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Hypothalamus Reset and Chi Gong Healing

Be sure to join Master James Foo and myself this Monday, December 16th at either 10am or 9pm Eastern for a Hypothalamus Reset and Individual Chi Gong Healing Sessions.

I believe that the hypothalamus – being a master gland – is one of the keys to assisting humanity to wake up right now.  When it is balanced and working as it was designed you feel calm, relaxed, enthusiastic about life, you KNOW everything is exactly where and how it is supposed to be. It’s easier BEing in the moment.  a deeper state in meditation is reached faster, and so much more.  That’s why it is constantly being bombarded and thrown out of whack so that humanity is locked in “survival”, “fight or flight” and fear.   BUT, not any more!!  The sun is blasting out so much energy right now to assist humanity to wake up.  If you are experiencing an emotional roller coaster ride right now or have all these old emotions sticking their heads up – it’s a perfect time to balance the hypothalamus and let it do it’s job.

First let me introduce you to your hypothalamus:

The hypothalamus is part of the brain, located at the central bottom portion of the brain, serving an important purpose as the main link between the nervous system and endocrine system.  The hypothalamus uses many types of neurotransmitters and neuromodulators to control the nervous system.  Certain nerve cells in the hypothalamus control the endocrine system via the pituitary gland.  The pituitary gland is located directly below the hypothalamus.  The hypothalamus relays information sensed by the brain to the pituitary gland using neurohormones, also called hypothalamic-releasing hormones.

The hypothalamus is a tiny part of the brain of all vertebrate animals; in humans it weighs about four grams (about the size of an almond). Despite its small size, the hypothalamus plays a pivotal role in an astounding number of functional and behavioral activities that are essential for day-to-day survival of the individual animal (or person) and for continuing survival of its species. Its overall role is to collect and integrate a huge variety of information from the body and to organize neural and endocrine responses that maintain homeostasis (constant internal environment).

Carrying out this single overriding task requires coordinating the activity of the autonomic nervous system and the endocrine system, and ultimately influences several important behaviors. Thus energy metabolism is regulated by control of feeding, drinking, and digestion. Body temperature is monitored and maintained at a constant level (37 to 38°C [98.6 to 100.4°F] in humans) by a complex interplay of behavior and activity in several body systems, and reproductive behavior is coordinated with endocrine regulation of the reproductive organs. Blood pressure and composition of the blood plasma are regulated by hypothalamic mechanisms. The expression of emotions such as fear, rage, and anger are partly controlled by the hypothalamus, and it even helps regulate sleep and levels of consciousness.

The hypothalamus has a special structural and functional relationship with the pituitary gland, which dangles below it, attached by a thin stalk of nerve fibers. Important information passes along both the nerve fibers and the blood vessels of this stalk.

The hypothalamus is responsive to:

  • Light: day length and photoperiod for regulating circadian and seasonal rhythms
  • Olfactory stimuli, including pheromones
  • Steroids, including gonadal steroids and corticosteroids
  • Neurally transmitted information arising in particular from the heart, the stomach, and the reproductive tract
  • Autonomic inputs – Autonomic Nervous System
  • Blood-borne stimuli, including leptin, ghrelin, angiotensin, insulin, pituitary hormones, cytokines, plasma concentrations of glucose and osmolarity etc.
  • Stress
  • Invading microorganisms by increasing body temperature, resetting the body’s thermostat upward.

The hypothalamus maintains homeostasis; this includes a regulation of blood pressure, heart rate, and temperature.

 

All in all, the hypothalamus is a “gateway” to much that is happening right now.

Join Master James Foo and myself this Monday, December 16th at either 10am or 9pm Eastern for a Hypothalamus Reset followed by Individual Chi Gong Healing Sessions.

All are welcomed to attend the Hypothalamus sessions.  Unfortunately the individual Chi Gong Healing Sessions are currently all booked up as I emailed the Masterpiece Life community list before making this blog post.

You are welcome to be on any one or both of the calls.   🙂

 

Here are your details for the calls:

Title: Hypothalamus Reset & Chi Gong Healing – AM SESSION

Part 1:  Group Hypothalamus Reset
Part 2:  Chi Gong Healing Sessions

Time: Monday, December 16th at 7:00am Pacific | 10:00am Eastern
To attend via webcast visit:
http://InstantTeleseminar.com/?eventID=49341315

Phone Number: (206) 402-0100
Pin Code: 171508#

Or, check for a local dial-in number…
http://InstantTeleseminar.com/Local/

OR

Title: Hypothalamus Reset & Chi Gong Healing – PM SESSION

Part 1:  Group Hypothalamus Reset
Part 2:  Chi Gong Healing Sessions

Time: Monday, December 16th at 6:00pm Pacific | 9:00pm Eastern
To attend via webcast visit:
http://InstantTeleseminar.com/?eventID=49341882

Phone Number: (206) 402-0100
Pin Code: 171508#

6pm Pacific  | 9pm Eastern

 

Or, check for a local dial-in number…
http://InstantTeleseminar.com/Local/

 

 

See you on Monday!!!

Love,
Antonia

 

Sources for all the above information on the hypothalamus:

Read more: Hypothalamus – Biology Encyclopedia – cells, body, function, animal, system, different, organs, blood, hormone, specific
http://www.biologyreference.com/Ho-La/Hypothalamus.html#ixzz1XGd3rwWU

James L. Culberson
http://www.biologyreference.com/Ho-La/Hypothalamus.html