Amygdala Locator: This drawing shows where the right amygdala is (follow the arrow). The left side of your brain also has one (other side, hidden here). Please note, the wrinkly cortex "gray matter" and glial cells "white matter" of the brain is not shown. These other structures are other parts of the brain's "limbic system" (the "mammal brain").
"Clicking" the amygdala, is a phrase coined by brain and behavior researcher T.D.A. Lingo that refers to either automatic (reactive non-deliberate) or conscious deliberate activation of amygdaloid body processes (by cortex influence).
When the amygdala's connections to the R-complex (or "reptile brain", Dr. Paul McLean) are activated, fight or flight and basic reactionary survival processes occur in brain/body. The slang for this is "clicking backward". It is primary and basic, and automatic.
When cortex and frontal lobes processes overcome the limitations of the reactive reptile brain, the slang is "clicking the amygdala forward". The brain rewards certain enhanced survival behaviors with pleasure, and this patterning of learned positive behavior involves the amygdala and its connections to the forward pre-frontal cortex. This can be done consciously and deliberately.
The brain's advanced electrochemical circuits are controlled with THOUGHT. To click your amygdala forward you don't need any machines, gadgets, pills, or signing up for expensive retreats or courses.
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Clicking your amygdala forward is like wiggling your finger. Only it happens inside your brain instead of on the end of your arm. Do this: wiggle your right index finger.....easy, isn't it? Okay, wiggle your left big toe....easy too? Now, locate your amygdala (see chart above)....you click it forward using your frontal lobes- IMAGE that your amygdala is like a click toggle switch- Now click the switch forward towards your forehead. There! You did it.
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Note the very obvious olfactory bulbs (looks like squid tentacles) reaching back into the posterior amygdaloid area. These make for an easy, if temporary, click forward- see The Nose Knows.
NOTE: "Click Your Amygdala" written and performed by Eric Vincent, and played on T.D. Lingo's actual 1950's Vega Banjo. Illustration from "The Brain" by Richard Restak (excellent reference book).
Below: Diagrams of Amygdala Input and Output Connections in the Brain, courtesy of the University of Massachusetts Medical School.
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Your Amazing Brain Adventure is a web site all about Tickling Your Amygdala- i.e. turning on the best part of your brain as easy as clicking on a light switch. This is done as easily as imagining a feather inside of your head stimulating a compass, the amygdala. The amygdala is a set of twin organs, a part of your brain that sits right in between the most advance part of your brain- the frontal lobes and pre-frontal cortex- and the most primitive part of your brain- your "reptile brain" and brain stem. By tickling your amygdala you instantly and directly increase creativity, intelligence, pleasure, and also make possible a spontaneous natural processes known as "paranormal abilities", although such things as telepathy and ESP are really as natural as breathing, or as easy doing simple math in your head. The ability to self stimulate the amygdala by something as simple as thought has been proven in laboratory experiments, such as those conducted at Harvard University research labs, 1999-2009, and can be tracked with modern brain scanning machines such as fMRI and PET... Indeed, thought is faster than light.
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