Transitional Healing

Facilitating Life’s Transitions

Limbic System Part 3 – Thalamus

Posted by Angela on April 10, 2007

The responsibility of the Thalamus gland, which is located in the “C” groove of the lateral ventricles of the brain is conveying extensive sensory, motor, and autonomic information from the brain stem and spinal cord to the cortex.  The Thalamus nuclei are interconnected with cortex functions, such as sensory projection, somato-sensory stimuli, visual and auditory input.

We suspect that any dis-ease or imbalance within the Thalamus may not necessarily be noticable, in fact we suspect that typically the symptoms are very subtle and may just contribute to an overall feeling of ‘something off’ or ‘not quite feeling right’.   Balancing the Thalamus through advanced brainwork can be similar to experiencing a deep breath or ‘ahhh’.  Subtle, yet contributing to overall homeostasis.  

— Michael and Angela

Part 1 and Part 2 of the Limbic System Series are available here.

 

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2 Responses to “Limbic System Part 3 – Thalamus”

  1. Livette said

    Nice blog!

  2. Angela said

    Livette,

    Thank you so much!

    Blessings and Light,
    *Angela

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