Neurochemicals: Pathways to Self-Healing

Neurochemicals

Neurochemicals are chemicals that function in our nervous system. As such, they transmit signals from neurons, regulate thoughts, adjust emotions, promote growth, manage nervous system cell repair and play an important role in the cognition process.

One major type of neurochemical is the neurotransmitter, which transmits signals by crossing the synapses between neurons. One example of a very common neurotransmitter is glutamate, important in learning and memory.

Another important neurotransmitter that we have is dopamine which affects memory, motivation and voluntary motor control. Our brains release dopamine to create pleasurable sensations.

Endorphins are neurotransmitters that we produce during times of intense sensation. These endorphins are actually peptides that we make in the body. In times of stress, they can lower the sensation of pain and can create a feeling of euphoria.

Another neurochemical is the hormone oxytocin important in social bonding, sexual arousal and maternal behavior. Increased levels of oxytocin produce feelings of calm, contentment and trust.

Serotonin, melatonin and dimethyltryptamine (DMT) are three neurotransmitters produced by the Pineal Gland. Each plays an important role in the cognition process. As they travel throughout the brain, they give rise to sensory, extrasensory and synesthesia experiences.

Serotonin, in particular, plays an important role in the cognition process that begins in the Crown Chakra and finally results in a self-referral State of Being. This process in itself activates the energy healing process.

Certainly, our brain chemistry has a profound effect on our health, capabilities, behavior and our ability to come  a self-referral State of Being.

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