these  differences  can  help  teachers  support  learners  appropriately.


Retrieved from:; Fink, R. P., 2020. Gender, Self-Concept, and Reading Disabilities. Available at:;

Perceiving with Interpersonal  Victimhood Outside of Conscious Awareness


The research was published in Personality and Individual Differences:


Another Recent Study uncovers the “Tendency for Interpersonal Victimhood”: A new personality construct has been defined that describes   people who persistently see themselves as victims within interpersonal conflicts. This research has suggested, for example, that middle school students with learning disabilities often view academic situations as threatening, even exhibiting physiological stress responses upon entering a room where they will be asked to read. While more successful readers tend to show mild anxiety when asked to read aloud, students with a history of reading difficulties show elevated heart rates and other indicators of stress even before being given instructions.25


Murphy and Zajonc (1993) affirmed a previous finding that positive and negative affective responses “can be evoked with minimal stimulus input and virtually no cognitive processing” (p. 723). They further found that when affective network response is elicited outside of conscious awareness, brain response is diffuse and a specific location cannot be specified.


“The emotion is a direct avenue to explain a spiritual truth. Likewise, “draw away the mind from its grief… “later noting that ‘we ought not to grieve for those whom we see to be  set free, and we bear in mind that so many holy souls are, not without a  purpose, at this time loosed from the chains of the body’ (1.67). ” Written by Rt. Revd. Prof Bishop Irenei of London and Western Europe HERE


According to  Fr. Stephen Freeman, acknowledging our emptiness and brokenness, our failures and weakness, is an exercise in confronting shame.  It can be quite painful – something we either avoid or cover over with  self-loathing. Shame is not self-loathing. Indeed, the energy behind our self-loathing is simply pride (ϕιλαυτία). Self-loathing is consumed  with the self and driven by its unwillingness to be that  person. Bearing our shame is the willingness to acknowledge the truth of  ourselves and our lives as a simple fact, without protest or promise of  reform. It is enduring the simple fact of our lives, how we live them,  how we fail, how we really do not love God or others, etc. It is not an  exercise in comparative failure – it does not matter whether  our weakness is similar to anyone else’s. Such comparisons are merely  another exercise in self-justification, an avoidance of the fact, the  shame, of our lives.


In this particular ancient tradition, anger, or any passion for that matter, is not an appropriate motivation for any action….Of course one must act, personally and politically, in whatever ways  are possible and appropriate to make the world a better place, but not with anger burning in your heart.  Anger blinds and deafens.  Anger  keeps us from thinking clearly and from paying attention to and loving  the human beings in our presence right now.  Anger drives away the Holy  Spirit and consistently leads us to say and do things we later regret.  Anger is not the way. We need to give the heart a way out of itself. This goes back to the  idea of opening the heart to others. If you want to get out of the trap  of anger or resentment, of bitterness, of depression, a key starting  point is to find ways to serve another person, because when you really  serve someone else, when you offer genuine compassion to another  suffering person, the heart does not have time to be bitter, does not  have time to loathe or to hold onto energies.


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4 Types Of  Victimhood (Can Injure The Soul-then Spirit)

When a child with neurodifferences is learning something new or  stressful, if mindset is perceived with anger (SFD), we can observe  lessened neuroplasticity of the midbrain (right lobe) and constant speed  shifting (accelerated or and varied) of the prefrontal cortex, frontal  lobe along with midbrain (left lobe) and emotional disorders with  long-term memory problems. Likewise, if the mindset is perceived with  shame (PFD), we can observe lessened neuroplasticity of the prefrontal  cortex, frontal lobe along with posterior left lobe, and constant speed  shifting (slow or and varied) of the midbrain (right lobe) along with  more executive functioning issues and short-term memory problems or  midbrain. We can attribute this constant speed shifting to the common  difficulties of poor neuroplasticity. Likewise, the lacking a  self-directed neuroplasticity such as positive Spiritual mindset such as  mind trusting qualities of belief that’s and feeling safe and secure in  their environment:


-Sympathetic Functional Dominance System- I AM worthy (autonomy), REASON- related to others predominately:


  • anger- transform to strength


  • hatred- transform to courage


-Parasympathetic Functional Dominance System- I AM enough (attunement), DESIRE/DISCOURAGED-related to self predominately:


  • shame- transform to  empathy


  • grief (guilt)- transform to compassion

You can learn more about the typical mind- by understanding the atypical mind! -Tricia Cook


8 – A Blameless and Pure Life Via Trusting The Thymus (Mind)

“In particular, Crick found it impossible  to believe that DNA could have evolved, based on his knowledge of its  structure and the principles of naturalistic evolution. Rather than  consider the possibility of DNA being the deliberate construction of an  intelligent Creator, Crick mused about ideas like exogenesis,  panspermia, and directed panspermia. Crick has since re-affirmed his  commitment to the evolution of life on earth from purely natural  mechanisms, though with significant questions left unanswered [such as]  For the complete matrix, you have to have matter, force, energy, space, and time. Those five things are all in Genesis 1:1, “In the beginning [time] God [force] created [energy] the heavens [space] and the earth [matter].” The complete matrix is in Genesis 1:1 and that is a profound scientific statement.  However, all red blood cells, including human, must start with DNA, as DNA contains the code that tells each cell how to construct  itself in the first place. All other cells in the human body contain nuclear DNA.  Also, all cells start with nuclear DNA. Nuclear DNA structure is a double helix, with two strands wound around each other, a structure first described by Francis Crick and James D. Watson (1953) using data collected by Rosalind Franklin. The reason for this is that DNA  contains the basic code that tells each cell how to grow, function, and reproduce. Nuclear matrix proteins (NMPs) are part of the structural framework of  the nucleus and provide support for the nuclear shape. These proteins  have also been attributed roles in DNA replication, in ribonucleic acid  transcription and in the regulation of gene expression.  The nuclear matrix  is a three-dimensional filamentous protein network, found in the  nucleoplasm, which provides a structural framework for organising  chromatin, while facilitating transcription and replication. Our cells contain Dictyostelium discoideum amoeba, as well as from cells embedded in soft three dimensional matrices [393,394]. Retrieved from;;;;]


ALL NEED TO BE JOINED: BY HEALING OUR VERY OWN [LEARNING] DIFFERENCE. By Daily belief and greater certainty in exaggerated or hyperbolical expression of praise upward towards God:


Subconscious- the cells


(Body) Mind (RAS-Body/Brain=Intellect/Thought/Meaning/Pure) Ex. You are Grace: You are Knowledge  (Hope, White, Knowledge)


joined with Conscious- the genes


(Soul) Emotions (PONS-Body/Mind= Choices/Imagination/DREAMS/DESIRES) Ex. You are Mercy: You are Strength  (Charity, Purple, Wisdom )


joined with Super Conscious- the chromosomes


(Spirit)  Will (Thymus aka “The Leb” – High Heart/Mind=Charity/Incentive/Motivation/Blameless) Ex. You are Power: You are Loving-Kindness  (Faith, Green, Understanding)


No longer a Victim joined with in Unity with Love and Honor (Knowledge/Understanding)- complete generational DNA (No Fear, Only Love- The Spirit)


(Holy-Self) Jesus, Holy Ghost, God (ARAS) – It’s the seal of perfection, where you are a growing seed of spiritual moral principles (pure) and sympathy (blameless).


In your thymus, in the case of “knowing” acknowledge: God is Alive (Life), Infinite (Eternal), Complete (Perfect). Rev. Christopher Nagbe told me,  “the  Lord that give us strength  to acquire  knowledge  so if the knowledge  is given we should always acknowledge Him in our profession, in our education;  so forth, then we will  know that the required  us to  walk in the spirit, so we can’t  fulfill  the deals of the flesh  in so  doing we will  always know that there is someone  greater than our  education”.  As the importance of the role of the thymus has grown, so too has the  understanding that it is extremely sensitive to both acute and chronic  injury. The thymus undergoes rapid degeneration following a range of  toxic insults, and  as part of the aging process, albeit  at a faster rate than many other tissues. The thymus is, however,  capable of regenerating, restoring its function to a degree. [Retrieved from]


“The goal of this command is love, which comes from a pure heart and a good conscience and a sincere faith.” Timothy 1:5


“My ELBERT develops connection, trust, and love by instilling curiosity, autonomy, and attunement in our students.” by Tricia Cook

Mind You Again: The Heart

9 – Image 1.0 My ELBERT: Responsive Dysfunction (RSD) Checklist Functional Is A System Dominance Checklist illustration

“Neuroplasticity allows the neurons (nerve cells) in the brain to compensate for injury and disease and to adjust their activities in response to new situations or to changes in their environment” (Definition of Neuroplasticity, 2020). Also, I’m needing to mention developmental trauma and learning something new, switching content and context frequently!!


Specifically, the mental body is anger brain dominant and perceives in the heart everything related to learning with anger. The emotional body is shame brain dominant and perceives in the heart everything related to learning with shame. According to my good friend, Tom Heintz (An Emotional Code Practitioner-Creator of The Body Code) references Christine H., MS, LMHC (Hammond 2018), ‘Anxiety [anger and shame] is one emotion that can be passed down from one generation to the next. Also, there are 10 emotions that can also be inherited through family trauma, parental modeling, and/or abusive behaviors.’ For those who struggle with sensory triggers and learning stressors, like when experiencing reading or writing, these negatively perceived and filtered experiences with anger and shame, can cause a trauma type of developmental anxiety and sometimes even depression. [Generational Healing: “10 Emotions That Can Be Inherited.” The Body Emotions,].


In  a study by conducted by Dahle et al. (2011), they found “between 17%  and 24% of the boys with dyslexia were registered as anxious/depressed,  with withdrawn behavior or somatic problems in the borderline and  clinical areas” (p. 167). Another interesting point noted in this study  by Undheim (as cited by Dahle et al., 2011) is that “teachers did not  believe that they had dyslexia because their general achievement was too  good” (p. 167).  Dahle et al. (2011) tells us “behavior and emotional  problems can be displayed differently in different settings, and it  might be difficult for teachers to identify and be aware of  internalizing problems in the classroom setting” (p. 168).  [Retrieved from Dahle, A. E., Knivsberg, A.-M., & Andreassen, A. B. (2011).  Coexisting problem behaviour in severe dyslexia. Journal of Research in  Special Educational Needs, 11(3), 162–170.]  In 2018, I created My ELBERT Responsive System Dysfunction (RSD) Checklist, which is a Functional System Dominance Checklist. I have found in over 4 dozen students what I always knew; that they develop anger first, if not given a healthy, safe, and supportive environment for their anger. Also, anger can develop into shame. Then, the shame will be more dominant. Therefore,  My ELBERT is also a Learning Uniquinessess checklist and resources are important for those working with neurodifferences because shame is harder to address than anger. Shame is the defense for anger and survival (see Maslow Image 2.0a below) of some people before the point of safety. Some people though are less susceptible to shame and remain in anger. I have found more times than not where just anger has been marked; especially in younger students. Note: if anger and shame are not addressed at a young age, it can turn into hatred and grief. Also, anger appears anxiously (hyperactivity) and shame appears sadly depressed (hypoactivity). Together with both anger and shame, someone can appear anxious and sad. With shame being the hardest, their body may appear calm but internally their mind can be ruminating on negative thoughts, feelings, ideas, and emotions which can be hard to know unless your child shares them with someone. This is why the checklist and interview is so important. I interview the students and their parents (teachers too preferably) where an [x] means most of the time in their learning environment and a [/] means some time in their learning environment (see image 1.0).


There are several other factors for successfully expelling learning apathy such as with gaining resilience (meaning), and motivation such as: sleep, diet, health and wellness, physical activity (body), regulation of vagus nerve (soul- body connection), sometimes even the spirit-soul-body connection (much older teens), gratitude including love of self and others (heart-connection). Also, the environment that most of us live in today causing sensory overload along to consistently multitasking and/or content & context-switching (handling 2 or more tasks at the same time) especially in this complex, non-connected (yet, connected), neurotoxic and EMF toxic infused environment- ALL decreasing our very own electromagnetism and vagal tone.

NOTE: Anterior Cingulate Cortex (ACC-CAN) and Vibrating the Alta Major Chakra & Shame


Anterior Cingulate Cortex (ACC) and Vibrating the Alta Major Chakra

The Cinguate Gyrus (CAN)- is a large arch-like lobe in the center of the inner brain that is a part of the limbic system; it houses the organs and their interactions constitute the Anterior Cingulate Cortex (ACC-shame) and the main function of this area of the brain functions to process conscious emotional experience and the parasympathetic nervous system (right side). The ACC plays an important part of conscious reappraisal of emotions such as shame/empathy and anger/strength for the ARAS (Super conscious). Note: The amygdala, bulb at bottom not shown in pic.., is where The Cinguate Gyrus (CAN) first receives perceptions from the mind via the thymus, via the peripheral cranial/CNS nerves, then onto the ACC. A hyper-, hypo- amygdala works harder and the VACC can get dysregulated (shame mainly). The exact role of the Anterior Cingulate Cortex (ACC-shame) in executive functions is still debated, with  most prominent theories suggesting a role in cognitive control,  including error detection, conflict monitoring, and/or task switching [Retrieved from].


See Auditory Neuroscience:

10 – 2.0 ACC & Cinguate Gyrus (CAN) illustration

NOTE: (HPA) Hypothalamic–Pituitary–Adrenal and Vibrating the Soma Chakra & Anger

The hypothalamic–pituitary–adrenal axis is a complex set of direct influences and feedback interactions among three components: the hypothalamus, the pituitary gland, and the adrenal glands associated with the soma chakra and anger. These organs and their interactions constitute the HPA (anger) axis, a major neuroendocrine system that controls reactions to stress and regulates many body processes, including digestion, the immune system and the sympathetic nervous system (frontal lobe/left side). Note: Like above, the amygdala, bulb at bottom not shown in pic.., is where The Cinguate Gyrus (CAN) first receives perceptions from the mind (cellular memory- anger mainly) via the thymus, via the peripheral cranial/CNS nerves, then onto the ACC. [Retrieved from The Brain Network Driving Changes in Consciousness —FeaturedNeuroscience·December 28, 2020, et al. “The Brain Network Driving Changes in Consciousness.” Neuroscience News, 28 Dec. 2020,;]

11 – 2.1 HPA illustration

Vagus Nerve and Vibrating the Soma and Alta Major Chakra

The vagus nerve- is one of the cranial nerves that connect the brain to the body. More specifically, it’s the connection between the brain and the gastrointestinal tract. Likewise, the vagus nerve has two bunches of sensory nerve cell bodies, and it connects the brainstem to the body and vagal nerves carry somatic and visceral afferents that can alter the activity of the brainstem at the point of the reticular activation centers (RAS). Remember the CAN: RAS & ACC (shame)/HPA (anger) also allows the brain to monitor and receive information about several of the body’s different functions and matters of the mind including the perceptions and filters of the parasympathetic (shame), sympathetic (anger) & total (anger/shame) response system during stress such as reading. When you activate the chakras (energy centers-wheels, major 8 and soma/alta major- HPA (anger)/ACC(shame)) and normalize, balance the vagal tone and electromagnetic field, it will stop the “epigenome” which are again the collection of chemicals markers (focus: inherently dyslexia). This interruption allows the body to then calm, be healthy, resilient, gain positive attitudes (joy, bliss, and happiness) and make learning more pleasurable and effective; therefore, also the Reticular Activating System (RAS) needs to be activated via the vagus nerve (thymus- vagus nerve chakra).


The ascending reticular activating system (ARAS- chakras 13+) itself is on the cerebral cortex and is responsible for the achievement of super consciousness (higher transpersonal self) . Note: The ARAS doesn’t fully develop in the brain until variably, around the ages 21–24 years old (Fowler, J.W. 1998). [“Fowler Faith Stages.” Encyclopedia of the Sciences of Learning, 2012, pp. 1323–1323., doi:10.1007/978-1-4419-1428-6_].


Jamieson, Mendes, Blackstock, and Schmader (2009) studies demonstrate instructions for the other group of students stated that people often feel anxiety during test taking but did not suggest how to reinterpret this experience. The results of this manipulation were striking. Students who were told how to “reappraise” the feelings they experienced during the test had significantly better performance on the math section of the practice GRE in the laboratory compared to students who were not told how to interpret their anxiety. Knowing how to reappraise or reinterpret the arousal experienced during testing appears to have had a dramatic effect on performance.30

However, the processes are also “top down” because the amygdala depends on input from the cerebral cortex to  evaluate  information  as  threatening  or  benign.  As  this  example  of  bi-directionality  in  the  nervous  system  suggests,  emotion  and  cognition  are  so  intertwined  that  disentangling  them  is  rarely  practical  or  useful. 28

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“Disorders of consciousness (DOC) represent a big and multi-perspective challenge of contemporary clinical neuroscience. First, measuring consciousness and identifying the mechanisms of unconsciousness are still open issues that neuroimaging and neurophysiology are trying to answer with different and complementary approaches.” [Retrieved from];]


“In your relationships with one another, have the same mindset as Christ Jesus.” Phillippians 2:5

12 – 2.2 Vagus Nerve Chakra  (energy centers-wheels, Upper Heart Chakra-Thymus) illustration Note: includes Soma and Alta Major chakras

“Exogenous prenatal  risks are evident (e.g. valproate and toxic  chemicals) or possible  (e.g. selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors),  and processes  endogenous to the materno-foeto-placental unit (e.g.  maternal diabetes,  enhanced steroidogenic activities and maternal immune  activation) likely heighten offspring vulnerability to ASC.” [Retrieved from].

Corpus Callosum- Crown Chakra

Corpus callosum- links both hemispheres and to varying degrees. Hence, students might have a lateral cognitive dominance of the functioning system- the students with the right-hemisphere dominance have Parasympathetic Functional System Dominance (PFD) and might have dysphonetic dyslexia because language and analysis (break down category and sequencing) which is a left-hemisphere task: therefore, students with right-hemisphere dominance might have high functioning autism, can have language deficits such as dsyphonetic (auditory) dyslexia.


Also, Note: The left and right side of the cortex are not equally thick in younger  brains – a phenomenon called “cortical asymmetry”. Asymmetry is  seemingly a good thing, as it allows the brain to function optimally, as  the left and right brain are specialized to do slightly different jobs. The researchers found cortical asymmetry is lost as we age, proving that  the two sides of the brain deteriorate at different rates. In the exact  same brain regions as in normal aging, they found the left side of the  brain shrinks faster in Alzheimer’s disease.  [Retrieved from].


Also Epilepsy Cells signaling memory strength had lower selectivity if located within a right-hemisphere [Retrieved from].


Unilateral Neglect (or Hemispatial Neglect)/Total Functioning System Dominance (TFD)- student might have high-functioning autism along with other learning differences (below). Someone prominent in right-brain (ACC) has an unawareness of objects to one side of the body or personal space. In severe cases, a side can be completely ignored when carrying out certain tasks and everyday functions such as writing, so may have dysgraphia. But another important brain function is controlled by either the right side of your brain or the left side of your brain, depending on your handedness.

Sympathetic Functioning System Dominance (SFD) student has total (see below) or left corpus callosum dysfunction then having a total right or left-lateral hemisphere dominance (HPA), evaluation (specifically color, shape, size & dimension) is a right-hemisphere task; those with a Sympathetic Functioning System Dominance (SFD) therefore, might have autism, Irlen Syndrome, and dsyeidetic (visual) dyslexia.

Unilateral Neglect (or Hemispatial Neglect)/Total Functioning System Dominance (TFD)- students might have autism (lower functioning) along with other learning differences (below). Someone with dominant frontal lobe or the (left) dominant temporal lobe (SFD) can cause a condition called aphasia, which is a serious disturbance of speech and communication.

Functional Disconnection/ Complete Functioning System Dominance  Syndrome when the short-term memory aka “working memory” is not equalized, then the information being led by the Corpus Colosseum to the frontal lobe for executive functioning becomes deficient- when in adults hatred and grief are involved. Whether the Corpus Colosseum is underdeveloped or deficient in its development for example: there can be blockage, protein folding, insufficient synapse development (premature pruning), poor fluid to transfer synapse message, etc. Also, if the Corpus Colosseum, the “short term memory” is compromised this is also known as Mixed Brain Dominance or dysphasia and forms of autism.

Mind You Again: The Mind

With just a Sympathetic Functional System Dominance (SFD), they perceive in the mind everything with anger during stressful experiences. When they have a Parasympathetic Functional System Dominance (PFD), in the mind, they filter and attune themselves to everything with shame. When we have both anger and shame in the mind (see  child sample above), this is called a Total Learning System Dysfunction  (TLSD) which creates: this creates almost complete soul-body disconnect  (dysregulation) due to constant learning aka cognitive speed shifting  (hyper-. hypo-, and varied) which tires out the brain’s (RAS)  Rectangular Activation System (chakras 6-8th including soma and  alta-major chakras), Pons (crown chakra), and Thymus (vagus nerve  chakra) much quicker than the aligned and balanced learning brain and  body which, in turn, lessens neuroplasticity. When our very own DNA  generationally predispositions with dysfunctions of the Rectangular  Activation System, Pons, and Thymus and for learning differences (anger  and shame predispositions), ALL our systems and senses can have any dysfunctions, and therefore, we can actually have body-soul disconnection in the mind!


Mind you again, learning apathy is complicated and that the spirit-soul-body/connection-trust-love disconnection causes  maladjustment and belonging in this world. Don’t worry, our spirit,  soul, and body connection can also be complicated to a point, if we  understand that we are love and not meant for fear. Think about it this  way, when your child has a Hypo or Hyper, Total Responsive System  Dysfunction (TRSD), their learning decreases due to disconnections to  others-themselves, soul-body disconnection of consciousness, perceptions  of anger/shame along with assimilation (meaning and motivation) of those perceptions. Sadly, the students who have TRSD dysfunctions, they  can become labelled Learning Disabled amongst other labels. Therefore,  they are not learning effectively, cognitively, or behaviorally on a  conscious level nor helped in a way that is revolutionary nor effective. There’s always hope and faith in their spiritual growth:


  • Soul-body connection of consciousness is a spirit Salvation brings Joy, Peace & Hope (no longer partially or fully spiritual “dead”)


  • Spirit soul-body connection of super consciousness is a mature spirit of Eternal Life bring Rejoice, Harmony, & Faith

In regard to Spiritual Maturity, Joyce Meyer said November 16, 2021– ‘Get Yourself OFF YOUR Mind”. Then, we have respect to His glory, living by grace, and the light of God acting in His character and His Operations.


Therefore, as God’s chosen people, holy and dearly loved, clothe yourselves with compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness, and patience. Colossians 3:12 (NIV)

Chapter 3 Quantum-self: There are three forms body, soul, & spirit

True  Trinity- With-in Everyone

  • People with a neurodifference (approx. 23% of population) learn from Pathos to Ethose All “Atypical” People Learn Ethos to Pathos——–but there’s a missing third component for ALL LEARNING FOR EVERYONE The Authentic Self (thymus):


(RAS- HPA & ACC) The Body & Breath of Jesus (1st-3rd chakras)= Minister of The Word


  • The ETHOS- “the what” is the  RAS= HPA & ACC (body & brain= brain stem) processing side and short-term memory- it’s the present and the arousal of the limbic cortex such as:  ACC- amygdala, and the hippocampus. It is where our dreams come into our reality and then onto fruition, need healing to have grace and mercy and shame or fear can prohibit. Correlated with chakras 6–8th so needing empathy.


(PONS) The Heart & Breath of Holy Ghost (4-6th chakras)= Ministry of The Spirit


  • The PATHOS- “the why” is the Pons (body & mind = midbrain) which is a small part of the brain above the pons that integrates sensory information and relays it upward (RAS). Similar to the RAS, it is responsible for arousal (hyper-, hypo-, and varied) and plays a role in mood. In terms of long–term physiological changes, it is also associated with long-term memory- it’s the past and the future. This is also where dreams are centered based on our thymus and what we focus on or need healing to become pure and blameless. It is where our dreams come into our reality and then onto fruition, and grief and hatred can prohibit. Correlated with chakras 1st-8th so needing courage and compassion.


(THYMUS- “The Leb”) The Mind & Soul-Spirit Connection of God  (7-12th chakras)= Peace From God


  • THE Authentic Self (the true question/answer) is the Thymus (high heart & mind= soul) a connection of perception between all affective and behavioral cognitive experiences on a cellular level (cellular memory) including the mainstream universal emotions of anger, strength, joy, bliss, shame, empathy, courage, compassion, might, and harmony and relays it upward (PONS). It’s also where you can find the “imagination” and “intelligence” that lies within all of us of God’s Will. It’s removed veil and divine nature “God’s Divine Nature” With-In Ourselves (described here). This is where the God’s mind creates our purpose by filtering, interpreting our world and experiences which in turn creates our dreams into reality of miracles and blessings and Nothing Can Prohibit IF RECEIVED GOD. Correlated with chakra 9-12 and all the rest of the chakras.

[Retrieved from].

Using Mental or Emotional Body to Make Decisions: Means Free Will- Not at Peace With God, Yet…

The thymus brings Intelligence (God’s Affirmation- Jesus to Minister to The Word) and Imagination (God’s Intention- Holy Spirit to the ministry of The Word) into balance to form our own Beliefs (Will)- it’s ultimately the convergence of knowledge and wisdom to gain a better understanding of everything!!! -Tricia Cook

Intelligence 1)  : the ability to learn or understand or to deal with new or trying situations : reason                                                                                       also: the skilled use of reason 2) : the  ability to apply knowledge to manipulate one’s environment or to think  abstractly as measured by objective criteria (such as tests)                                                                                                             c : mental acuteness : shrewdness


Christian Science: the basic eternal quality of divine Mind

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Imagination 1 : the act or power of forming a mental image of something not present to the senses or never before wholly perceived in reality.  2a : creative ability. b : ability to confront and deal with a problem :  resourcefulness use your imagination and get us out of here.


Note: The study above that states people make decisions 10 seconds before reaches consciousness and the thymus (intelligence and imagination is based from God plus free Will). [Retrieved from]. Read here how:

Imagination”  is one of those words that inspire us. It reminds us of children  playing and Einstein claiming that it’s more important than knowledge [Intelligence].  The word gets used in a lot of ways, but for the most part, people mean  one of two things. [Retrieved from].


I say, the balance and equanimity of the two are key in union with God as anger and shame needs to be balanced with strength (mercy) and empathy (grace). -Tricia Cook

13 – NOTE: A Total Learning System Dysfunction (TLSD) and Dysregulated and Dysfunctional System Responsive System Dysfunction (RSD) works in a downward effect from RAS-PONS-THYMUS:

RAS – “The  Door” Rectangular Activation System

14 – 2.3 RAS Rectangular Activation System Note: includes Soma and Alta Major Chakras illustration

The RAS being activated via the pons, and thymus leads someone to a   “Flexible Mind”. This flexible mind is due to the transference of   “cells” and activating the synapse of the neurons to increase   neuroplasticity. A “Ridged Mind” is a closed mind- remember, if you   don’t use an “open mind”, you lose it (placidity- that is, also read  below abstract thinking).  -Tricia Cook

Vagus Nerve & RAS Vibrating Alta Major Chakra (*aka God Awareness Chakra)

The Reticular Activating System (RAS)- Ras/ HPA & ACC/Gut – to know, perceive, recognize, have, aware, cognizant, do laugh, reverence, ask, repent, reconciliation which is a network of neurons (hyper-, hypo-, or, varied) located in the brain stem that project anteriorly to the hypothalmus to mediate behavior such as sleep, memory, and learning; as well as, both posteriorly to the and directly to the cortex for activation of awake, desynchronized cortical EEG patterns. The reticular formation (part of pons-see below) is a set of interconnected nuclei that are  located throughout the brain stem. It is not anatomically well-defined,  because it includes neurons located in different parts of the brain. The  neurons of the reticular formation make up a complex set of networks in  the core of the brain stem that extend from the upper part of the  midbrain to the lower part of the medulla oblongata. The reticular  formation includes ascending pathways to the cortex in the ascending  reticular activating system and descending pathways to the spinal cord  via the reticulospinal tracts. [2]  It is holistically and spiritually known from being a center “where we can create our own reality” whether positive, negative, or neutral. Knowing: What we focus on in our mind (thymus), pons (dream center) then comes to fruition here in our RAS. The reticular activating system’s fundamental role is regulating arousal and sleep−wake transitions. The ascending projections of the reticular activating system  enhance the attentive state of the cortex and facilitate conscious  perception of sensory stimuli. Retrieved from;;].


Note: the thalamus has been found to be less passive in cognitive functions may indeed be supported by a more general role in  shaping mental representations. Several features of thalamocortical  circuits are consistent with this suggested role, and we highlight how  divergent and convergent thalamocortical and corticothalamic pathways  may complement each other to support these functions. Furthermore, the  role of the thalamus for subcortical integration is highlighted as a key  mechanism for maintaining and updating representations. [Retrieved from].


The ACC (see top)- is part of RAS (Pineal Gland, Pituitary Gland) associated with the alta major chakra and shame.

HPA (see top)-(Hypothalamic–Pituitary–Adrenal Axis) associated with the soma chakra and anger.

Both are associated with the thymus chakra aka vagus nerve chakra.


Note: Important RAS info. includes the following excerpt… ‘The RAS is said to be the gas pedal [slow (hypo-), accelerate (hyper-) or varied cognitive speed processing] that ignites the diencephalon (the hypothalamus and thalamus) as well as the cortical areas [where all long-term memory/storage takes place] of the brain’ (Petty 1996).

“Cognitive flexibility is related to our perceptions, emotions, actions and even our deep motivations. A change in environment, attitude, or  behavior will also influence the way we think. … When we are able to  make a mental shift without remaining stuck in a particular mindset,  we’re practicing mental flexibility.” [Retrieved from].


“We all have what is needed for “elastic thinking”—to a greater extent,  perhaps, than we realize. It’s just a matter of recognizing the needed  skills, Mlodinow argues, and nurturing them. He answered questions from  Mind Matters editor Gareth Cook. “[Retrieved from].

“Fix these words of mine in your hearts and minds; tie them as symbols on your hands and bind them on your foreheads.” Deuteronomy 6:8 Retrieved from

The GUT- The SECOND Brain

The gut consist of 75% of our immune system, and the microbiome refers to the collective  genomes of the micro-organisms in a particular environment, and  microbiota is the community of micro-organisms themselves (box 1).  Approximately 100 trillion micro-organisms (most of them bacteria, but  also viruses, fungi, and protozoa) exist in the human gastrointestinal  tract12—the  microbiome is now best thought of as a virtual organ of the body. The  human genome consists of about 23 000 genes, whereas the microbiome  encodes over three million genes producing thousands of metabolites,  which replace many of the functions of the host,13 consequently influencing the host’s fitness, phenotype, and health.2


The human body is composed of a complex biological system; with over 90% of microbiota cells and 10 million microbiota genes (1),   it possesses over 100 trillion bacteria, 10 times the number of human   body cells, 150 times the number of human genes, 1,000 species and over   7,000 strains (2).  [Retrieved from].


  • Microbiome—the collective genomes of the microorganisms in a particular environment
  • Microbiota—the community of microorganisms themselves
  • Microbiota diversity—a measure of how many species and, dependent on the diverse indices, how evenly distributed they are in the community. Lower  diversity is considered a marker of dysbiosis (microbial imbalance) in  the gut and has been found in autoimmune diseases and obesity and  cardio metabolic conditions, as well a in elderly people.
  • Colonocytes—epithelial cells of the colon

According to several studies, there is considerable evidence showing that the gut microbiome not only  affects the digestive, metabolic, and immune functions of the host but  also regulates host sleep and mental states through the  microbiome-gut-brain axis. Preliminary evidence indicates that  microorganisms and circadian genes can interact with each other. The  characteristics of the gastrointestinal microbiome and metabolism are  related to the host’s sleep and circadian rhythm. Moreover, emotion and  physiological stress can also affect the composition of the gut  microorganisms. The gut microbiome and inflammation may be linked to  sleep loss, circadian misalignment, affective disorders, and metabolic  disease. [Retrieved from].


Stress also exerts a great influence on the functions of our immune  system: if the immune system is somehow compromised and cannot properly  cope with physicochemical stresses [such as  food/nutrition, noise, pollution, metabolic disorder, infection, and inflammation], or if the stress exceeds the regular  adaptability of the immune system, this leads to diseased states that  may develop into fatal conditions. [Retrieved from].

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See cell health above [Retrieved from Inflammation and Repair in Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Clinical, Translational and Experimental Studies}

The enteric nervous system (ENS) is a large division of the peripheral nervous system (PNS)  that can control gastrointestinal behavior independently of central  nervous system (CNS) input. Mammalian neurons are located in either the  CNS (brain and spinal cord) or PNS (cells with SOMA outside the brainleft  and spinal cord). Retrieved from


NOTE: The Soma and Ras (see epigenetics and learning disabilities above) cells regulate bodily processes. Therefore, needing neutrality, balance, equality of the thymus for cells to function with  cytoskeleton integrity, cell  proliferation, cell differentiation, cell  adhesion, apoptosis, and cell  migration (Read About RAS, soma, alta major chakras (energy centers-wheels) and cerebral cortex above).

Pons- “The Gate”

16 – image 4.1 Pons Illustration works with RAS (*aka God Awareness Chakra)

The pons is part of the brainstem that in humans and other bipeds lies  inferior to the midbrain, superior to the medulla oblongata and anterior  to the cerebellum. [1]  The pons integrates both the medulla oblongata and the thalamus (NOTE:  the importance of conscious reappraisal of emotions (emotional  reappraisal) such as shame/empathy and anger/strength for the ARAS).  In the thalamus, students can have a slow (hypo-), accelerated (hyper-) or varied processing, and they have a problem with sensory integration disorders (corollary discharge) and emotional intensity or insensitivity with their neurodifference. The Pons, like the RAS, is responsible for arousal (hyper-, hypo- and varied). Plus, the pons connects areas of the brain that controls autonomic functions (parasympathetic (shame) /sympathetic (anger)): Acting or occurring involuntarily, without conscious control, in the somatic nervous system such as sleep and histamine inhibitors: The part of the peripheral nervous system that transmits signals from the central nervous system to skeletal muscles, and from receptors of external stimuli such as mediating sight, hearing, and touch and movement including speaking with conscious control (RAS-alta major chakra, crown chakra specifically via the thymus (Vagus Nerve Chakra) [Retrieved from].


The pons controls our breath known as ‘life’. God gave us the ‘life’, so  we can be the breath of God, leading a pure and blameless life. The  pons just doesn’t serve to help the different lobes communicate, but also  is the veil of God. The pons area also contains the trapezoid body  (RAS) where you are able to vocalize sounds. This allows us to  sing, praise and speak, and share His word- Hallelujah and Gregorian Chants and Turning Hatred/Grief into Joy: Ut Queant Laxis HERE. Note: from the (2016) study…higher-frequency LFP oscillation (CFC) is enhanced in the human brain  during high attentional demand, and has been linked to cognitive tasks  not only in cortical brain regions, but also in deep limbic structures, such as the amygdala, hippocampus, and nucleus accumbens. SEE hippocampus and olfactory sense below (Retrieved from;  (; ; ; ; ; Szczepanski et al., 2014); /12448?fbclid=IwAR0gqnyZ9b_0_ViS_yIa0186bY8Wkax6eZ_joF2fxTGLZqe8ZR5yO_pIvuI.; Structure and Function of the Brain | Boundless Psychology,


“All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness,..”

People also ask: What is the pons in the limbic system? Role of the pons in the carotid sympathetic chemoreflex?

Carotid Body. The carotid body is a chemoreceptor located in the adventitia of the bifurcation of  the common carotid artery. Chemoreceptor function: Carotid body  monitors the blood’s pH, pCO2, and pO2 and thereby modulates  cardiovascular and respiratory function primarily through sympathetic  tone. [Retrieved from].

The carotid chemoreceptor (CC) controls your breathing during exercise, The mass discharges of the splanchnic sympathetic (SND) and phrenic  nerves (PND) were recorded in urethananesthetized rats with resected  vagal and aortic nerves. Carotid chemoreceptor (CC) stimulation with N2  inhalation (4-12 s) or cyanide (50-100 micrograms/kg iv) activated SND  in bursts synchronized with the postinspiratory phase (mean SND  increase: 105 +/- 8%), raised AP, and increased PND rate and amplitude  (n = 40). Brain transection at superior collicular level produced no  effect. The sympathetic (SChR) and respiratory chemoreflexes (RChR) were  reduced after transections through the pons. Lesions of the  dorsolateral pons (dl-pons) produced CO2-dependent apneusis and/or  tachypnea at rest. [Retrieved from].

The  archipallium or primitive (“reptilian”) brain, comprising the  structures of the brain stem – medulla, pons, cerebellum, mesencephalon,  the oldest basal nuclei – the globus pallidus and the olfactory bulbs.  The paleopallium or intermediate (“old mammalian”) brain, comprising the  structures of the limbic system. Note: This is study on dopamine and exercise-induced changes in the DA-D2R in the dopamine-depleted basal  ganglia are consistent with the potential role of this receptor in  modulating medium spiny neurons (MSNs) function and behavioral recovery.  The primary conclusion of our study is that exercise in the form of  intensive treadmill running facilitates neuroplasticity through  increased expression of striatal DA-D2Rs, a process most evident in the  injured brain. [Retieved from]. Note: In my program, I emphasize yoga, tai chi,qigong type exercises when in the stage of recognition of soul and intents- which works on the cellular level!


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Since the pons and the thymus (see below) as well as the RAS work together, Students with  (anger) Sympathetic Functional System Dominance (SFD) can have problems “Seeing God” (God’s Energy- lucid dreams, “bind on forehead”) and “feeling worthy” to be called on by God (Aphantasia)- for God awareness they need circumstantial evidence or can go to extreme become ulta-religious constantly “breaking down” the Bible and religion or non-religious completely. Those with a (shame) Parasympathetic Functional System Dominance (PFD) have difficulties with reliance and resilience that’s “Hearing God” (God’s Essence- symbols, voice, “tie on hands”) and “feeling enough” to be chosen by God- for God awareness being calm in the mind- being present and ruminating on past/future a must. (PONS is addressed more in My ELBERT program: includes PYAM & RAS exercises body, breath, calm through Prayer, Yoga, Affirmation, and Meditation which connects us to God- see section below). Note: Students with Sympathetic Functional System Dominance (SFD) and Parasympathetic Functional System Dominance (PFD) have high allergy rates and sleep disturbances (see other complications below).


  • Image 4.1a & 4.1b II Pons Axial Section and Peripheral Nervous System illustration which contains the Glia, also called glial cells or neuroglia, are non-neuronal cells in the central nervous system (brain and spinal cord) and the peripheral nervous system. Note: The cranial nerves are controlled by the vagus of the peripheral nervous system. see 4.1b Peripheral Nervous System illustration (see the EM Field- The Senses and Chakras, Vagal Tone above)

17 – 4.1b Peripheral Nervous System illustration


(peripheral sends info. to CNS- has effect on CNS as well as EM Field  aka “the senses”)

18 – Image 4.1a Pons Axial illustration

Note: For those with Dysphonetic (auditory) and Dsyeidetic (visual-surface) Dyslexia, the medial longitudinal fasciculus of the pons carries information about the direction that the eyes should move. It connects the cranial nerve nuclei III (Oculomotor nerve), IV (Trochlear nerve) and VI (Abducens nerve) together, and integrates movements directed by the gaze centers (frontal eye field) and information about head movement (from cranial VIII, Vestibulocochlear nerve- which The vestibulocochlear nerve is unusual in that it primarily consists of bipolar neurons. It is the nerve responsible for the special senses of hearing (via the cochlear nerve), and balance (via the vestibular nerve). Then, the cochlea detects the magnitude and frequency of sound waves. Students with dyslexia have tendency for speech deficits and chronic ear infections, auditory as well as visual processing issues in the terms of being a sound and word processing disorder. Note: In some cases, it’s sometimes coordination, balance, and conflicting signals in the inner ear, eyes, and sensory receptors.

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In addition, these Brodmanns [see Ras and Pons above] have been widely redefined, discussed,  debated, and refined exhaustively based on cytoarchitecture, cortical  functions, and brain plasticity. Brodmann areas of the cerebral cortex are based on the types of neurons  and connections that typically found each region. For Dyslexia this includes the left hemisphere language zones of their brain, (ie  anatomic regions called Superior Temporal Gyrus, Angular Gyrus and  Supramarginal gyrus, Broca’s region). There are 52  Brodmann  regions, covering the primary somatosensory cortex, primary motor  cortex, somatosensory association cortex, premotor and supplementary  motor cortex, dorsolateral/anterior prefrontal cortex, anterior  prefrontal cortex, and primary visual and audio cortexes, plus  additional areas. BA18 of Brodmann (human) refers to a subdivision of the cytoarchitecturally defined occipital region of cerebral cortex. In the human it is located in parts of the cuneus, the lingual gyrus and the middle occipital gyrus of the occipital lobe. Brodmann area 22 is cytoarchitecturally located in the posterior superior temporal gyrus of the brain. In the left cerebral hemisphere, it is one portion of Wernicke’s area. The prefrontal cortex contains Brodmann areas  is thought to be involved in psychological functions such as executive  tasks, attention, and memory. This Research Topic, since they are the most rostral, and might be  involved in more elementary computations as compared to, say, BA46,  which is clearly involved in working memory. Also, Brodmann area 10 (BA10, frontopolar prefrontal cortex, rostrolateral prefrontal cortex, or anterior prefrontal cortex, the  area is “described as “one of the least well-understood regions of the human brain”.[2] Ronel (2018) conducted a similar analysis for ADHD, in terms of 4 types  of selection/inhibition (lateral BA 8 – motor selection/inhibition;  lateral BA 9 – emotion selection/inhibition; lateral BA 10 – memory  selection/inhibition; lateral BA 11 – sensory selection/inhibition). Present research suggests that it is involved in strategic processes in memory recall and various executive functions. During  human evolution, the functions in this area resulted in its expansion relative to the rest of the brain.[3]” [Retrieved from]


“Just as we live our life out of memory, thinking and dwelling in the  past as  a way of creating the future in the present by using the same  idea to  create a new variation, our body is regenerated and sustained  out of  the same memory. The mind forms an astral image as a hologram  that  imprints the etheric body with the information of that image.” [Retrieved from HERE;;].

Thymus- “The Second Gate”

20 – image 4.2 thymus illustration works with RAS illustration


(has an effect to peripheral, Vagus Nerve, CNS-  as well as EM Field  aka “the senses”)

Thymus (12th chakra and all chakras, high heart & mind)-Upper or Higher Heart Chakra (*aka God Unity Chakra, Ascension Chakra, Vagus Nerve Chakra). It is the “one” umpire known as the mind. Thymus- to be, have, belong, remain, imagine living in love (wisdom, curiosity, “intellect”, connect)-It is known as “the seat of the soul”, and our Higher Intelligence & Imagination or “The Mind”- for the fact that it: holds a record of traumatic or painful events, dimensional to the subliminal content (see intelligence model below) and ancestral narration (see imagination).   High Heart Chakra, also called the ascended heart chakra, is connected with an organ: the thymus gland which before birth and throughout childhood (largest in the teen years-dormant at 50 years old). The thymus is a specialized primary  lymphoid organ of the immune  system. Within the thymus, thymus cell lymphocytes or T cells mature. T  cells are critical to the adaptive immune system, where the body adapts  specifically to foreign invaders. The thymus is located in the  upper  front part of the chest, in the anterior superior mediastinum, behind  the sternum, and in front of the heart. It is made up of two lobes, each  consisting of a central medulla and an outer cortex, surrounded by a  capsule. [2] The thymus is instrumental in the production and maturation of T-lymphocytes or T cells, a specific type of white blood cell that protects the body from certain threats, including viruses and infections; It plays a role in immunity, autoimmunity, and aging (it’s basically our twin flame and fountain of youth). It’s made up of a scheme showing development of branchial epithelial bodies from the  thoracic cavity of the foetus. I, II, III, IV. Branchial pouches. [4] The  human leukocyte antigen (HLA) system or complex is a complex of genes  on chromosome 6 in humans which encode cell-surface proteins responsible  for the regulation of the immune system.[1] The HLA system is also known as the human version of the major histocompatibility complex (MHC)  found in many animals.[2] More importanmtly, the “soul that is the seat of the mind”.  [Retrieved from;;;].


The Thymus and High Heart & Gut Relation

For spiritual mindset….”a healthy spiritual heart (intellect, emotion, will) [thymus] is at the center of  one’s inner being (soul) and is vital for a healthy soul, serving as  the “fountain” of all moral attitudes and actions.”

Inward. Man or Part- in´wẽrd  : A Pauline term, nearly identical with the “hidden man of the heart”  (1 Peter 3:4 ). The Greek original, ὁ ἒσω (also ἒσωθεν )ἂνθρωπος ,  ho ésō (ésōthen ‘ ánthrōpos (Romans 7:22 ) is lexigraphically  defined “the internal man,” i.e. “soul,” “conscience.” It is the  immaterial part of man – mind, spirit – in distinction from the “outward  man” which “perishes” (2 Corinthians 4:16 the King James Version). As  the seat of spiritual influences it is the sphere in which the Holy Spirit does His renewing and saving work (see the chakras- wheels) (Ephesians 3:16 ). The term  “inward man” cannot be used interchangeably with “the new man,” for it  may still be “corrupt,” and subject to “vanity” and “alienated from the  life of God.” Briefly stated, it is mind, soul, spirit – God’s image in  man – man’s higher nature, intellectual, moral, and spiritual. A  symbolic expression in the Old Testament represented by three Hebrew  words: חדר , ḥedher, “chamber,” hence, inmost bowels or breast; טחות ,  tuḥōth , “the reins”; קרב , ḳerebh , “midst,” “middle,” hence, heart  . Once in the New Testament ( ἒσωθεν , ésōthen , “from within,”  Luke 11:39 ). The viscera (heart, liver, kidneys) [the internal organs in the main cavities of the body, especially those in the abdomen, e.g. the intestines aka “the gut”] were supposed by the  ancients to be the seat of the mind, feelings, affections: the highest  organs of the psyche , “the soul.” The term includes the intellect  (“wisdom in the inward parts,” Job 38:36 ); the moral nature (“inward  part is very wickedness,” Psalms 5:9 ); the spiritual (“my law in their  inward parts,” Jeremiah 31:33 ). Its adverbial equivalent in Biblical  use is “inwardly.” INWARD , MAN (which see) is identical in meaning.


“And  he who searches our hearts knows the mind of the Spirit, because the  Spirit intercedes for God’s people in accordance with the will of God.” Romans 8:27 Retrieved from

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Thymus Ancient Extracellular Signaling Molecule Matrix (ECM)


The thymus includes ancient  extracellular signalling  molecules which are cues, such as growth factors, hormones, cytokines,  extracellular matrix components and neurotransmitters, designed to transmit specific information to target cells. Increasing knowledge about the roles of extracellular matrix and its components in the nervous system development and disease is important  from the therapeutic viewpoint. Activation of signaling cascades  underlying reorganization of the extracellular matrix and stimulation of  neuronal plasticity is an achievable goal and a promising approach for  treatment of acute and chronic neurodegenerative disorders. Recent data  suggest that extracellular matrix proteases modifying cell recognition  molecules on the neuronal surface, modulate synaptogenesis and  plasticity during development and neurorepair. [Retrieved from;].


A new study reveals how adipocytes, or fat cells, play a role in  cognitive decline and increased neurodegeneration risks. Using  genetically modified mouse models, researchers found oxidative stress  through exposure to a Western diet increased the production of  inflammatory cytokines confined to adipocytes and altered protein  markers of memory and cognition in the hippocampus. [Retrieved from].


As well, sympathetic [Anger] innervation of the thymus originates from the superior  cervical and stellate ganglion. These fibers travel in a plexus along  large blood vessels until they enter the thymic capsule. Parasympathetic  fibers  [Shame]  arise from the vagus, recurrent laryngeal, and phrenic nerves.  Several rodent studies have found that thymocytes respond to stimuli via  norepinephrine, dopamine, acetylcholine, neuropeptide Y, vasoactive  intestinal peptide, calcitonin gene-related peptide, and substance P.[2][6][2] [Retrieved from].


Research on the molecular and cellular basis of learning and memory has  focused on the mechanisms that underlie the induction and expression of  synaptic plasticity. There is increasing evidence that structural  changes at the synapse are associated with synaptic plasticity and that  extracellular matrix (ECM) components and cell adhesion molecules are  associated with these changes (Retrieved from HERE).


“May our Lord Jesus Christ himself and God our Father, who loved us and by his grace gave us eternal encouragement and good hope, encourage your hearts and strengthen you in every good deed and word.”

2 Thessalonians 2:16-17

The Thymus aka Leb, Lebab Cont.

The leb is “:The Veil”, of the five senses, also what enters the body, and absolutely essential for physical life and  health, so too a healthy spiritual heart (mind (intellect), emotion (imagination), will (“ego”-good/love & bad/fear)) is at the center of one’s inner being (soul)  is vital for a healthy  soul, serving as the “fountain” of all moral attitudes and actions. The invisible realm of the spirit is as real as the visible world. In  fact, the Scripture tells us that it is even more real (Hebrews 11:3).  And just as God gave us five natural senses to interact with the  physical world, He gave us five spiritual senses to connect with the  supernatural world. The Leb- high heart, mind and “the gut” which is the bodily organ by means of which the raw data of experience is shaped into thoughts, concepts, or judgments.


The puritan, John Flavel said, it’s light of the understanding, recognitions of the memory, seat of principles and the fountain of actions. John MacArthur – The “heart” commonly refers to the mind as the center of thinking and reason (Pr 3:36:21;7:3), but also includes the emotions (Pr 15:1530), the will (Pr 11:2014:14), and thus, the whole inner being (Pr 3:5). The leb aka heart and mind carries along several other organs of the body (cf. ear and eyes already in Pr 4:2021) mentioned frequently in wisdom instruction: mouth, lips, and eyes (parallel to “eyelids” or “orbs” in Pr 4:25), mouth, lips, and even the foot and hand. The heart is the depository of all wisdom and the source of whatever affects speech (Pr 4:24), sight (Pr 4:25), and conduct (Pr 4:2627).


“Our mind [“leb”] receives information that it turns into emotional thoughts that  act as a blueprint for shaping our material body, both inwardly and  outwardly. We literally become what we think and imagine.” Retrieved from


Our Euphraino, “the flexible mind”,  relies on The Truth in The gospel lies in your belief in Jesus’ coming to earth…please read below and think about how our subjective, discriminative  knowledge and wisdom leads to understanding everything in terms of the following:


  • His Intention:                         His Affirmation:
  • Transmutation    =======   Authority      (RAS)
  • Revelation   ==========    Power           (Pons)
  • Salvation  ===========   Transformation      (Thymus)
  • Honor  ============     Magnificence        (ARAS)


He makes them listen to correction and commands… In the past God overlooked such ignorance, but now he commands all people…


Note: The thymus (thymus chakra) brings Intelligence (God’s Affirmation- “mental acuteness”) and  Imagination (God’s Intention- “perceived reality”) to balance to form our own Beliefs (Will)- it’s ultimately the convergence of knowledge and wisdom to gain a better understanding of everything!!! Read here how:


Peace  I leave with you; my peace I give you. I do not give to you as the  world gives. Do not let your hearts be troubled and do not be afraid. John  14:27

Who are considered the Neurodiverse?

What is neurodiversity? Individual differences in brain functioning regarded as normal variations within the human population because of genes, environmental, and intersecting factors. Intersecting identities is the concept that an individual’s identity  consists of multiple, intersecting factors, including but not limited  to gender identity, gender expression, race, ethnicity, class (past and  present), religious beliefs, sexual identity and sexual expression. [Retrieved from].




Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD)


Developmental Language Disorder (DLD)


Benign Rolandic Epilepsy (BRE)


Autism Spectrum Condition (ASC)

Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FASD)

Attention Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

Visual Impairment (VI)

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS)




Hearing Impairment (HI)

Tic Disorders

Joint Hypermobility Syndrome (JHS)


Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PSTD)

Anxiety Disorder

Personality Disorders

Bipolar Disorder (BPD)

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)







Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)


Huntingdons Chorea


Motor Neuron Disease (MND)

Cerebral Vascular Accident (CVA)


Learn more:

  • Childhood trauma
  • Dissemination Evidence-based treatment
  • Learning collaborative

Evidence-based mental health interventions for traumatized youth: A st… 


Retrieved from; American Psychiatric Association (1994) DSM-IV-TR Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. Washington DC, APA,

Specific Leaning Disability (SLD) “An estimated 80 percent of those with learning disorders have reading  disorder in particular (commonly referred to as dyslexia). One-third of  people with learning disabilities are estimated to also have  attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).”


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Autism Spectrum Condition (ASC) ” Exogenous prenatal risks are evident (e.g. valproate and toxic  chemicals) or possible (e.g. selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors),  and processes endogenous to the materno-foeto-placental unit (e.g.  maternal diabetes, enhanced steroidogenic activities and maternal immune  activation) likely heighten offspring vulnerability to ASC.” [Retrieved from].


Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) include fatigue, even with too much sleep, and weight gain  associated with overeating and carbohydrate cravings. SAD may begin at any age, but it typically starts when a person is between ages 18 and 30. SAD symptoms can  vary from mild to severe and can include many symptoms similar to major  , such as:

  • Feelingsad or having a depressed mood
  • Loss of interest or pleasure in activities once enjoyed
  • Changes in appetite; usually eating more, craving carbohydrates
  • Change in sleep; usually sleeping too much
  • Loss of energy or increased fatigue despite increased sleep hours
  • Increase in purposeless physical activity (e.g., inability to sit still, pacing,  hand writing) or slowed movements or speech (these actions must be  severe enough to be observable to others)
  • Feeling worthless or guilty
  • Difficultythinking, concentrating, or making decisions
  • Thoughtsof death or suicide

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PTSD- Many advances in science have been made in the last decade to better  explain the pathogenesis of PTSD. Advances in the brain imaging method  have allowed us to study changes in patients’ brains in a non-invasive  way. Recent studies have observed the activity or morphology changes of  several brain regions in patients with PTSD, including the prefrontal  lobe, amygdala, hippocampus. However, it is still unclear how these  changes in brain regions are linked to PTSD. Further research needs to  be conducted to understand the function of brain regions during the  development of PTSD. Also, people can develop PTSD, depression, or both  as a result of a major traumatic event. The  hypothalamic–pituitary–adrenal axis (HPA axis) may play an important  role in such a difference (see HPA and anger above). [Retrieved from].


For many people, a traumatic experience can leave an indelible  impression on the brain in the form of post-traumatic stress disorder  (PTSD). PTSD is characterized by hyperarousal and avoidance of risky,  potentially aversive behaviors. [Retrieved from].


Dysthymia- People  with untreated ADHD can suffer from dysthymia — a mild but long-term  mood disorder or sadness. It is often brought on by living with the  frustrations, failures, negative feedback, and stresses of life due to  untreated or inadequately treated ADHD. People who are dysthymic suffer  almost every day from low energy and self-esteem. [Retrieved from‘].


“According to Erik Erikson,  during the first years of school, every child must resolve the  conflicts between a positive self-image and feelings of inferiority. If  children succeed in school, they will develop positive feelings about  themselves and believe that they can succeed in life” [Retrieved from].


Likewise, this study aims to investigate the emotional perspective of having  Dyslexia, a specific learning difficulty that not only affects literacy  but many aspects of an individual’s life, from childhood into adulthood [Retrieved from].

A study of human brain tissue suggests clinical depression reduces the quantity of astrocyte cells in key regions

Depression (major depressive disorder) is a common  and serious medical illness that negatively affects how you feel, the  way you think and how you act. Fortunately, it is also treatable.  Depression causes feelings of sadness and/or a loss of interest in  activities once enjoyed. It can lead to a variety of emotional and  physical problems and can decrease a person’s ability to function at  work and at home. [Retrieved from]


In a present study, “The researchers were particularly interested in three brain regions, the  dorsomedial prefrontal cortex (see Ras- HPA), dorsal caudate nucleus and mediodorsal  thalamus  (see Ras- ACC), which have been implicated in depression  (see Pons).” (*see mainly HPA-anger/ACC-shame related to RAS in section above related to Pons and Thymus) Retrieved from by Eric W. Dolan; May 4, 2021in Cognitive Science, Depression.

22 – dorsomedial prefrontal cortex controlled subconsciously by HPA (anger)

23 – dorsal caudate nucleus controlled subconsciously by ACC (shame)

24 – mediodorsal thalamus controlled subconsciously by PONS (anger/shame)

The gut microbiota forms part of a complex network termed the  microbiota-gut-brain axis along with the enteric nervous system,  sympathetic and parasympathetic divisions of the autonomic nervous  system, neuroendocrine and neuroimmune components the central nervous  system. The gut microbiota is associated with…The gut microbiota forms part of a complex network  termed the microbiota-gut-brain axis along with the enteric nervous  system, sympathetic and parasympathetic divisions of the autonomic  nervous system, neuroendocrine and neuroimmune components the central  nervous system. The gut microbiota is associated with neuropsychiatric  disorder such as schizophrenia, autistic disorders, anxiety disorders,  major depression and bipolar disorder. Major depressive disorder is a stress-related mood disorder associated  with a disrupted HPA axis, and evidence suggests that the gut microbiota  play a key role in modulating depression. Bipolar disorder is a severe  psychiatric disorder with dysfunctions of neuroimmune system which also  suggest the brain-gut-microbiota axis is an important physiological  mechanism. (See  Dysautonomia, HPA and anger above).


Communication from gut to brain occurs through tryptophan,  an essential building block of serotonin. Serotonin is key in  regulating mood, eating, and sleep patterns. There is limited storage  capacity for tryptophan in the brain, and a constant supply is required  from the gut. It was once believed that tryptophan came strictly from  diet alone, but what research has shown is that gut microbiota,  particularly Bifidobacterium, produces tryptophan and increases its levels in the bloodstream. This study below has since been replicated, adding to global evidence linking  the microbiome-gut-brain axis to stress and mental health disorders. Low  diversity in the gut microbiota is now considered a significant  biomarker for major depressive disorder. Other mental health and  neurodegenerative disorders with significant microbiome-gut-brain ties  include: post-traumatic stress disorder, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, Parkinson’s disease, and autism. The microbiome-gut-brain axis also plays a critical role in irritable bowel syndrome, and in understanding the link between mental health disorders and physical illness, such as depression or anxiety co-occurring with inflammatory bowel disease. (Retrieved from].


Lastly,  potential  mechanism include changes in microbial content, immune  stimulation, neural pathways (via the vagus nerve), tryptophan  metabolism, gut hormonal response, and bacterial metabolites.


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Most people are unaware of the connection between dyslexia and ADD or ADHD. It has been estimated that between 30 – 60% of kids with dyslexia also have either ADD or ADHD.


“Challenges with processing emotions start  in the brain itself. Sometimes the working memory impairments of ADHD  allow a momentary emotion to become too strong, flooding the brain with  one intense emotion.” Thomas Brown, Ph.D.


Brain imaging studies demonstrate that  chemicals that activate reward-recognizing circuits in the brain tend to  bind on significantly fewer receptor sites in people with ADHD than do  those in a comparison group. People with ADHD are less able  to anticipate pleasure or register satisfaction with tasks for which the  payoff is delayed.


Few doctors factor in emotional challenges  when making an ADHD diagnosis. In fact, current diagnostic criteria for  ADHD include no mention of “problems with emotions.” Yet recent research  reveals that those with ADHD have significantly more difficulty with  low frustration tolerance, impatience, hot temper, and excitability than  a control group.  Sometimes the working memory impairments of  ADHD allow a momentary emotion to become too strong. At other times,  working memory impairments leave the person with  insufficient sensitivity to the importance of a particular emotion  because he or she hasn’t kept other relevant information in mind. Challenges with emotions start in the brain itself. Sometimes the working memory impairments  of ADHD allow a momentary emotion to become too strong, flooding the  brain with one intense emotion [emotional intensity or insensitivity]. At other times, the person with  ADHD seems insensitive or unaware of the emotions of others.  Brain connectivity networks carrying information related to emotion seem  to be somewhat more limited in individuals with ADHD.



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Rejection (Anger/Shame) & Abandonment (Hatred/Grief): Causing Injury to Spirit & Soul

In case you are not completely sure about the difference between the two;  the spirit is our power source. When we die, our spirits leave our  bodies. Our spirit has emotions and memories and is where we experience  God’s presence. Our soul is our mind, will, and emotions. This part of  us dies with our bodies, though the memories are still carried in our  spirit. Given that we have two different operating systems, it is no  wonder that God’s word acts as a sword to divide soul and spirit. [Retrieved from]


I believe it is important to make distinctions between the two, in part because healing from each of them takes different approaches.  Soulish wounds are common and are often in the realm of what I call  experiential knowledge. We get our feelings hurt, and forgiveness or  repentance helps to heal the pain. Sometimes facing the injuries in our soul is a necessary growth experience. Facing  our fears, learning to handle anger, and controlling our responses to  emotional pain are an integral part of the maturing process.

Injuries of the spirit, however, are more difficult to locate and more difficult to heal.  In order to fully explore this kind of injury, the nature of the spirit  must be understood. Our spirits are our life source. When we become  born again, it happens in the arena of the spirit. God unplugs from our human power source and plugs into His power. It  is in our spirits that we feel God’s presence and hear His voice.  Injuries to our spirits can interrupt our ability to experience God  fully, though not always. [Retrieved from].

AVOID Insensibility: Nurture Their Godly Nature

Anhedonia presents itself in a myriad of disease processes. Anhedonia is the inability to feel pleasure.  It’s a common symptom of depression, as well as other mental health  disorders. Most people understand what pleasure feels like. They expect  certain things in life to make them happy, causing temporal sins and suffer from “mental attitude sin”. [Retrieved from;]


Definition of insensitive

: lacking feeling or tact

so insensitive as to laugh at someone in pain


: not responsive or susceptible

insensitive to the demands of the public


: not physically or chemically sensitive


Basically, I’ve observed learning apathy when just stop caring for others and having emotional agility- They may believe nothing matters especially learning and school; as someone anonymous had written to me, ‘their soul implodes upon itself’!! There’s a lot to be said  for Maria Montessori’s observations of trusting the universe along with  ‘the child’. If we love and trust our children, this becomes their  inner thoughts, ideas, feeling, intents, dreams, and perspectives. When  they trust their own mind (including feelings, emotions, thoughts, ideas,  perceptions), they can experience the “gifts of dyslexia” and learn  anything the way they learn best.


NOTE: “ When your child has a Hypo- or Hyper-, Varied Responsive System Dysfunction (RSD), their learning and motivation (attunement) through their senses decreases due to disconnections to others-themselves along with soul-body disconnection…”. Also, “Relative to the hippocampus, these memories are then stored as polarities in the brain-experiences and reality of consciousness in the past, future, and present. (see RAS specially ACC above- associated with the alta major chakra and shame) ( Retrieved from


Disorders of consciousness (DOC) along with Total Functional Dominance System  (TFD), in my mind, means the leb is not matured, complete,  and unstable leading to unstable health and wellness which lends to  diseases, illnesses, learning differences and overall problems and  complications in peoples’ lives. Their  body, soul, and spirit are disconnected to God and not fully conscious  (see Universal/Supra Causal Self: Miracles and Blessings: Supra-Mundane  God-


One cause of spiritual apathy is sin in the believer’s life. When David sinned, he felt separated from God (Psalm 51:11).  As he confessed his sin to God, David prayed for God to “renew a  steadfast spirit” within him (verse 10), and he had this request: “Restore to me the joy of your salvation  and grant me a willing spirit, to sustain me” (verse 12). A believer  who feels spiritually apathetic should confess any known sin and ask for  God’s cleansing and renewal. [Retrieved from].


I want you to hear AL Rosenblum- God brought to him to me this week:


“So  do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I  will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous  right hand.” Isaiah 41:10 NIV

My suggestion, if you believe your unaware of your anger and shame, say God please make me aware of my anger and shame. -Tricia Cook

Neurometric Education

GAMMA- Devotion of Bible Study Daily

We hypothesize that, rather than participating in the temporal binding  of sensory events as seen in the cortex, gamma band activity manifested  in the RAS [I propose ARAS- if done daily] may help stabilize coherence related to arousal, providing a  stable activation state during waking and paradoxical sleep. Most of our  thoughts and actions are driven by pre-conscious processes. We  speculate that continuous sensory input will induce gamma band activity  in the RAS  (BIBLE STUDY) that could participate in the processes of pre-conscious  awareness, and provide the essential stream of information for the  formulation of many of our actions. [Retrieved from;].


*ask me about Bible Journaling, Classes for Bible Study, Note-Taking, other Literacy Intervention for kids and adults

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By Nature People Praise God “Now All Glory to God”: Holy Divine Light of Love and Honor

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NEEDING TO BE ADDRESSED- Learning Differences including Our Electromagnetic System

All of our senses and corresponding systems give us vital information about our surroundings. Our EM field gives us “sense” included in our interoception and exteroception. Exteroception is sensitivity to stimuli originating outside of the body. Sensitivity, sensitiveness, sensibility – (physiology) responsiveness to external stimuli; the faculty of sensation; “sensitivity to pain” visual modality, visual sense, vision, sight – the ability to see; the visual faculty. Interoception is the perception of sensations from inside the body and includes the perception of physical sensations related to internal organ function such as heartbeat, respiration, satiety, as well as the autonomic nervous system activity related to emotions (Vaitl 1996; Cameron 2001; Craig  2002; Barrett et al 1997). As well as, our EM and Torsion Field is “our senses” not what we think of as senses as the vehicle (ear, eyes, nose, mouth, skin, balance) that sends messages through our nerve endings, CNS and then to the brain. Our EM and Torsion Field, you will read more on later, includes our chakra system. These senses depend very closely on the thymus, ‘our mind’ to make sense of our own world and experiences, including relationships with others. Our senses give us our perceptions of our universal emotions, plus, are we going to live in fear or love. Our senses include our cellular memory and how we act. Again, for the divergent thinker it is where our mind consciousness makes our decisions, not logic.


5 Spiritual Senses- check out Rosalie P. Fink Study HERE [Retrieved from Fink, R. P., 2020. Gender, Self-Concept, and Reading Disabilities. Available at:

“Just as He gave us five natural senses, God also created us with five  spiritual senses. In these lessons, Patricia King helps you cultivate   your spiritual senses and mentors you in how to see, hear, feel, taste   and smell more of the supernatural realm that is all around you. This   course is not just about acquiring knowledge, it is meant to be a   doorway to encounters that will answer the cry of your heart to know Him   and His Kingdom more fully and intimately.” Patricia King


What is the law of conservation of energy? It states that energy can be converted in form, but not created or destroyed. I need for you to think about the universal emotions as energy that can be transformed or changed amongst being hereditarily passed down through generations and stored in the thymus (vagus nerve chakra) as well as translate into our very own DNA. Electromagnetic energy is part of our quantum-self; there are three forms of electromagnetic energy: visible light, infrared radiation, and radio waves. Let’s focus on 7 spheres of invisible light converted into visible light and ‘as you focus, so you are there in superconsciousness’ (see below) as 5 dimensional light- Glory and Victory.


7 Natural Rays Of Light

JESUS (Mental Body) RAS the aka neocortex (Body & Brain- breath). It’s the cognitive and physical “what” which is the  “The Way”.  Ras/ HPA & ACC/Gut – to know, perceive, recognize, have, aware, cognizant, do laugh (reverence, ask, repent, reconciliation)


  • 1st-3rd (Chakras 1-3) Reinforcement (Belief): Mercy & Grace Ray-Justice (pink- North- Alpha).


Holy Ghost  (Emotional Body) PONS aka limbic system  (Body & Mind- breath). It’s the affective and the physical “why” which is “The Truth”. Pons- to come, meet, move, reach, arrive, approach, advance, speak love and sing (rejoice, obedience, and good deeds)


  • Quadrant 3/ 4th (Chakras 4) Intent: Hope/Faith Ray- Praise, Self-Disciple (green- South-Beta)
  • Quadrant 2/ 5th (Chakras 5) Affirmations: Glory/Victory Ray-Heal, Love Others (blue- West-Gamma) New Humanity Consciousness
  • Quadrant 4/ 6th (Chakras 6) Connection: Divine Love/Honor Ray- Save, Love Oneself (red/orange- East-Theta)


  • God (Etherical Body) THYMUS aka reptilian (H. Heart & Mind- authentic breath). It’s the God-Soul connection, authentic self connection which is infinte “The Light”. (THYMUS) The Mind & Spirit of God 7-12 (Chakras 7-12) Absolute Holiness Ray;  The Infinite (The Seventh Seal)  Zadkeil (Purple) and Raguel (Burgundy/Orange), & The Throne (Gold). Thymus- to be, have, belong, remain, imagine living in love (wisdom, curiosity, “intellect”, connect.


God is the “The Life” so NEEDS TO BE REVERSED- But, Still Three is Key To All Learning!!!


“We  have this hope as an anchor for the soul (Power), firm (Might), and  secure (Authority). It enters the inner sanctuary behind the curtain [the veil within ourselves and inner man],” Hebrews 6:19 NIV




ANGER    transform  STRENGTH


SHAME    transform   EMPATHY



HATRED   transform  COURAGE






Leading to AUTHORITY



27 – 3.0 EM and Torsion Field illustration

The Senses Make Up Themselves & Their Corresponding Systems and Functions along with soul -body connections/ SOUL-SPIRIT CONNECTION

EM Field is our affective-spiritual components which include the following: a healthy  and functional physiological, sensory-motor systems meaning our  exteroception and interoception (“our senses”) including our sensory  system (especially visual and auditory) along with central and  peripheral nervous systems- which is regulated by RAS & ACC/HPA,  Pons (parts of the brain), thymus and biofield (including  electromagnetic field, internal chakras).

Here is Pink’s summary of what it means to keep the heart. The reader  is advised to read the extended discussion that goes with each point  by clicking here.

  1. To “keep” the heart means striving to shut out from it all that is opposed to God…
  2. To “keep” the heart means striving to bring it into conformity with the Word…
  3. To “keep” the heart means to preserve it tender unto sin…
  4. To “keep” the heart means to look diligently after its cleansing.


The Holy Place represents the Soul of man (1 Thessalonians 5:23), and the three items of furniture (i.e., Golden Lampstand (1), Table of Showbread (1), Golden Altar of Incense  (1)) in the Holy Place represent the process that will lead to this  Truth transformation. Therefore, the Holy Place’s “Curtain Screen”  symbolically represents Jesus as “The Truth” (John 14:6). “Do  you not know that your bodies are temples of the Holy Spirit, who is in  you, whom you have received from God? You are not your own; you were  bought at a price. Therefore, honor God with your bodies.” 1 Corinthians 6:19-20 NIV


““indeed, if you call out for insight  and cry aloud for understanding,” Proverbs 2:3 NIV then you will  understand the fear of the Lord and find the knowledge of God.” Proverbs  2:5 NIV “And he said to the human race, “The fear of the Lord—that is  wisdom, and to shun evil is understanding.” Job 28:28. The  Lord God made all kinds of trees grow out of the ground—trees that wee  pleasing to the eye and good for food. In the middle of the garden were  the tree of life and the tree of the knowledge of good and evil [placed in the middle of the temples outer court].


The  tree of knowledge of good/evil:


(RAS) Knowledge


(PONS) good and evil;  Wisdom- fear the Lord


(ARAS/THYMUS)  Understanding- shun evil


Understanding and Knowledge basically, is wisdom of Good (awe of The Lord) and having the knowledge of shunning Evil (caution of The Devil).


See The 7  (Spheres of Salvation) “Orbs” of Light by Tricia Cook


“…so that you may be able to discern what is best and may be pure and blameless for the day of Christ,…”

The Veil (s)

The veil separating the Holy Place- “Inner Santuary” from the Most Holy Place is also symbolic of man’s spiritual heart [aka Thymus] (1).  Man’s spiritual heart connects the spirit and the soul, similar to the  physical brain connecting the body and a man’s soul (Hebrews 4:12). The Holy of Holies represents the Spirit of man (1 Thessalonians 5:23).  This is where God the Holy Spirit dwells in the Christian upon salvation (aka, baptized with the Holy Spirit) (1). The church of Jesus Christ is a spiritual temple made of “living stones  . . . Being built into a spiritual house to be a holy priesthood,  offering spiritual sacrifices acceptable to God through Jesus Christ” (1 Peter 2:5).  Not only is the church as a whole or as the local body the dwelling  place of God’s presence, but individual believers are also to consider  themselves the temple of God’s Holy Spirit (1 Corinthians 6:19; cf. 2 Corinthians 6:16, NLT). Lastly,  Yahweh [God] would write his  law upon the hearts of men (rather than on tables of stone), and all  would know God directly and receive his forgiveness.


Like Joel Osteen says, Remember, what people did or didn’t do to you doesn’t determine your  worth. What you did or didn’t do yourself doesn’t determine your worth,  either. Your worth comes from your Creator, the Most High God who  breathed His life into you. He crowned you with His favor. He calls you a  masterpiece. Don’t go around ashamed, guilty or condemned; shake that  off! If you’ve made a mistake, repent and do better. The next time you  think, “Shame on you,” remember that Jesus paid a great price to take  shame off you! [Retrieved from].


“Set your minds on things above, not on earthly things.”


The ARC Of The Covenant- (RAS- HPA & ACC) The Body, Heart of Jesus (1-3) Awareness The Present- Master Heaven 1  or Hell (@Judgement) and “The Physical-Mental”: Hyposensitive aka insensitivity), Awareness of Transmutation- Greek Letter A- alpha (first or primary)

Body of Christ- “The Way”-  The Door (Joy-Heart) =Gifts (The First Door- The Veil #1)


US- Earthly Patterns

Quadrant 1st-3rd Ray-Justice (pink- North)


Holy Place’s “Curtain Screen”- (PONS) Counsels/Heals, You Past/Future, “The In-Between” and “The Physical-Emotional: Hypersensitive”  (The Beautiful Gate)


“The Outer Court” represents the BODY of Man- Table of Showbread– Awareness of Revelation- Greek Letter K (Wisdom & Purity); Holy Ghost (4-6)- Our Body “The Truth” (Humble (Peace) Mind) =, Wishes /Dreams


Holy Ghost – Earthly/Universal Patterns


God- Universal/Heavenly Patterns

The Brazen Altar- “The Outer Court with Brazen Alter”-  Acceptance of Salvation- Greek Letter K- kappa (Converge or Turning Point to God’s Power and Influence)

“The Light” (Surrender (Righteousness)-Soul), Mind Of God In Your Soul= Favor of Blessings


Bronze Laver- Received Power- I AM GOD- Greek Letter X Chi  (Balance or Eternal Existence)

“The Spirit of God” (Comfort (Harmony)- Spirit)=favor of miracle



Love- Heavenly Patterns

ARAS Door #2, Second VEIL Golden Lampstand includes…


The Golden Menorah & Candlestick aka – (THYMUS) The Mind & Spirit of God  (7-12) The Future (The Seventh Seal)- The Soul and    “Balanced with Equanimity” (The Narrow Gate), includes…

Divine Gate aka The Alter of Incense (9-11th chakra)- Divine Love & Honor Union (PRPA- LH)

Divine Unity/Absolute Holiness aka “The Arc of the Covenant” and “The Blood”



Read More HERE

* see image below The Trinity- US< GOD, UNIVERSE<LOVE= THREE IN ONE Show (sight) & Tells You (hear) IN WORD ABOUT The Future So Pray; Prayer and contemplation



Contemplation is…

a : concentration on spiritual things as a form of private devotion                                                                                                             b : a state of mystical awareness of God’s being

Retrieved from


Discipline is defined as “training expected to produce a specific  character or pattern of behavior.” Discipline is not part of the sin  nature, but it is a natural component of the Christian life. The foremost of the disciplines is that involving the Word of God and  constitutes the reading, study, memorization, and meditation of  Scripture. Scripture memorization is also essential. We always have the freedom to choose what we place in our minds. The second discipline is that of prayer. Our prayers are a spiritual  communion with God through means of thanksgiving, adoration,  supplication, petition, and confession. Taken together, the spiritual disciplines of prayer and the Word will  provide us with a rewarding program which will lead to godly living,  praise, submission, service, and celebration of our salvation and the God  who provided it.  [Retrieved from].


Prayers Related To Iniquity (Generational Anger & Shame) HERE


In Luke 17:20–21,  Jesus says, “The kingdom of God does not come with observation; nor  will they say, ‘See here!’ or ‘See there!’ For indeed, the kingdom of  God is within you” (NKJV). The context of Jesus’ statement is a question  put to Him by His Pharisee detractors, who had asked when the kingdom of  God would come (verse 20).


“A large part of the spiritual life consists of observing the inner  movements of the mind, guarding the thoughts, and training the mind away  from disturbance in thought to mental.” [Retrieved from] 


“Therefore,  since we have these promises, dear friends, let us purify ourselves  from everything that contaminates body and spirit, perfecting holiness  out of reverence for God.”


“My ELBERT develops connection, trust, and love by instilling curiosity, autonomy, and attunement in our students.” by Tricia Cook

Simple Knowledge including Intelligence= Intention. Related to Lower Personal Self: The Gifts

Humble Intention means to “stretch” the mind- in the direction or towards “one’s purpose”.

God, what’s my (Your) reality? What are my gifts? (physical, emotional rational mind, personal power and will- Ego Center). The gifts are simply “your true nature” including the following:









Do your Intentions Reflect Your True Nature?


RAS ACC/HPA- Concrete Thought  (conscious develops around age 2)

I: Awareness of Transmutation

Body of Christ- “The Way” (Joy) =Gifts

  1. Affirmations of Authority
  2. I am Worthy
  3. Mercy= forgiveness, justice, knowledge, unconditional Love (releases anger/strength)
  4. I am Enough
  5. Grace= freedom, abundance, and devotion (releases shame/empathy)


Sensorimotor stage (conscious develops around age 2)- developing motor control and learning about physical objects (Piaget, 1952).

  • Physical Self (chakras 1–3): anger/strength, joy, bliss, peace, shame/empathy
  • Vestibular & Somatosensory Senses & Proprioception, Tactile Senses= RAS (chakras 6-8, body and brain)
  • dysgraphia, dysphasia, cp, self-regulation, attention & executive functioning


Including “the Senses”:

The vestibular system is a sensory system that is responsible for providing our brain with information about motion, head position, and spatial orientation; it also is involved with motor functions that allow us to keep our balance, stabilize our head and body during movement, and maintain posture. Awareness of body balance and movement are monitored by the vestibular system. The vestibular senses (the sensations of body rotation and of gravitation and movement) arise in the inner ear; the sense organs are the hair cells that send out signals over the auditory nerve. The somatosensory system is the part of the sensory system concerned with the conscious perception of touch, pressure, pain, temperature, position, movement, and vibration, which arise from the muscles, joints, skin, and fascia. The tactile stimuli are detected by mechanoreceptors and produce sensations of touch and pressure. The proprioceptive system is located in our muscles and joints. It provides us with a sense of body awareness and detects/controls force and pressure. The proprioceptive system also has an important regulatory role in sensory processing, as proprioceptive input can assist in controlling responses to sensory stimuli. The proprioceptive sense tells us about our body position. It is stimulated every time we move. Each time we use our muscles or stretch and bend our joints. Receptors for this sense are all over our body, deep within our joints and muscles. The tactile system refers to our sense of touch. Tactile doesn’t just refer to our hands! The main way we perceive this input is through our skin, which has many receptors all over our bodies for all different kinds of sensations. Tactile sense related to touch, specifically the information received from varying pressure or vibration against the skin. Tactile sensation is considered a somatic sensation, meaning it originates at the surface of the body, rather than internally. (Somatic & Vestibular Issues See Pons including Basal Ganglia Below)


Read about  Dabrowski’s Overexcitabilities in Gifted Children:


Wisdom, Including Imagination= greater certainty of purpose. Also Related to Lower Personal Self: The Dreams.

God, what are my (Your) dreams?  (creativity, visionary, aspiration, wisdom- Dream Center). Wisdom is where Revelation turns to Knowledge (glory), Understanding turns to Truth (victory) for the purpose of adoring God.


Please read the research about Abstract Thought and Eye Gazing:


PONS Abstract Thought  (spiritual conscious begins develops around age 7, makes a jump at 12)

I: Awareness of Revelation

Heart of Holy Ghost-“The Truth” (Humble) =Wishes /Dreams

  1. Affirmation Of Power
  2. I am Worthy
  3. Glory= I have Purity (harmony).

(releases hatred/courage)

  1. I am Enough
  2. Victory= I have Blamelessness (gratitude).

(releases grief/compassion)


Pre-operational stage & Concrete operational stage (spiritual conscious begins develops around age 7, makes a jump at 12)- Developing verbal skills, naming objects and reasoning skills, learn about abstract concepts, numbers, and relationships (Piaget, 1952).

  • Mental Self (chakras 4–6, cognitive brain)
  • Visual, Auditory Senses= Pons (chakras 9-11, body & mind- Note: only total functional dominance)
  • dyslexia, higher functioning autism, oppositional and aggressive behavior


The visual system comprises the sensory organ (the eye) and parts of the central nervous system for visual processing.  Again, remember the proprioception also referred to as kinaesthesia (or kinesthesia), is the sense of self-movement and body such as visual sense and the vestibular system, to create an overall representation of body position, movement, and acceleration. The auditory system is the sensory system for the sense of hearing. It includes both the sensory organs (the ears) and the auditory parts of the sensory system. The auditory parts help us to process sounds and language. Auditory sense is the ability to hear; the auditory faculty; auditory modality, sense of hearing, hearing. auditory system – the sensory system for hearing sense modality, sensory system, modality – a particular sense. (Somatic & Vestibular Issues See Pons including Basal Ganglia Below)


Including “the Senses”:

Lower Personal Self: The Wishes

  • Social/Emotional Self (chakras 6–8, soul mind)
  • Olfactory & Gustatory Senses= Thymus (12th chakra, all chakras, high heart & mind)
  • all learning difficulties, higher functioning autism, anxiety

God, what’s my (Your) purpose? What are my wishes? (Higher Purpose & Will- Acceptance of Christ Center and His Will & Purpose)


The olfactory system, or sense of smell, is the sensory system used for smelling (olfaction). Olfaction sense is one that has directly associated specific organs. Most mammals and reptiles have a main  system and an accessory olfactory system. The gustatory system is the sensory system responsible for the perception of taste and flavor. In humans, the gustatory system is composed of taste cells in the mouth (which sense the five taste modalities: salty, sweet, bitter, sour, and umami), several cranial nerves, and the gustatory cortex. There are tons of research on how olfactory & gustatory senses are related to emotions. “The fact that the olfactory system is closely linked with limbic brain regions mediating emotion, memory, and behavior (Carmichael et al., 1994; LeDoux, 2000; Eichenbaum et al., 2007)  suggests a robust pathway by which nasal breathing could even shape  rhythmic electrical activity in downstream limbic areas, with  corresponding effects on cognitive functions.” [Reteived from].


Read about  Dabrowski’s Overexcitabilities in Gifted Children:

Eager Desire for Mercy and Grace Is Related to Higher Transpersonal Self: Miracles and Blessings

God, what’s my (Your) question? What are my miracles and blessings? Eager To be in God’s Presence, One’s Faith and Hope are leads them for a deeper desire for more mercy and grace along with the Will to do charity and being in the service to others (see 1-3).


“…so that Christ may dwell in your hearts through faith. And I pray that you, being rooted and established in love,…”


THYMUS SuperConscious Thought Cont.  (around age 21–24, makes a jump at 30)

I: Acceptance of Salvation

“The Light” (Surrender)

Mind Of God In Your Soul= Favor of Blessings

  1. Affirmations of Transmutation: Faith & Hope
  2. Hope= releases trust
  3. Divine Purity of trust= cleansed, rebirth,

patience, righteous, harmony, & knowledge

  1. Faith= releases peace
  2. Divine Revelation of peace= blameless life,

virtue, reverence, and reconciliation, & wisdom


Formal operational stage: (around age 21–24, makes a jump at 30)- developing skills to reason logically and systematically (Piaget, 1952).

  • Divine UNITY of Spirit God (chakras 9–12- adults and TFSD)
  • Divine Grace & Mercy- Justice, Love; Glory & Victory-Gratitude, Purity, Blamelessness; Hope & Faith- Power, Acceptance, Curiosity
  • All mental disorders and dementia, lower functioning autism, depression

Read about  Dabrowski’s Overexcitabilities in Gifted Children:

28 – NEEDING TO BE ADDRESSED- Our Dysregulation In OUR Biofield “Our Senses” (see chakras below)

29 – 3.1 Biofield illustration

Our Chakra “Energy”-“Divine Light” Centers & System (also see Thymus- the wheel)

Soma Chakra & RAS w/ HPA

The tone “La” is spiritual Seat of Consciousness- directly related to the principle of light. Solfeggio 852 Hz. The frequency is in communication with ones’ Spirit. In Spirit of Jesus, this creates awareness and opens the person to Spiritual experiences. All knowledge manifested as “standardized field”. As a result, it opens the high heart to healing energies. On the physical plane, it’s the highest center of command for the central nervous system (Sympathetic Functioning Dominance).




Alta Major Chakra & Pons w/ ACC

This “Om” or “Aum” is of Enlightenment of the Absolute- Divine Consciousness (same as an infant/toddlers fontanel). It’s 963 Hz. It’s the infinite which is the past, present, and future. Furthermore, it vibrates the thymus, throat and skull- cerebrum including the basal ganglia, pituitary and pineal gland including all the senses. Helps with the secretion of hormones such as melatonin and serotonin. On a spiritual level, it connects us to God and the purist being of authentic-self. Also, you are enlightened that Everything is inside you and your soul’s work or purpose. (Parasympathetic Functioning Dominance). Note: The carotid body is a chemoreceptor located in the adventitia of the bifurcation of  the common carotid artery. Chemoreceptor function: Carotid body  monitors the blood’s pH, pCO2, and pO2 and thereby modulates  cardiovascular and respiratory function primarily through sympathetic  tone. Check out Alta Major Center Read More




“And just as we have borne the image of the earthly man, so shall we bear the image of the heavenly man.” 1 Corinthians 15:49 NIV

High Heart Chakra aka Vagus Nerve Chakra

Relationship Memories Appear From Cellular Memory (Thymus):

Devotion and the work need for self-abandonment- controls the lymphatic system. 639 Hz. Connection- Love and Unity. YAM- creates harmony and harmonious relationships along with brining understanding, communication, tolerance, and love. `Also, it brings inner peace.


Essential Meaning of harmony

1: the combination of different musical notes played or sung at the same time to produce a pleasing sound                                                                  She taught him how to sing harmony. [=how to sing notes that combined with other notes in a pleasing way]                a song with complicated harmonies and rhythms

2: a pleasing combination or arrangement of different things a harmony of flavors/colors


Full Definition of harmony

1a: the combination of simultaneous musical notes in a chord

She taught him how to sing harmony.

b: the structure of music with respect to the composition and progression of chords                                                                  a song with complicated harmonies and rhythms                                                                                                                 c: the science of the structure, relation, and progression of chords                                                                                                                2a: pleasing arrangement of parts : congruence a painting exhibiting harmony of color and line                                                                                b: agreement, accord when a woman’s desires are in harmony with those of her husband                                                                                c: internal calm : tranquility a period of relative harmony

3: an interweaving of different accounts into a single narrative                                                                                                             b: a systematic arrangement of parallel literary passages (as of the Gospels) for the purpose of showing agreement or harmony

4  archaic: tuneful sound : melody



ENCOURAGES THE CELLS TO COMMUNICATE- With Astral Plane to Promote Personal & Spiritual Development:

See The 7  (Spheres of Salvation) “Orbs” of Light by Tricia Cook


“Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Matthew 11:28

Learning Differences including Our Chakra Systems & The Vagal Tone

The chakras spin like a wheel which fuels our MIND (thymus) and EM and Torsion Field. The chakras spins like a wheel and sets our minds’ vagal tone (ultimately thymus) which can be Hypo- or Hyper-, Varied. The chakras need to be balanced and equalized for our mind (thymus) not to be dysregulating our senses nor other systems. When your child has a Hypo- or Hyper-, Varied  Responsive System Dysfunction (RSD), their learning and motivation (attunement) through their senses decreases due to disconnections to others-themselves along with soul-body disconnection of consciousness. The hypo-Anger Sympathetic Functional Dominance (SFD) means certain chakras (energy centers-wheels) are spinning too fast in which the lower self requires strength. The hypo-Shame Parasympathetic Functional Dominance (PFD) means they are spinning too low and need empathy. If varied Total Functional Dominance (TDF), the lower self (1st-8th chakras) are going deactivated or going inactive along with thymus and require both strength and empathy including joy, bliss, and peace. Note: the 8th chakra includes the vagus nerve (thymus), in turn includes alta major and soma chakras.


Wherever  the spirit would go, they would go, and the wheels would rise along  with them, because the spirit of the living creatures was in the wheels.


The word monergism comes from a combination of the Greek terms  for “one” and “energy.” Combined, they mean “a single force.” When  applied to salvation, monergism implies that God is entirely,  completely, and solely responsible for any person’s salvation. This view  contrasts with synergism (“a combined force”). Synergism suggests salvation is accomplished through a cooperative act of God and man. [Retrieved from]

Body (Physical, Mental & Emotional)

——————–Physical Ruled by 2nd chakra——————–

(suggestion: consciousness begins around age 2 years)

-1st chakra (base) Shame/Empathy- meaning

-2nd chakra (sacral) Peace, Bliss and Joy (happiness)- motivation

-3rd chakra (solar plexus) Anger/Strength  (can do 1 & 3 together- gaia gate)- meaning


——————-Mental Ruled by 8th chakra (RAS)——————–

(suggestion: starts to develop around age 7, big jump at age 12+)

-4th chakra (heart) Hatred/Courage- meaning

-5th chakra (throat) Grief/Compassion  (can do 4 & 5 together-earth star)

+thymus (see number 8 below)- meaning


——————Emotional (mind and cellular level) Ruled by 8th chakra (RAS)

-6th chakra (third eye)  Grace (freedoms-abundance, devotion)- motivation

-7th chakra (cosmic)  Mercy (forgiveness-release fear/unconditional love)- motivation

-8th chakra (crown) “high heart-mind=soul chakra”- Glory-gratitude/Victory-harmony (Includes the vagus nerve (thymus), in turn includes alta major and soma chakras (RAS, Pons)- ultimate motivation (soul level)

Soul- heart and mind

“With the mind we can think about God, and with the will we can chose to  believe in God, but in the heart we can realize and experience God.” Retrieved from The Leb “The Intermost Being or Soul”. lies in the thymus and is the home of both the heart and mind!!


——————–BODY-SOUL CONNECTION Ruled by 11th chakra  (ARAS)——————–

(suggestion: start to work after the age of 21+)

-9 chakra (star child) Divine Purity (Hope- cleansed, rebirth, patience, reverence, and righteous) – meaning/ motivation (spirit level)

-10th chakra (causal) Divine Revelation (Faith- blameless life, virtue, and reconciliation) – meaning/ motivation (spirit level)

-11th chakra (soul star) Divine Power (connection, curiosity, integrity, honor, and trust) & Divine Authority aka Salvation (beauty, greatness, blessings, miracles, and light) (can do 9, 10 & 11 together) – ultimate meaning/ motivation (spirit level)

——————–Authentic SOUL-SPIRIT CONNECTION——————–

(suggestion: super consciousness starts around age of 30+)

-12th chakra Divine Unity (stellar gate) gifts, wishes, blessings and miracles (peace and comfort) through Divine Love- Hope, Glory, & Mercy; Divine Honor- Faith, Victory, & Mercy


“The Lord bless you and keep you; Lord make his face shine on you and be gracious to you; Lord turn his face toward you and give you peace.” Numbers 6: 24-26

Affirmation of Faith: I am blessed. I have peace.


Jesus Christ became the new earthly temple of God (John 2:21). “For in Christ lives all the fullness of God in a human body,” says Colossians 2:9 (NLT; see also Colossians 1:19). The complete image of the invisible God is revealed in Jesus our Savior (Colossians 1:15). Yet Christ is only the initial installment of God’s indwelling presence.

Spirit- Natural Forms of Light (note: no gray or black)

Note:  There is also an etheric human energy field for the soul.


Physical field: Lowest in frequency. Regulates the human body.

Etheric field: Blueprint for the physical structure that it surrounds.

Emotional field: Regulates the emotional state of the organism.

Mental field: Processes ideas, thoughts and beliefs.

Astral field: A nexus between the physical and spiritual realms. Free of time and space.

Etheric template: Exists only on the spiritual plane and holds the highest ideals for existence.

Celestial field: Accesses universal energies and serves as a template for the etheric fields.

Causal field: Directs lower levels of existence.



3.2 Chakra illustration (see below)- NOTE: 1st is Base   (shame) and 3rd is Solar Plexus (anger); * for kids the 8th chakra   Thymus, Soma, Crown, & Alta Major is key as well as 1st & 3rd.

Note: The Earth Star and Gaila Gate (bottom two) along with Stellar Gate (top) can’t be worked-on just have to be prepared to lighter as healing goes on along with receiving honor, wisdom, and glory. Glory has indescribable attributes.


According to my friend, Vishwas Asolkar, for each stage in the process of spiritual growth you need ‘the purity of thoughts, cleansing process and meditation at such phases which are continuous and dynamically evolving.’ Also, ‘Perhaps, we can develop Cosmic Intelligence by reaching to the Eternal State of Love, Joy, and Peace with Grace and Mercy of Lord with Simple pure Devotional and Love.. Through suffering due to a pair of opposites would exist to reminder us to intensify love and Devotional Energies dynamically…’  [Goodness rather than] attachment to ego, the need elimination and training the path towards brightness of Wisdom. I say, “That’s Imagination- that wisdom from the drawing wasn’t intelligence (but Holy Spirit- moved the hand). People have much of the intelligence but the Holy Spirit- done by prayer, praise and worship.”


“Open up, ancient gates! Open up, ancient doors, and let the King of glory enter.” Psalms 24:9 NLT


“My ELBERT develops connection, trust, and love by instilling curiosity, autonomy, and attunement in our students.” by Tricia Cook

Our Electromagnetic System “Our Senses”& The Brain

Our Electromagnetic System “Our Senses” affects other parts of the brain (see below) that have a part in some of the most important aspects of learning, which includes the following tasks:


Analysis (break down category and sequencing)

Sensory Processing

Memory/Learning (short and long-term memory)

Motor Control

Autonomy (meaning) and Attunement (motivation)


ALSO EXHIBIT (Specifically):

Working Memory Impairments

Specific Language & Speech Impairments

Weak Phonological Awareness

Executive Functioning and Sensory Issues

ADHD (3 Types)

30 – 3.3 image Cook’s Brainchat 7/30/20 illustration

Anxious? Goal Is A Neutral State Of Calm and Equanimity

31 – Image 3.4 Note: Limbic system up for sympathetic state and down for parasympathetic, neutral in equalized

Sympathetic State (Mental Bodies)- anger, fight and flight, hyperactive thymus (upper-heart chakra) resulting in hyperactive systems and senses.


Parasympathetic State (Emotional Bodies)- shame, freeze, hypoactive thymus (upper-heart chakra) resulting in hypoactive systems and senses.


GOAL: A Neutral State, calm or at “peace”  when learning under stress, of equanimity of the structures and interacting areas of the limbic system are involved in learning such as motivation/meaning (Autonomy- Will), emotion (Atunement), and memory (Mind). The limbic system is where the subcortical structures meet the cerebral cortex. … The limbic system also interacts with the basal ganglia. Also, they need to avoid insensitivity.


A neutral state includes the thymus (vagus Nerve Chakra) as well as the crown chakra. See the  Functional System Dominance (FSD)  below as well information above with the Corpus Callosum including coronal suture; sagittal suture; pineal gland; hypothalamus; pituitary gland. [1]  SEE BELOW


This brings you in union with Him and your own Spirit. Where your Spirit has all the answers as well as…







The goal is reducing shame and anger and transform for good with strength and empathy. For adults, go on to transform hatred to courage and grief to compassion. -Tricia Cook

32 – Crown Neutral State Retrieved from

NOT A Functional System Dominance (FSD)- when the RAS & ACC (anger)/HPA (shame) and the brain stem (reptilian brain) regulates our sympathetic (anger) and parasympathetic (shame) systems as it responds to stress: such as when reading. It also acts as a vehicle for sensory information. Note: Students with Sympathetic Functional System Dominance (anger-SFD) have mostly hyper-sensory processing and Parasympathetic Functional System Dominance (shame-PFD) has hypo-sensory processing and Total Functional System Dominance (both anger and shame- TFD) and varied processing. This disequilibrium of the systems can make appropriate learning behavior more or less challenging such as: self-regulation, attention and executive functioning, oppositional and aggressive behavior, anxiety and possibly even depression.


NOR A Responsive System Dysfunction (RSD)

Lastly, it helps to be familiar with the midbrain (mammalian brain) which includes: medulla oblongata and pons do their jobs effectively such as…

Basal ganglia- regulating motor functions. The “basal ganglia” refers to a group of subcortical nuclei responsible primarily for motor control, as well as other roles such as motor learning, executive functions and behaviors, and emotions. Students with Sympathetic Functional System Dominance (anger-SFD) have mostly hyper-sensory processing and hyperactivity in their proprioceptive, somatic, vestibular, and gross-motor abilities (ADHD- hyperactive type & cerebral palsy) and Parasympathetic Functional System Dominance (shame- PFD)- have mostly hypo-sensory processing and hypoactivity in their proprioceptive, somatic, vestibular, and fine-motor abilities (ADHD-inattentive type & dysgraphia). Varied is, of course, Total  Functional System Dominance which is most common with dysgraphia (anger and shame- TFD).


Hippocampus- Parasympathetic Functional System Dominance (shame- PFD)- have mostly hypo-sensory processing and hypoactivity of the hippocampus which helps humans process and retrieve two kinds of memory, declarative memories, and spatial relationships. Declarative memories are those related to facts and events. Examples include learning how to memorize speeches or lines in a play. Spatial relationship memories involve pathways or routes. Spatial relationship memories appear to be stored in the right hippocampus. The hippocamp is also where short-term memories are turned into long-term memories. Relative to the hippocampus, these memories are then stored as polarities of time & space in the brain-experiences and reality of consciousness the past, future and present. (see RAS specially ACC above- associated with the alta major chakra and shame). Note: Students with learning differences, neurodivergency have problems with perceptual ability, time & space awareness, executive functioning, and memory (also see PONS and Thymus below).

33 – 3.5 Light Cone (perceptions of past, present, & future to infinate)

7 Natural Rays Of Light

The Present- JESUS (Mental Body) RAS the aka neocortex (Body & Brain- breath). It’s the cognitive and physical “what” which is the  “The Way”.


1st-3rd (Chakras 1-3) Ray-Justice (pink- North)



Past/Future- Holy Ghost  (Emotional Body) PONS aka limbic system  (Body & Mind- breath). It’s the affective and the physical “why” which is “The Truth”


Quadrant 3/ 4th (Chakras 4) Ray- Praise, Self-Disciple (green- South)

Quadrant 2/ 5th (Chakras 5) Ray-Heal, Love Others (blue- West) New Humanity Consciousness

Quadrant 4/ 6th (Chakras 6) Ray- Save, Love Oneself (red-orange- East)



The Infinate- God (Etherical Body) THYMUS aka reptilian (H. Heart & Mind- authentic breath). It’s the God-Soul connection, authentic self connection which is infinte “The Light”.


(THYMUS) The Mind & Spirit of God (Chakras 7-12) The Infinite (The Seventh Seal)  Zadkeil (Purple) and Raguel (Burgundy/Orange), & The Throne (Gold)


God is the “The Life” & “The Light” as well “The Ultimate Truth”


NEEDS TO BE REVERSED- But, Still Three is Key To All Learning!!!   Psalm 111:2 says, “Great are the works of the LORD; they are pondered by all who delight in them.”

Hippocampus: Space & Time along with Harmony of 7 Natural Rays of Light

*Aside: An estimated 6.2 million Americans age 65 and older are living with Alzheimer’s dementia in 2021. The number of people with dementia is expected to increase to 152 million by 2050. My dad being one of those. The fundamental principle of Montessori approach is to value a patients’  naturally inquisitive and improving symptoms of dementia to foster  learning in an intuitive and natural way.


In Alzheimer’s disease, tau and another protein called amyloid-beta  build up into tangles and plaques—known collectively as aggregates.


Interesting Research- Dementia, those with memory loss, they did have faster thinning of the entorhinal cortex due to amyloid level as well as brain shrinkage of the hippocampus. Relevantly, the Wnt pathway has been recognized as critical for the central nervous system development, several Wnt components retain their expression in the adult brain, including the hippocampus, and have proven to be fundamental in both the development and function of synapses (Inestrosa and Arenas, 2010; Inestrosa and Varela-Nallar, 2015). Altogether, these findings strongly suggest that Wnt signaling might be down-regulated during aging, leading to increased vulnerability of the neural network and increasing the risk for the onset and progression of age-related pathologies, such as AD. Wnt inhibitors, including the secreted-frizzled-related protein 1 and 2 (SFRP-1 and SFRP-2) and Dickkopf-1 (Dkk-1), all them antagonists at the cell surface. As a result, mice deficient in Dkk-1 exhibit enhanced spatial working memory and memory consolidation and also show improvements in affective behavior (Caricasole et al., 2003, 2004) [Retrieved from Scienmag. “SCIENMAG.” What Comes First, Beta-Amyloid Plaques or Thinking and Memory Problems?,;  Scienmag. “SCIENMAG.” What Comes First, Beta-Amyloid Plaques or Thinking and Memory Problems?,;;].


***Ask me about the dorsal raphe nucleus at the brainstem, TDP-43 (FTLD–TDP) folding proteins, beta-amyloid plaque build-up, Dkki-1 at the midbrain stem, prefrontal cortex and the frontal lobe for Alzheimer’s (dyslexia as well). Also ask me about the RAS-conscious around the age of three, ARAS and God awareness age 21–25 (Petty, Peter G. “Consciousness.” Journal of Clinical Neuroscience, vol. 3, no. 4, 1996, p. 390., doi:10.1016/s0967-5868(96)9004.


“Young children who are neglected or maltreated have abnormal patterns of  cortisol production. Also, a family’s experience of economic hardship  is associated with elevated cortisol levels among children. A mother’s  depression during her child’s early years can lead to even higher  cortisol levels. Under such conditions, the child becomes more  vulnerable to a range of stress-related disorders affecting both mental  health (e.g., depression, anxiety disorders, alcoholism, drug abuse) and  physical health (e.g., cardiovascular disease, diabetes, stroke).” Also, in the early years, Comfort seeking may be difficult for people with intellectual or  multiple disabilities, because they are often less securely attached or  they lack the behaviors to seek comfort. In general, the experience of  stress, coping with stress, attachment behaviors and disabilities seem  to be closely related in this population (Janssen et al., 2002; Schuengel and Janssen, 2006; Schuengel et al., 2013; Giltaij et al., 2016). [Retrieved from;;].


Pineal Body, Pituitary & Adrenal Glands (see hypothalamus below)- synthesizes  hormones such as our melatonin, serotonin, and dopamine and cortisol which helps you respond to stress (reading for example) and has many other important functions. Acetylcholine and dopamine are the bridge of the synaptic gap between neurones, are the  ‘neurotransmitters in mind’ that form the substance of the volume, which  is essential for consciousness. Also melatonin studies recently show that melatonin exhibits many bioactivities, such as antioxidant activity, anti-inflammatory characteristics, boosting immunity, anticancer activity, cardiovascular protection, anti-diabetic, anti-obese, neuroprotective and anti-aging activity. Note: Students with (anger) Sympathetic Functional System Dominance (SFD) are deficient in dopamine, melatonin, and have hyer-norepinephrine production (diligence- fight, flight, flee & hyperarousal). Students with (shame) Parasympathetic Functional System Dominance (PFD) are deficient in serotonin, melatonin, and have hypo-norepinephrine production (hypoarousal, memory retrieval, diligence/motivation-freeze).  Note: The pineal gland helps with a meditative state if the head is covered- it’s great for Calm (I will write more about calm ahead! Varied is, of course, Total Functional System Dominance (TFSD) which is most varied in hormones and the hardest time being calm with mood swings along gaining equanimity also can be diagnosed congenital adrenal hyperplasia. [Retrieved Singleton, Omar, et al. “Change in Brainstem Gray Matter Concentration Following a Mindfulness-Based Intervention Is Correlated with Improvement in Psychological Well-Being.” Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, Frontiers Media S.A., 18 Feb. 2014,]

Appreciating what you have in the here and now is one of the single healthiest things you can do for your heart/mind and spirit. -Tricia Cook

Theory of Positive Disintegration- A theory of emotional development from lower to a higher level of psychological functioning, proposed by K. Dabrowski. The core idea of the theory is that structures of a lower level must be dismantled before structures of a higher level can be erected. The theory emphasizes the role of inner conflict, moral sensitivity, compassion, and self-judgment in the personal growth of creative [imaginative] people and spiritual seekers. [Retrieved from].


In order to get your physiological needs meet, truly thank God for meeting your essential needs (food, water, warmth, rest)!


Thank you for…the basics such as:

the bed you just made

the food your about to eat

the sleep you just got, for being awake

the wellness of your body, that has you walking

the smile the presence your face, being alive


Lastly, assist the poor and helping to provide them with the essentials and volunteer at:

Food Bank

Homeless Shelter

United Way

Animals Shelter


Remember: This appreciation and acknowledging/awareness will help the heart which is part of ACC- is part of RAS (Pineal Gland, Pituitary Gland-associated with the alta major chakra), HPA- is also part of the RAS (Hypothalamic–Pituitary–Adrenal Axis- associated with the soma chakra) Both are associated to the thymus chakra aka vagus nerve chakra.

Mind You Again: The Brain Specifically, if the vagal system is compromised, including the following areas of the brain:

Medulla Oblongata at the EM Field Including the Pons

34 – 3.6 Internal Medulla Oblongata Brain illustration

The thalamus and hypothalamus are located within the diencephalon (or “interbrain”), and are part of the limbic system. They regulate emotions and motivated …Sep 12, 2017 · Uploaded by AnatomyZone

The limbic system is involved in processing both emotion and memory. … The midbrain is comprised of structures located deep within the brain located by the pons  , between the …


Thalamus- integrates and sends sensory information such as autonomic functions (para/sympathetic) aka sensory relay nucleus.

Basal ganglia- group of structures linked to the thalamus in the base of the brain and involved in coordination of movement.

Olivary body- motor learning and perception of sound (auditory and visual processing specifically).

Hypothalamus- See Thymus above- speed processing of information also you need to remember the important RAS info. which includes the following excerpt: ‘The RAS is said to be the gas pedal [slow, accelerate or varied cognitive speed processing] that ignites the diencephalon (the hypothalamus and thalamus) as well as, the cortical areas [where all long-term memory/storage takes place] of the brain’ (Petty 1996). The lateral hypothalamus mediates an array of cognitive and physical processes that widely projects throughout the nervous system.  Thyrotropin-releasing hormone is one of the smallest hormones in  the body, consisting of a miniature chain of just three amino acid  building blocks. It is made by a cluster of nerve cells in the hypothalamus, an area at the base of the brain just above the pituitary gland. This nerve cell cluster is known as the paraventricular nucleus. The  nerve fibres that come out of it carry the thyrotropin-releasing  hormone and release it into the blood surrounding the pituitary gland,  where it has its most important action. This is to regulate the formation and secretion of thyroid stimulating hormone in the pituitary gland, which in turn regulates the production of thyroid hormones in the thyroid gland. Thyrotropin-releasing  hormone is very short-lived, lasting for a matter of two minutes and  travelling less than an inch in the bloodstream to the pituitary gland  before it is broken down. Also, includes the hippocampus (see above)- which is in the limbic system and regulates perceptions (such as the perception of shame, long-term memory). Students with Sympathetic Functional System Dominance (SFD) react with anger and have hyper-speed (accelerated) processing and long-term memory issues (both also varied from trying to regulate accelerated-slow so one and so forth). Students with Parasympathetic Functional System Dominance (PFD) filters with perceptions of shame, have slow speed processing (also the controversial- slow cognitive speed tempo) and bypassing the facts needed for short-term memory (effects sequencing skills, background knowledge)-headed straight to filtering based on meaning and perceptions (again shame)- short term memory issues are actually a prefrontal lobe executive functioning issues. Again, the frontal lobe to perceive the universal emotions which are the following: anger, strength, joy, bliss, shame, empathy, courage, compassion, and harmony (executive functioning logic through analysis or evaluation) where the mind deems how important (what or why) [Retrieved from].


Note: “Brain and viscera interplay within the autonomic nervous system where the vagus nerve (VN), containing approximately 80% afferent and 20%  efferent fibres, plays multiple key roles in the homeostatic regulations of visceral functions”- Please View Some VERY IMPORTANT Studies from Bruno Bonaz in France:


Bonaz, Bruno et al. “Anti-inflammatory properties of the vagus nerve:  potential therapeutic implications of vagus nerve stimulation.” The Journal of physiology vol. 594,20 (2016): 5781-5790. doi:10.1113/JP271539


Bonaz, Bruno, et al. “The Vagus Nerve in the Neuro-Immune Axis: Implications in the Pathology of the Gastrointestinal Tract.” Frontiers in Immunology, vol. 8, 2017, doi:10.3389/fimmu.2017.01452

Chapter 4 The Spirit- The Inner Self

The Divine Stamp- Soul & Body

It’s ALL our life’s lesson, to have the journey, of learning to glorify God along with gaining his blessings of Peace, Freedom, and Victory. -Tricia Cook

In a deeper sense, the divine stamp is our will to make a transformation, revelation along with renewal of strength and empathy by accepting Him, so we can heal ultimately in courage, compassion, generosity,  harmony and unconditional love for others, and mainly ourselves in acceptance of the true mercy and grace of God! Discovering how to live a blameless and pure life once realizing the issues of learning and relationships HAD TO HAPPEN and ALL problems with others such as: being the teachers, school and learning, relatives such as brothers/sisters, or the other kids. It really isn’t others or the neurodifference itself; It is our understanding of the greater purpose in life (as many other’s stories), so for the greater good to Glorify His Kingdom!


Gould says, when we talk about the transformation of the whole person—body, soul, and spirit—it has radical implications….What is the relationship of “nature” to a “person”?  What is an  “energy”? How are a nature’s energies expressed?  The proper definition  of nature, energy and personhood form the cornerstone for a proper definition of salvation and the goal of our existence in God. Likewise Gould says, These energies that infused Moses—and we said it before—they are not created energies. This is God.,..later, Robinson says, glory of God, the energies of God- Gould replies…[yes] The shakinah glory [aka Holy Spirit, Mother Cosmos in other traditions) [Retrieved from].


Key Contemplation: Stay Blameless & Pure Know It ALL Had to Happen

Intention: God Awareness and Unity


Goal: Daily Functional System Regulation  (DFSR)    =Thymus (Soul) to -Pons (MidBrain) to -RAS (Brain stem) VERSUS


The Solution: When using the etherical body, ALL our systems and senses will function equalized, activated, and balanced. The triune brain which is the forebrain (thymus aka reptilian), (pons- aka limbic system), and  the neomammalian complex (RAS- aka neocortex) needs to be working in an upward function. With a functional system, the child [or adult] can trust themselves and their gifts and learning uniquenesses through spiritual mindset with self-directed neuroplasticity through ABC’s and gain God awareness (eventually unity) through PYAM Daily.


Highest Heaven- (Part of Heaven 3) God (Etherical Body) THYMUS aka reptilian (H. Heart & Mind- authentic breath),   “The Way”. A clean heart- brings purity.




(Heaven 1-3) Holy Ghost  (Emotional Body) PONS aka limbic system  (Body & Mind- breath), “The Truth”. A pure mind- brings blamelessness.




“The Ego” JESUS (Mental Body) RAS the aka neocortex (Body & Brain- breath),  “The Light”.  A clean heart and pure mind with blamelessness brings righteousness (salvation).  Salvation brings Joy because YOU ARE LIVING, no longer dead.


From what you’ve read, you will understand:  heaven (actually open heaven, when revealed), the universe, each other, our DNA (ourselves), God all are ONE- in the Spirit. “Wherever the spirit would go, they would go, and the wheels would rise along with them, because the spirit of the living creatures was in the wheels.”  Isaiah 64:1  is a primary passage: “Oh, that you would rend the heavens and come  down, that the mountains would tremble before you!” Other open heaven  passages cited include Ezekiel’s vision in the first chapter of his  book, Jesus’ baptism in Matthew 3:16, Jesus’ promise to Nathanael in John 1:51, Stephen’s martyrdom in Acts 7:54–61, John’s vision in Revelation 4, and “Jacob’s ladder” in Genesis 28.


“My ELBERT develops connection, trust, and love by instilling curiosity, autonomy, and attunement in our students.” by Tricia Cook

35 – Brain Balancing (Equanimity):


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Abnormal wiring of CCK+ basket cells disrupts Spatial Information Coding: REFLECT On The Problem: As well, The 7 Natural Rays of Light

“Developmental disruption of the connectivity of these cells diminished  the power of theta oscillations during exploratory behavior, disrupted  spatial coding by place cells, and caused selective alterations in  spatial learning and memory in adult mice. These results suggest that  normal integration of CCK+ basket cells in cortical networks [ARAS- see below] is key to support spatial coding in the hippocampus.” Retrieved from del Pino, I., Brotons-Mas, J., Marques-Smith, A. et al. Abnormal wiring of CCK+ basket cells disrupts spatial information coding. [Retrieved from Nat Neurosci 20, 784–792 (2017).”…his [Raybould H. E. (2007)] review will examine the recent evidence showing the role of CCK and  CCK1Rs in modulating expression of other receptors for orexigenic and  anorexigenic regulatory peptides at the level of vagal afferent neurons.” [Retrieved from Raybould, Helen E. “Mechanisms of CCK signaling from gut to brain.” Current opinion in pharmacology vol. 7,6 (2007): 570-4. doi:10.1016/j.coph.2007.09.006; ;].


Self-directed Neuroplasticity comes from & Natural Ways of the “Light” through a “Flexible Mind” with ABC’s…including PYAM to work on each daily:


Autonomy & Attunement for Recognize-

meaning- knowledge (Subconscious- RAS- see also 11 below/ARAS-Thymus- Keep it Simple and Sincere when the outer-life meets the inner-self (soul). Also Dopamine.

  • Music and art therapy
  • Aromatherapy
  • Hydrotherapy
  • Relax by calming anxious thinking
  • Guided imagery
  • Mindfulness meditation
  • Listen to soothing music
  • Say daily affirmations
  • Concentrate/Complete a task
  • Celebrate little wins
  • Self-care activities

Body & Breath for Recall-

meaning motivation- wisdom (Conscious- Pons) Keep it Simple and Sincere when inner-self meets the universal-self (soul-spirit). Also Serotonin.

  • Meditation
  • Tai chi
  • Yoga
  • Take a walk/run or do some other activity (in nature)
  • Swimming
  • Breath focus
  • Body scan
  • 4-7-8 breathing/Roll breathing/Diaphragmatic breathing
  • Autogenic Training
  • Qigong
  • Progressive muscle relaxation
  • Sun gazing


Consistency & Connection for Remember-

meaning & motivation-understanding (Super conscious- ARAS//Thymus/Testes) Keep it Simple and Sincere when your heavenly spirit unites with God.  Also Oxytocin & Endorphin.

  • Deep breathing
  • Connect with people, animals
  • Essential oils
  • Laughter/Comedy
  • Give back (serve)/give complements
  • Stay present
  • Soak in a warm bath
  • Massage
  • Biofeedback
  • Repetitive prayer
  • Do a bible study/praise/worship
  • Self-massage

Is there a worry gene? Yes… Silence this BDNF gene(common with OCD, Anxiety, Depression) doing the above activities. Researchers at Yale have identified a gene mutation for “rumination” — the kind of chronic worry in which people obsess over negative thoughts. It’s a variation of a gene known as BDNF that’s active in the hippocampus, an area of the brain involved in thinking and memory. Retrieved from







Resources for student and their parents:



Part V  HERE

Part Vb HERE






Abstract Thinking & Mental Health

Abstract  thinking is the ability to understand concepts that are real, such as  freedom (grace) or vulnerability (humility), but which are not directly tied to concrete  physical objects and experiences. Abstract thinking is the ability to absorb information from our senses [learning] and make connections to the wider world.

Some neurological conditions may interfere with your ability to think abstractly.  Please read the research about Abstract Thought and Eye Gazing:

  • Autism spectrum disorder.ResearchersTrusted Source have found that some people with autism spectrum disorder may have trouble with concepts and problem-solving.
  • Some forms of abstract thinking, particularly those involved in interpreting social situations, Trusted Source may be limited by schizophrenia.
  • Traumatic or organic brain injuries. Injuries from accidents and prenatal exposures, including fetal alcohol spectrum disorders, can impact the areas of the brain that make abstract thinking possible.
  • Intellectual disabilities. Individuals with intellectual impairment often have difficulties using and understanding abstract thinking skills.
  • Often the parts of the brain involved in many types of dementia are the same parts that control abstract thinking skills.

[Retrieved from].


Abstract thinking is defined as the ability to think beyond the immediate, specific stimulus situation and to think about situations in general, symbolic modes  [1]. … Deficits in abstract thinking are prominent in patients with  schizophrenia, particularly in chronic patients and patients with severe  symptoms [1] [Retrieved from].



Note: God being unseen but made real by Faith and the Truth can be hard to know for some. Don’t mistake, you can still receive and posses mercy & grace, but you may not be cognizant or aware. What is abstract cognitive thinking? Abstract thinking refers to a cognitive concept involving higher‐order, or complex, thoughts.   … The generation of concepts, or abstract ideas, indicates an  ability  to progress beyond concrete thinking. The concrete  interpretation of a  concept involves a focus on the salient, obvious  characteristics. [Retrieved from].


“Now faith is confidence in what we hope for and assurance about what we do not see.”

What develops a flexible mind and abstract thinking/reasoning? Acknowledging God with daily scripture reading. – Tricia Cook

While Reading Scripture, Think Intent and Revelation Upon Universal Patterns Set For Spiritual Growth. -Tricia Cook

Affirmation of Faith

The internal flame is the divine stamp of infinite and complete wholeness with God. There’s peace and comfort knowing He is my help, lamp, and savior!! The way to a complete functional system again is replacing anger with strength and shame with empathy (adults hatred with courage and grief with compassion). Why anger with strength? Have you seen a paranoid, anxious, angry person, who’s absorbed in their “ego”, ever want to face and examine their anger feelings and triggers? It takes a lot of strength to do this! Why shame with empathy? Have you ever seen a withdrawn, self-absorbed, and ashamed person who’s almost defeated, ever want to have empathy, for themselves (or others)? Jesus has already taken their suffering, so stay blameless. Those with a SFD, PFD, or TFD just need to accept Him into their heart, actually thymus (internal-sacred flame- high heart, thymus) and ask for help by growing in eternal strength and wisdom to increase their own peace and comfort (harmony) while gaining infinite “wholeness”. This is the divine stamp of grace and mercy that we are promised!


Peace With God


Peace From God


Peace with Others


‘For it pleased the Father that in him should all fullness dwell; and, having made peace through the blood of his cross, by him to reconcile all things unto himself; by him, I say , whether they be things in earth, or things in heaven. ‘  Colossians 1:19-20 [Retrieved from].


Mark Briscoe talks about faith: As Paul says, “Not all men have faith.” Nor are we born with faith,  but again we must listen to what God has spoken. God’s Word tells us in  Romans, “Faith comes by hearing and hearing by the Word of God.”  There  are no short cuts. Whether we hear or read someone preach the Word, it  is the Word of God which produces faith. So when we read the scriptures,  we are hearing God’s word spoken to us and builds our faith. People say  that Christianity is a personal relationship with God and that is true.  The circle of communication must be completed. When we pray we talk to  God and when we read the Bible God speaks to us.

Absolute Holiness: Reflecting God’s Radiance Believe…



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What is a Magnanimous Spirit?

37 – Image 4.5 Stages of Evolution of Soul Energy

Spiritually, It’s the spiral which represents a connectivity with the divine, spiraling from the outer ego  (the outside world) into the inner soul (cosmic awareness, spiral awakening and  enlightenment). The spiral represents evolution and growth of the spirit. It is a symbol of change and development. Where you come united with God via Jesus, who is the Bridge!! My Good Freind Vishwas Asolkar says, ‘… [Magnanimous Spirit is the]  awareness and Vision with experience or understanding … Whereas the Discs or Chakras [wheels] are the gates to balance the Subtle Energies and push to higher intelligence [and imagination], higher endurance to be at the core where Jesus or Master lives in the form of Joy Bliss and Peace within that controls all energies by way of His Love towards devotion, trust, and care externally and internally… joy, bliss, and peace form a transparent medium of all energies!’ Note: The Holy Spirit works in us, conforming us into the image of Christ (Romans 8:29).


Definition of magnanimous

1                                                                                                                                                                                                                : showing or suggesting a lofty and courageous spirit                                                                                                            the irreproachable lives and magnanimous sufferings of their followers— Joseph Addison                                                                                   2                                                                                                                                                                                                               : showing or suggesting nobility of feeling and generosity of mind                                                                                       too sincere for dissimulation, too magnanimous for resentment— Ellen Glasgow


‘Like My Good Freind Vishwas Asolkar says,  For [It’s the] Internal Nature of Soul and External grace of the Lord’s field of Absolute Truth. It’s the  field of Super Conscious Energy of Love for Jesus’.  Which is the field of state of Cosmicity where the Lord, Master or Jesus with his love takes you and [others] closer to Him [Like a Centrifugal Force- see image] … Thus, we receive pulses of waves of joy, a spiritual union of energies of Lord and His Field of Absolute Truth. Likewise, ‘Our Soul is in union with God always, God being the Supreme…the [courage, generosity, etc.] energy is given by the Field of Super Consciousness & Absolute Truth which is commanded [His Commands], cared by God. It’s He who gives us the feel of His care, love, protection, and Salvation.  Through faith, your desires, and thoughts will automatically apply to His Commands (Which is His Desire For Us).


Those He has called to Glory (Bread) Through Believing in The Word of God- He gives peace through you by mercy (strength) and courage (might). This is salvation that brings Him Glory.


Healing Inter-generational Anger/Shame

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40 – Helical Universe = Wave Form of Higher Evolution


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42 – Image 4.9 Retrieved from

Albert Einstein said,”Everything is Energy”

Hologram of Jesus: Once Fully Accepting Him ReCreate or Change

WHY NOT HEAL YOURSELF & FUTURE GENERATIONS?  Problem/SOLUTION- Dr Jean E Charon, Vishwa  Asolkar, Confirms Cook’s Theory

PYAM (Surrendering To God)

Neuropedagogy & IQ- Disparagment of Perceptions

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Neurodiversity Includes A Different Focus

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Where is your focus? Work, family, heart-ache, troubles…

Think about Word-Conscience Students w/ Representational Drift (Eye-Hopping)

God’s Seal Of The Holy Spirit: Intelligence & Imagination

REMEMBER: People are using their mental and emotional bodies to learn, not their etherical body (etheric). Also, as one of My Elbert trainers says, ‘it’s time to release the wisdom-filled strategies that God has given you…the hidden parts of yourself while at the same time learning to see, hear and recognize the greater content that is God.’

Focus ON:


I’m offering courses and professional  development opportunities…that’s right, with consulting opportunities.  I’m interested in guiding global governments to embrace a neuropedagogy  such as mine. -Tricia Cook

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Published by Tricia Cook, MEd., Online Dyslexia and Behavioral Interventionist, RSP, AA O-G Tutor & Montessorian

Dyslexia Screenings & Emotional Intensive Intervention - Staff Training - Online Courses- Consultancy- Tutoring-Reliance and Family Coaching I have a unique approach in helping individuals achieve their full potential. With over two and a half decades of experience, I have a passion for learning new techniques and being at the forefront of groundbreaking advancements in education. As a graduate of the renowned Auburn University, I have earned both her BA in ECE and Masters Degree in Secondary with Reading Specialist certification from the University of Alabama. I have experience at the Montessori School in Birmingham which has provided me with valuable insights into the best practices of teaching young minds. I have also developed training programs for teachers, providing essential support to students with neurodiverse needs such as dyslexia, ADHD, and autism spectrum. I have focus on developing a "whole child" pedagogy that caters to all modes of learning, I continually work with Dr. Joseph Nwoye on teaching and learning including DEI. I have helped develop programs and training with SDIG ( in promoting the intersectionality of the complexities and complicated issues of diversity. I have credentials as a reading specialist with a speech pathology background expanded greatly while owning Cook's Independent Tutoring, Coaching, Consulting, LLC. I currently pursuing a Neurodiversity Family Coaching certification in the framework of the CReW Coaching Institute. Again, I have a commitment to being at the forefront of groundbreaking advancements in education. As an enthusiastic learner and educator, I am confident that I have the necessary skills to support others in achieving their goals ( For more information, contact Tricia Cook, Cook's Independent, Tutoring, Coaching and Consulting, LLC. (;

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