It is the underrated conductor of the body!
What is the hypothalamus?
It is an endocrine gland located at the base of the brain.
It plays a key role in the regulation of many physiological functions, including:
- Hormonal regulation.
- Appetite, satiety and thirst.
- Response to stress.
- Menstrual cycle.
- Circadian rhythm.
- Blood pressure.
- Blood sugar.
- Autonomic nervous system.
Associated with the pituitary gland, the hypothalamus regulates the other endocrine glands, via hypothalamic hormones:
- Growth hormone–releasing hormone.
- Thyrotropin-releasing hormone.
- Corticotropin-releasing hormone.
3rd eye chakra
The hypothalamus is associated with the 6th chakra: it supports the third eye in extrasensory perception.
In exchange, the chakra provides energy to the gland to ensure its functions.
The human being is in mutation.
This implies a transformation of the hypothalamus.
Ability to adapt
This endocrine gland will make it easier to adapt to the climatic changes.
For example, the body will be able to withstand quick temperature changes between -60 and +60°C / -75 and +140°F.
Moreover, the respiratory and cardiac rhythms will be more flexible.
The hypothalamus will facilitate a rapid and natural channeling of universal knowledge.
Telepathic communication will be possible with all life forms.
What is true role of the hypothalamus?
It is the great hormonal adjuster of the body.
In the future, it will improve the adaptability and subtle communication of the human being.