Limbic Imprint

Limbic imprinting is the inborn capacity of the nervous system to absorb and memorize, on a cellular level, all of the information from its surrounding environment during the early formative period-- the moment of conception through 9 months of gestation, birth, and the first few years of life. Every fluctuation of the mother's hormonal, physical, emotional experiences are registered by the fetus and non-cognitively recorded in its developing nervous system. These early impressions and sensations remain with this person throughout their entire lifespan. 

If the original limbic imprint, or 'basic settings', were undesirable and painful, it is possible to consciously create an alternative later on in life.  

What is your Limbic Imprint? 

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