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erase brainBlame it on the Brain!  Come learn how it is not your fault, but you solution to find

Did you know that the latest brain research confirms that if you gain the “super power” skills to rewire your negative brain’s reactivity, you can foster joy, empowerment and abundance?

Yes, that is right.  You can blame it on the brain.  Apparently, being a human and not a reptile creates certain brain challenges.  We have a higher brain, a mid-brain and a primal brain system or as Rick Hansen calls it – a money, mouse and reptile brain (Hanson 2009).

Can you imaging what would happen if you put all three of them in the same cage, what might happen!  Now consider how having all three in your brain might create havoc for you too.

Never fear, here are some tips to tame the brain, body and energy system so you foster higher consciousness. You see, the good news is that because of neuroplasticity (the brain can be rewired to higher consciousness) you can actually change your negative patterns.

chakrasAnd because of something called, Polyvagal Theory, therapists and healers can better understand how to transform our trauma and negative habituated patterns, sadness, anger, looping negative thoughts, anxiety, sleeplessness and even depression. (Porges 2011).

The key to success is creating an internal source of safety.  I soon will have a video series out to help you with this.  Until I release it, here are some tips to create it for yourself.

In ME-B Works, I teach you 5 Spiritual Laws/Steps and Skills so you can embody your higher self and incarnate more of your Core Being into that reactive money, mouse, reptile brain!

TIP 1: Breath into your body and focus on feeling safe and calm sensations.  Only the good.

THEN:  While you do that, I want you to imagine you are in a safe place…like a beach, in the arms of a loved one, in bed with a warm comforter,….these are some images I use but find out whatever works for you.

AND:  Lastly, place one hand on your stomach and imagine sending loving kindness and compassion to your smaller self. brain pic good one2.jpg

REFERENCES:

Hanson, R. (2009). Buddha Brain: The Practical Neuroscience of Happiness, Love and Wisdom.

Porges, S. (2011). The Polyvagal theory: Neurophysiological foundations of emotions attachment communication self-regulation. New York, NY: W. W. Norton & Company, Inc.

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