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This interesting article hits upon many points that I have personally experienced. In my case, I remember a distinct intuitive understanding that there was a language barrier that separated my mom and dad and didn't allow them to meet fully. My desire was to understand the perspective of each person and try to help them to communicate with each other. It is an interesting experience to understand completely where each person is coming from, yet see that they cannot understand each other.
What are your experiences in this realm??
Hyperconnected yet along? Enjoy this TED talk!
Yet another interesting article about the brain and meditation.
Change has this reputation of being difficult.
When you actually break it down, the process of change can actually be simple, but not easy when you don’t have the right tools or approach.
Combine this with the fact that the brain is not a huge fan of change and you can see how change has earned its reputation.
I will give you a few key words that can turn it all around and hack open the mystery of change.
They are: practice, repetition, and fun.
I know that these words are not particularly earth-shattering or sexy, but lasting change is not a flashy fad.
It is consistent, deliberate, and intentional action.
Think about the activities in your life that are so automatic that you don’t have to think to do them.
-playing an instrument, -
-learning to speak a language,
just to mention a few.
When you were a baby these things seemed gargantuan and impossible, AND here you are, doing them with ease.
Think about the hours you spent practicing these things, and how many times these activities have fired the neurons in your brain, how many times they have been reinforced(myelinated), and continue to be every time you do them.
Now think about the changes you want to create, how many times you have repeated the habits that support or negate those changes, and what you want to do about them.
Here are some Brain Friendly Habit Hacking tips that will help support you in making the changes that enhance the ease and enjoyment of your life!
Comment below to share how they worked for you, share your successes and to share some of your own.
Top 10 Brain Friendly Tips for Hacking your Habits
Movement, NOT computer games, improves your brain! Everyone! Get outside and move today!
Brain Gym and the upcoming workshop was featured on Bronxmet TV this week!
There is a commonly spouted Brain Myth out there, that we use only 10% of our brain.
Having worked with Brain Gym for many years, I know that this is not the case, but I didn't have the reason why or where they even came up with a number like 10%!
Well, Dr. Bruce Lipton debunks this myth, and introduces us to the lovely glial cells!
Bonus!!! He also mentions Brain Gym as a way to increase whole brain functioning as a way to get you using 100% of your brain!
Book a session today and optimize your brain and life!
This video of a man who has focal dystonia and has started to regain control over his body through dance is quite inspiring. He says, "Sometimes to get to the brain you have to go through the body."
Much is true in what we do in Brain Gym.
Changing the brain is the new frontier to changing your life. I am not only the practitioner but also a continual client. My own brain as well as those who entrust me with their brains, never ceases to amaze me in its capacity to change, re-learn, and create!