physiology and psychology interwoven

“Reading People
¶ Learning to read men and women is a more delightful process than learning to read books, for every person you see is a true story, more romantic and absorbing than any ever bound in covers.

Learning to read people is also a simpler process than learning to read books because there are fewer letters in the human alphabet. Though man seems to the untrained eye a mystifying mass of “funny little marks,” he is not now difficult to analyze.

Only a Few Feelings
¶ This is because there are after all but a few kinds of human feelings. Some form of hunger, love, hate, fear, hope or ambition gives rise to every human emotion and every human thought.”

“Thoughts Bring Actions
¶ Now our actions follow our thoughts. Every thought, however transitory, causes muscular action, which leaves its trace in that part of the physical organism which is most closely allied to it.

Physiology and Psychology Interwoven
¶ Look into the mirror the next time you are angry, happy, surprised, tired or sorrowful and note the changes wrought by your emotions in your facial muscles.

Constant repetition of the same kinds of thoughts or emotions finally makes permanent changes in that part of the body which is physiologically related to these mental processes.

The Evolution of the Jaw
¶ The jaw is a good illustration of this alliance between the mind and the body. Its muscles and bones are so closely allied to the pugnacity instinct center in the brain that the slightest thought of combat causes the jaw muscles to stiffen. Let the thought of any actual physical encounter go through your mind and your jaw bone will automatically move upward and outward.

After a lifetime of combat, whether by fists or words, the jaw sets permanently a little more upward and outward—a little more like that of the bulldog. It keeps to this combative mold, “because,” says Mother Nature, the great efficiency expert, “if you are going to call on me constantly to stiffen that jaw I’ll fix it so it will stay that way and save myself the trouble.”

“Inheritance of Acquired Traits
¶ Thus the more combative jaw, having become permanent in the man’s organism, can be passed on to his children.

¶ Right here comes a most interesting law and one that has made possible the science of Human Analysis:

Law of Size
¶ The larger any part or organ the better its equipment for carrying out the work of that organ and the more does it tend to express itself. Nature IS an efficiency expert and doesn’t give you an oversupply of anything without demanding that you use it.

Jaws Becoming Smaller
¶ Our ancestors developed massive jaws as a result of constant combat. As fast as civilization decreased the necessity for combat Nature decreased the size of the average human jaw.

Meaning of the Big Jaw
¶ But wherever you see a large protruding jaw you see an individual “armed and engined,” for some kind of fighting. The large jaw always goes with a combative nature, whether it is found on a man or a woman, a child, a pugilist or a minister.”

“Exhibit a—The Irishman
¶ The large jaw, therefore, is seen to be both a result and a cause of certain things. As the inheritance of a fighting ancestor it is the result of millions of years of fighting in prehistoric times, and, like any other over-developed part or organ, it has an intense urge to express itself. This inherent urge is what makes the owner of that jaw “fight at the drop of the hat,” and often have “a chip on his shoulder.”

Natural Selection
¶ Thus, because every external characteristic is the result of natural laws, and chiefly of natural selection, the vital traits of any creature can be read from his externals. Every student of biology, anatomy, anthropology, ethnology or psychology is familiar with these facts.

Built to Fit
¶ Man’s organism has developed, altered, improved and evolved “down through the slow revolving years” with one instinctive aim—successful reaction to its environment. Every part has been laboriously constructed to that sole end. Because of this its functions are marked as clearly upon it as those of a grain elevator, a steamship or a piano.

“Survival of the Fittest
¶ Nature has no accidents, she wastes no material and everything has a purpose. If you put up a good fight to live she will usually come to your rescue and give you enough of whatever is needed to tide you over. If you don’t, she says you are not fit to people the earth and lets you go without a pang. Thus she weeds out all but the strong—and evolution marches on.

Causes of Racial Characteristics
¶ This inherent potentiality for altering the organism to meet the demands of the environment is especially noticeable in races and is the reason for most racial differences.

Differences in environment—climate, altitude and topography necessitated most of these physical differentiations which today enable us to know at a glance whether a man belongs to the white race, the yellow race, or the black race. The results of these differentiations and modifications will be told in the various chapters of this book.”

The Goddess Bibles

A Memoir By Laura Zukerman

Neurotransmitters and There Powers

Hermes

Albeit also happens when you experience chronic stress. Chronic stress is that kind of stress that just does not seem to go away.

This triggers a very similar stress response, which results in continued changes of the body. This could be such as a suppressed immune system, a digestive track that is faulty, some tunnel vision, dread and anxiety. So, when your stressed for long periods of time, this negativity affects your ability to relax. To enjoy and to exist in experiences. It also greatly impacts your health in more ways than you might Immediately expect or like.

Dopamine makes us more driven and focused. This is only on the thing that is causing stress however. This reduces activity across our brain so that we are most tightly focused on specific thoughts, emotions , ideas and inputs.

Stress can also dampen your ability to impress or undermine/influence others. This is because stress is a sign that you are nervous and afraid. If you show these signs in front of a competition it will show that they will be the alpha to your beta. Also, if you are anxious when approaching a potential mate, it shows that you are out of their league, and not in the right way. That they are too good for you. This is because you are perceiving and showing that to be the case.

As you can see the ability to control you stress response is a fantastic asset that can help you to focus more when need be. To run faster, to fight harder or just to feel completely confident in your own skin, In stressful situations.

Conversely, other neurotransmitters can be released in response to pleasure, exercise, sunlight, tiredness, darkness, excitement and more. And these all affect our mood and ability to focus in other ways.

Serotonin is the neurotransmitter that we think of as the happiness hormone. This is what makes us feel content and happy and also has a range of other roles such as suppressing pain, decreasing appetite by the production of lepton.

Melatonin is the neurotransmitter that makes us tired and sleepy. GABA is an inhibitory neurotransmitter that reduces activity in the brain and can thereby suppress stress and encourage sleep.

Dopamine is essentially a neurotransmitter that is related to goal oriented behavior. It makes you more focused and increases memory among other things. Acetylcholine is one of the principle excitatory neurotransmitters and can also play an important role in memory.

Nitric Oxide is a vasodilator and helps get more blood to the brain, and muscles. It also activates neurons that aren’t directly connected and thus has an important role in helping us wake up in the morning.

Testosterone is the mail hormone, this is linked to aggressive thoughts and behaviors as well as drive and confidence. While, estrogen is the female hormone and can have a big impact on mood.

Cortisol is the stress hormone and makes us more alert , while creating feelings of dread. This can also make us hungrier and is linked with another hormone/neurotransmitter called ghrelin

Substance P is the neurotransmitter related to the transmission of pain. Recent research says it is related to anger. Oxytocin, also called the love hormone , makes us more agreeable and Creates feelings of love , connection and bonding.

Glutamate is another neurotransmitter that is excitatory and exists in vast quantities compared to any other neurotransmitter. Anandamide is the bliss neurotransmitter and stimulates creative thinking.

Once again these neurotransmitters are released in response to our experiences and thoughts. In short your happiness, productivity, creativity, attractiveness, relationships and much more are all responsible for different quantities of these various neurotransmitters.

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Laura Zukerman

Owner and Founder At The Goddess Bibles A Memoir By Laura Zukerman

Becoming Your Inner Goddess

Goddess on Fire 🔥

Desire is an Essential Aspect to Everyone’s Life- Accepting that their will be bumps in the road

Desire is an essential and inevitable aspect of everyone’s life. There is an inner desire for perfection. The perfection of each passing day of our lives, the perfection of our relationships and our professions. If your mind revolves around a thought such as “ I am born to have a perfect life, I possess everything I need and acquire whatever I wish to do.” Well then, your off to a good start. You begin planning things accordingly. We start working towards the fulfillment of our so called desires. We start living our assumingely perfect life.

We start ignoring petty issues , which can be taken care of in the future. Why spoil the present , in thinking about the future? You say; I have a perfect life now, I can’t afford to ruin it. So, is this thought process incorrect or would you rather say imperfect with an imperfect dreamer lifestyle.

If you believe that you live in this dream life but you don’t, your not living in reality and therefore people might think that you begin to act like your never going to get it together. Unwanted emotions begin to enter your life. Fear, anxiety, disappointment.

Number 1- accept that their will be bumps in the road. Many people that are stuck in perfect situations are actually fearful of making mistakes and or failing. So many of us want our children to be perfectly happy. However, if we want our kids to be perfectly happy, then we must be comfortable with them making mistakes. We must make them able to rise to challenges when they occur.

This comes with practice, patience, bumps in the road, teaching moments, do overs and so on. They must be able to make mistakes and rise to the challenges. Recognizing and celebrating successes when they come are also a great thing to do , to celebrate their success is also your success!

If you dream of your young girl or boy to find their voice, being honest , open minded, empathetic, caring, helpful, understanding, and the likes; being perfect is not going to get her there. She or he must experience some mistakes and failures to practice these qualities to drive her forward towards success.

Remember , never let your mistakes stop you from moving forward. When we are perfectly imperfect we get the chance to Do Over, and do overs allow us to start fresh again. Realizing that you are simply you and that you are not in competition with anyone but yourself is a first step!

Let go of the overwhelming tendency to compare yourself with others. Throw out the words perfect or as good as and start with I am. Decide to celebrate who you are and what you are good at. What do you contribute to the world and the surrounding environment around you? When you do this people will follow your lead because they will see how great YOU are!

❤️

Laura Zukerman

Owner and Founder At The Goddess Bibles A Memoir By Laura Zukerman

Becoming Your Inner Goddess

Goddess on Fire 🔥

Chakras and There Power to Influence Moods and Experiences, it is different for Everyone

Chakras have meaningful power in the way they induce certain moods and experiences for different people all over the world. They have a way of balancing the physical , mental and spiritual states of all beings. Chakras are the energy systems that are within our bodies. Chakra actually originated from the word, “wheel” “cycle” or “circle.” This is the spinning life source or movement of energy we call Prana,

These specific energy points are flown through or physical bodies and they are transferred up to our spiritual bodies. These energy centers are corresponding to the seven main never ganglia. They are responsible for integrating the central nervous system, auto immune response and psychological processes such as emotions and behavioral patterns.

The seven chakras that are present in the body are as follows: the root chakra, heart chakra, third eye , solar plexus chakra, sacral chakra and crown chakra. Each chakra is correspondent to different emotional factors in the mind and body. Each energetic bodily chakra has a color that emits and radiate different colors.

Each chakra is developed through a different aspect of the human behavior and how we correspond to that behavioral system. The main point here is to learn how to manifest and obtain each chakra point and to use it to the right contextual basis. ( for the right purposes)

The solution to the problem

ground yourself , do some physical exercise, this will help activate the stagnant root chakra inside of you, by getting up and moving around. Incorporate the color red into your life, it could be in the clothes that you wear, adding some red items to your house and things of that nature. Get more grounded with this chakra and when you do the mediation to bring you into a chakra balancing, you will feel incredible.

WHAT YOU EAT IS WHAT YOU ARE! this theory is 100 percent accurate! Make sure you are eating the right foods and the right nutritional value each day from calories, to carbs, to proteins and fats. Remember the average person should be taking in at least 2,000 calories a day, and that’s just from sedentary normal people.

Next is The Sacral Chakra is located right below the naval, exactly four fingers down from the belly button. It is represented by the color orange , this chakra correlates with our ego and well as our emotional and sexual desires.

When the sacral chakra is flown freely and working correctly you are at one with yourself. You become open to passionate intimacy. You don’t not have any problems expressing your sexuality. You naturally will seek creativity opportunity available to you because your thoughts are flowing freely.

When your sacral chakra is low, you feel down and your emotional and sexual drive is completely off balance.

Then when the chakra becomes hyperactive , you begin to feel overly emotional and can’t handle anything in a sustainable environment.

How to fix a Sacral Chakra unbalancing

Shake your hips, the chakra is aligned with the hips and it will activate it to regenerate more energy to that area.

Water related activities are also considered essential to the sacral chakra. Water is the sacred chakras element. Being close to water or in water can help get the chakra energy back into your system and fix the problem! Taking warm relaxing baths and showers is also a good way to release this sacred sacral chakra.

You can also make your life more of an orange 🍊, literally and physically. Eat oranges. Wear orange , put home decor in your house that is orange, anything to help the situation. Also eating the right foods and exercise will be vital for this chakra to be your brand new energy source of resurrection!

Next: The Solar Plexus Chakra

The solar plexus chakra is located at the center of the body. Specifically at the stomach levels where the intrinsic physical energy is distributed.

It is known as the chakra that goes well with the color yellow, and has a higher vibrational frequency then the sacral chakra.

The solar plexus responds to your relationships with people whether it’s platonic or not. This chakra also represents your individuality , self esteem and how you stand up for what you believe to be right!

❤️

Laura Zukerman

Owner and Founder of The Goddess Bibles A Memoir By Laura Zukerman

Becoming Your Inner Goddess

Goddess on Fire 🔥