Does your partner no longer excite you?
Pheromones may stimulate sexual affairs and betrayal.
Do you want to untangle your emotions and claim your freedom?
What are Pheromones?
Pheromones are chemicals of communication.
Pheromones can relay information important for reproduction, mate
selection, species and gender identification, and social status. The
transference of pheromones between individuals is a form of chemical
communication that is unconscious in humans.
Pheromones were described as natural chemicals that
stimulate other individuals of the same species (Karlson and Luscher,
1959). In 1976, neuro-endocrine responses elicited by pheromones were proposed
in mammals (Johns et al, 1978).
In the 1990's, Dr Louis Monti et al identified a group of nasal
chemosensory receptor sites as the functional nasal receptors for human
pheromones and vomeropherins. Human receptors for pheromones and vomeropherins are not
olfactory receptors, although the receptors are concentrated in the nasal septum.
Pheromones and vomeropherins can initiate
neural impulses in your nasal receptors that affect your brain
function. Your vomeronasal organ (VNO) (also called Jacobson's
organ) is the part of your olfactory system that detects
pheromones and vomeropherins. It signals your brain to motivate action
perhaps you can already smell and respond to fear, or the
mood of a crowd.
Pheromones can signal danger, mark territory
and indicate readiness for sexual activity. Some companies
market pheromone products that are claimed to enhance sexual
manipulation or reduce PMS symptoms.
In the Pits
In a study reported in the Biology of Reproduction journal,
Preti and team placed pads under the armpits of male donors. They extracted
compounds from the sweat, and, masked by a fragrance, let female volunteers
smell them. After being exposed to the smells, the women reported feeling more
relaxed. (After menopause or a hysterectomy, fewer women can detect
Your armpits create pheromones and you may
unconsciously "mark" the neck and shoulders of people if you put
your arm around them. Do you rub cheeks or kiss the cheeks, neck and shoulders
of interesting strangers? Perhaps you are unconsciously checking for
If you smell someone's neck, your vomeronasal
organ (VNO) receives chemical communication. If your VNO signals "danger -
marked by large aggressive person", you may find reasons to justify avoiding
this person. If you receive no signal (due to no marking or recent cleansing)
you may seek other nonverbal or verbal information. If you receive signals that smell
right, you may feel motivated to flirt.
Pheromones may carry massive information about
people's relationships, and perhaps their medical situations; your
VNO presents this information to you as a felt sense that you may
call intuition. If you are close to certain people - to
children, siblings, parents, good friends - your intuition
may signal you when they're hurt or happy; when they're in trouble
... or when they are in love.
Intuition & Conscience
If you understand non-verbal communication and
pheromone stimulation, intuition is neither magical nor mysterious.
This mental tool uses your perceptions of things that may not be otherwise
obvious, such as scent cues, facial expressions, near-forgotten memories,
behavior and body language to give you irrational, and often useful,
insights. Insights that you cannot explain.
If you take time to check your intuition, you
may sense what is happening in your relationships and prepare
for it. Intuition can help you sort through overwhelming data quickly,
and filter what you want - or don't want to be aware of - if your
intuition is accurate.
Conscience is a quality that varies between people depending
upon an awareness of moral and ethical consequences of actions. Conscience seems
to be a product of upbringing, education and experience and deciding what is right and wrong.
A driver for conscience may be the part
of our mind that assesses our sense of life in relation to our sense of
world. We and
many others call this ... integrity.
How can you know that your intuitions are not
only accurate but relevant? By testing and double and triple checking!
We teach people how they can amplify and
check their intuitions.
Pheromones and Intuition in Systemic Coaching
Do you sometime have intuitions about people?
Do you intuit their history, their goals and what they’re thinking?
To avoid confusion and craziness we suggest that you check and
double-check your guesses. It is so easy to guess wrong - or to
project your own emotions or beliefs onto other people - or to
confuse one person with someone else.
When we coach people, we notice and strive to interpret
their non-verbal cues. Often our guesses are shockingly accurate; and
sometimes we miss the boat. People are often astounded that we seem to know
what they have done, what they are doing now or what they are considering.
Intuition is not magic - intuition is a set
of emotional-psychological-mental skills that we can all share.
Our systemic coach training can fine tune your intuition and
show you how to check it quickly.
When our intuition guesses are wrong, we strive to find out
why. Usually the answer is in one of the common
transferences - we teach classes on how to recognize and change six basic
transferences. And sometimes people avoid revealing too much - and only later
tell us how accurate we were.
Pheromones provide a more useful model than
morphogenetic fields as a source of intuition
about the entanglements and
bonds of nearby people. Perhaps pheromones carry medical information too.
To experiment with human pheromones, simply
step close to a willing exercise partner and slowly inhale through
your nose (ideally close to their unperfumed neck. Then allow yourself
to fantasize your exercise partner's relationship situation, medical
history and prognosis ... even their thoughts ... and then use our
to check your guesses.
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