Consciousness and the Body Together Create the Head Center and the Heart Center
Consciousness and the body are opposites: something has tobind them together. The binding function is provided by two centers: The Head and the Heart.
The head center thinks and the heart center feels.
The head center and the heart center have a connection to both the body and to consciousness. Thinking in the head center is a counterpoint to feeling in the heart center.
The Head Center is formed by the connection of the brain in the body with a specific form of consciousness called sentiency. Sentiency employs the eyes, ears, nose, tongue and skin to experience an outer world around us.
The feeling in the Heart Center is a counterpoint to thinking in the head center. The Heart Center combines a form of consciousness that we call feeling to give us another way to experience the outer world around us. Feeling is a state of receptivity. When we feel we remain still at our inner core. This stillness enables us to feel the outer world within our inner world.