The psyche that stems from the organism
Only a few weeks after fertilization has taken place, the thousands of cells generated by the fertilized cell form five different types of initial cell groups. Since these groups correspond to each one of the five oseis we will call them: cells I-II, vertical osei; cells III-IV, bilateral osei, cells V-VI, frontal osei; cells VII -VIII, rotary osei; cells IX-X, central osei.
Each embryonic cell group deploys the movement specific to the osei that formed it in each one of the multiple and complex moves they make. Each cell group creates new cells that will form the tissues, the cavities, and the organic systems corresponding to its specific osei. Their cell associations show some specific behaviour, perception, memory, and intelligence that we will call cellular psyche.
Cells I-II form the neurons of the nervous system. They are in charge of interpreting and coordinating different types of information so that a general planning function will arise. To achieve this objective, these cells keep some distance from the other cells. This type of behaviour enables them to grasp information as a whole from some distance. They associate among themselves following a strict hierarchical order. They also form the sight, the only sense that can perceive stimuli without having any contact with them.
The type of cellular psyche that arises from the upward movement and medullar-static quality of these cells is observant, distant, and hierarchical. We will call it, contemplative cellular psyche.
Cells V-VI form the cells of the muscular-motor and respiratory system. They are in charge of the combustive or metabolic function. They know that this function must be efficient and completed within the shortest time possible through the fastest and shortest route. Thus, the route chosen by these cells to carry out their task is unidirectional, it goes from the origin of the muscles to their insertions, from the origin of the respiratory pathways to their destinations, and they never take any detour. These cells perform their task in a precise way and they use space very efficiently.
The type of cellular psyche that arises from the unidirectional forward movement and the peripheral-dynamic quality of these cells is unidirectional, practical, and efficient. We will call it, pragmatic cellular psyche.
Cells III-IV form the cells of the assimilatory-circulatory system and they are in charge of delivering the food throughout the organism. To carry out this task they act according to the sense of taste and they associate among themselves through a bilateral intercommunicative net which enables the organism to attain a continuous state of liveliness. These cells are not concerned about efficiency or hierarchical order but about the state of contentment or discontentment of the cells. They know how to play the role of mediator by enabling the different parts of the organism to communicate with each other.
The type of cellular psyche that arises from the left-right movement and the peripheral-dynamic quality of these cells is the taste driven, communicative and mediating cellular psyche. We will call it, emotional cellular psyche.
Cells VII-VIII form the cells of the excretory system and they are in charge of the excretory function. They know how to make out their own space or territory by sorting out the substances that are harmful to the organism, by checking the selection they made, by throwing out the intruder, by keeping in check the pressure and strength applied in these tasks, by cleaning the organism, and by protecting it from its enemies.
The type of cellular psyche that arises from the rotating movement and the peripheral-dynamic quality of these cells is combative, territorial, and conclusive. We will call it, competitive cellular psyche.
Cells IX-X form the cells of the reproductive, cell regenerator, and subjacent connective system. Their intense vitality enables them to be aware of both life and death and thus, they are able to carry out the regeneration of cells. They know how to establish multidirectional intercellular contacts to bring together the different parts of the organism, to enable the cells to communicate from nucleus to nucleus so that and intimate cell-to-cell communication can take place, they are also responsible for the perpetuation of the species. They carry out their tasks quietly, hiding within the different tissues, and they only express themselves overtly at the right moment.
The type of cellular psyche that arises from the multidirectional movement and the medullar-static quality of these cells is intimate, profound, and absolute. We will call it affective cellular psyche.
In the vertebrates, the different cellular psyches shown above are coordinated within their brains and they show up in the different brain activities, thus forming the psyche of the organism or of the living being.
The psyche coordinates and expresses the different internal and external vital needs of the five major organic systems. Both this coordination and this expression are carried out through the spinal cord or the spinal nerves (internal information) and through the five senses or the five cranial nerves (external information).
The psyche and its brain activity are not independent from the different activities and movements in each living being’s organism. Just the opposite, they are absolutely interrelated with them. They are one of the activities of the osei.