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Rmx19sArrowsReturntoHisQuiverRmx19sarrowsalwaysreturnedtohisquiverwhichcorrespondstofeedbackmechanismsthatinformthecentralnervoussystemaboutspecicactivitiesthathavetakenplace.Theseprovideimportantinformationaboutthedegreeofsuccessofanaction.Withinthemusclesforexampletherearespecialsensoryspindlebresthatenableinformationtobesentbacktothebraindescribinghowfarthemusclehasbeenstretched.Intheautonomicnervoussystemtherearealsomanytypesofsensorysystemsthatprovideinformationabouttheinternalstateofphysiologicalactivitysuchasthebloodpressurewithinanarteryorthelevelofsugarintheblood.Thearrowsx19returnisalsorelatedtotheinputsfromoursenseofsightsmellhearingtasteandtouchwhichsupplyournervoussystemwithavarietyofinformationabouttheoutsideworld.InthisstorywearetoldthatRmx19sarrowreturnedfromtheseventhsubterraneanregionassociatedwiththe7sltreesthatcorrespondtothe7columnsofthebrainstem.OnacellularlevelthereturnofRmx19sarrowsdemonstratesthatthenervecelliscapableofrenewingitselfsothatimpulsescangooutagainandagain.Thismechanismofrenewalispresentontheioniclevelofthenerveparticularlywithinthenervemembranes.Therearemechanismswherebyamem-branethathasundergonedepolarizationorhyperpolarizationcanrenewitselfthroughanexchangeofions.Thisisanautomatichomeostaticprocessconstantlyoccurringthroughoutthephysiology.TheprocessofrenewaldescribedbythereturnofRmx19sarrowsiseverywhereonalllevelsofcre-ationx14atomicmolecularandcellularaswellasthelevelsoftheorgansandorgansystems.WeseeitespeciallyinMaharishix19sdescriptionofthesequentialunfoldmentofVedaandtheVedicLiterature.AsVedaunfoldsfromitssourceinself-referralconsciousnessitistheexpansionaryqualityembodiedintheaspectoftheVedicLiteratureknownasVykarathatgivesititstendencytosequentiallyelongateitselfanditistheself-referralqualityfoundinNiruktwhichensuresthatitalwaysstaysconnectedtoitssourceintm.Excerptsfrompp.200x13201ofRmyainHumanPhysiologyNerveimpulsesactivatetheendorgansofactionmusclesglandsbloodvesselsetc.resultinginsensoryfeedbacktothebrainasthebasisforthenextaction.BrainSpinalcordNervesMusclesRmx19sArrowsReturningtotheQuiverFeedbackLoopsoftheNervousSystem8