EI13 - Hearing & Learning
EI13 supplies a healthy epigenetic information field for hearing and learning, as well as posture, orientation and coordination of movement including eye movement.
EI13 resonates with:
- Lateral Ventricles
- Fourth Ventricle
- Cerebrospinal Fluid
- Organ of Corti
- Temporal Lobes
The cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) provides material nourishment and detoxification to the central nervous system. The four brain ventricles that produce CSF are the two large lateral ventricles, as well as the third and fourth ventricles. In our Clinical Theory™, hollow cavities such as this are seen as sanctuaries for spirit mineral condensates, and thus resonating chambers that can receive and accumulate energy. If they are stressed, their resonance undergoes distortion and their spiritual and energetic function is affected. The ventricles may act as sending/receiving antennae for both propagation of brain waves and non-local communication signals.
The Cerebellum uses sensory input to coordinate precise timing of movement and regulate posture and equilibrium. Damage can affect movement skill with associated slowness and challenge with physical tasks, or even tremor. Both vision and speech can be affected. Oculomotor coordination includes fixation of visual attention, as well as saccadic, pursuit and vergence movements of the eyes.
The organ of Corti is like a microphone in the hearing process, while the temporal lobes process sound for meaning. The dominant temporal lobe processes language related cognition and memory. The non-dominant temporal lobe learns and remembers non-verbal associations. Damage in the temporal lobes challenges identification, cognition, and memory functions.