What About the Monkeys?
But what about monkeys? They pick fleas off one another in the most efficient way possible. And their natural brain geometry neither degrades nor improves them, so you can get right into them and conduct experiments, but with the same cannot be done with a man. For starters, we need to create a strength similar to the strength of the monkey’s brain to eliminate the degradation program of our own.
And excuse me, but what conclusions did O’Keefe’s achievements (who tortured thousands of mice and rats) give to man? In 2014, John O’Keefe, along with May-Britt Moser and Edvard Moser were awarded the Nobel Prize in physiology and medicine for their discoveries of cells constituting a geometrical positioning system in the brains of mice. But in fact, this is what every yogi is striving towards, albeit without realizing it. We talk about achievements, but do not understand that it is the brain of the mouse that allows us to conduct these experiments. It is like a construction kit more sophisticated than in monkeys, and even more sophisticated than in humans, in terms of changing DNA.
Our brain, of course, has a higher potential, but is rather focused on irritation, on what is needed and what not needed, and cannot even solve permanent tasks on a short-term basis. In this kind of existence, it only serves to block everything out.
In this case, we must be aware of inherent disorders and irritations of the brain associated with this situation. This means that when a problem develops in the brain and escapes its confines, our brain is unable to solve it. Ultimately, a lot depends on the combination of factors that irritate us and are involved in the nervous system’s functioning.
Thus, while having a perfect brain, we are imperfect in its development and maintenance, but even that should lead us to the study of things, which operate more perfectly in nature. For example, which determine the actions of mice geometrically, have a constant strength and are connected with the temporal lobes. So how can we work with temporal lobes so that they have a constant strength? Well, no way at all. Like the brain’s other divisions, they exist in man on the leftover principle. This is what brain synchronization should start with. This is obligatory for DNA changes.
You cannot change DNA in a brain that lacks synchronization. So let us start with the right thing we have: a hippocampus, with its regular-shaped cells and pyramidal neurons. Without building temporal lobes, or, say, an entorhinal cortex, it is difficult for us to go further, as much has already been affected and destroyed in our head. So much so, in fact, that it has ceased to be a unified geometric grid, and is functionally tied up entirely in biochemistry. In this situation, the function of the brain as such becomes secondary.
We need to improve the bonds of neurons in the head, of which there are plenty. But we are hampered by our sensory organs, which we have taught to irritate the brain, and they are the first to distract it from a natural perception of space (where space means a wave environment in general).
The next aspect that might seem odd to many is head posture. If the head does not learn to remember its position and just hangs there on the neck, nothing is going to work properly. It is not the head that is attached to the body, but the body attached to the head. It is the monkey’s head that is attached to its body and is a part of its body geometry. But our body must become a part of the head’s geometry. And it’s not just the position either, but the strength. A very different map exists for the movement of neurons when the body is functioning from the head down. The human head is not only a body part, but also a body of its own existing independently under certain conditions.
However, it is still more correct to consider an animal’s head as a body part. Therefore, the brain functioning system of animals is more stable than that of humans, whose brain impedes itself, as there are far more systems. In addition, they are not centered, and even become more loosely connected during the course of one’s life.
Since cells form different networks in the brain, they need to be charged, which occurs in two ways: dependent on the irritation, agitation and charge networks, or forming an energy pulse, a discharge from ourselves, which I pointed out while discussing zygotes. In general, the process of electrical stimulation in the brain has proven that it is the processor, and in the process of changing frequencies we actually help the brain, which in fact happens during the process of thinking.
However, it should be remembered that any additional brain stimulation is dangerous, as neural networks can be redirected or broken. Efforts must instead be directed towards the synchronization and connection of the brain with DNA, so that the structure can properly process the brain’s tonality. If we ignore this concept, it may lead to loss of control over the brain, which can be illustrated by the example of many followers of different teachings and schools who ultimately come only to a state of inadequacy.
Another interesting aspect is people who started moving in the right direction from the very start. At that, they simply changed the exertion potential of their brain, but did not synchronize it, as a rule, because of haste or a lack of skill, and in doing so became even more inadequate for society since they are unable to explain the phenomena in their own heads. They developed the phenomenon, but not the operating system.
The absence of proper relations disturbs the brain imaging in space. This means that people process information from a higher-frequency field, and then explain it using the lower processor capabilities developed in them before they left for their spiritual brotherhoods. Even if a coordinate grid is available, it does not allow one to understand it. But before you throw yourself behind developing your extra abilities, it is important to understand the true anatomy of your head. You must understand not so much the brain’s divisions, but the exertion potential they produce.
Different groups of neurons are excited in us under various conditions of external actions, which overlap the excitement of internal actions. In fact, the external environment distracts the brain from DNA. This can be traced even in situations like being in the forest or listening to music, which create different densities for neurons they rush about in. And if one leaves DNA unattended, it starts to adapt itself.
© Oleg Cherne