Brainless means unfocused

Unless our mind is focused, we cannot develop our body symmetrically since the energy is not distributed evenly. The focus of the consciousness is determined either by its total suspension or the development of an interlocking effort. In fact – although this may sound a bit offensive for the ones who work on developing their brain – in terms of energetic indicators, for the body the state of not-thinking is equivalent to the state of thinking. In other words, ‘Brainless’ is either the person who has not learned how to think normally or the person who is being distracted from the state of not-thinking by certain thoughts.

Both of these states are dangerous since they generate, above all, an asymmetrical development of the muscles, which then affects the overall symmetry of the person. While in a state of asymmetry man can never understand the laws of the ‘middle’ or attain experiences of a higher order (which is a product of symmetry).

In an asymmetrical body the left-running amino acids cannot fulfill the measure of the rotation, which leads to an abnormal development of the body. The right-running DNA is also limited by the temporal aspect. Therefore, under these circumstances what is given by nature cannot be transformed but can only worsen.

Naturally, asymmetry is not always negative. It is even necessary when we need to unwind symmetry. Yet asymmetry is a positive thing only in the case we have attained symmetry. Knowledge of symmetry is completely dependent on the ability to develop the mind.

We must remember that since we live in a three-dimensional space, we are dependent on the three levels of symmetry or asymmetry. Therefore our body contains three different levels of symmetry, and complete symmetry can be achieved only in the head and only then it starts affecting the whole body. So, the symmetry of the brain is a necessary condition for the interaction of the brain sections with the systems within (forehead, temples, chin, back of the head, sub cortex). And the development of the symmetry must follow the path of mental, psychological, morphological, biophysical and biochemical activities.

We must add here also the three levels – pre-celestial (given by birth), post-celestial (acquired during life) and temporal-spatial (living environment) – before we take up the task of developing the brain (or else the development might strengthen the condition and not develop the brain itself). The development of the brain should be correlated with a lifting of the threshold of sensitivity and taste, in other words the conditions that provide us with the opportunity to develop using dependent imported energy (breathing, nourishment, movement).

Unless we develop or enhance our sensitive factors, we’ll simply increase the intervention of the left or the right brain hemisphere in the functioning of the body. For example, the left hemisphere will overdevelop the right part of the body at the expense of the left part. And if we enhance or, simply speaking, focus on our sensations, we can start coordinating our brain. For example, hearing – the next stage in the development of symmetry – helps us regulate the relations in the temporal lobe of the brain, which is basically asymmetrical in most people. The following stage involves monitoring speech with the aim of avoiding overdevelopment of the left hemisphere. Uncontrolled and unfocused speech increases the energy circulation in the right part of the body.

We must know that as a result today we have a morphological asymmetry, in other words we are born with an obviously disrupted symmetry. This disruption in the symmetry naturally leads to certain biochemical living conditions that provide the person with sensations and experiences based on the laws of asymmetry and not symmetry.

Asymmetrical experiences have today filled man’s entire space. They continue to grow and have essentially almost paralyzed the symmetrical development – the share of the people with a symmetrical brain is about 1-2%. The biochemistry of asymmetrical existence kills the human in man, which is extremely dangerous. This makes man dependent on false experiences or an asymmetrical and unnatural development of experience.

So if the body and the brain are asymmetrical, we cannot claim that the body is unified, however its energetic processes still have to nourish the brain. And this is achieved by increasing the activity of the sexual hormones that activate the adrenalin, which becomes the natural nourishing environment for the brain in the asymmetrical body. Therefore man’s life becomes dependent on stressful and aggressive states and crude excitement. And, as expected, feedback is also activated and the right hemisphere starts demanding more and more excitation from the body.

All this leads to the development of an asymmetrical perception system and the most dangerous aspect of this is the lack of experience in development. The asymmetrical brain cannot have this experience, by definition, since it serves only reactionary bodily processes. This means that an asymmetrical person is devoid of individuality since his brain only serves the processes occurring in his body instead of nurturing them.

The brain is inconstant, it is constantly dependant on excitation, food, sexual excitement, excitation related to incorrect breathing… In other words, on all such bodily processes, which – even if symmetrical and right – are executed in another coordinate system by the brain. We can easily imagine how difficult it is for the lings to function in synchrony if the energy of breathing of the asymmetrical body cannot be fully used. Or how difficult it is for the kidneys, due to the fact that the body is not synchronized and the energy simply gets lost instead of being returned, which causes the wearing out of the left or the right kidney (usually the right one).

 

Q&A

If the body and brain are asymmetrical and all the above described problems are present, do we not stand a chance?

We always stand a chance is we have preserved the ability to hear, see, feel and taste.

What should we do? How should we deal with this?

We need to gradually restore all functions through the use of concentration.

What is the nature of excitation?

The nature of excitation is determined by the functioning of the bodily vessels and the vessel-centers, in other words the places where energy can be gathered and where it can resonate. Sometimes people do not have enough energy for excitation so they get excited under external impact.

I’m curious, has someone studied the symmetry of people who live in tribes away from civilization, somewhere in the Amazon jungles? How symmetrical or asymmetrical are they? This would shed light on the issue of how certain factors like living environment, society and the change of the planet affect the symmetry of the person. Also interesting would be a comparison of the symmetry on ancient people and contemporary man.

Symmetry is determined by the following conditions:

  • the quality of the womb
  • the frequency of the space (which either allows or does not allow the synchronization of the brain)
  • nourishment (which can either disturb or not disturb the functions of the bodily organs)
  • the rhythm of life (which can either disrupt or not one’s breathing)
This should be your starting point.

09 november 2011

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