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Friday, March 26, 2010

How is your subconscious mind sabotaging you?



Your subconscious mind has many memories stored away. When these memories are negative they can be waiting to sabotage your health both mentally and physically. Please note some memories are harmful while others aren't. Interestingly all memories have frequencies that are similar in nature to radio waves. When your memories are negative many problems can occur. These negative frequencies will trigger the Limbic System to alert the Hypothalamus and cause us to get ready to fight or run away from a given situation. Have you ever felt like that? When you identify any negative memory and heal it with a energy medicine protocol such as the Healing Codes you are less likely to have a automatic response or reaction. So what negative memories in your subconscious mind are creating a reaction and causing you ongoing sabotage?



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Friday, March 19, 2010

Outstanding video by Healing Codes Founder, Dr. Alex Loyd

How many times a day is your sTrEsS ReSpOnSe going off? This is a short clip from a seminar with the founder of the Healing Codes, Dr. Alex Loyd. Enjoy!


Friday, March 12, 2010

How do the connections in the brain work in stress?

In the past few weeks I have made post about the HPA Axis and the Locus Coeruleus systems of the brain. This post will bring it all together for you to understand how they all work together as a team. A true symphony when all working properly.

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The HPA axis and the locus coeruleus systems are linked through the hypothalamus and an area of the brain known as the limbic system. The limbic system is the control area for emotion and the processing area for memory. These linkages are critical. For example, if you see the bushes rustling, your locus coeruleus immediately starts things (the stress response) rolling. However, when you see that it is not a mountain lion but a golden retriever in the bushes, your memory of the tameness of the dog will turn off the stress response. Similarly, if a person is nervous before a public-speaking engagement and the first minute or two goes well, this happy feeling will turn down the activity of the locus coeruleus. These internal adjustments are why experienced public speakers often start off with a joke. It's as much to calm themselves (if the joke goes well) as it is to entertain you.

The connections also include the endogenous (within the body) opiate (opium-like) system and the reward (dopamine) system. Thereby, during stress, pain is reduced and an extremely happy feeling (euphoria) may result. These connections partially account for "runner's high" and have a great deal to do with why we like roller coasters and scary movies.

Here's how the connections work. The limbic system performs an emotional analysis and memory review of the information provided by the senses. Then, the multiplicity of connections allows us to determine whether the current stress is

•one that has been mastered in the past and successfully adapted to,


•not a threat at all, or


•a clear and present danger.


All of this internal activity must occur in milliseconds, and it does.




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Friday, March 5, 2010

What is the role of the locus coeruleus in stress?

The locus coeruleus has many connections to other parts of the brain, particularly areas that bring in and process sensory information (information from sight, hearing, smell, taste, and touch). The locus coeruleus secretes norepinephrine and stimulates other brain centers to do the same. It is like the pacemaker (meaning it controls the tempo) of the brain. Thus, it increases arousal (heightened awareness, alertness) and vigilance (watchfulness, carefulness), and adjusts (modulates) the action of the autonomic nervous system, which includes the SNS. The autonomic nervous system regulates blood flow, heart rate, blood pressure, and breathing (respiration). It can also temporarily shut down the gastrointestinal (GI) and sexual systems until the crisis is over. These initial reactions, to get our blood flowing, heart pumping, and muscles energized, occur very quickly and automatically.





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