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The senses ....

Discussion in 'The Cave' started by Sue-UK, Jul 19, 2014.

  1. Sue-UK

    Sue-UK New Member

    If I go back to the action rest action rest .....then thinking HBN, passing information ....... :confused:if the senses are integrated, would we switch between action and rest coherently, the rest portion being in a quantum reality, slowing down time, but in a typical way in relation to the signal as a whole..... Incoherence or lack of sensory integration leading to sensory signalling problems through the HBN .......... ? What would happen I wonder in the case of one part of the brain staying longer in the rest position... could a longer "rest" by part of the brain result in the savant phenomena?
     
  2. ssj3

    ssj3 Silver

  3. Sue-UK

    Sue-UK New Member

    I watched the Panorama programme on this last night .....

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-29645760

    Amazing .... but what particularly caught my eye in relation to the senses is that "the treatment used olfactory ensheathing cells (OECs) - specialist cells that form part of the sense of smell."

    I also thought about the potential of adding epi paleo and CT ........:)
     
  4. Sue-UK

    Sue-UK New Member

    I asked my friend a few weeks back and she said the bad reaction was to green ..... Hadn't thought about it further but with http://forum.jackkruse.com/index.php?threads/bio-hacking-eye-color.12033/#post-145783 think I need to think about it .....:confused:
     
  5. Sue-UK

    Sue-UK New Member

    The early morning CT water is now in the low forties Fahrenheit, and the drop has turbo boosted fat loss...:D I don't stay in that long at those temperatures, I just get the feeling its enough, and go by how red my skin is. Intuitively I think that when I get in its a sensory shock, but that after a while the change becomes "same" and the information flow stops ...... The environment continues to act on me, but if the information flow has stopped, I'm more likely to overdo it ...

    the bio hacking eye colour thread had me getting my irises photographed ..... I've decided to work on getting my skin in better condition to act as better solar panels ..... I've started doing head massage while I'm sat in the bath, (head zone worse on iridology chart), also massaging an enzyme lotion that contains garlic extract into a couple of areas on my legs that don't go pink properly ..... And I've added hot and cold showers to stimulate quicker response to temperature change. Looking at the iris pictures started me thinking about the skin as an elimination route for photons of the wrong wavelength ..... There's an electron counter in the brain..... Is it also the photon counter ..... when in the summer flies landed on me, was I leaking light generally and they were attracted to the blue part, or was I excreting blue light specifically because of the seafood ..... Is DHA the sacrificial molecule ..... Is it that in the presence of excess blue light, DHA in the skin helps blue light excretion, or reflection back into the environment .... :confused:
     
  6. Sue-UK

    Sue-UK New Member

    I had a bad cold which kept me out of the outside water for about 2 weeks, (and the blogs were completely beyond me.....) Mum had a fall and hit her head and bruised her ribs .... but she's now OK so its been back to normal for the last ten days, so I'm catching up and I've got back into CT.... :cool:

    The outside early morning water temperature has got down to under 5C, the lowest has been 2.5C, this morning it was 3.6C. I do about 12 minutes at that temperature, having built up from about 8 minutes. Most days I go back in later in the afternoon for another 10 minutes, its usually up to 7 or 8. If I refill the bath from the well, the underground water temperature is 11C ish, which seems much too warm now. :confused:

    If I'm indoors I hate a draught, DH will go out to the shed and leave the front door open and I really feel it ...... 5 minutes later I can be sat in 3C water outside without a problem ..... :confused:The challenge now is keeping my less adapted shoulders and neck submerged, which means the feet and the bottom of my legs stick out over the end of the bath. I check the water temperature before I get in, and then every couple of minutes afterwards. If I raise the water temperature by at least 1C I've achieved the minimum target, then I just watch my skin colour and go with my gut when its enough. If there's some photons to gather its not too bad, if its dismal its still OK .... but the wind chill :eek: I've watched clouds and the birds, and enjoyed the sun when I can, but mostly I find myself focused on the temperature, a bit of mental CT to go with the dominant environmental signal at the moment. I've put on 5lb but my body comp is improving so I'm not bothered ...... hoping its muscle and better hydration:)
     
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  7. nonchalant

    nonchalant Silver

    You've got me wondering, Sue. As a child, my favorite color was red (never pink!). Then it turned to yellow, and now it is green (but not blue-green). Why am I going up the scale?
     
  8. nonchalant

    nonchalant Silver

    Sue, I've noticed that my flabby skin areas are less sensitive to touch. But since I've been brushing the skin, and also eating seafood 1-2 times/day, the skin is starting to tighten up and get smoother. And it seems to be more sensitive now. Not as good as the nearby skin, but coming along.

    Is collagen involved in the sense of touch? The brushing would be stimulating the nerves, but I brush more than just the 'impaired' skin. Perhaps increased magnetism is working wonders? I know the DHA will make the skin tougher and smoother, I've experienced that transformation elsewhere on my skin. So that is sure a part of it. Magnetism would attract all that lovely DHA circulating around...

    When I CT, I'm careful to give these areas plenty of cold exposure in the tank. Perhaps I'll try using ice packs in the evening to help the process along.
     
  9. Sue-UK

    Sue-UK New Member

    EE 6...... We stimulate solitons when we touch or massage our tissues .. Maybe that's why I prefer skimming ice over my skin in water to using ice packs. It adds movement, pressure etc. (Might be time to bring that back in now spring is here and the water temp is going up. )

    I've been thinking about it in terms of quantum changes (such as solitons) resulting from energy input to the hydrogen bonding network..function changes....Then structure ....... (Skin in this case) structure (with lots of DHA , so a better structural battery can then hold more charge) follows?

     

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