Dr. Bailey MD INSTINCTS All Animals have a Mind–meaning the part of an animal where behaviors originate. In its broadest sense, Behaviors are actions or reactions engaged in by living things. The diversity inside
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COSMIC ORGANISM INSTINCT CORRESPONDENCE (2)
Just as there are plants that act like animals, there are animals that look like plants. The more than a million different kinds of animals known range from microscopic in size to elephants and whales—living “everywhere” and under all types of conditions. They get around naturally by flying, swimming, climbing, crawling, walking. A Species is a group of animals that, while perhaps differing a great deal among themselves in appearance, are very closely related. One of the brilliant mental feats of Ancient Africans was their ability to not only discern the inner nature of animals which makes for a Species but also to incorporate mathematics in order to see the abstract unity and interdependence between all independent real things. As a result, they established Truth from their mathematically determined Spiritual Principles. It is within a Species of any type that Ancient Africans derived the concept of Classification. The simpler forms of animal life are today called Invertebrates–Level III in evolution. Protozoa (e.g. one cell creatures called Monera or Amoeba) are the simplest of all animals. Its cytoplasm (plasma substance) serves the functions of a Diffuse Nervous System. Since its plasma can be easily molded, I call this a Form-Body state because of its totipotent ability (a “jack of all trades” in an organism’s creativity survival sense). When a stimulation excites the “inner stuff,” all parts of the cell react. In more evolved Invertebrates the nerve cells are distributed throughout the organism—acting in a “fishnet” type communication pattern. Higher Invertebrates introduce a Central Nervous system which coordinates information and permits almost instantaneous transmission of direct responses by way of electrical impulses along specialized nerve cells from one region of the body to another.
Level IV: Vertebrates or ‘backbones’ (e.g. fishes, frogs, reptiles, birds) have a brain and spinal cord which carry impulses through nerves and together they make up the Peripheral Nervous System. Meanwhile, compared with Level I (Plants), there has also been evolution in the instinctually driven physiological-biochemical processes + Reflexes + a Mind which gives rise to Behaviors (among others). Featured at lower levels of Vertebrates are Sensory-Perception aspects—initially being an advanced regulator of behaviors in the direction of life. They form Percepts (which are also at a Form-Body state). Level V: Mammals nourish their young on milk as well as are in the egg-laying and young born alive subclasses. They include those with claws, hoofs, swimmers, and graspers—monkeys, apes, and humans. All of Level IV is inside Mammals while being further developed. All of the Instincts are amazingly similar throughout the evolutionary scale—as, for example, the Reflex arc. This awareness allows humans to better understand themselves in how they think, feel, express, and do things. Such is especially true of Chimpanzees and Gorillas who are usually ranked next in intelligence—but that is debatable, especially in considering Porpoises and Dolphins. Mammals possess a Pleasure-Pain System apparently able to develop into Notions. At higher stages there is the Imaginative Faculty which enable Notions to “ripen”—like into “Emotional Musical Notes.” Still, in humans this Emotional realm remains at an automatic Natural Instinct state—and they are not Thinkers. Instead, humans’ Metaphysical birth gift abilities exist as Potential Possibilities.
Level VI: If one chooses to stay at Level V—operating Emotionally out of ones Omnibus and Old Mammalian Brains—then the Rational intellect that normally starts appearing around ages 5 to 7 will not be activated or even released out of their Potential Possibility “Genetic Vault.” Otherwise, Rational intellect displays by making Concepts out of “raw” ingredients and putting those ingredients into order like one does in fitting the pieces of a puzzle together. Level VII: Ancient African Sages–the supreme thinkers of Humankind—are the masters of the masters. They thought in Principles (various forms of the Spiritual Elements) and used Spiritual Symbols (which, like “Musical Notes,” are the closest things to vibrations) so as to minimize distortions and limitations of Words to the extent possible. “Full-circle” Correspondence between humans and Plants is shown by Photosynthesis in humans. Here, sunlight transforms humans’ provitamin ergosterol into vitamin D. Both Vitamin D and the ultraviolet rays in sunlight are essential for children’s bones to grow normally and to slow down the development of osteoporosis in senior adults. jabaileymd.com