What are Tracks?

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At the moment of an unanticipated shocking event  that occurs in your life (a conflict), your brain, in conjunction with the five senses, records the data within the environment and stores this information to be used as a warning signal whenever the brain detects it again in the future. This data is known as “tracks” in the science of GHK. (Read: What is GHK? here) It has to do with the powerful associative capacities of the brain.

Even if a situation is different, if a track is present, it can place you back into a stress phase.

People and locations can be tracks. For example, if you were in a particularly shocking and unexpected argument with a co-worker, every time you came across this person again, or are in the same locations as that event in the future, your brain would remind you and you would feel cautious or have some other type of emotion and perhaps have physical symptoms as well.  The brain’s detection of this data puts you back on the track of the original conflict.

A single shocking event could have many tracks because we have five senses. Visual data is particularly enormous. If you focus on one object in front of you, notice what information is taken up in your peripheral vision! With repeated activation of a conflict – over years – new tracks can be added. Identifying the tracks takes a heightened level of awareness and commitment but recognition of them can downgrade and eventually stop the biological alarm processes from turning on and off repeatedly, thereby ending chronic symptoms, and emotional spikes.

Things to contemplate:

woman shocked on phone outside with computer in her lapEmotion is a warning signal that you have been put back on the track of a previous conflict. Ask yourself when you felt this way before and notice the content of the accompanying thoughts for clues as to the type of conflict they are associated with in your past.

Individual or combinations of words heard, spoken, or read in an email could be associated with previous experiences.

Scents in the air registered chiefly by the sinuses such as the smell of perfume, cologne, smoke, pine, grass, or alcohol can be tracks.

A sneeze indicates that a track was detected and immediately recognized as a non-threat in rapid succession. This is an example of the Second Law of GHK in action regarding what is called a “stink conflict”.

Sounds, tones or specific frequencies like traffic, sudden loud noises, ring tones, yelling, circular saws, airplanes, wind, sirens, etc. will be recorded by the brain.

Colors like red haired men, black haired women, yellow buses, green jacket, or flashing lights are recorded by the visual cortex.

Situations like being around the dinner table, while camping, at a party, at hospitals, can activate a stress response if something happened in the past in a similar situation.

modest homePlaces or locations may be tracks, i.e.: returning to the “scene of the crime”. Driving by the location of a past conflict, returning to a town or city, a specific restaurant, or house, where unexpected events occurred in the past can trigger alerts.

Objects, even harmless ones, can become associated with a conflictive event. Photos, books, a wooden spoon, a belt, axe, certain clothing, a car, a motorcycle could be tracks.

Dreams or déjà vu may put you back on the track of a past conflict.

Animals: their scent, sounds, the brain’s detection of dander in the air, or seeing a pet that looks like yours can be tracks.

angry boy at table with momFoods in any form can be associated with shocking events that happened while eating: wheat, dairy, fruit, vegetable, beverages, etc.

Seasonal associations can lead to so-called seasonal allergies. If a shocking event occurred in the spring, one could have an allergy to pollen and/or other airborne particles detectable by the brain. Christmas or birthday events can also create scent, visual, hearing, taste, and touch tracks.

Rain, lightning, snow, tornado, heat, cold, hail or even similar barometric conditions can be tracks.

Sudden urges or compulsions in behavior may indicate being put back on a track.

The 5th Intelligence Consciousness Technology fine tunes awareness in the moment to identify tracks and break them.

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Emotion by itself is not the root cause of anything.

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