From Head to Heart to Gut
One day course coming soon
With all the new information on mind and heart we now know the heart has a brain.
On this course we will practice exercises and meditation on moving from head to heart and explore our own qualities of heart space
For more information please contact Vanessa on
01502 578162 or 07961 135072
Did you know you have a hundred million neurons (also called nerve cells or brain cells) in your intestines? The gut is now being referred to by many scientists as the gut-brain. Your heart, in addition to its other functions, also acts as a heart-brain. It’s made up of about 40,000 neurons, all of which can sense, feel, learn and remember. Yep, that’s right. We have three brains communicating together at any one point in time – The more official names are- the cephalic brain (head), the cardiac brain (heart), and the enteric brain (gut). Each organ has complex neuro-networks and is able to store and process information, and each has the capacity for neuroplasticity.
Many ancient wisdom teachings have put great emphasis on checking into one’s own innate intelligence, speaking about following the wisdom of the heart and gut feelings. In recent years technology and neuroscience have finally advanced enough to prove these wisdom teachings to be correct so we now know for sure… our bodies have not one, but three brains. Each of which have different ways of ‘knowing’. Here is how you can use the intelligence wisdom and intuition of your three brains to make better decisions and stay more in touch with what really matters.
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