This post speaks about each of us and the role we have in who we are, what we have become and what we can do to change. Our brain and how our mind comprehends is based on what we feed it. Research shows that what we knew or thought we new is continously changing, being modified, substantiated, and refuted. If we allow ourselves to remain left behind by locking in our beliefs in any subject and not opening up our mind to possible change, we miss the chance of becoming all that we can be. I have always said that one is never so smart that they can’t learn something from a dummy. I trust I will always ask those questions, listen to what I hear and continue down the road of an enlightened life. God gave us this brain and mind to think with. He gave us the ability to think and reason and make choices for ourself. We should do just that! We should never allow ourselves to lock into what someone else wants us to believe until we look in all direction even if it make us uncomfortable. Think on!
I seldom re-blog or re-publish someone’s work here in my WordPress account. However, this day, this very day, I have stumbled upon a great article in LinkedIn.
This very article is what I really wanted to point out with my entry last May 8.
The Worst Thing You Can Do to Your Brain
(And Vice Versa)
Deepak Chopra MD (official)
Founder, Chopra Foundation
May 15, 2014
The brain hasn’t ever been unimportant, but it has risen to new heights in an age where neuroscience and genetics are sharply focused on it. We are gaining so much insight into brain processes that it’s easy to assume that the brain runs our lives. The truth is that each of us is the user of our brain, and as with any mechanism, the user’s intention makes all the difference.
There’s no need to get mired in the contentious argument over whether the brain…
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