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Over the last decade, the field of Neuroscience has discovered we have complex and functional brains in both our heart and gut. Called the cardiac and enteric brains respectively, scientific evidence is emerging that these neural networks exhibit memory, intelligence and wisdom. Now scientific knowledge is finally catching up with deep insights from esoteric and spiritual traditions informing us for thousands of years about these three powerful intelligences.

Of course we all know intuitively that we have ‘gut instinct‘, that our hearts are connected to a deeper sense of wisdom, and that we can tune into an inner sense of intuition, instinct and intelligence. But how specifically do we do that? How do we communicate with and tune into the wisdom of our neuropure review  heart and gut brains and bring this to consciousness?

Over the last two years, using methodologies from NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming), Cognitive Linguistics and Behavioral Modeling, and informed by the latest Neuroscientific discoveries, the newly emerging field of mBIT (multiple Brain Integration Techniques) has codified a powerful system for communicating with and integrating the wisdom and intelligence of your multiple brains. This system is called ‘mBraining‘ for ‘multiple braining‘ and provides an accessible guide to understanding the scientific basis of your gut intuitions, heart-felt emotions, and head-based creative powers.

In this article I’ll share with you some of the key skills from the field of mBIT that will allow you to tune into your deep intuition and the wisdom and intelligence of your heart and gut brains.

Messages from your multiple brains

 

“Everyone has intuition. The more you acknowledge it, the stronger and more accurate it gets.” (Marla Mitchell)

 

Intuition is deep inner knowing. It’s defined as the ability to acquire knowledge without inference or the use of reason; in other words, it’s a way of knowing that goes beyond conscious head-based processing. In mBIT terms, intuition is the integration of messages, wisdom and information from all three brains. This matches common understandings that suggest intuition involves “gut feelings, heart messages, hunches or a sixth sense.” Indeed, the root of the word intuition is ‘tuere‘ which means “to guard or protect,” and this is exactly the prime function of the gut brain.

Behavioral modeling shows that intuition comes via gut and heart feelings, strong impulses, urges, dreams, visions, a ‘quiet inner voice‘, smells, tastes and sounds. It’s also been described as “the small quiet voice within” and has the following characteristics:

 

  • Intuition is typically sensory, visceral and not overly verbal (i.e. not complex internal dialogue)
  • Intuition is calm and not fearful
  • Intuition is encouraged through respectful questioning within and cannot be forced
  • Intuition is often revealed in dreams and is symbolic and metaphorical

 

Our multiple brains are continuously attempting to provide us with knowledge and insights about what’s happening in our world. The key is to tune into these messages and make sense of them consciously; to refine and hone them. Aristotle said it best when he defined wisdom as “intuitive reason combined with scientific knowledge.”

This is an important distinction. Wise intuition requires in-domain knowledge. You can’t make wise insights in areas in which you have no knowledge or experience. No amount of integration of your three brains will help generate insightful intuitions about brain surgery for example, if you’ve never studied medicine. You need preparation. You certainly require conscious head-based attention and cognition involved in the process. But head based knowledge and experience alone won’t produce wisdom.

The inner voice

Some researches make a distinction between a pure head or ‘ego-based‘ inner voice versus a ‘heart/gut intuitive‘ inner voice and say that the heart/gut voice comes through a focus on love, compassion, peace and courage. This is a really important insight. Each of your brains can provide intuitive messages. There can be an ‘inner voice‘ or communication (via symbols, imagery, felt-sense etc.) from the head, heart or gut neural networks, and such an ‘inner voice‘ is likely to be the translation of non-verbal messages from the heart brain, gut brain or the right-hemisphere of the head brain into words you can attend to in conscious awareness. But listening to only one of your multiple brains’ signals can lead to very un-wise decisions. Your heart, gut or head can swamp the intuitive messages from the other brains. So you need to be aware of and track for which inner voice is speaking to you. With practice you can become aware of the difference between ego-based messages, heart messages and gut messages.

The structure of intuitive wisdom

There is a structure to the process of wise intuition. As we’ve seen, each of your brains can and will provide intuitive information about your situation and your world. But there’s a significant difference in the quality of the insights and information generated by the three brains when they’re functioning in what are called in mBIT, their ‘Highest Expressions‘. Intuitions generated by neural networks that are in massively sympathetic (stress, fight or flight) or overly parasympathetic (relaxation, depression, freeze) states can be distorted and unwise. For example, in a state of anger or fear your brains will definitely send you intuitions and messages. But these will be very different in quality and insightfulness to those provided when you are operating from a state of loving-kindness, balance and calmness.

To achieve intuitive wisdom you need to utilize the Highest Expressions of your brains, within a balanced coherent and relaxed state, and within that framework communicate with your brains to respectfully ask for their intuitions and insights.

The mBIT model for tuning into your intuitive wisdom involves:

 

  1. Communicate with and ask each of your brains to provide messages and deep intuitions about the context or situation you are exploring
  2. Attend to and make refined discriminations of the messages and signals from each of your neural network intelligences as they respond to your request for information
  3. Perform Balanced Breathing (a form of calm, slow, balanced breathing, with each inbreath and outbreath taking an equal duration of approximately 6 seconds) and bring each of your brains into a coherent balanced state and Highest Expression
  4. Now allow deeply intuitive insights to cohere into conscious awareness the meaning of the ‘intuitive‘ information that arises from the alignment/integration of your three brains
  5. What comes out of this is deeply intuitive wisdom