Wednesday, October 20, 2010
A Tale of Two Nervous Systems
This is a tale of two nervous systems that can help you understand why your self-concept is so important in how you decide to take care of your health.
The first nervous system is well known. The brain and spinal cord act together to coordinate all the functions of the body. The brain and spinal cord also interpret thoughts in a way that affects hormones and neurotransmitters which leads us to believe emotions play a role in how well the body responds to stress. We know the nerves that exit the spine connect the muscles and organs to the brain as well as to each other.
The other nervous system is invisible. It cannot be seen on an MRI. It cannot be dissected by an anatomist in a lab. It is the innate intelligence that makes us alive. Innate intelligence is the most natural gift of the human body that communicates creation and healing. Innate intelligence tells a tree to grow from a tiny seed to a large monstrosity. Innate intelligence initiates cell division and organ formation when the egg and sperm meet.
The invisible innate intelligence relies on a healthy super highway in order to deliver the expressions of life. This super highway is the physical nervous system. Innate intelligence and the brain and spinal cord work together to do amazing things we will never fully understand. But, we can nurture our lives in the most unique way through chiropractic care.
How we value the invisible nervous system is reflected by the way we care for the visible nervous system.
Read an interesting story about Masha and Dasha conjoined twins who had very different health states even though they shared their blood supply.
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