The Neuroanatomical and Physiological Importance of Source Code Meditation

With enhanced gamma wave activity, Source Code Meditation has proven to assist the corpus callosum shift gamma wave activity produced from the right hemisphere into the left hemisphere. The two hemispheres in your brain are connected by a thick bundle of nerve fibres called the corpus callosum that ensures both sides of the brain can communicate and send signals to each other. Another part of the brain, called the amygdala; processes fear, aggression, and other emotions, while the medial prefrontal cortex uses its executive function to modulate emotional responses. Both areas are also deeply involved in anxiety. Impaired social functioning is a well-known outcome of individuals with agenesis, a disease developed early on in life from a dysfunctional corpus callosum. Social deficits in nonliteral language comprehension, humor, social reasoning, and recognition of facial expression have all been documented in adults with agenesis of the corpus callosum. Dr. Andrew Huberman found increased activity in neurons that were grouped in a structure called the ventral midline thalamus (vMT). With EEG brain mapping, his team revealed that the vMT receives information from a wide range of brain areas that process internal states, such as that of fear, but that it sends information out very selectively, to only two main areas: the basolateral amygdala and the medial prefrontal cortex.

Homotopic callosal projections processed in the corpus callosum were identified between the primary somatosensory lower incisor areas in each hemisphere. This means that the relationship in these areas processes sensory data together to provide with chemical reactions within the human body. In addition, Thalamocortical connections related to the incisor were confined to ventromedial portions of the ventral posterior medial subnucleus (VPM) and posterior medial nucleus (Po).

The mediodorsal thalamus (MD) represents a fundamental subcortical relay to the prefrontal cortex (PFC), and is thought to be highly implicated in modulation of cognitive performance. Embryonically, the MD experiences a big surge in neurogenesis and differentiation, and disruption of this process may be the root cause of some neurodevelopmental disorders. The MD represents a fundamental subcortical relay to the PFC and is highly involved in modulation of PFC-dependent cognitive and primary abilities. With its critical roles in cognitive processes, such as working memory, attention, and cognitive flexibility, illumination of the subcortical connection of the PFC is fundamental to further understanding these abilities.

When these complex brain structures work efficiently, we know that higher levels of gamma activity are producing higher volumes of grey matter in the brain. Another study, conducted on the Sahaja Yoga Meditation group, shows that long-term practice of Sahaja Yoga Meditation is associated with larger grey matter volume overall, and with regional enlargement in several right hemispheric cortical and subcortical brain regions that are associated with sustained attention, self-control, compassion and interoceptive perception. The increased grey matter volume in these attention and self-control mediating regions suggests use-dependent enlargement with regular practice of this meditation.

Collectively, this research suggests that meditation is a key activity that can be utilized to prevent and treat neurological disorders which may have developed before or after birth in the brain. As sensory data gets processed, our innate responses to those stimuli represent a subconscious chemical reaction within our physiology. Sometimes those reactions are voluntary, but a lot of the times they are an indirect causal reaction to the misfiring and misalignment of specific brain structures.
Benefits of this gamma wave activity include:
• attention span
• cognitive functioning
• learning
• memory
• information processing

After meditation, the corpus callosum acts as a channel of electric conductivity across hemispheres of the brain. This promotes, transformational leadership and leadership maturity, higher learning rates, assimilation of information into a comprehensible whole, creative combination processes, and a higher attention span.

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