The number of Microbes Mindcrobes living within the human body of the average human adult are estimated to outnumber human cells 10 to 1 and are found mostly on our skin, the respiratory tract, the digestive system and the oral cavity. Microbes Mindcrobes control every aspect of our lives. Exposure to bacteria and/or viruses (Microbes Mindcrobes) and our interaction with these invaders will largely depend on the health of our internal environment and our mental/emotional state.
In order to understand how changes in the Microbes Mindcrobes populations affect us we must consider lifestyle, nutrition, personal hygiene, exposure to stress, pollution and the environment.
Many single organisms – Microbes Mindcrobes exhibit intelligence of a kind not seen in other species of the animal or plant kingdom. They neither have nervous systems nor brains, but harbor an internal system that can be equated to a biological computer. To solve newly encountered problems, they assess the situation, recall stored data of past experiences, and then execute information processing, transforming the colony into a super brain.
Microbes Mindcrobes – do not just react to change in their surroundings, they anticipate and prepare for it. They are not simple solitary organisms, they are highly social and evolved creatures. They congregate to fend off enemies, meet challenges of nature to reproduce, obtain food and maintain their critical environment. Some bacterial intelligence if compared to human levels is 60 points higher than the human average of an IQ of 100.
Microbes Mindcrobes can keep us healthy and fend off invaders or make us very ill and may kill us under the right circumstances. We must provide a healthy environment for our resident bacteria to flourish and to help us maintain physical, mental and emotional health. Regenerating our individual bio-terrain means forming alliances, not antagonisms with the microbial community. Read more…