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. People are using their mental and emotional bodies to learn not their etherical body (etheric).
Our Electromagnetic System “Our Senses” affects other parts of the brain that have a part in some of the most important aspects of learning which includes the following tasks:
analysis (break down category and sequencing)
memory/learning (short and long term memory)
autonomy (meaning) and attunement (motivation)
Sympathetic State (Mental Bodies)- anger, fight and flight, hyperactive thymus (upper- heart chakra) resulting in hyperactive systems and senses.
Parasympathetic State (Emotional Bodies)- shame, freeze, hypoactive thymus (upper-heart chakra) resulting in hyperactive systems and senses.
GOAL: A Neutral State, when learning under stress, of equanimity of the structures and interacting areas of the limbic system are involved in motivation, emotion, learning, and memory. The limbic system is where the subcortical structures meet the cerebral cortex. … The limbic system also interacts with the basal ganglia.
NOT A Functional System Dominance (FSD)
When the RAS & ACC (anger)/HPA (shame) and the brain stem (reptilian brain) regulates our sympathetic (anger) and parasympathetic (shame) systems as it responds to stress: such as when reading. It also acts as a vehicle for sensory information. Note: Students with Sympathetic Functional System Dominance (anger-SFD) have mostly hyper-sensory processing and Parasympathetic Functional System Dominance (shame-PFD) has hypo-sensory processing and Total Functional System Dominance (both anger and shame- TFD) and varied processing. This disequilibrium of the systems can make appropriate learning behavior more or less challenging such as: self-regulation, attention and executive functioning, oppositional and aggressive behavior, anxiety and possibly even depression.
Anterior Cingulate Cortex (ACC) and Vibrating the Alta Major Chakra
The Cinguate Gyrus (CAN)- is a large arch-like lobe in the center of the inner brain that is a part of the limbic system; it houses the organs and their interactions constitute the Anterior Cingulate Cortex (ACC-shame) and the main function of this area of the brain functions to process conscious emotional experience and the parasympathetic nervous system (right side). The ACC plays an important part of conscious reappraisal of emotions such as shame/empathy and anger/strength for the ARAS). Note: The amygdala, bulb at bottom not shown in pic.., is where The Cinguate Gyrus (CAN) first receives perceptions from the mind via the thymus, via the peripheral cranial/CNS nerves, then onto the ACC. A hyper-, hypo- amygdala works harder and the VACC can get dysregulated (shame mainly).
The hypothalamic–pituitary–adrenal axis is a complex set of direct influences and feedback interactions among three components: the hypothalamus, the pituitary gland, and the adrenal glands associated with the soma chakra and anger. These organs and their interactions constitute the HPA (anger) axis, a major neuroendocrine system that controls reactions to stress and regulates many body processes, including digestion, the immune system and the sympathetic nervous system (frontal lobe/left side). Note: Like above, the amygdala, bulb at bottom not shown in pic.., is where The Cinguate Gyrus (CAN) first receives perceptions from the mind (cellular memory- anger mainly) via the thymus, via the peripheral cranial/CNS nerves, then onto the ACC. [Retrieved from The Brain Network Driving Changes in Consciousness — FeaturedNeuroscience·December 28, 2020, et al. “The Brain Network Driving Changes in Consciousness.” Neuroscience News, 28 Dec. 2020, neurosciencenews.com/consciousness-brain-network-17491/).]
NOR A Responsive System Dysfunction (RSD)
Lastly, it helps to be familiar with the midbrain (mammalian brain) which includes: medulla oblongata and pons do their jobs effectively such as…
Basal ganglia- regulating motor functions. Students with Sympathetic Functional System Dominance (anger-SFD) have mostly hyper-sensory processing and hyperactivity in their proprioceptive, somatic, vestibular, and gross-motor abilities (ADHD- hyperactive type & cerebral palsy) and Parasympathetic Functional System Dominance (shame- PFD)- have mostly hypo-sensory processing and hypoactivity in their proprioceptive, somatic, vestibular, and fine-motor abilities (ADHD-inattentive type & dysgraphia). Varied is, of course, Total Functional System Dominance which is most common with dysgraphia (anger and shame- TFD).
Hippocampus- Parasympathetic Functional System Dominance (shame- PFD)- have mostly hypo-sensory processing and hypoactivity of the hippocampus which helps humans process and retrieve two kinds of memory, declarative memories, and spatial relationships. Declarative memories are those related to facts and events. Examples include learning how to memorize speeches or lines in a play. Spatial relationship memories involve pathways or routes. Spatial relationship memories appear to be stored in the right hippocampus. The hippocamp is also where short-term memories are turned into long-term memories. Relative to the hippocampus, these memories are then stored as polarities in the brain-experiences and reality of consciousness the past, future and present. (see RAS specially ACC above- associated with the alta major chakra and shame and see PONS and Thymus below).
Thalamus- integrates and sends sensory information such as autonomic functions (para/ sympathetic) aka sensory relay nucleus.
Olivary body- motor learning and perception of sound (auditory and visual processing specifically).
Hypothalamus- speed processing of information also you need to remember the important RAS info. which includes the following excerpt: ‘The RAS is said to be the gas pedal [slow, accelerate 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). The lateral hypothalamus mediates an array of cognitive and physical processes that widely projects throughout the nervous system. Also, includes the hippocampus (see above)- which is in the limbic system and regulates perceptions (such as the perception of shame, long-term memory). Students with Sympathetic Functional System Dominance (SFD) react with anger and have hyper-speed (accelerated) processing and long-term memory issues (both also varied from trying to regulate accelerated-slow so one and so forth). Students with Parasympathetic Functional System Dominance (PFD) filters with perceptions of shame, have slow speed processing (also the controversial- slow cognitive speed tempo) and bypassing the facts needed for short-term memory (effects sequencing skills, background knowledge)-headed straight to filtering based on meaning and perceptions (again shame)- short term memory issues are actually a prefrontal lobe executive functioning issues. Again, the frontal lobe to perceive the universal emotions which are the following: anger, strength, joy, bliss, shame, empathy, courage, compassion, and harmony (executive functioning logic through analysis or evaluation) where the mind deems how important (what or why). Basically, Remember the PONS< RAS-alta major chakra, pineal and pituitary gland (pituitary chakra), crown chakra specifically for Parasympathetic Functional System Dominance (PFD) & PONS< HPA- soma chakra, hypothalamic–pituitary–adrenal axis for Sympathetic Functional System Dominance (SFD). Varied speed processing (hypo-, hyper-) is, of course, Total Functional System Dominance which is most common with dysgraphia (anger and shame- TFD) [Petty, Peter G. “Consciousness.” Journal of Clinical Neuroscience, vol. 3, no. 4, 1996, p. 390., doi:10.1016/s0967–5868(96)9004].
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