I’m in the process of becoming a new mother and I’ve recently come upon a topic that has been on my mind, but I have never really given much thought to. I’ve always been pretty self-aware with my own body, but I had never stopped to think about how my body is able to feel and react to what I am doing.
It’s the same way when you’re pregnant. You feel the same changes in your body as when you’re a new mother. Even though you can’t see it, your body feels differently. I don’t know that I can say that I’ve stopped to think about this, because obviously I still feel different. I’m still having these intense, uncontrollable feelings about being a parent. Not just from the physical changes, but also the changes in my body.
There is a lot of good information on the Internet about pregnancy and child rearing, but like most things in life, there are a lot of myths. This is a myth because there is no scientific proof that your body is a “machine” that can only be controlled by your mind. For starters, you can’t really have a baby the same way a computer can. Your body is literally a collection of cells that are constantly growing and changing.
Now, I’m not talking about those tiny little cells that are in your stomach at all times, I mean the actual bodies in your body that are constantly growing and changing. This is a whole different story.
I’m not a medical doctor or a scientist, but I read a book called “The Body is a Computer” and its a very clever read. It discusses just how much power each of you has over your body and how this power is not limited to your mind. From a medical point of view, it’s all about your gut. Each of us has a different part that controls our body.
From your gut, you can control your mind. You can tell your mind what to eat and how much to drink, how to sleep, and how to think. You can tell your gut what temperature to be comfortable with and if your brain is thirsty. As we all know, your brain is always hungry and thirsty. I don’t know how much longer I can keep saying this, but I need a cookie.
The thing is, you can control your gut with the same control you can control your mind. If your your stomach is telling you to eat a cookie, your brain is telling you to eat a cookie. If your stomach is telling you to have a cookie, your brain is telling you to have a cookie. There’s no going back once you’ve taken a cookie.
This is why I enjoy the movie Giver so much. The brain and stomach are two independent systems of awareness. You can tell your brain it is hungry, but you can always tell your stomach it is hungry too. If the two are connected through your gut, you can act like your stomach is telling your brain that you should eat a cookie. And if your stomach is telling you to have a cookie, you can act like your brain is telling you you should eat a cookie.
The cookie is the brain-gut connection. It is the gateway, and the gateway can lead us to our stomach’s hunger. So the trick is to take the Cookie and give it to the Brain.
That’s exactly what the new mg giver app does. Now you can feed your brain with a variety of different kinds of food, and you’ll be amazed how much better your brain will act. You can also start the process when you are in a car and your seat belt is on tight, and you can tell the car to start moving. This is kind of like the first time you learned how to drive.