Homeostasis
the hypothalamic system of self-regulation.
Located in the brainstem,
the hypothalamus together with the amygdala and hippocampus coordinates the actions of the Autonomic Nervous System [ANS]
and the Endocrine System [ES]
[Kelly & Dodd 1991:277]
Connecting all parts of the brainstem:
the reticular formation comprises much of the brainstem core,  known as the tegmentum.
I_A_M_KEY  balances these systems - by utilizing these same parts of the brainstem and creating homeostatic balance through it's sympatheically resonant symetry.
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homeostasis: our body's self-correcting mechanism
The hypothalamus
is the chief region for the integration of
sympathetic and parasympathetic activities.
The hypothalamus regulates the actions of
both of the branches of the ANS.
The hypothalamus
with all its checks and balances
is our bodies’ major regulating center.
The hypothalamus
is programmed by the limbic system,
which is largely associated with our emotions.
The Limbic System
is a set of brain structures involved with: feelings, motivation, instinctive behavior, learning and memory.