In our 3rd webinar we learnt how our mind changes our brain and how we can leverage our neuroplasticity to create a more fulfilling life.
Where attention goes, neural firing flows, and neural connection grows.
Book: The Brain That Changes Itself: Stories of Personal Triumph from the Frontiers of Brain Science. It’s a book full of inspiring and touching stories about people that learned to repair their damaged brain by using their mind. By psychiatrist and psychoanalyst Norman Doidge.
Book: The Eureka Factor, John Kounios & Mark Beeman.
It’s a book on the neuroscience of insights which will help you understand more your intuition, how it works and why you should trust it.
Article: “5 Predictions About How Coronavirus Will Change The Future Of Work“
When you feel worried about the future of your job, read this article to expand your mindset and see possibilities you may underestimate right now!
Video: here the Olympian skier Emily Cook explains how she uses mental imagery (visualisation) to train herself for her competition (be patient, the video takes a while to appear).
Insights from our participants:
“The sheer fact of making somebody else’s brain work is curative in of itself. There was an incredible survey regarding cancer patients in which a small but still numerically relevant number of cancer patients were misdiagnosed (no cancer in their bodies upon autopsy) yet their bodies managed to make physical changes and make them die according to the end date that the doctors told to them.” Gloria
“If you expand your insight you can see its connections with the rest of your life, put it on paper, use a mind map, visualise it in front of you so that you can see its meaning into the wider picture of your life. Make a list of the points that prevent you from realizing your ideas/dreams and for each point find how you can solve it. Make sure that this point/problem really exist or it’s just a problem in your mind.” Elena
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Our project is dedicated to the NHS staff and key workers and in this webinar we watched a great video to remind us of the incredible effort the NHS staff is making to save our lives.
We’ll never forget it.
If you know someone who can benefit from all this, please share.