Every thought we think change our brain (VIDEOS).

Sunday, November 1, 2015. New York City – I have been learning about psychology, spirituality and neuroplasticity (neuroplasticity is also called brain plasticity or brain malleability).

Psychology is the study of mind and behavior. It is an academic discipline and an applied science which seeks to understand individuals and groups by establishing general principles and researching specific cases.

Spirituality may refer to almost any kind of meaningful activity, personal growth, or blissful experience. Traditionally, spirituality refers to a process of re-formation of the personality but there is no single, agreed-upon definition of spirituality.

In modern times the emphasis is on subjective experience. It may denote almost any kind of meaningful activity or blissful experience. It still denotes a process of transformation, but in a context separate from organized religious institutions, termed “spiritual but not religious”. Houtman and Aupers suggest that modern spirituality is a blend of humanistic psychology, mystical and esoteric traditions and eastern religions.

Neuroplasticity refers to the potential that the brain has to reorganize by creating new neural pathways to adapt, as it needs. The term Neuroplasticity is derived from the root words Neuron and Plastic. A neuron refers to the nerve cells in our brain. The word plastic means to mold, sculpt, or modify.

We can change our brain by the way we think. Let’s keep toxic thoughts out of our mind. We have a plastic brain that can be changed. Every thought we think change our brain. We can change from negative thoughts to positive thoughts.

Healthy thoughts as healthy food can help us to stay healthy or improve our health. Our thoughts and feelings can make our bodies sick. Our thoughts and feelings can make our bodies healthy, too.

The Brain that Changes Itself.
“There’s so much about the human brain that continues to baffle and mystify our top medical researchers, but one aspect of its complex design is starting to come into focus. Contrary to previous widely held beliefs, the human brain exists in a perpetual state of constant change. The documentary The Brain That Changes Itself explores these groundbreaking findings as heralded in a book of the same title by psychiatrist and researcher Dr. Norman Doidge.

For four hundred years, the common perception was that the brain worked much like a computer, and its functionalities were set as firmly in place as any machine. But what if the brain is actually morphing and maturing at all times based upon the stimuli of its environment? Such a notion, as argued by Dr. Droidge, would alter our perspectives on brain disease and dysfunction, and revolutionize our understanding of human nature itself.

The revolution began with the discovery of neuroplasticity, a term used to describe the structural changes of neurons in response to factors like environment, thought processes, and bodily injury. The phenomenon of neuroplasticity provides evidence of the brain’s stunning malleability, and its inherent capacity to overcome and adapt to even the most severe challenges. Ongoing studies are indicating that in many cases, the healthy parts of the brain can be recruited to supplant those that are defective.

Dr. Droidge has not come to these conclusions on his own. They result from the tireless efforts of some of the world’s most progressive medical scientists. The Brain That Changes Itself introduces us to many of these brilliant figures as well as a host of patients who have benefited from their brave new world of research. Their findings offer hope to victims of crippling neurological conditions like stroke, cerebral palsy, and chronic depression.

The implications set forth are not limited to the treatment of traumatic injury. This exciting realm of medical science can point the way to a more enlightened existence, and unlock a potential in the human species never before believed possible. For that reason alone, this film is a fascinating exploration that is relevant to all viewers.”_Space And Intelligence

Dr Norman Doidge.
“Dr. Norman Doidge, M.D., the New York Times bestselling author on The Brain’s Way of Healing: Remarkable Discoveries and Recoveries from the Frontiers of Neuroscience. With CBC’s Nora Young.”_Toronto Public Library

Dr. Joe Dispenza and Dr. Jeffrey Fannin – “Brain, Mind, and the Placebo Effect” – QuantumWorld.TV.
“Dr. Joe Dispenza and Dr. Jeffrey Fannin where we will be exploring the world of Brain, Mind, and the Placebo Effect through neuroscience and brain mapping. They will also discuss the work these two esteemed doctors have done together and the research that they have collaborated on at Dr. Joe Dispenza’s conferences around the world will also be discussed. Dr. Dispenza also spoke about his book “You Are The Placebo: Making Your Mind Matter.”_uantum University

Bruce Lipton, Ph.D. Epigenetics: The science of Human Empowerment.
“Through the research of Dr. Lipton and other leading-edge scientists, stunning new discoveries have been made about the interaction between your mind and body and the processes by which cells receive information. It shows that genes and DNA do not control our biology, that instead DNA is controlled by signals from outside the cell, including the energetic messages emanating from our thoughts. He demonstrates how the new science of Epigenetics is revolutionizing our understanding of the link between mind and matter and the profound effects it has on our personal lives and the collective life of our species.”_AGF Meko

I Can Do It. The Power of Thoughts and Affirmations by Louise L. Hay. Full Audiobook.
Louise L. Hay is a bestselling author, speaker and inspirational teacher whose healing techniques, affirmations and positive thinking have inspired millions worldwide. She is the founder of Hay House Publishers.

Joel Osteen – Detoxing Your Mind. 2015.
Joel Scott Osteen is an American preacher, televangelist, author, and the Senior Pastor of Lakewood Church, the largest Protestant church in the United States, in Houston, Texas.

Joel Osteen says that every time we think a negative thought, we can say “thanks but not thanks. That is not on my diet.”

“The Secret” – Law Of Attraction.
The Secret is a 2006 film produced by Prime Time Productions consisting of a series of interviews designed to demonstrate the New Thought claim that everything one wants or needs can be satisfied by believing in an outcome, repeatedly thinking about it, and maintaining positive emotional states to “attract” the desired outcome.

The censored version of the film and the subsequent publication of the book of the same name attracted interest from media figures such as Oprah Winfrey, Ellen DeGeneres, and Larry King.

The film includes interviews with individuals self-described as professionals and authors in the fields of Quantum physics, psychology, metaphysics, coaching, theology, philosophy, finance, feng shui, medicine, and personal development, who are referred to as “secret teachers”. Some of these individuals, on their Web sites, promote the film and their connection to it. A few of the individuals with only brief appearances do not specifically speak of the “law of attraction” in their interviews, so their support of the concepts is based on viewer assumption.

Individuals who focus on the law of attraction, who are interviewed in the film, and have later been featured on prominent American TV shows, are: John Assaraf, Rev. Michael Beckwith, John Demartini, Bob Proctor, Jack Canfield, James Arthur Ray, Joe Vitale, Lisa Nichols, Marie Diamond, and John Gray. Other people involved in the film, who have spoken of their strong belief in the Law of Attraction include Esther Hicks and Jerry Hicks (original edition only), Mike Dooley, David Schirmer, and Marci Shimoff. Others interviewed in the film, and who voice very similar views without actually using the phrase “law of attraction” include Lee Brower (Board Member of WorldVuer), Hale Dwoskin, Cathy Goodman, Morris E. Goodman, John Hagelin, Bill Harris, Ben Johnson, Loral Langemeier, Denis Waitley, Neale Donald Walsch, and Fred Alan Wolf.

5 Tips For A Better Life | Iyanla Vanzant.
Lifestyle Expert and life coach Iyanla Vanzant shares her 5 tips for living a better life and being a more fulfilled person.

You can reprogram your thinking! If you change your thinking, you change your life!

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