Ancestors and Different Intelligences

  • 2011

According to the ancestors of different parts of our world, our body is sentient and thinking. For example, in the case of the ancestors of the Australian tribes, when a person is injured or becomes ill, the tribe gathers around him along with the patient and sings to him asking for forgiveness of the wound or affected part. And it automatically enters remission and there are miraculous cures.

The same thing happens in the amazing cures of the Hawaiian wizards, they enter into direct prayer with the affected party asking for forgiveness in an act of prayer where they they involve them, the patient and all the lives during which they have met and involved with that person and heals are considered miraculous.

In Inka ancestral knowledge, everything is reciprocity. One becomes ill when filled with heavy energy or "piggy bank", for having selfish attitudes and not letting the "sami" or light energy flow. Therefore, in the cures the part of the body is asked to harmonize with the pachamama and allow the blockage to balance. And the healthy person.

In the case of the Lakotas, in the north, the body is spoken to inform you that a medicine is going to cure it, and medicine too. And logically people heal.

As we see, taking some cases of ancestral medicine, we reach an interesting conclusion: The ancestors accepted the parts of our body as a completely intelligent and autonomous being of the brain ... that, during the last centuries, was taken as frank superchery or superstition ... but let's see now the most recent discoveries of science ... you're going to be dumbfounded.

The wisdom of the body is a good point of access to the hidden dimensions of life: it is totally invisible, but undeniable. Medical researchers began to accept this fact in the mid-1980s.

Previously, intelligence capacity was considered exclusive to the brain, but then evidence of intelligence was discovered in the immune system and then in the digestive system.


Dr. Bert discovered (and then confirmed by other scientists), that there are intelligent receptor types not only in brain cells, but in all cells of all parts of the body (they were initially called neuropeptides).

When they began to observe the cells of the immune system, for example, those that protect against cancer, infections, etc., they found receptors of the same types as in the brain. In other words, your immune cells, the ones that protect you from cancer and infections, are literally watching every

Your thoughts, every emotion, every concept you emit, every wish you have. Each small cell T and B of the immune system produces the same chemicals that the brain produces when it thinks. This makes everything very interesting, because now we can say that immune cells are thinking. They are not as elaborate, as is the brain cell that can do it in English or Spanish, but it does think, feel, get excited and want, be happy, sad, etc. And this is the cause of diseases, stress, cancer ... etc. ... when you get depressed, they go on strike and let the viruses that settle in your body pass.


Ten years ago it seemed absurd to talk about intelligence in the intestines. It was known that the lining of the digestive tract has thousands of nerve endings, but they were considered simple extensions of the nervous system, a means to maintain the bland task of extracting nutrients from food. Today we know that, after all, the intestines are not so bland. These nerve cells that extend through the digestive tract form a fine system that reacts to external events: a disturbing comment at work, an imminent danger, the death of a relative.

Stomach reactions are as reliable as brain thoughts, and equally complicated.


Colon, liver and stomach cells also think, only not with the verbal language of the brain. What we call "visceral reaction" is just a hint of the complex intelligence of these billions of cells.

In a radical medical revolution, scientists have accessed a hidden dimension that no one suspected: cells have overtaken us in intelligence for millions of years.


Many believe that consciousness originates only in the brain. Recent scientific research suggests, in fact, that consciousness emerges from the brain and body acting together. Growing evidence suggests that the heart plays a particularly significant role in this process.

Much more than a simple bomb, as was once believed, the heart is currently recognized by scientists as a highly complex system, with its own functional "brain." That is, the heart has a brain or intelligence. According to new research in the field of Neurocardiology, the heart is a sensory organ and a sophisticated center to receive and process information.

The nervous system within the heart (or the "brain of the heart") enables it to learn, remember, and to make functional decisions regardless of the cerebral cortex. Apart from the extensive network of nervous communication that connects the heart with the brain and the rest of the body, the heart transmits information to the brain and the body interacting through an electric field.

The heart generates the most powerful and most extensive electric field in the body. Compared to that produced by the brain, the electrical component of the heart field is something like 60 times larger in amplitude, and penetrates every cell in the body. The magnetic component is approximately 5000 times stronger than the magnetic field of the brain and can be detected several feet away from the body with sensitive magnetometers.


The HeartMath Institute's research suggests that "breathing with Attitude" is a tool that helps you synchronize your heart, mind and body to give you a more powerful psychophysiological coherence. By using this technique regularly - try 5 times a day - you will develop the ability to make a lasting change in attitude. With “Breathing with Attitude, ” you focus on your heart and the solar plexus while breathing with a positive attitude. The heart will automatically harmonize the energy between the heart, mind and body, increasing awareness and clarity.

The Attitude Breathing Technique

1. Focus on your heart while inhaling. As you exhale focus on the solar plexus. The solar plexus is about 4 inches below the heart, just below the sternum where the right and left sides of the thoracic box meet.

2. Practice inhaling through the heart and exhaling through the ribcage for 30 seconds or more to help anchor your attention and energy there. Then, choose some positive attitude or thought to inhale or exhale during those 30 seconds or more. For example, you can inhale an attitude of appreciation and exhale one of attention.

3. Select breathing attitudes that help you compensate for negative emotions and imbalances in the situations you are going through. Breathe deeply with the intention of heading towards the feeling of that attitude. For example, you can inhale an attitude of balance and exhale an attitude of mercy, or you can exhale an attitude of love and exhale an attitude of compassion.

Practice different attitude combinations that you would like to develop. * You can say out loud Breathing Sincerity, Breathing Courage, Breathing Tranquility, Breathing Gratitude or any attitude or feeling you want or need. * Even if you don't feel the change of attitude at the beginning, making a genuine effort to change, at least It will help you reach a neutral state. In which, you will have more objectivity and save energy.

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