All humans have brains, but there are not so many who know how to use them effectively in order to harmoniously evolve together with Nature.
There is also the human heart which carries out vital functions of the human body. The human heart has to go through the challenging process of refining the feelings and emotions so we can enjoy a quality life.
The argument of what is more important, the Human Heart or the Human Brain, has been a cornerstone between scientific minds and followers of the spiritual beliefs. What should govern human life – a rational way of thinking or emotions? Should we listen to our intellect or follow our heart?
It seems that it is almost impossible to combine both of them, just like fire and water. Too much fire can turn water into the air and too much water can put the fire down. However, if you really know how to use both, you can find a way for them to work in a powerful synergy and create a steam engine.
Nevertheless, scientists would most likely argue that the human brain is more significant than the human heart.
After all, there is a rational explanation for that – the human brain is much more complicated than the human heart. One of the main functions of the human brain is to receive and transmit information, which gives humans a chance to communicate with the surrounding environment.
Due to the work of the human brain, we know how our skin feels when we touch something, we know how the birds sing when they do, we know how flowers smell, we know how a strawberry tastes.
The human brain is needed to transform our thoughts into words and it also allows us to control the movement of our body and its parts. In many cases, we really take for granted the power of the human brain and what it can do.
If we look at the human heart, it may seem that it only has one major function in the human body – to pump blood. Nevertheless, the human heart is an extraordinary organ that works as long as we live. While the human brain is involved in complicated work, the human heart sends extra blood to the areas of the brain that need more power.
When the human brain shuts down, our heart can only beat for a few seconds, and if our heart stops, then supposedly we have up to 5 minutes to turn it back on. This observation is used by many as a proof that the human brain is more significant for human life than the human heart. However, the heart is what makes us feel and be human. With the help of the human heart, we can interact with the world on the emotional level.
The human heart is what can make us compassionate, allows us to express kindness and care for something other than our own survival. More importantly, the human heart is the reason we can feel Love.
Many people on their spiritual path believe that Love is the only true way to the “enlightenment” and that the brain should always listen to the heart, but that is just tilting the vessel to one side and making it go in circles without noticing the need for a balance in order to go forward on a spiral of spiritual growth and evolution.
“Any extremity is the sister of narrow-mindedness”
– V. G. Belinskiy
Why should there be an argument about which one is more important when they both can work together to bring benefit? Wouldn’t it be more effective to find a model that can explain how both, the human heart and the human brain, work together to create our experience of life?
The new scientific field of Infosomatics (some would still rather refer to it as pseudo or spiritual science) and the research of the International Institute of Social Ecology give an easy-to-understand model that explains how the human brain and human heart interact in the energy-informational field. This theory does not really contradict the existing scientific or esoteric models.
It actually expands them and takes them to a higher level of consciousness.
To understand this model, we just have to see a human body in a form of electromagnetic waves, where the human brain is a complicated radar system that can perceive information and transform it into energy, while the human heart is a “power generator” that creates an environment for the needed information to be transformed.
“Through human brain – time is transformed into space”
– Natalia Bekhtereva (Russian neuroscientist and psychologist, Institute for Human Brain)
There are human brain zones that are responsible for different functions of the human body. When the human brain receives waves of information from the surrounding environment (flat parallel cosmic rays), it transforms them into energy and sends it all over our body through biologically active points.
This energy is what forms energy centers (or Chakras in esoteric literature) that are responsible for certain organs and systems of the human body.
The work of these energy centers is what forms the human aura energy field (or human energy shell). The human heart (together with Heart Chakra) creates emotional shell above our human aura (see the picture below).
The emotional shell is responsible for the amount of flat parallel cosmic rays that our brain can receive.
Emotional shell functions like a magnifying lens that concentrates the rays on the top of our head (Crown Chakra in esoteric teachings) so our brain can process them. Emotional shell is powered by the emotions generated by the work of the human heart and Heart Chakra.
The more positive emotions we experience in our life, the bigger our emotional shell is. When you have a big emotional shell (it happens when you are true to yourself and positive towards things that happen in your life), your physical body gets sick a lot less.
Big emotional shell ensures a larger number of rays that your brain can then transform into energy. This process makes human aura energy field much more stable to external harmful influences from the surrounding environment.
Human Aura Energy Field is just like an atmosphere of the planet Earth. It protects our physical body from meteor showers and asteroids that can harm the surface of the planet. Besides, even contemporary scientific research claims that people who have a positive look on life (those who have a bigger emotional shell) do get sick much less than those who have less positive emotions in their life.
This model gives a great explanation of how mutual work of the human brain and the human heart allows us to interact with the surrounding environment and creates our life which we can enjoy at its fullest.
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