There Is No Health Without Mental Health Breathing and Learning Through The Vagal Nerve and the Silver Cord
Join Dr. Herrick as she guides you into a deeper understanding of the “Vagus Nerve and Silver Cord”and their relationship to your mental health…
Did you know?
That your “Vagus Nerve” is the 10th and longest cranial nerve.
Approximately eighty percent of the nerve is devoted to relaying information from the body to the brain.
This nerve helps us to understand bodily responses to trauma and stress.
The vagus nerve detects a threat and signals the brain that there’s “danger” similar to Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
Fear in humans many times becomes a “drive.”
“Vagus Breathing” to help you better understand your “Vagus Nerve” and create a healthy, mental state..
Other choices you have in order to activate the Vagus “into action” which aides in procrastination, depression, etc..
The Vagus supports health, growth and restoration of our bodies only when it is not recruited for defense.
How does repressed material in childhood become what we’re fearful of in adulthood.
When experiencing fear, how does the Vagus shut down, which could ultimately lead to dying?
What, if anything else, does the Vagus have to do with death and dying?
Did you know?
The “Silver Cord” is an ethereal cobweb-like cable which contains an abundance of intelligence and energy and has the properties of elasticity and magnetism. It connects the Soul-Mind to the Physical Body during an astral projection when one leaves their physical body.
How the “Silver Cord” increases our vibrational pattern.
How yogis and Tibetans would leave their bodies concealed in a cell or box for days breathing through the “Silver Cord.”
People usually view physics and psychology as having nothing in common.
Quantum physics has brought the invisible realm what many of us consider to be the unseen spiritual realm nearer to physical understanding. The invisible realm of the universe does not consist of matter yet it does have the potential to appear in matter and influence the material realm of life. Jungian Psychology stated the key for this connection lay in our unconscious. You will be better able to understand how this happens through our bodies, which increases our consciousness.
RSVP not necessary – Just your presence – Plenty of chair seating….
Rev. Karen E. Herrick, PhD, LCSW, LMSW, CADC, ACMHP has shared her clinical expertise for thirty years in her private practice by lecturing throughout the United States on dysfunctional and addictive homes, disassociation, grief, and loss from a Jungian psychological perspective. Her Interfaith ministry is to be actively involved in Spiritual Psychology, specifically in naming spiritual experiences and working with chronic grief. She uses Jungian psychology to teach the differences between mental illness and having spiritual and paranormal experiences. Her first book, You’re Not Finished Yet, is available through Amazon.com, Authorhouse.com and on Kindle. Her second book, “Grandma, What is a Soul?” is available through Amazon.com, Createspace.com and on Kindle. She is available for private therapy in her office or on Skype. Her websites are karenherrick.com, spiritualexperiences.info and grandmawhatisasoul.com.