The Brain’s messaging system
A neuron or nerve cell is an electrically excitable cell that communicates with other cells via specialized connections called synapses. It is the main component of nervous tissue in all animals except sponges and placozoa. Plants and fungi do not have nerve cells
Simpler terms: it is responsible for messaging our thoughts, emotions and body functions throughout our body.
Billions of neurons form the pathways for transmitters, some common transmitters are listed below. Inhibitory transmitters inhibit behavior. Excitatory transmitters excite behavior. They tell the body and brain to stimulate or relax our emotions, thoughts and memories. Each new piece of information we learn forms new neuron connections. The more we practice it, the stronger they become.
Neurotransmitters / chemical messaging passed between neurons.
Below are the fuel types that trigger responses.
The science behind our instinctive Geno reactors mostly driven through our neurotransmitter system. Basically, a chain reaction of neurons triggers an out pouring of neurotransmitters that our body reacts to in out of proportionate ways. Then our normal neurons fight to keep us in balance. After a while, our system begins to close down and not transmit those transmitters that were the very cause of our feel good. That then causes us to push harder to recreate the euphoria. The point, we can be born with this flaw. It all comes down to how we are influenced to satisfy our desire to feel good and overcome fear. Even normal Geno can be damaged by influencers. Inherently parents teach us not to jump in traffic. Eventually we realize the consequences on our own.
Misunderstood and underdeveloped management system can often cause what seems to be insurmountable damage. Much of our behavior can be altered through Geno management once we understand how it works. Changing our management system is not easy because it entails breaking our law of understanding from a source we never knew existed. The problem occurs that we are not aware of the better way. We must have faith that we will learn from a place of we don’t know what we don’t know. Recovery programs call the changes miracles. We must humble our self and accept we need help changing.