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FLUSH: Cull Your ToXiCs, Reinforce Your Friendships Part 2 of 2

FLUSH: Cull Your ToXiCs, Reinforce Your Friendships Part 2 of 2 If the Toxic feeds your mind with poisons (telling you that you ‘can’t’ possibly succeed in your resolution to change or do something different), those thoughts can embed and become part of your reality, especially at an unconscious level. ‘Oh,’ you think, as you look […]

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FLUSH: Cull Your ToXiCs, Reinforce Your Friendships Part 1 of 2

FLUSH: Cull Your ToXiCs, Reinforce Your Friendships Part 1 of 2 New Year, new life, new opportunity, resolutions, getting better, stronger, fitter, happier, sexier, richer. Take your pick. Life’s a smorgasbord of opportunity if you approach it the right way – fill your boots with new experiences and give your brain a neuroplastic workout at […]

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ToXiC Wetware 3 of 3

ToXiC Wetware 3 of 3 They literally exhibit the wetware concept. This doesn’t refer to a senile and incontinent Toxic’s undergarments, but the idea that human brain cells or thought processes can be regarded as analogous to a computer system. These subroutines are one of the key ways to identify a Toxic and help you […]

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ToXiC Wetware Part 2 of 3

ToXiC Wetware Part 2 of 3 If you’re astute, you notice that certain people around you prefer you to remain the same and feel uncomfortable with any changes that you make. They say and do things that makes it obvious that they’re trying to reinforce who they think or what they want you to be, […]

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ToXiC Wetware Part 1 of 3

ToXiC Wetware Part 1 of 3 Imagine you are fortunate enough to be given a Bengal kitten, a top-flight expensive feline with an illustrious pedigree and exceptional rosettes. You name her Ayesha, after ‘she who must be obeyed’ in the Rider-Haggard novel, to denote her high status and haughty demeanour. As she’s settling in, exploring […]

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Neuro-pleasure & Neuro-pain Part 4

Neuro-pleasure & Neuro-pain Part 4 There’s much to learn from all aspects of existence – pain, disappointment and sadness – simply because they’re an inescapable part of the human condition. All life is suffering, the first of the Four Noble Truths of Buddhism, right? That’s why these aspects of life are traditionally considered ‘character forming’. […]

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Neuro-pleasure & Neuro-pain Part 3

Neuro-pleasure & Neuro-pain Part 3 You can use your mind to train your brain to nuke any negative thoughts that lead to pessimism while accelerating the types of positive thoughts that lead to optimism. Your mission is to become the master of neuronal nuancing that leads to greater happiness. The rewiring starts in your neurons. […]

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Neuro-pleasure & Neuro-pain Part 2

Neuro-pleasure & Neuro-pain Part 2 Cheerful optimistic people invariably have higher activity levels in their positive oriented left PFC. Optimism engages highly desirable cognitive, emotional, and motivational components. Optimistic people generally enjoy better moods, are more persevering and successful and often in better overall physical health. Optimists attribute good events to their own endeavours and […]

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DIY Neuroplasticity Cartoon – Dude, where’s my brain?

DIY Neuroplasticity Cartoon – Dude, where’s my brain?

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Neuro-pleasure & Neuro-pain Part 1

Neuro-pleasure & Neuro-pain Part 1 Enjoyment is extremely stimulating to the brain, which, being reward driven, is primed to respond to and reinforce pleasure. Rewards can be defined as the gaining of pleasure and the avoidance of pain. This is why you have sassy fun loving neurotransmitters like serotonin and dopamine, and brain regions like […]

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