Thursday, December 29, 2016

Curious and Unexplained...

Q. Hey Lynn, I was watching a video about things that science can't explain and it seemed pretty interesting so I wanted to see what you could get from some of the things they discussed.  I know you aren't a scientist but it would be really cool if you could give some insight because I'm so curious 

Why do we smile to express happiness?  What makes us laugh at something funny?
A.  As I approach these questions, I get that a good portion of why we react the way we do (which feels involuntary) is due to genetic programming (that creates a response much like how our pupils react to light or).  It is also in part due to our connection to the human conscious, and our shared collectiveness that has unified reactions (like smiling) to certain (and specific) stimuli.  We are individuals that are part of a much larger collective consciousness with subconscious gut reactions.

I get that smiling and laughter works like that too.  Laughing out loud or a happy connection to something creates a feeling in the human subconscious that things are ok. It encourages others to join in (or at least pay attention).  I also get that happiness, smiling and laughter is also a response to a serotonin surge.  We are individual, and we all have varying serotonin surges (what is hilarious to some could be misunderstood by others), but when that surge happens, the result is signs of happiness.

Why do we yawn? And why is it contagious?
A.  I get that yawning is the body's way of reacting to low oxygen levels.  When you are tired and not taking deep breaths the oxygen levels in your blood decrease, and yawning is a way to increase that level.  When your body is awake and fighting sleep, your reaction is to yawn (promote oxygen intake).  

I don't get that yawning is always contagious, but at times when it appears contagious it is because the environment is promoting tiredness (is warm, high humidity, several people in a small space, and overall low oxygen levels in general).   People are acting independently, however similarly to the environment they are all sharing. 

Why do we hiccup? 
A. It looks like when things are out of sync with respiration, hiccups occur to get things in harmony. I get that as certain parts of the heart beat, they are coordinated with inhaling, and when other parts of the heart beat, they tied to exhaling.  When that becomes off, respiration can work, but is inefficient.  I get hiccups are a built in reset system to make things work at their highest level of performance.

Why can animals sense magnetic fields? 

A.  Animals don't have a rational mind that limits their beliefs or feelings.  This allows them to be highly intuitive.  This level of sensitivity allows them to pick up on energies around them that many people cannot sense.  These energies can be related to the vibration and reading of people or even energetic fields (such as magnetic fields). 

Why do we cry when we are sad? 
A. I get we are designed to cry when we are upset, sad or overflowed with emotion as a way to process and purge those feelings.  I also see that the reason that tears are salty is because the consistency of salt water allows emotions to sort of magnetically attach to the tears as they leave your body.  This is also why many times after a good cry people feel better (because feelings that are held inside purge / exit the body with the tears).  


And that is all I have for this reading.  Thank you.  Love and light-

15 comments:

Nessie said...

Hi Lynn, I just wanted to take this opportunity to thank you for all the wonderful readings and positivity this year!
They make me feel like I'm offered a small peak through a window, of which I normally wouldn't be able to see through!
Thank you again for sharing your knowledge and insights with us and also many thanks to the Psychic Focus community for your comments and support. I truly hope next year will be a blessed and healthy one for all living beings here on this planet.

Ralib Allen said...

Thanks Lynn for focusing on my questions :) these are all such fascinating insights.

Buddhist Lady said...

Lynn, the explanation of why tears are salty touched me. This "season" is always described as "magical" by many people (which it certainly can be as people open their hearts more often towards others), but the description of helping to expiate the emotion causing the person to cry (via magnetic or eletromagnetic means) reveals how wonderfully the human has been constructed, and in that one act, a little miracle occurs.

Bee E-lightened said...

I thought hiccups stems from irritation of the phrenic nerve

Psychic Focus (Lynn) said...

This was a very different and interesting reading. I will admit, I am not a doctor. I just opened myself up to see what information was shared on the topics (I could be wrong??). The answers did feel right to me though and resonated within me. :-)

Ralib Allen said...
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Ralib Allen said...

@Bee
- yeah but that's just one cause, it's not the only thing that causes hiccups. I asked Lynn because usually she gets clear insights when she focuses on topics. It really makes sense too if you think about it.

Bee E-lightened said...
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Bee E-lightened said...

I agree, I just thought to mention irritation of the phrenic nerve is a cause. Her reading does make sense, phrenic nerve related to the diaphragm which helps to control breathing, all linked.

Rachel Banik said...

Yes hiccups can be related to heart beat.my son got shocked today,his heart beat changed rapidly and he started to have a hiccups.

Kalamota Kook said...

Firstly I want to echo Nessie's comments in the first post. Thank you Lynn. :-)

I found these very interesting, and the crying and yawning especially, as these are two functions that seem to suddenly occur whenever I do any kind of meditative clearing or chakra work. As soon as I start to focus, my eyes start weeping. It usually has no relation to how I've been consciously feeling. It does feel like a bodily function doing what needs to be done. I can easily see how they are a way of releasing as described here. What's interesting is that it seems to bypass my superficial emotional state and cleanses emotional murk that is buried or stored up (I have a huge amount of that...) I don't know how common that is, or if I've just suppressed so much trauma it comes out even when I'm unaware of it, but it only happens when I choose the meditative actions, not in everyday life. Would that be because it's connected to different brain states? Does normal upset crying lead to an altered brain state, when that releasing mechanism gets turned on?

Yawning is something else I get very strongly when I start to meditate or focus on chakras. It's quite bizarre because it is so sudden and so emphatic. If it were just about low oxygen levels, why would it suddenly start with meditation, especially as meditation tends to lead to deeper breathing anyway so it shouldn't be necessary? Or is this a way of releasing as well, via the expelled breath?

wendy tascione said...

I live for your readings! Happy New year and thank you so much!

Blimpy Peach said...

Great reading! Even reading the word yawn itself makes me yawn! I've noticed that as soon as I put bread in my mouth without even chewing I get immediate hiccups, no other food does that.

Psychic Focus (Lynn) said...

Thanks again for the comments. This was a really interesting (and different) reading. I really enjoyed it.

Bee E-lightened said...

Citrus makes me hiccup