Thanks for getting that information on to everyone so fast. I really appreciate that. I am still getting through the information my self and I have ordered the book on Amazon. Going to get the other books too that is recommended reading.
Here is what they have to say:
In his book Mindsight2, Dan Siegel MD
explains how the brain is extended through the spinal cord and out to all of the sensory and motor nerves in the body. As we see, hear, smell, taste, and touch the world around us, there is an electrical and chemical flow of energy and information that travels to the brain and is processed in different parts of it. He says that bipolar disorder is a "dysregulation" of the brain's ability to keep the flow of energy and information at a manageable level, which causes the person to become overwhelmed.
Dr. Siegel traces the location of the regulation mechanism to the prefrontal cortex, the part of your forehead just above and right between your eyebrows. It is interesting that this is the same spot where the Hindus put a dot to signify where one should focus during meditation.
In her book My Stroke of Insight3, Jill Bolte Taylor, Ph.D.
describes how our sensory receptors are designed to detect information at the energy level. Like Dr Siegel, she describes how these "sensory information streams" are processed in the brain and lead to what we feel. She says that, "Although many of us may think ourselves as thinking creatures that feel, biologically we are feeling creatures that think."
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