The number three is very significant on our planet for creative impulses, and is often in numerology said to be The Divine Architect or The Mind of God.
Our physical body follows this principle also as it is designed with 3 major organs that connect us with the Divine. Each is important as they determine not only the quality of our lifes but whether we are alive or not - another cosmic joke!
We can use each organ to independently carve a pathway to self-realisation, as well as allowing us multiple inbuilt choices with the symbiosis of all three the 'fast track' way to self-mastery.
“One heavenly Father is hiding in the head of every human being, all-pervading, the inner self of all beings.”
“Residing here, in every human being, God is inhaling. God is inhaling from the day we are born. We are thus born for God realization, because our whole body is God, the whole universe is God. Without His inhalation, life ends.”
Heart = Electromagnetic generator
“The human heart is now documented as the strongest generator of both electrical and magnetic fields within the body. We’ve always been taught that the brain is where the action is, but the brain is comparitively weak…
The heart is 100 times stronger electrically and up to 5,000 times stronger magneticallly than the brain. The reason this is important is because the world as we know it is made of those two fields. If we can change either the magnetic field of an atom or the electrical field of the atom, we literally change that atom- we change the stuff our bodies are made of. And the human heart is designed to do both, to change both the electrical and magnetic field of our bodies and our world, and it does so in response to the emotions we create between our heart and our brain…
Every thought in the human mind sends out an electromagnetic wave from the base of the heart that has a measurable effect on the world in which we live.”
- Greg Braden
Lungs = Breath
"If you can do something with breath, you will attain to the source of life. If you can do something with breath, you can transcend time and space. If you can do something with the breath, you will be in the world and also beyond it."
"There are certain points in the breathing which you have never observed, and those points are the doors, the nearest doors to you, from where you can enter into a different world, into a different being, a different consciousness..."
"The healing power of Christ, the magnetism of Mohammed, the miraculous power of Moses, the charm of Krishna, and the inspiration of the Buddha-all these were attained by breath."
Sufi Master Hazrat Inayat Kahn
Brain= mind and thoughts
Our brain is of of bio-technology superb design that communicates with our whole cellular system. Neuroscience and neuro-theology have made amazing discoveries about this, yet still it is our thoughts that are what creates the life we experience.
The brain is the great receiving and distributing reservoir of vital electricity, just as the heart is the receiving and distributing reservoir of the blood
When we deal with brain science, we are dealing with the organ that makes us unique individuals, that gives us our personality, memories, emotions, dreams, creative abilities, and at times our sinister selves.Ruth Fischback and Gerald Fischbach
There are billions of neurons in our brains, but what are neurons? Just cells. The brain has no knowledge until connections are made between neurons. All that we know, all that we are, comes from the way our neurons are connected.
As we begin the 21st century, the Hubble space telescope is providing us with information about as yet uncharted regions of the universe and the promise that we may learn something about the origin of the cosmos. This same spirit of adventure is also being directed to the most complex structure that exists in the universe - the human brain.
Floyd E. Bloom
The brain immediately confronts us with its great complexity. The human brain weighs only three to four pounds but contains about 100 billion neurons. Although that extraordinary number is of the same order of magnitude as the number of stars in the Milky Way, it cannot account for the complexity of the brain. The liver probably contains 100 million cells, but 1,000 livers do not add up to a rich inner life.
Gerald D. Fischbach