Your Vital Sensory Ability


The need of mending and aiding the entire body

by boosting innate healing capabilities is absolutely essential.



Out of “God’s Emotions - And What They Mean For Us” “The soul is, all at the same time, a receiver, a translator, and an interpreter. It is the receiver of information and revelation from multiple sources, receiving input through all of its sensory “gateways.” Some of this information further imprints our soul “filter” as it is received, translated, and interpreted. Our mind and emotions react to the information. If you attend to your soul’s welfare, you can move out into the dimension of sanctified thoughts, feelings, and emotions and be responsive to the Holy Spirit rather than reacting to everything through the filter of your unhealed soul. Be renewed by God’s Word one day at a time. Be a more whole candidate to receive, sense, and feel the Holy Spirit’s impulses and know how to properly respond.”


James W. Goll


Person walking at the beach / text:Sanctified Senses-Vital At Any Age / Combat Sensory Overload / Balanced Sensory Processing

The neural networks of our brain are constantly changing, with that also the growth or lack thereof. It is a reorganization and systematic adjustment, a process that is also known as a cortical remapping process.

Ideally a positive and proactive lifestyle, as we promote and nurture at Connective Wellbeing, supports preferred circuit and network changes in holistic body communication and function.

How?

By learning a new ability, the active applied practice of such and also in particular rhythmically related movements.

Boosting positive overall environmental influences, inclusive of relationships and the elimination of personal lifestyle stressors.

Fun-facts and Highlight to consider;

  • Vagus Nerve "the main nerve", is more connected to the Autonomic Nervous System

  • Fascia Tissue, the second Nervous System is thought to be the body's single largest organ

  • The Fascia Tissue is a fibrous web extending into every structure and system of the body

  • Physical and emotional pain are connected and for this we need to look at the brain, nerves, and Sensory-Motor Systems

  • Inflammation is a Chemical Mediator

  • Fascia release during movements can bring with it an emotional response and not uncommonly also tears. Consider these tears to be restorative tears and that it is a flushing out of stress related chemicals. Chemicals that can be seen as part of a traumatic experience to the Nervous System. A response that can also unfold through the releasing of a past emotional injury, that once became stuck in the Fascia Tissue via a whole body Nervous System Response. Once released these tears allow for a heightened Parasympathetic Nervous System Response, that in turn brings with it a holistic calming and relaxation effect for the body. They are a sign of “coming full circle” in a whole body grievance involved process. See them as an "unlocking of the door for final release" and new found freedom in which fuller flow and connectivity unfolds. As a holistic embrace deep within the cellular structure and the entire body moving forward in a fundamental wellness supporting way.

  • Microbiomes make up part of the Enteric Nervous System, a inter-cellular-communication and messaging pathway, even between distant tissues and organs

  • There is talk in advanced scientific research, that indicates certain cells of the connective tissues have not only direct communication ability to the Nervous System, but that they can also communicate with each other and over great distances

  • Consider what the many stressors to the body can be and that stressors in the end simply hinder our resilience. Resilience that we would otherwise have and that assures our proper connectivity through proper flow, function, strength and flexibility in pliability

  • The balanced function as a whole or the lack thereof, applies equally to the entire inward and outward function of a person

  • Stressors harden not only the tissue by a constrictive reaction and temporary overconsumption of vital nutrient essential to proper Nervous System function, but also the ability of our thought processing by constricting holistic balanced flow in the body. Hint, just look above at the Vagal Nerve health (Sympathetic and Parasympathetic Nervous System imbalance) under the header of the Peripheral Nervous System

  • Such constricting of holistic balanced flow in the body is in the end a “Filtering constriction” or “Sensory Overload and Processing Constrain”, that affects reflex and sensory processing abilities. These abilities are also in turn visible in outward movement functions via the Somatic Nervous System with Sensory Nervous System Input and Motor Nervous System Output

  • Stress affecting reflex and sensory processing capability, will also impact all others areas of our life and hinder a healthy processing ability and reactive emotional function in consideration with;

- Self (as mentioned above also inclusive biological functions within)

- Others

- God (we all have one, even if we don’t believe)

The good news is no-one is ever done developing proper holistic body communication possibilities, nor should have taken away this wonderful opportunity that can be seen as a gift.

Realize that this innate development opportunity is not dependent on your age and it is always in your hands to improve your holistic body communication and function.

Your persistent efforts will in the end only improve your overall health and wellbeing and quality of life experience.


Additional Fun Fact

Embryology - Central Nervous System (CNS)


The Central Nervous System encompasses 3 foundational layers and you could say, out of these all evolved.


A - Ectoderm

The initial start of the Central Nervous System, with 2 parts.

1. Surface Ectoderm

Epidermis, Nails, Hair

2. Neural Ectoderm

Neural Tube, Neural Crest - The Brain, Spinal Cord, Peripheral Nerves


B - Endoderm

Lining of the Gastrointestinal and Respiratory Systems

Abdominal Organs (Like - Liver, Pancreas, and Bladder)


C - Mesoderm

The 3 parts;

1. Paraxial Mesoderm

Somites - Axial Skeleton (Vertebrae, Sacrum, Coccyx, Ribs, and Sternum)

Dermis / Below the Epidermis (Containing Blood Capillaries, Nerve Endings, Sweat Glands, Hair Follicles, Other Structures)

Muscles

2. Intermediate Mesoderm

Gonads (Testis / Ovaries), Urogenital System or Genitourinary System (Excretion and Reproductive Structures - Kidneys, Ureters, Bladder, Urethra)

3. Lateral Plate Mesoderm

Parietal Mesoderm and Visceral Mesoderm - Limb Skeleton, Muscular Wall of the Gut Tube


References,

  • Embryology, Central Nervous System

by Mohamed Elshazzly; Michael J. Lopez; Vamsi Reddy; Omar Caban

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK526024/


  • “Your Gut Brain, Neuron Circuit” by Emily Underwood, in Science

https://www.sciencemag.org/news/2018/09/your-gut-directly-connected-your-brain-newly-discovered-neuron-circuit#



Silke De Oca, owner of Connective Wellbeing


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