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AWESOME NEUROSCIENCE

*Previously published on 2e News and Variations Magazine at https://www.2enews.com

“If you are always trying to be normal you may never know how amazing you can be.”

— Maya Angelou

There is a great body of evidence in neuroscience indicating that our individuality originates within our unique brains.

Recent studies illuminate that each of our brains is as distinctive as a fingerprint. With advances in brain mapping and imaging sof...

In college, I read an article in the San Francisco Chronicle that forever changed the way that I interact with humanity.  If I could tell the author thank you a million times I would, but sadly, I do not know the author and the article clippings are packed away somewhere in my college boxes. 

The story was about a man who had committed suicide by jumping from the Golden Gate Bridge.  Strikingly, in the suicide letter, the man w...

February 15, 2019

William Shakespeare wrote, “Present fears are less than horrible imaginings.”  It is important to remember, when one’s mind tends to drift, imagining can be positive, negative, or neutral.  It is the state of our reactions to our emotions and bodily sensations, whether we attach or detach to our fears and anxiety.  Ultimately, the stories we tell ourselves can dictate our state of mind and well-being. 

Psychologi...

January 11, 2019

The New Year brings loads of positivity and hope.  How can you make the most of it and ride the waves of positivity?  The mind, body, and thoughts are connected like a web.  You cannot have one radiate light without the other.  We are beings designed to perceive our environment and have autobiographical memories embedded in our senses and our hippocampus.  But how can we cultivate positivity and move into our highest self?  It...

January 11, 2019

As you begin 2019, set your visions by mindfully adjusting when life throws curve balls. Swing for the fences each and every time because you never know when you will make it home. 

  1. Set an attainable goal that has meaning and is specific.  The greater detail of the how, when, where, and the why will make your goals more concrete and clear in your mind.  If you want to travel, choose your destination, create a budget, and ha...

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