Introduction: The objective of this investigation is to analyse the informational circuits of the brain connections with the body from neurologic
and neuroscience point of view, on the basis of the concepts of information promoted by the Informational Model of Consciousness.
Analysis: Distinguishing between the virtual and matter-related information promoted by the Informational Model of Consciousness, the main
specific features of consciousness are analyzed from the informational perspective, showing that the informational architecture of consciousness
consists in seven groups of specific activities, defined as cognitive centres, each of them with specific distinct tasks, but correlated each other: centre
of acquisition and storing of information (memory), centre of decision and command (decision), centre of the emotional states (emotions), centre of
the body maintenance (power and health), centre of the genetic elaboration/transmission (reproduction) and the info-genetic generator, inherited
from the parents (predispositions, talents and skills). A special centre, dedicated to the connectivity with some extra-power properties of the mind
is also introduced, assuring an intimate supra-sensitive detection of the world to explain the associated phenomena of the near-death experiences.
Result: The activity of all these centres should be supported neurologically by the brain neuro-connectivity to the body and to external and
internal info-signals. On the basis of the informational analysis, the neuro-connections of the brain regions associated to the main characteristics
of the cognitive centres are highlighted, showing the anatomic and neuro-functional relation between the distinct components of the brain and
the specific operating body regions. These connections describe in terms of information the brain-body neuro-activities as informational specific
circuits, composed by the info-operational subsystems managed by the brain, and sensors, transducer and execution elements.
Conclusion: The components and connections mind-body stipulated by the Informational Model of Consciousness are supported by the