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The invisible emotional connection that each individual has on others can be traced to the organization of the human brain where the limbic system resides.
Many who experience emotional trauma have difficulty re-establishing contact with others.

A part of their brain is telling them not to trust others. However, it is only in trusting others – those that have positive energies – that we can heal ourselves properly.

The impact of one individual on another is not new. Social support group therapies work because they know the value of the connection between and among individuals. And while medical professionals espouse professional distance so as to prevent transference, the emotional connection between and among human beings is inherently wired to our human anatomy. 

Known as limbic resonance, the feelings and experiences of others eventually get integrated in whole or in part to our own set of cognitive, emotional, and behavioral patterns. This is why sitting down in a 12-step meeting will often make you feel like something has changed in a part of you. The processing of these information and how you reacted to it is already proof of the impact of other individuals – their thoughts, feelings, as well as experiences – in our own lives.

The invisible emotional connection that each individual has on others can be traced to the organization of the human brain where the limbic system resides. Science now understands that the limbic system is what primarily regulates our being – moods, emotions, feelings, memories, desires, wants, and motivations – including our ability to nourish and rest ourselves as well as to achieve gratification from all of the pleasures in the world. This is one of the reasons why individuals who are depressed, who have emotional disturbances, and have problems establishing and maintaining stable and mutually beneficial relationships are thought to have problems in their limbic system.

Fixing emotional problems therefore requires fixing the limbic system. And this can only be gained if other limbic systems are able to resonate their positivity into the wounded soul. The limbic system requires re-wiring and re-patterning before it can be taught to re-regulate the emotions emanating from within. It is for this reason that social support groups such as 12-step meetings are invaluable because they provide the positive energies needed to reestablish balance in the wounded limbic system.

In limbic resonance, you need positive energies to funnel in from other limbic systems into your own. Over time, this will heal the mind and slowly transform the body. 

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