Brain BIOS

When I was younger it awed me how people behave and react in diverse circumstances. Some emotions are really hegemonic expressions and others are as contagious elements whether it would be a positive or afflictive influence to every person around. In a society of men, it seems that there is a social trend, a hit of the present time, an enchanting social sense, a line where everyone’s attention is converged. When Susan Boyle hits the Youtube and became as the ever most sensational celebrity in that site. It's like everyone is being dragged to view her video every time someone is browsing the Youtube.

Now, Susan Boyle’s performance posted in Youtube is simply an outdated video of an excellent performance.

The essence of timing in an aroma of attraction is crucial. When the line of attention is fading it also goes with the level of appreciation and fascination.

Who insinuate the invisible line of attraction in a society?

There is a constant neurological communications among people, that our brains are designed for sociability. Neurologists explain how the brain function pertaining to emotional reactions. They discourse to some sort of biochemical reactions in the brain induced by circumstantial influences from within or outside of the body. The mind reacts according to situations inhering patterned experiences and accumulated historical reactions to a particular instance. The body is responding on the dictate of the brain, and the brain commands are in accordance to biochemical reaction produced in a given situation.

When you touch a hot iron, in a split of second, waves traversing into the nerves connected to the brain send information that a part of the body touched a hot object. The brain process a signal firing back another signal for a certain reaction of the whole body concentrating on the affected area. These action and reaction of signals are done in a supersonic speed. Then the unwitting movement in its precise timing away from the hot iron is executed.

Brain functions in billionths of interconnections and sending billions of signals in just a split of second, which even in an iota of time there has already a presence of reacting signal in the brain. The brain has the most dense interconnections ever known in a transmission system. The complexity of the brain circuitry couldn't even comparable to the complexities of all supercomputers in the world. It evinces the magnificence of the human biology and the greatness of its Maker.

But what makes the basic input and output system in the brain? Though, the last part of the human body to attain full maturity is the brain according to the neurologists. Perhaps, it only implies that there is a need of ample time to gather collections of experiences and knowledge to complete its neural circuitry. A young brain reacts and gathers information, but what makes for it to possess an ability to adopt information and develop itself to a particular stature?

The parent-child loop offers the central passageway for parents to help their children learn the ground rules for relationships- how to attend to another person, how to pace an interaction, how to engage in conversation, how to tune in to the other person's feelings, and how to manage your own feelings while you are engaged with someone else. These emotional and social reactions are also processes within the brain.

The neural mirrors in the brain concrete the fact that emotion is something contagious. A smiling man influences someone to smile, same as in frowning delivers negative forces to a social buddy. This imitating reaction let us feel at least of what others feel. It tends us as creatures with social responsibility. All of these are processed within the neural circuitry inside the brain.

A sound man passes over an almsman while walking on a passageway feels empathy of care, but by cognitive dissonance this initial burst of emotion is sometimes overridden by another reaction causing to disregard the beggar. The positive signal of natural emotion has been eroded in a particular road of circuitry in the brain. That is a neurological process of behavior which may develop negative custom.

For whatever circumstances the brain reacts depending on how we have adapted ourselves to react in a particular situation. Though, the raw knowledge of goodness is already implanted even at the start of our biological development but we form our own personality in our own judgment and intentions. It reveals that our interactions with others, the food we intake, the faith we belief in, and the place we live actually have the power to shape our brains. The certainties of which our brains are programmed for kindness assert evidences of the goodness of its Maker. Development of a personality depends on the power of the brain and/or the thing which empowers it.

I may also say that behind every neurological process there is a spiritual maneuver over the mind...

(this is unfinished article, I got not much time to elaborate some allegorical points in this write-up. I was inspired to write something about neurology because of my simple curiosity of how human brain is working. Reader must have an idea on basic neurology to comprehend the discursive lines.... lol!)


Anonymous stormvis said...

while its true that neurology and psychology both focuses on the workings of the nervous system especially the BRAIN, i consider psychology on the other hand a more broader field that explores many questions about thoughts, feelings, actions of a human being, something that cannot be seen on a microscope.
In fact a number of schools of thought have formed to explain human thoughts and behavior (although sometimes these schools perceived as competing forces, maybe because of the many debates, and criticism among thinkers during that time) somehow each perspective has contributed to our understanding of psychology.

totoo na malaking bahagi ng ating paggawa ang may kinalaman sa ating utak. kung titingnan mo isa lamang syang maliit na parte ng human anatomy. tumitimbang lamang sya ng 3 pounds pero ang nasa loob nito ay bilyong neurons at bilyong mga cells, at maari itong makita ng isang neurologist at naitutugma nya sa pagkilos ng ating katawan.
KAHANGA HANGA DI BA? per paano kung mayroon na bahagi ng ating utak ang di kayang maipaliwang kahit ng isang dalubhasang neurologist?

after watching ONE LITER OF TEARS a true to life story of a 15 y/o japanese girl name AYA IKEUCHI, who was diagnosed to have spinocerebellar degenaration disease (a disease where the cerebellum of the brain gradually deteriorates to the point where the victim can't walk, speak, write and eat. a cruel disease as it does not affect the mind in the least. sad to say wala pang gamot para sa sakit na ito. its been almost 31 years since aya died pero wala paring makapagpaliwanag kahit isang neurologist kung saan ang origin ng sakit na ito kaya wala syang gamot.

tulad ng naituro sa akin may isang umiiral na hindi nating kayang ipaliwanag kung saan sya nagmula at wala ring katapusan, at dahil saya ang gumawa sa atin hindi kataka taka na mayroon sa bahagi ng ating pagkatao na hindi rin natin kayang ipaliwanag at tanging sya lamang ang nakakaalam.

ONLY GOD has the power to heal.

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