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I mentioned the Little Nine Heaven's and wanted to Jot this out. I mentioned the Paraconscious mind which is interesting. Lasonov wrote about it and apparently its what reudian psychology is based on, and !avlov described the same thing in di""erent terms. #erman psychology is based on !hrenology. The paranormal studies o" the $ussians is there"ore an e%tension o" $ussian psycho&politics. The merging o" reudian psychology and 'ar%ism or some other ism. (hat o" the sic)est things you see in the west is the use o" operant conditioning with children in schools. It creates maladaptive responses between the cortical and root brain structures. *ision and !sychosis has another term used "or +ccidental operant conditioning. I don't doubt it. I've discovered that the "yellow brain" is the Zona incerta. +pparently every acupoint in some manner connects to some part o" the cerebral lin)ages "ound in the association areas o" the brain. I" you divide the right and le"t sides o" the brain into three sections each, you have si%. (hat o" this nine, The autoconscious is a di""erent system and is comprised o" - plus . part. I say plus one because this . is optional so to spea) we also have the 10th cranial nerve which I needed as a sedation system. The )u/i&)iri are appropriately associated with the - sections o" the autoconscious. I have not lin)ed each mudra to each section "or various reasons. There are some variations o" each but I do not )now them all mysel". 0ome o" the more obvious ones are 1onch. 1orresponding to cochlear electricity. This is indeed a wildcard with the original "ive prana mudras. #ripping the thumb o" the le"t hand with the right "ist and touching the middle "inger o" the le"t hand with the thumb o" the right hand. The other variation is the right turning conch mudra. The inde% o" the right "inger curls in while the inde% and middle "inger touch the middle le"t hand "inger and the rest o" the "ingers touch the tips o" the same "inger on the opposite side. Intent means you )now how it wor)s, this should su""ice "or those that already have the )nowledge I am presupposing. The zona incerta is where all the sur"ace meridians connect to the brain. They all end there. To say that the meridians 2end in the brainstem3 is a oversimpli"ication. The muscle meridians connect to the third ventricle. They are not called muscle meridians because they are in the muscles. They lie below the s)in, but under the 145LI coarsely translated as 2pores3. This has some strong association with the cerebral lin)ages. The !araconscious has some interesting correlations with mari/uana and amphetamines. There is evidence to suggest psychosis associated with prescription amphetamines, but perhaps not other more potent "orms li)e methamphetamines. 4ne 6uestion arises, can the paraconsciousness be stimulated by !henylethylamine, I tried Triadalean and being that !henylethylamine in chocolate or in 4T1 supplements has very little e""ect on me, which is the drama o" being a 7opamine dominant body chemistry, it is notable that it does sometimes give one a headache in the bac) part o" the head. This is a 2normal3 healing crisis as the cerebellum is where long&term memories are hard coded into the 7N+ "rom the $N+. The cerebellum is thus connected to the subconscious and the 2gut brain3 via $N+87N+ 2pathways. The components o" the autoconscious are9 .. :. ;. =. Thalamus Hypothalamus <%trapyramidial nervous system. 0uperior and In"erior colliculi.
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<%ternal geniculate bodies and the occipital lobes. 4ptic nerves and retina. 'edial geniculate bodies. <yes, auditory nerves and temporal lobes.
The 21!53 is the "orehead, "orebrain and in some cases the temples. There is also the pituitary and ; rd ventricle. BaddC These and their associated "unctions, seeing, hearing, control o" organs, etc. This is why we re"er to the head and brain as a post&natal region. The issue with traditional 1hinese medicine, or the diagnostic medium o" 7i""erentiation o" symptoms or 740 or 0ymptom di""erentiation. Is a 2traditionally3 trained physician Dand the term physician implies the physical domain o" disease and symptomE will ignore any notion o" a 2"i%ed protocol3. This is wrong in a number o" ways, but right in terms o" basic instruction. + specialist o" acupuncture will disagree with the opinion o" a herbal specialist, the two being e%tremes on one end. + graduate o" a 1hinese medicine school will only have a 2general3 )nowledge, i" that, o" herbs +N7 acupuncture, but are not specialists. (here T1' 2ends3 the 2esoteric3 begins. Ignoring the head as a !40T&N+T+L region is "actually correct. Fut it is not true. The post&natal region o" the head, contains the - brains. In #ermany, be"ore reud, phrenology was psychology, which tells us that we have - brains. reudian psychology deals solely, in a rather tongue&in&chee) manner, with only the !araconscious mind and perhaps some ad/uncts. The prenatal state the cluster o" cells that become organs and whatnot, arrange themselves to produce the post&natal reigons o" arms, legs and head. The prenatal 2body3. The heart is "ully "ormed a"ter two&wee)s. This would be the seat o" the Guan&shen. The placenta is the Guan&/ing. The "rontal lobes are the 2un)nown area3. $ubber science says we use only .HI o" our brains. :>I or J sounds about right. The A plots DhoriKontal plane divided into A sections with the center e%tending out "rom the plotE indicates the -th component is the controlling center. In a :%: grid, we have = compartments with a "i"th e%tending "rom the center. This "i"th component is the 'edulla oblongata.. +ssociating this with 0amana is very appropriate :. The medulla is part o" the Tencephelon. (hich includes the $hinecephelon and the !ineal gland and the Lona incerta. They are somewhat e%tra un)nown areas as the nerve connections are not well understood. These lower nerve developments are not part o" the autoconscious. The )nown area o" the mind is the .st area. The ne%t area is the :nd area Dand so on "or the other plotsE. (ithout the :nd area, we have no way o" processing Negative matter ie. 7ual&nature state. $.7. Liang said that i" you want to ma)e someone psychotic, ma)e them consider what is the cause o" the matter. The cause o" the matter is the mind cannot deal with negative matter;. Thermal e6uilibrium re6uires that at least the )nown area and the new area cooperate. The .st element is +ir, its 6uality is 2!erpetual motion3. Its shape is thus circular. +ctually ? blue circles in a he%agonal pattern, but more simply /ust a circle. The issue o" perpetual motion puts this in the domain o" the . st Laws o" thermodynamics.
$40< D loribundaE9 Impacts thalamus and hypothalamus, directing meta&messages to the rest o" the body. 0timulates the medulla and limbic system "or processing and 6uic) release o" emotions, especially rage and "ear. : 0hattuc)ite DessenceE9 The etheric body is strengthened with this remedy that also can be used to release in"ormation encoded within the genetic system, such as stored languages "rom past lives. ; T1' a%iom says that9 2<%ternal pathogens come "rom heaven, Internal pathogens come "rom <motions3. <motions are 2Negative matter3 e.g. !eptides which doc) to receptors.
The :nd element is ire, who’s 6uality is e%pansion. This is naturally in the domain o" the :nd Laws o" thermodynamics. Fut are re6uired to )eep the other in chec), the 2New area3 con"ers the ability to deal with and process Negative matter.= 0omething must be said here about <ntropy and In"ormation theory and wave&particle duality. Let’s ma)e things real clear. In"ormation is matter. Its not a wavelength per se. I" you ta)e a picture o" a picture on the wall, you have data, o" a picture o" a picture. Fut you are ta)ing a picture o" something material. Gou might see re"lections o" waves o" light, and ta)e pictures o" re"lections o" light and dar). However, do not begin to thin) that one can negate in"ormation or e%perience as simply a wavelength that you can tune out li)e an annoying sound. Marma is not a wavelength, it is a physical thing. It is matter, it is made up o" tiny particles. It has density and it is sub/ect to the 2Laws3 o" <ntropy. I "ind the "orehead and or third eye is "or input, and the temple area's are "or output. The temple area at the end o" the eyebrows inside the crater o" the temple is particularly signi"icant. However since we are tal)ing about acupuncture we must also remember the base o" the s)ull and the top o" the head. The udana nadi goes "rom the top o" the head to the tip o" the nose, down "rom the top o" the head into the throat and up to the nose again to "orm a triangle. These are clinical points o" re"erence "or advanced students no less. There are uses o" mudras with some o" these points such as the temple area using the apana mudra. 0o it appears you have horns. This is attributed to the animal "rolic o" deer. Thus a use"ul leading "or dividing the whole brain into nine chambers and separating the astral body into the appropriate areas above "or bringing the lower nerve "unctionDsE under the control o" the autoconscious Dnot subconscious mindE. +nd then alternatively the e%ecutive "unctions. The hint here is the .Hth cranial nerve which is the sedation system complimenting the autonomic nervous system’s sympathetic "unctions>. In retrospect I am not so happy with my revision o" my previous dra"t blog. I guess the goal here was to assist those in understanding what the - levels or little - heavens are. They are the - brains, what is called the autoconscious. The goal is to bring these "unctions under governance o" the -th uni"ying component o" the autoconscious. The importance here is the concept o" mapping&out or mapping&in depending on the e%oteric or esoteric conte%t, de"ining a clairvoyant mode or transpsychic mode o" perception. 1on"ucius said that a mans worth is determined by the order in which he prioritiKes his sensory "unctions e.g. <thics orders perceptions. 0o, the choice here is o" limitations. 5n"ortunately even science doesnt )now very much about the brain and mind as I tried simple enough to demonstrate. 'ost arcane )nowlege is immaculately concieved, which is common )nowlege in china eg. The yellow emporer. There"ore it is easier, but not as e""ective to ma)e a diagram o" :%: or ;%; and "rom the division o" the horiKontal plane li)e a plot o" land, erect a vertical post, essentially building a s6uare based triangle to illustrate 2e%ecutive control3 or e%ecutive "unction.
The Law o" conservation o" energy is not violated i" the energyDsE used are useless "or mechanical wor). or e%ample, Man is not water perse but . (ater is the ;rd element, 6uality o" contraction. (e are tal)ing about meta& physics not simpleton physical rules. > 2Langley was principally )nown "or contributing Nmuch to the )nowledge o" this system, renamed it the autonomic nervous system, placing, because o" their "unctional relationships, the thoraco&lumbar group under the ancient name sympathetic, and the cranial and sacral groups in a new category parasympathetic.N &&Journal o" !hysiology *ol. III, No. ;.
The :%: is more o" an e%oteric healing system. +s the clairvoyant mode o" the huang /ing nei ching o" peering into the viscera o" the human body is a tool o" diagnostic vision and 6uite clinical in its application. (hereas the ;%; represents the more esoteric, transpsychic mode. I" it wasn’t clear the paraconscious mind is only an aspect o" the autoconscious, not the whole or the whole mind.
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