Nervous System And Mudras
NERVOUS SYSTEM AND MUDRAS
Mudras affect the nervous system of our body completely. Our body does the work like a well organized society. As different persons complete the different needs of the society by doing different deeds in the same way different parts of the body complete the needs of the different systems. The nervous system does the function of running different systems properly.
This system has harmony in different parts of the body and adopts sensations. This system is made of cells like the other systems. These cells make such type of unit by joining together that that if any cell gets separate from the unit, it stops it function. Our hands have the group of different type of cells. Treatment of mudra mhakavigyana is related to our hands.
According to the confirmation of science (which makes the body), the nervous system can be divided into two parts-
- Central nervous system
- Autonomic nervous system
The brain and spinal cord come in the central nerves system.
This is the most important part of central nervous system. It is present in the head and covered by three membranes. There are four main parts in the brain-
- Big brain or cerebrum
- Small mind or cerebellum
- Morrow viaduct (Majja setu)
- Spinal cord point (Sushumna shirshak)
This is the biggest part of the brain. Some nerves come out from the lower part of the brain, which are called brain nerves. There are some holes in the layer of the brain nerves. Nerves come out through these holes and the nerves which make a person feel about happiness and grief are extended in the muscles of the head and head skin. It can be divided into three parts.
- Sensitive- These are such nerves which carry consciousness from the senses of knowledge to the central system.
- Impulsive – Fibers of these nerves are extended in the muscles and which carry the order of functioning from central system to muscles. All the parts of the body do their function with the help of impulsive nerves.
- Mixture- These are those nerves which carry consciousness to the central system and supply it from central system to impulsive muscles.
Autonomic nervous system-
This nervous system is also called independent nervous or pingal (tawny) nervous system. There are two lines standing on both the sides of the spinal cord on the back in which many glands are present. Several nerves come out from these glands. These nerves come out from the spinal nerves on one side and join with the stomach, lungs and blood veins on the second side. These nerves control all the activities of the body. These nerves affect the body effectively in the conditions of fear, shock, love and other feelings.
Functions of Nervous System-
- Doing work knowingly or unknowingly.
- Understanding the condition and doing work according to condition.
- Having control on the internal body organs.
- Paying attention effectively on the every bodily activity.
- Making harmony between the functions of different body parts.
- Giving knowledge and consciousness to the senses.