The enteric nervous system, or intrinsic nervous system in our intestines is called the second brain because it contains many of the same neurons and neurotransmitters as our brains do. Many of these are involved with processes like learning, memory formation, and communication. The communication between brain and body is bi-directional. How much more information could you experience if you honored that and paused to check in with your gut feelings before making any decisions?
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