Dynamo Jack, Carlos Castaneda, Don Juan discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

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Thousand one. By the way. For those of you who have written me saying some of you here what's going on during the network breaks. And because of the after strike the after strike. They're not playing the usual public service announcements during the break that they used to play. Because of actors fees, or whatever the hell. The big struggle is going on right now. So they have sent us this strange music that we are supposed to play during the breaks. My choice of music. This is generic music. It's pretty awful. But we're playing that during the brakes until the resolution of whatever in the hell is going on is resolved dissolve you might want to know. I get a lot of emails on that some of you don't ever hear it others who here the brakes do hear it. And that's it's not our fault. We have nothing to do with that. When the stupid thing is over. We'll get back to normal. And we don't know when that will be all right back now to kneel slate. Well, now, you're byles toast. And so as part of my palm. Hold your head a bowl of cold water. I think that may. Yeah. Sure, I'll do that during the show. Alright. So our brain really is that powerful. It's the command center, you know, it's it's the one part of your body. You can't do without s now let me stop you there. One of the points that we're going to bring a lot of new stuff tonight. We've talked about cloud busting in the past. And who knows what may touch on it? But. You have this notion that our body may have a second brain. Yeah. Now that some notion now, this is believe me, this is not my idea. I'm relaying to you and your audience. Yes, be newest scientific findings on error nervous system. And interestingly enough it really ties in with dynamo. Dynamo Jack when he explains where he's generating the electricity from that. He didn't guides and controls with his big brain he points to the area where the scientists are saying our second brain is. Where's that in our belly in our bellies? That's right. Also, it also ties in with other. Other information that I've gathered from other people who have shown extraordinary controls of mind body, and we'll scientists have extensively. X-rayed MRI and otherwise looked at our bellies. And as far as I know they haven't seen anything that looks like brain stuff down there. Here's what it is. There is a nervous system in the belly. And we're talking about in the intestines called the end Carrick nervous system. Any kind of you know, we knew about this. But it's been kind of ignored. But doctors are now understanding how it is so similar to our big brain in our head and that it's just not an extension of the nervous system. Now what it is. It's a network of nerves that surrounds the the. Let me let me say it this way. Scientists who studied the network surrounding the topic is stomach and intestines. Compare the better known brain in the head to a mainframe, computer, for example. Right. Okay. But. Oh, brain is more like the Commodore sixty four well. Yeah. Because the biological belly brain is a relic of the distant past when at a time when the most important thing in life was eating as opposed to thinking. Okay. Now, you know, millions of years before the dinosaurs. Okay, thinking about tomorrow was distinctly less important than finding the good grub for today. For example, these primitive animals had another concern and the main concern was keeping their belly full. Okay. Now, they absolutely would animals evolved into doing something more than eating then they evolved the better known brain in the skull. Okay. Now, they know by studying growing fetuses in the womb at both brains actually originate from a structure called the neural craft and. It appears and divides during fetal development, and then it forms. These both separate thinking parts of the brain. They know that this enteric brain which they'd begun studying and the the expert in this field is a fellow by the name of Michael Gersh, Sean who's actually written a book called the second brain. The difference between this bundle of nerves and the rest of the nerves such as the nerves that we have that control motormen movement that go to our arms and legs is that. This bundle of nerves in. Our belly is independent. It is capable of independent action. Now, for example, if we were to cut a connection from our from the base of our brain, we would no longer be able to move the tips of our finger, right? We would lose that motor. And we'd lose the sensory information. Absolutely, correct. Yeah. Okay. However, you can take the second brain in the deli and separate it from the brain, and it will still continue to function on its own. That is interesting. Additionally, there is the very famous story of the lady who received the transplant from the eighteen year old boy middle aged lady heart-lung, she got yes. And as you know, she woke up with the wants of an eighteen year old boy and actually ended up dreaming the donor's name which was a secret and this came right after she received the heart and lungs of this year old. It's an amazing story. And it's absolutely true. I'm familiar with the story, and she had a craving for it was either either beer or Kentucky Fried Chicken all the things that he liked that. She couldn't explain if she didn't like that's absolutely never had that then. Yes. Then she actually dreamed his name, which is impossible. So anyway, that would seem to suggest that there is some sort of cellular memory. In our body parts, and particularly those, you know, our heart or lungs, which are in the center of our body here. Well, there there is there is a write up of this particular subject in a German magazine called geo and a professor Wolfgang Printz. Believes all this research is giving new meaning to the the thing. Gut reaction gut reaction. The react this particular area. This bundled is not of nerves receives a lot of information from the brain. But the new study is showing that nine times more information is going from the gut up to the brain. So we're talking about a hundred billion nerve cells. This is more nerve cells in this area, then held in the entire spinal cord now, Dr prince believes that one of the functions of this area in the belly, maybe storing and memory. Of. Feelings of information. And that how 'bout especially the food that it is processed for all its living time another words, it's processed what beer or whatever else. It was. She wanted. It's processed all of these these foods, right? They go through your stomach your intestinal track day, just make the way all over the place. Right. Yeah. So it would have certainly memory of that which has previously processed and enjoyed. That's a distinct possibility. And this is what Dr Princess saying that these gut reactions, we that we have another words feelings towards, and you know, like, you're suggesting food that we eat, but he's suggesting that other types of behaviors that we made exhibit and process based based type behaviors or or or complex behaviors. Unconscious subconscious. Probably base and complex because any complex behavior that we have is a collection of simpler behaviors tied together. Well, then one might by inference imagine that some of our collective consciousness also resides there. Oh, exactly, exactly. It may be that the power is this meeting of the in young that are dynamo. Jack is drawing upon is is more than just his own personal power. But perhaps be collective conscious memory. Connection that's coming that's emanating from his belly. So then when people say things like I've got a feeling in the pit of my stomach. They're they're not just kidding. They're they mean literally, or at least you mean literally in the pit of their stomach, right? Absolutely. And what's what's also, very interesting. Is many psychoactive medicines? That are designed to affect the psychology and the mood altering. Patients those same drugs. Almost without exception have an effect on the activity in the stomach and in the digestive tract and in this area of the brain. And the reason being is that unlike the other nerves in the system this enteric brain in our belly has the same neuro transmitters as the big brain in our head. What we're finding is all what the scientists are finding is all these similarities between this independently operating rain in the belly. And and the brain and the head now, what clicked when I discovered this was a couple of pieces of information. Concerning these higher states of consciousness. Derive from meditation and the similarity in technique, not a technique. But the the the the way in which this belly area of the body is used by by people who practice, the yoga healing, and meditation or to me, it's to imagine first of all the kind of voltages that you're talking about that we can see applied in this video or would be required to set the paper on fire or apparently do what was seemingly done to those people in the video. Those voltages just. I don't see how they could be physically. I marshalled by the body ever. I mean, we have nothing like that voltages that are measured generally in our body and our brains or any part of our body our little tiny barely measurable. Yes. Voltages, but barely detectable. It takes very sensitive equipment to measure that voltage. And you're talking about something so many magnitudes greater. I just I don't see how could I could be where you're an electron experts. You understand the principles of transformers? Correct. Yes. I do. Now. If you take a wire, you wrap it around and around and around you can step up, the voltage direct from very low amount of voltage to very high the correct amount of voltage. That's right. Okay. Now, what if this hundred million? Hundred the the hundred billion pardon me, not hundred million hundred billion nerve cells acts as a transformer transformer. If the discipline involved by this. This man is to. Have the brain arrange these nerve cells. So that they're conducting in a manner that would be similar to a transformer. That's very interesting. I recruited many years ago. I read all of the Carlos Castenada books. Yes. And when I saw dynamo, Jack. And then saw this connection with. The brain in the in the stomach clicked. Right. And I remember years ago Carlos Castaneda reported Don Juan's teaching and Don Juan said, the will is in your belly you recall this. Yes. And one of the things that Don Juan would have Carlos do is practice projecting. The will from the belly like tentacles like octopus tentacles right and focus on moving the will from the belly. So again, here's reference to this other nerve brain center in the body. And then we see Dinamo Jack. He he's pointing to his belly say this is where the yen in the come together. That's what he said. All right, right. Yep. Another reference to this. This belly. Comes from net. Now, I've just a mental block on my. Let's see where did I? I can't think of jurists stuck. I just slipped. My mind. You've been you've been clicked over in one way too long or something. That's all right. You'll find it you'll you'll think of it. It's no big deal. So they're references to this this. Oh, okay. Now, I just remembered what it was man talk Chia is a daoist. Doctor and meditation master, and and in his seminars, he teaches people among other things how to guy the energy in their in their body, and he also references to this belly area. And the way that he puts it he says the energy flows in a circular pattern around the body. It moves up the spine. Over the top of the head and then down toward the belly and starts all over again. And by concentrating on this particular area of the body. You can then increase the amount of of g energy in the body. She energy bring along better health. All right. Listen, I'm.

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