# 22 Which Hat Are You Wearing Today Health Wise!

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# 22 Which Hat Are You Wearing Today Health Wise!

We all function in our life activities with various emotions. Some bring solutions, some cause difficulties. All emotions, can in most instances be readily changed if one is willing to change.

Emotions wear hats of many colors and flavors.
Certain emotions cause stress.
Stress causes numerous difficulties within ones body.
Stress causes one to rapidly enter the ‘fight or flight’ mode.
If neither ‘fight or flight’ takes place difficulties will show up health wise.
Emotions can be another hidden trouble maker.

Depending on the hat worn, one can be in a functional state, or dysfunctional one.
Eliminate the good or bad, the right or wrong of judgements that create inner disharmony. From a spiritual point of view, using the words ‘functional and dysfunctional’ alters the nuances of certain words, as previously understood, into a whole new ball game of ‘thinking’. Equally important is how ones health could benefit.

Mentioned in other topics here in this blog, are inner ‘filters’ that were accumulated through various childhood experiences. Those childhood filters, plus those put into place since those early days, are in constant play, whether you are consciously ‘thinking a thought or not’.

What you eat, drink and think, affect the whole body.

So now in the instances, where I need to correct a thought statement, as a ‘poor’ choice of thought words, I just apply ‘functional or dysfunctional’ in their stead.

Where are we headed here!

What one eats, drinks and thinks, affects and influences all of these areas:
(List of Hormones in the body)
Oxytocin Hypothalamus
Antidiuretic Hormone hypothalamus
Thyrotropin Anterior Pituitary
Adrenocorticotropin Anterior Pituitary
Luteinizing Hormone Anterior Pituitary
Follicle Stimulating Hormone Anterior Pituitary
Growth Hormone Anterior Pituitary
Prolactin Anterior Pituitary
Melanocyte-Stimulating Hormone Anterior Pituitary
Thyroxine Thyroid
Calcitonin Thyroid
Parathyroid Hormone Parathyroid
Thymosins Thymus
Insulin Pancreas
Glucagon Pancreas
Somatostatin Pancreas
Epinephrine Adrenal Medulla
Norepinephrine Adrenal Medulla
Glucocorticoids (Cortisol) Adrenal Cortex
Mineralocorticoids (Aldosterone) Adrenal Cortex
Gastrin Stomach Lining
Secretin Lining of Small Intestine
Cholecystokinin Lining of Small Intestine
Enterogastrone Lining of Small Intestine
Melatonin Pineal Gland
Estrogens (Estradiol) Ovaries
Progesterone Ovaries
Androgens (testosterone) Testes
Prostaglandins Many Tissues (Secreting Prostaglandins)
Atrial Natriuretic Hormone Heart
Vitamin D (cholecalciferol) Skin
Thyrotropin-Releasing Hormone (TRH) Hypothalamus
Gonadotropin-Releasing Hormone (GnRH) Hypothalamus
Prolactin Releasing-Inhibiting Hormone (Dopamine) Hypothalamus
Growth hormone-releasing hormone (GHRH) Hypothalamus
Corticotropin-releasing hormone (CRH) Hypothalamus
Now all that I write here, is of course only my opinion.
But do give it a thought for how it registers with you.
Bypassing all the deeply rooted (or most of them) negative childhood filters, by using the terms ‘functional and dysfunctional’ to address the good, bad, right, and wrong of ones actions and thinking, would I believe, and over time, go a long way to reestablishing harmony within ones body.
And of course more could be said, but will let it rest for now.
Be Well

1 comment to # 22 Which Hat Are You Wearing Today Health Wise!

  • Greetings Beloved Talker,

    Ah, what a fascinating subject this one is … the idea of what one eats, drinks and thinks and how it affects and influences all these areas with added backgrounds … what arises in me is wondering ~ given the unique blend of each one and how these things affect individuals so seemingly differently in the way it shows up in their lives … to the ongoing wonder of it all ~ most definitely a to be continued ~ life is fascinating!!

    I appreciate you for all the interesting subjects you bring forth.

    Love and Blessings,

    Be Well,


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