Q: Dr. D, why do you constantly reference the importance of the nervous system?
A: The nervous system is ultimately what controls every aspect of the human experience. If it is interfered with your body is compromised which will result in dysfunction, symptoms and/or dis-ease. To restore the proper function of the nervous system it needs to be clear of interference which will allow the innate power of your body to optimize. I believe that with every adjustment I am helping to improve the clarity of the nervous system which allows for its best expression.
Let’s go back for a science lesson: We were first created when 2 cells, a sperm and an egg, joined to start the amazing process of conception. This process, called meiosis, is where cellular division started. That initial conceived cell differentiated into 2 identical cells, which then divided into 4 identical cells, which then divided into 8 cells...
At about 3 weeks after that first cell division the first observable cluster of cells emerges. This very first cluster of cells is the most significant development in the entire process of creating a new life. What do you think the first observable cluster is? ... The Brain.
From this point, with the instruction of the brain, the cells no longer divide as duplicates but take on form and function of various parts of the body.
The next remarkable development is what is called the primitive streak or notochord. This second development forms your spinal cord which then extends branches off of it which become your nerves. This is what is referred to as the Tree of Life. From here you develop somites at the end of the nerves which then turn into internal organs. The incredible process of growth and development continues until the baby is born.
The truly amazing thing is that when a baby is born every cell is different and has its own unique function. A skin cell is different from a retinal cell, which is different from a gut cell, which is different from a bone cell, which is different from a blood cell etc...
How did this happen? No one really knows. This is why it is called the Miracle of Life.
However, when you look at how this miracle was constructed, it was all controlled by one vitally important Tree. The brain, spinal cord and nerves carried out the entire extraordinary process.
So, in your opinion, how important do you think it is to take care of this essential neurological piece of life?
To me: Absolutely necessary.
Yours in Health,