CHAMBER ONE: THE NEURO CHEMISTRY OF SEX LEVEL 2 WHERE DOES DESIRE COME FROM???

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In the beginning---so the saying continues.
We (NU-AFRIKANS) have to continue dealing with our present state as the first humans made by our ancestors in a series of evolved processes. One of the most evolved processes was dealing with the BRAIN. (I will use Afrika as our most common term of Nu Afrikan when referring to our Mother Continent even though many of us are from various diverse aspects of Afrikan Culture refer to our Mother Continent with many names and I respect all of them.) My challenge is to not become too technical and lose the necessary and vital interest of those partaking in this URGENT, AND CRITICAL

STUDY relating to the BEHAVIOR GUIDANCE SYSTEM that was surgically began by our ancestors and subsequently intimately placed within the first females DARK AFRIKAN WOMBS. The BGS (behavior guidance system) that is within our brains is very complex no doubt, and trying to both explain and explore it in a simplified process is one of the great challenges of the Human (NUAFRIKAN) Sexuality study. How can identifying and understanding the brain and the CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM (CNS) help us to improve our sexuality and selection processes for the desire to COURT AND MATE? First, we must gain some kind of comprehension of the individual parts of our biological selves and why we behave in certain manners or feel compelled to engage in certain social activities. Let’s examine the Neuro Chemistry of Sex in a quick and second level over-view of what we have studied so far from another angle. Our body’s communication and decision making Switch Board is our CNS (central nervous system) and its two main circuits are the brain and the spinal cord that is also connected to the PNS (peripheral nervous system (NERVES---DON’T GET ON MY NERVES). We are living machines being controlled everyday by biological parts that many of us don’t even give second thought to because we leave it in the hands of the medical profession; and then we wonder why certain things happen to us in our everyday functions of life because we don’t properly keep ourselves educated and informed. What makes us blink our eyes, breathe, memorize things, imagine things, and DESIRE THINGS?

There are three parts to the brain:

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1. The cerebrum fills up most of your skull. It is involved in remembering, problem solving, thinking, and feeling. It also controls movement. 2. The cerebellum sits at the back of your head, under the cerebrum. It controls coordination and balance. 3. The brain stem sits beneath your cerebrum in front of your cerebellum. It connects the brain to the spinal cord and controls automatic functions such as breathing, digestion, heart rate and blood pressure. http://www.alz.org/brain/01.asp The other common names include: the forebrain, midbrain, and hindbrain. Let’s look at another diagram of the brain exposing the cerebrum or cortex and its four divisions (THE LOBES- the frontal lobe, parietal lobe, occipital lobe, and the temporal lobe) with an explanation of their functions.

Lobes of the Cerebral Cortex’s Functions:
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Frontal Lobe- handles reasoning, planning, parts of speech, movement, emotions, and problem solving Parietal Lobe- handles movement, orientation, recognition, perception of stimuli Occipital Lobe- handles visual processing Temporal Lobe- handles perception and recognition of auditory stimuli, memory, and speech

Scientist speculate that the cerebellum (little brain) viewed from an evolutionary scale is much older than the cerebrum. What this means to us is that they think animals that evolved prior to humans, such as reptiles have well developed cerebellums without having a neocortex. (Remember, the neocortex is that part of the brain that differentiates mammals from other vertebrates and it is a theory that the neocortex is responsible for the EVOLUTION OF INTELLIGENCE)

What is also being discussed amongst the scientific community is the “REPTILIAN PART OF THE HUMAN BRAIN.”

Now let’s examine the three parts of the Human brain from this angle. The notably distinctive parts are known as: THE REPTILE BRAIN, THE MAMMAL BRAIN AND THE NEOCORTEX.

Scientific studies are proving that this part of the human brain is the most ancient part of human biology AND developed FIRST. This curiously studied aspect of our human psyche produces the SURVIVAL INSTINCTS: FIGHT OR FLIGHT, BECOME TERRITORIAL AND THE NUMBER ONE HUMAN SEXUAL INSTINCT---REPRODUCE!!!

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HOW DO WE REMEMBER TO DESIRE SEXUAL CONTACT?
Well, we will have to further study the changes in the BGS (BEHAVIORAL GUIDANCE SYSTEM). After careful research and investigation this is what was found:

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The subsequent evolution of the neocortex shifts the position of the hippocampus (at the

extreme medial edge of what was the non-mammalian dorsal cortex) and the amygdala (originally in the ventral telencephalon) to a region of the temporal lobe. The thalamus is restructured so that it redirects the non-mammalian forebrain's three kinds of output back to the telencephalon, and this results in the creation of three circuits in the mammalian forebrain. Each circuit is a pathway of neural projections that includes both the thalamus and the neocortex along with special structures that make

them different from one another. And each circuit serves one of the basic sub functions of the animal behavior guidance system. The sensory input circuit serves as local image with the memory in the functional diagram. The behavioral output circuit combines the systems labeled body image and behavior generator in the functional diagram. The third circuit is the affective system, for selecting goals of mammalian behavior, which attaches desires to objects in the local image by

activating dispositions in the behavior generator.”
(http://www.twow.net/ObjText/OtkCbGeRRS06C.htm#_ftnref1)

Our WARRIOR NATURES comes from the REPTILIAN part of our brain and without it many of us would not survive, while on the other hand the MAMMALIAN part of our brain is needed to give us the URGE to NURTURE, LOVE AND ATTACH OURSELVES TO OTHERS (Tribes are formed this way), make and follow LAWS and RULES; and this is thought to be the best part of US.

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Mammalian Brain Sexual Reproduction

Reptilian Brain Love and nurture

CHAMBER ONE: THE NEURO CHEMISTRY OF SEX-LEVEL 2 STUDY QUESTIONS and INSTRUCTIONS

1) How can identifying and understanding the brain and the CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM (CNS) help us to improve our sexuality and selection processes for the desire to COURT AND MATE? 2) What are our body’s communication and switch board and its two main circuits? 3) What are they designed to do? 4) What makes us blink our eyes, breathe, memorize things, imagine things, and DESIRE THINGS? 5) Name the three parts to the brain. 6) What are their functions? 7) Name the other three common names for the brain.

8) Close your eyes and name each part of the brain; and tell yourself what each part of your brain is helping you to perform. 9) What is the most ancient part of our brains and what is it designed to do within us? 10) What part of the BGS allows us to associate and attach our desires to? 11) What part of the brain is thought to be the best part of us? Ongoing Experiment: Every time you see or meet the opposite sex and you immediately began feeling an attraction for that person, try your best to stay aware of the different parts of the brain that are at work and see if you can control the attraction until further investigation into other aspects of what is driving you to desire that person or think you’re attracted to person. Make sure to journal this experiment and share some of your findings with the class. Thank you.

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