The Vagus Nerve is Nerve “X”
The 10th Cranial nerve is nerve X or also known as, the Vagus Nerve. This Nerve connects the Left and Right cranial brains to the Gut Left and Right brains (typical gut brain carries over 100 million neurons and does all of it’s own decision making and processing and manufacturing). This nerve also swings through the Heart and Lung intersections so it also gets neural activity from and interplaying with the Heart’s package of 40,000 Brain Neurons. The vagus is the longest nerve of the autonomic nervous system in the human body and comprises both sensory and motor fibers.
The Heart requires a much smaller number of neurons as it is a piece of the unmeasurable power and intelligence of Creation and Nature itself. The Heart is the leader of the movement called “your body”. It is very happy to yield to your will and assist you whenever you ask – with an open Heart. A Heart Intelligence is directly connected to All Intelligence and I Am Intelligence, at once.
The Heart supports Human Free Will to make, take or destroy – for a reason. Finding the reason is our mission. Taking care of our Heart and Brains, will get us there.
The condition of the abdomen gives rise to depression or enthusiasm, sadness or joy, despair or fulfillment. In our gut reside all of our emotional impressions throughout our lives! Protected from our awareness this tissue holds many of our deepest secrets. At some point in our lives these secrets and internal conflicts manifest as physical symptoms.
These symptoms act as warning signals. It’s our body’s way of saying, “Pay attention to me! Pay attention to my gut!
The gut plays a vital role in our emotional and physical well-being. The feeling of “butterflies” in your stomach when you are nervous or excited or a sinking feeling in your belly when you dread something is your gut’s way of communicating with you.https://www.chineitsangnow.com/the-second-brain.html
During my CNT treatments I was able to connect with myself in a deeper way than ever before. In time, I was able to release the negative energy stored in my gut that was producing anxiety, anger and fear. The emotional energy was released and I was free!
As I continued with treatments, my enthusiasm for life deepened and I experienced an explosion of creativity! My mind slowed, I felt calm, grounded, less reactive and emotionally mature. The years of accumulated stress had vanished. I felt at home with myself and others for the first time.
That was many years ago, and I am happy to report I am still experiencing the beneficial effects of CNT. In fact, my profound experience led me to become a practitioner of the art, which I have been practicing over the last 10 years.
I love working on the abdomen, or second brain, because it allows me to help people find deep healing on a physical, emotional and spiritual level. There is no condition, whether manifested physically, emotionally or spiritually that cannot be helped by Chi Nei Tsang.
Michael D. Gerson, distinguished doctor and professor of anatomy and cell biology at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center in New York, we all have a “second brain” made up of the abdomen and all of its complex systems.