Sorry, this article was translated by me using Google, it may be a little difficult to read.

Here is the original article: 前列腺高潮-1-2-乐的本质-处理环节(上)

Prostate Orgasm-1-2-The Nature of Joy-Treatment Session (part1)

These six parts, seemingly simple, need to be analyzed in detail!

  1. reception, the human body for the stimulation of a variety of ways to receive, the simplest classification is the five senses of sight, sound, smell, taste and touch, but in fact, as far as the senses, there is a sixth sense, and even the Buddhists also in the sixth sense (mind) outside the development of the seven senses (Māna consciousness) eight senses (Arya consciousness) nine senses (Amara consciousness), and so on, which is a little super outline, not to elaborate. The point here is, is imagination a form of stimulus reception?

Personally, I give the judgment that yes! So how does imagining this type of stimulus reception work? In my personal understanding, imagining this way of stimulation is through the simulation of the initial five sensory stimuli, the initial five sensory stimuli generated, the brain is going to record this stimulus, as to what way to record, perhaps bioelectricity, perhaps other, again not deep into. We only need to conclude that your memory exists which is a real irrefutable fact, and imagination, is to re-simulate this memory again, of course, can also be processed, which is called masturbation.

This paragraph to express the meaning of the brain, itself is also a stimulus receiver, is the sixth stimulus receiver in addition to the five senses of sight, sound, smell and touch, but its stimulus reception is not external stimuli, but the reprocessing of the stimulus information (bioelectricity) stored in the brain!

Then this stimulus information reprocessing, is necessarily limited by the original stored information, the intensity can not be greater than the intensity of the original stored information at the time, and the human body also has an instinct, that is, with the increase in the number of stimuli, the sensitivity to the stimulus will become less and less, so with the many repetitions, with the entire stimulus delivery channel of multiple information processing, the intensity will also gradually decreasing, which is why the first time is always beautiful.

  1. input, after the body receives the stimulus, the process of transmission to the brain, is the so-called input, the input process is carried out through the bioelectric transmission of nerves (this Baidu, very common sense stuff), look at this link alone, because the information is still being transmitted to the brain, the brain has not yet processed, in fact, the brain does not yet know what is happening.

However, it is necessary to understand that there are several ways of input.

The nervous system can be divided by site

①Central nervous system: including the brain and spinal cord. The brain is located in the cranial cavity and the spinal cord is located in the spinal canal.

②Peripheral nervous system (peripheral nervous system): includes 12 pairs of cerebral nerves connected to the brain and 31 pairs of spinal nerves connected to the spinal cord.

Of these, the peripheral nervous system can be subdivided into

The somatic nervous system: also known as the animal nervous system, contains somatosensory and somatomotor nerves, mainly in the skin and the motor system (bone, bone joints and skeletal muscle), managing the sensation of the skin and the sensation and movement of the motor apparatus.

The visceral nervous system: also known as the autonomic nervous system, the vegetative nervous system, is mainly located in the viscera, cardiovascular and glandular bodies, managing their sensation and movement. It contains visceral sensory (afferent) nerves and visceral motor (efferent) nerves, which are further divided into ** sympathetic and parasympathetic nerves** according to their functions.

This introduction is too complicated, simply put the central nervous system is the command, only to manage the information processing, the somatic nervous system is mainly responsible for the external, receiving external stimuli, and can be subjectively controlled to make people move, of course, there are automatic parts, such as the knee jerk reaction is automatic. The visceral nervous system, on the other hand, is mainly responsible for the internal, receiving internal stimuli, and is able to operate automatically, without subjective intervention.

To summarize, there are two types of input: external body stimuli through the somatic nervous system, and internal body stimuli through the visceral nervous system.