Molecules of Emotion

These words, that you are reading right now, have become a string of peptides in your brain and have communicated a message that you are feeling. These peptides involve your brain, your gastrointestinal tract, your cardiovascular system, and your respiratory system. Your optic nerves interpret and relate this message to your sub-conscience, your body, while your whole body reacts in understanding and attentiveness to this information.

The power of your emotion does linger, like an orchestra that gets filtered into simple background music, so that only the most important notes register.

I’ll be delving into the endocrine system for the next few blog posts, to reconnect to a deeper understanding that you can use in mindful meditations.

Is there one kind of peptide that is specific to each emotion? -Candace Pert

An ode of thanks to the work done by Candace Pert, PhD., whose books encouraged my curiousity and to feel the vulnerability of opening my mind to the love of learning through spirit and science.

Nicole Reilkoff ND

Nicole Reilkoff ND

Nicole Reilkoff certified Naturopath and reflexologist, offers her professional bilingual, services from the Queen Elizabeth Health Complex situated in Montréal.




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