To Bee or … to Be
Some interesting news my friends, you know those chemical messages I keep talking about when I refer to our senses and the input we receive from them?
Well, recent information by Johns Hopkins researchers have linked potential dna “recoding” according to behavior patterns.
It appears that a bee’s behavior patterns (and other living creatures) are linked to the body’s mechanisms and are reversible by the use of chemical tags on their genes.
We are not hardwired, therefore the things we originally understood and were told regarding how our bodies operate isn’t so.
Simply put, the interactions between mind and body (chemical messaging to/from our brains) make our own bodys conditions changeable. Who knew?
these studies do relate to us, the researchers believe, and will shed more (scientific) light on complex behavioral issues in humans, such as memory, stress, learning and most important – comprehension.
So they are suggesting, in my humble opinion, that those physical/mental/emotional “things” going on inside us, are not only affected by our experiences but also how we interpret them. We change or alter (with this theory) how our mind and body functions! We have much more control over ourselves than we knew! How we think and interpret is how we will be.
“Through Awareness and Understanding,
We become who we need … to be” ~ Penny L Howe
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For those who are interested there is very specific neuroscience information relating to the latest John Hopkins reseach on bees and their behavioral patterns.
On a different note but very important. The plight of the bee is serious. In the past 50 years the number of bees on this planet has been drastically reduced. We depend on bees for much of the pollination of our plants. Bees are an important and necessary part of our planet’s ecological system and our own survival.
The loss of so many bees is the result of industry, mass commercialization and pesticides. We can do small things to help.
If you have a garden grow your plants as organically as possible. Try to use less inorganic products in your life. Little things make a difference my friends!
thank you for dropping by,
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