In this lesson, we explore the enteric nervous system (ENS).
Become familiar with the ENS (located within the abdomen) in terms of physical anatomy and its relationship to emotions, plus considerations from a subtle body perspective.
Describe the location of the Enteric Nervous System (ENS), its connection to the brain, why it is called a “second brain” and how its related to serotonin. Provide examples of potential psychological and emotional considerations related to the abdomen and explain the related subtle body anatomy. Explain how Western and Eastern cultures typically differ in their view of the abdomen.
Questions Answered Here
- Where is the Enteric Nervous System (ENS) located?
- How does the ENS relate to the brain?
- Why is the ENS called a “second brain?”
- What is serotonin and how is it related to the ENS?
- How is the ENS related to immunity?
- Give examples of potential psychological and emotional considerations related to the abdomen.
- What part of subtle body anatomy is related to the abdomen?
- How do Western and Eastern cultures typically differ in how they view and relate to the abdomen?
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