Meridians are the channels where the ‘chi’ or ‘vital energy’ travel through. The chakras are the centre-points that puts these etheric fluids in movement. Understanding how diseases emerge in the brain (thought and emotion) may help us identify where the vital energy is lacking or maybe where it is clogged up.
If we study our body’s nervous system we will find out that every organ, every tissue and every other of our biological systems are connected to our brain. The nervous system is like a network that relays messages back and forth from the brain to different parts of the body.
Our brains do this via the spinal cord, which spans from the brain down through our back. It contains threadlike nerves that branch out to every organ.
Well, in our brains we can also find several regions responsible for every particular emotion (not just that big territory called “limbic system”, which is a very general name. Talking about limbic system when we want to talk about a very particular emotion is like saying “Europe” when we want to emphasise “Paris”).
The limbic system deals with emotions and memory. It also reinforces behaviour.
In psychology 6 main emotions are said to be the main ones, whereas other emotions are branches or combinations of those six.
For instance, fear activates the bilateral amygdala, the hypothalamus and areas of the left frontal cortex. This involves thinking (frontal cortex), a “gut” feeling (amygdala) and a sense of urgency typically associated with survival (the hypothalamus.)
So when you feel an emotion, the specific parts of the brain responsible for that emotion are activated.
When a message comes into the brain from anywhere in the body (or from the brain itself – in the case of an physiologic emotion-response) the brain tells the body how to react. For example, if you touch a hot pan, the nerves in your skin send a message of pain to your brain. Your brain then sends a message back telling the muscles in your hand to pull away. Luckily, this neurological relay race happens in an instant.
But what happens when the pain is not physical, but emotional? What is the brain going to do to get you to make that pain stop?
The specific, microscopic region of your brain which is responding to a certain emotion is also directly connected to, say, your liver. Yes! Remember that every organ is connected to the brain? Not only the voluntary reactions are going to have an answer, the involuntary ones will also be addressed by your brain!
So… that area of our brain where a certain emotion promotes a reaction is the same area that connects directly to, say, your liver! Bang!
Similar paths are taken by vital, etheric energies – which is a current of (mostly) neutrinos and bosons.
Let’s say your liver has a problem. How can we spot the root cause of that problem? I said root, primary cause!
Let’s travel via the meridians (or nerve links if you prefer) and get to the other end of the line, that particular part of the brain. We are going to find out what types of emotions that particular part of your brain has been activated to whenever you have that particular emotion. BINGO!
Now we can trace the metaphysical reason for that disease, can’t we?
Let’s come back to the meridians now.
The meridians will definitively redirect those emotions (activated in the brain) and carry them to your liver (the other end of the line). Your liver will start behaving accordingly to what your brain is saying. Have you been too angry? Have you been too submissive? Well, your liver will know… because so does your brain – which is the other end of the line.
Meridians are “rivers” transporting etheric fluids in a current-like. So, next time you experience an illness, ask your brain what emotions caused them. And next time you have an emotion, ask your brain where is that emotion going to hit next.