My Elbert: The Triune Brain & Neurodiversity

11 – 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:

(mind-RAS-Gut): Strength, Might, Simple (Affirmation (Blessing of Thanksgiving): -Abound-Heart/Spirit, Justifying Faith-justice)
Affirmation (Blessing of Thanksgiving, heart):
RAS – “The  Door” Rectangular Activation System
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12 – 2.3 RAS Rectangular Activation System Note: includes Soma and Alta Major Chakras illustration

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 and thinking 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 atonement meaning 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.

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

Delight (mind-RAS-Gut): Strength, Might, Simple (Affirmation (Blessing of Thanksgiving): -Abound-Heart/Spirit, Justifying Faith-justice)

Affirmation (Blessing of Thanksgiving, heart):

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 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4013218/; https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Gray701.png; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reticular_formation].

Targeting these cells, as reported in the journal #Nature Neuroscience,  modulated memory retrieval and altered anxiety-like behaviors in mice.  Essentially, the #UNC scientists boosted the electrical activity between  cells in the hypothalamus and the hippocampus to create new neurons – an  important process called neurogenesis “Targeting  the hypothalamic neurons to enhance adult hippocampal  neurogenesis will not only benefit brain functions,” said senior author @Juan Song, PhD, associate professor of pharmacology, “but also holds the  potential to treat cognitive and affective deficits associated with  various brain disorders.”  [Retrieved from https://neurosciencenews.com/optogenetics-neurogenesis-20603/].

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 https://www.jneurosci.org/content/39/1/3?fbclid=IwAR1mUDSUOD3kolCFIoVRTXf6rsLZ6nbZfnMI8oRUEgwZ37EI8ppd3USLD2s].

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). https://nlpca.com/creating-an-optimal-future-for-yourself/

Daniel Kahneman is correct, engaging the reader in a lively conversation about how we think, reveals where we can and cannot trust our intuitions and how we  can tap into the benefits of slow thinking [hypo-; as well hyper-, varied speed processing]. [Retrieved from https://suebehaviouraldesign.com/about-us/contact/See]

 Images Below: Left- hyper speed processing, Right- hypo- speed processing (then vice versa)

13 – Left- hyper speed processing, Right- hypo- speed processing

14 – Right- hyper speed processing, Left- hypo- speed processing

“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 https://www.prospectmedical.com/resources/wellness-center/mental-flexibility].

“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 https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/the-power-of-flexible-thinking/].

“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

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 adaptability (placidity-that is,  also read  below abstract thinking).  -Tricia Cook

The GUT- The SECOND Brain & Solar Plexus

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 https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fpsyt.2018.00223/full].

  • 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 https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fpsyt.2018.00669/full].

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 https://www.frontiersin.org/research-topics/5755/stress-and-immunity].

15 – Retrieved from https://riteboost.com/dashboard/

See cell health above [Retrieved from Inflammation and Repair in Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Clinical, Translational and Experimental Studies https://www.frontiersin.org/research-topics/27082https://www.bmj.com/content/361/bmj.k2179}

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 https://neurosciencenews-com.cdn.ampproject.org/c/s/neurosciencenews.com/ent-gut-second-brain-19393/amp/

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).

Bliss (heart-pons): Joy, Power, Complete  (Intent (Praise of Trust):-Arise-Mind/Soul, Indwelling Faith-Love)

Intent (Praise of Trust-mind)

Pons- “The Gate”

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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 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pons].

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 https://www.jneurosci.org/content/36/49;  (Szczepanski et al., 2014);/12448?fbclid=IwAR0gqnyZ9b_0_ViS_yIa0186bY8Wkax6eZ_joF2fxTGLZqe8ZR5yO_pIvuI.; Structure and Function of the Brain | Boundless Psychology, https://courses.lumenlearning.com).

An interesting study recently has found: Volume decreases in cortical areas, the amygdala, and basal  forebrain in Parkinson’s patients correlated with worsening symptoms of  the disease. A team of researchers from Forschungszentrum Jülich,  Heinrich-Heine-University Düsseldorf and Ernst-von-Bergmann Klinikum  Potsdam analyzed the changes of brain volumes in 37 Parkinson’s patients  and 27 controls at up to 15 time points over up to 8.8 years using  magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). Previous in vivo studies had either  measured brain volumes in Parkinson’s patients only at fewer time points  or over shorter periods. [Retrieved from https://neurosciencenews.com/parkinsons-brain-volume-20610/?].

“All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness,..” https://www.bible.com/en-GB/bible/111/2TI.3.16.NIV

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 https://medicine.uiowa.edu/iowaprotocols/carotid-body-and-carotid-sinus-general-information].

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 https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/8067462/].

NDPs- “The cerebellar theory” (Nicolson, Fawcett, & Dean, 2001)  states, with mixed empirical support, that poor automaticity and motor  deficits in individuals with dyslexia may be associated with a  dysfunction of the cerebellum (Feng et al., 2017; Vias & Dick, 2017). [Retrieved from https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/dys.1681?fbclid=IwAR3pdYZTYwoFMSFASW8CDJwzOpyNRVpMyt38K0_K-4IweECeBJZIrNbmaSE].

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  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 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3273304/]. 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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As well, researchers have designed a new method of  converting non-neural cells into functioning neurons that are able to  form synapses, dispense dopamine, and restore the function of neurons  undermined by Parkinson’s associated destruction of dopaminergic cells. [Retrieved from https://neurosciencenews.com/ipsc-dopamine-parkinsons-neurons-20568/]. As well,  exercise even improves motor behavior in people with Parkinson’s disease, but the exact mechanism is not known. One  possibility is through an increase in dopamine, a neurotransmitter  needed for motor and emotional control that declines as the disease  progresses. [Retrieved from https://neurosciencenews.com/exercise-dopamine-20592/].

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) 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.

17 – 4.1b Peripheral Nervous System illustration

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

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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.

19 – Retrieved from https://epomedicine.com/medical-students/brodmann-areas-lesions/

Linguists are interested in language for its own sake, as a complex  product of the human mind. They are also interested in how language  develops in children, how it changes over time, and how it is used in  human society. Furthermore, Neuroscientist Suzana Herculano-Houzel has pointed out that our brains are different because of the number of neurons packed into our skulls — it’s less about the size of our brains. The density of that packing, and the ensuing neuronal connections this density allows for, gives rise to our ability to acquire language from birth and use it till death. She assumes that the main function of the brain is   to regulate our bodies as we move through life. That means that at   every given moment, our brains assess our hunger, threat levels, etc. to   figure out how much energy we need to get through the day. Thinking  and  cognitive perception are secondary products of how our brain  responds  predicatively to our environment. If the grammatical system is a resource that the brain uses depending on  context, then our emotions and identity can also affect how we use  grammar. This is precisely what we have found. [Retrieved from https://www.umass.edu/linguistics/; https://neurosciencenews-com.cdn.ampproject.org/c/s/neurosciencenews.com/emotion-grammar-linguistics-19790/amp/?fbclid=IwAR3Uu9_tlLeZS-7upnvBRvIbBvarR46E9SathZ7y3fKeLSoWBwQ8y4JZFnU].

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 https://www.kenhub.com/en/library/anatomy/brodmann-areashttps://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fnbeh.2013.00198/full]

“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; https://www.frontiersin.org/research-topics/19625/the-four-streams-of-the-prefrontal-cortex; http://ecotopia.org/thymos-as-biopsychological-metaphor-the-vital-root-of-consciousness/].

Happiness (heart mind- Thymus, heart/mind “the Leb”): Peace, Authority, Absolute (Revelation (Hope of Forgiveness): -Behold-Heart/Soul Saving Faith-peace)

Thymus- “The Second Gate”

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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”)

 ‘T  cells are critical to the adaptive immune system’

Thymus (12th chakra and all chakras, high heart & mind, inward man)-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 https://www.hindawi.com/journals/jtrans/2012/842141/; https://www.unseenwarfare.net/3-powers-of-the-soul; https://www.science.org/doi/10.1126/scisignal.abc8579; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thymus].

The Monad and the Permanent Seed Atom  are different parts of the same functioning spirit body. When the seed  atom is coming online the Monadic light generates into the diamond  blueprint Diamond Heart filter of the permanent seed atom. The inner Monadic spirit ignites with the Mother’s Holy Spirit or the Amoraea Flame. The activated ‘Christ’ Seed Atom generates the instruction set of the Silicate Matrix and is the Universal Christos Field or 12D Ray. [Retrieved from https://ascensionglossary.com/index.php/Monad].

The Thymus and High Heart & Gut Relation

See Kidneys here: The Spirit body of the Monad is only consciously aware of the contents of the Soul  when it is connected to the Soul. This is the same as when the physical  body is disconnected from the Soul, the conscious mind does not  remember her (cannot feel the soul). When our Heart is healed, there is a fire that is ignited inside the  Heart that is accessed, and the fire in the Heart is also in the  Kidneys. There is a triangle that connects the Heart into the Kidneys.  The Kidneys are in the base of the triangle from left to right and the  point of the triangle is in the Heart. When the Heart is healed, there  is a twin flame ignition in our Heart and Kidneys, which shifts the  Heart configuration. Twin flames equals structure of light within the  Heart. So two flames ignite in the Heart. The Monad  is the greater flame and the physical body is the lesser flame. When  this dual flame is ignited, there is an ignition in the Heart and a fire  coming into the Kidneys, which is about blood cleansing. [Retrieved from https://ascensionglossary.com/index.php/Monad].

“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 https://www.bible.com/en-GB/bible/111/ROM.8.27.NIV

21 – Retrieved from http://www.mcblab.net/lecture/20132-/chapter-15.pdf

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 https://www.frontiersin.org/research-topics/21996/extracellular-matrix-in-development-and-disorders-of-the-nervous-system; https://febs.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/febs.15776].

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 https://neurosciencenews-com.cdn.ampproject.org/c/s/neurosciencenews.com/fat-cells-cognition-19521/amp/?fbclid=IwAR0EsMm7hYb1k-f63z0CfVd5cLiHRJ_RNavyXvI4U-0Jow03LuqA3EueXpQ].

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 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK539748/].

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 https://www2.bible.com/bible/111/2TH.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. https://www.preceptaustin.org/heart_leb?fbclid=IwAR3sxBfseZ2LTzssTfOghYI_kfM-mtglVqyEqG3W7xAPJIQt3uODG9GjNdk

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 https://medcraveonline.com/MOJPB/dna-the-phantom-effect-quantum-hologram-and-the-etheric-body.html?fbclid=IwAR199BUqYjWCvNGq2GCgdzl3d0n_lVzu_6na4KVVcYVuBzk-JeiM-CgRyDQ

Our Euphraino, “the flexible mind”,  relies the veil 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.

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

My interest is in helping parents and teachers to understand learning and behavioral challenges and to love learning again. I graduated from Auburn in ECE in 1998. I have been a Montessori teacher here in Birmingham for almost 12 years and have lived in Birmingham for the past 19 years. As an early childhood teacher, I want continue to grow and develop as a constant learner. In 2012, I graduated from Secondary Education with a P-12 Reading Specialist certification the University of Alabama. As a Reading Specialist, I train on diversity and literacy development; I have a specialized knowledge of assessment and diagnosis that is vital for developing, implementing, and evaluating your literacy and neurodiversity behavioral, character development programing. Also, I have varying experiences designing instruction and environments for Montessori and Non-Montessori (OSR-Pre-K) environments. Therefore, I can consult for any environment or setting! In 2013, I attained my highly qualified status in ECE and Reading. In 2013, I also got my Orton-Gillingham AA tutor certification. I currently tutor full-time along with consulting. I have actually been tutoring since 2003. Along with other independent tutoring/interventionist experiences, I have brought dozens of students from an emergent to an advanced reading level! In addition to tutoring, I have provided the reading strengths and needs of my students and share that information to classroom teachers, parents, specialized teachers, and other stakeholders.  Lastly, I have also been a trainer/presenter, since 2008 and really enjoy this aspect of my career. As an experienced trainer, I have trained on many topics including: literacy (the five components), classroom management, positive discipline, diversity character development, Montessori Philosophy, policies and procedures, child development, and Alabama's Pre-k. Take note: Schools and families are desperately looking for an alternative type of affordable multi-sensory, hands-on, and interesting instruction. Currently, I am training and interested in writing on the following topics: A Comparison of Pre-K to Kindergarten; Adolescent Literacy (7th+); Assessment; Developing Readers; Children’s Literature; Classroom Management Techniques; Comprehension; Montessori Philosophy; Environmental Print & Early Writing; Family Attachment; Language and Literacy; Outdoor Classroom; Poetry Writing (7th+); Positive Guidance; Fine-motor Development; Cursive Writing; Creative Writing; Comprehension: Study Skills/Test Taking Strategies; Morphology; Phonics Instruction; Diversity Education; Neurodiversity Education; HandWriting; Reading Strategies; Best Practices P-12. Thank you, Tricia Cook, MEd., RSP, AOG; https://linktr.ee/tcooktutor

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