Have you ever fallen in the midst of a fight? To me, often as a child, and still in my family, there are moments of misunderstanding and lack of Love.

Today, I had the opportunity to attend a quarrel unique to my experience so far: I was both the victim and the culprit. Two people were fighting for me.

The reason I will not explain it to you is extremely basic and domestic as it came out of the oven in Turkish or Latin series.

My heart was beating, my left eye was getting a nervous tick, my stomach was unblocking and I was only able to stay calm, breathing deeply and completely focusing my attention on that tune that accidentally went in the background.

I didn't know what to say, nor did I want to get involved in a dispute that grew into shouts, insults, threats, and bumps. Maybe 10 minutes went on.

I remembered the interview I was listening to recently with Dr. Mario Martinez, a clinical neuropsychiatrist and creator of Biocognitive Science Theory. Science exploring the relationship and relationship between our health, consciousness, thoughts and culture, as well as the bioinformation field they create.

The biocognitive model evolves from research done in the fields of psycho-neuro immunology, neurology and cultural anthropology.

Psycho-neuro immunology, also known in later years as psycho-neuro cardio immunology, examines the interaction between our mental processes, our nervous system and our immune system.

Research done in the field shows that our immune system responds to our environment and our emotions. For example, a sense of compassion stimulates the production of immunoglobulin IgA. The feeling of shame, in turn, causes the appearance of inflammatory molecules.

*IgA antibodies are most commonly found in the nose, airways, digestive tract, ears, eyes and vagina. IgA antibodies protect body surfaces from foreign substances. This type of antibodies are found in saliva, tears, blood. About 10% to 15% of the antibodies in the body are IgA antibodies (from framar.bg).

On the other hand, inflammatory processes, as already widely recognized in medicine, not only lead to a number of chronic and even deadly diseases, but are also associated with conditions such as chronic depression.

Aside from the shame discussed above, another inflammatory emotion is the feeling that you have been abandoned or betrayed, leading to stimulation of the secretion of cortisol and adrenaline.

Shame makes one feel tight, wanting to evaporate. A sense of warmth is created in the body. The feeling of abandonment is associated with fear and unpleasant cold sensations. The emotion of betrayal is hot and is so common anger today.

These emotions begin to accumulate from an early age, and the biological processes activated by them even lead to changes at the genetic level. Epigenetics studies * indicate that children undergoing regular stressful situations, be it parental scandals, cohabitation with a sick or overly nervous parent, physical abuse, or simply lack of attention, develop a genetic defect.

* Epigenetics: science that studies how the environment affects our genes.

Because stressful situations usually happen at different times and at different intervals, the body begins to produce preventative stress hormones to prepare. This change occurs in all 23 chromosomes. The presence of more stress hormones, however, leads to hypersensitivity to the environment. For example, someone ranks you into the store and you rage. Hypersensitivity, in turn, signals the production of more stress hormones.

The good news, of course, is that, with the necessary desire and self-discipline, these processes in the body can be controlled, purely and simply by controlling our emotions. Mastering them does not mean suppressing them, but rather transforming them. The power of our free choice extends to the point that we can consciously make a choice about how to feel in us.

If we feel ashamed, replace it with a sense of reverence and respect that is known for our ability to unlock anti-inflammatory processes. It is important to clarify: respect and respect for oneself.

If you feel abandoned, lonely, or betrayed by others, replace those feelings with a sense of self-respect and aspiration, to keep your word.

So in this line of thought, imagine only the whirlwind of processes, hormones, and more, in the bodies and space around the brawlers. Think about what happens in your body next time you break out, and what you unlock in the bodies of those around you.

At the end of this experience, I learned, once again, a very important lesson: It is best to remain silent and let the souls calm down and balance before the next conversation. And let him be with Love.


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