EI16 - Feeling: Forebrain & Limbic System
EI16 supplies a healthy epigenetic information field for the conscious processing of visual and other sensations, perception, feeling, emotion, cognition, memory, choice, motivation, action, evaluation, planning, and imagination…
EI16 resonates with:
- Lateral Ventricles
- Third Ventricle
- Olfactory Nerve
- Optic Nerve
- Pineal Gland
- Limbic 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 forebrain includes the cerebrum and cerebral cortex where processes related to conscious perception, thinking, decision-making, and movement occur.
The diencephalon includes the thalamus, hypothalamus, and the pineal gland.
The thalamus receives vision and other sensory inputs, other than smell, and relays them to higher brain centers. The thalamus also helps regulate the diurnal sleep/wake cycle, as well as movement and language.
The pineal gland releases melatonin during the sleep cycle. It directly regulates every cell in the body and controls sexual development.
The limbic system processes emotions, and regulates behavior, motivation, long-term memory, and olfaction.