Neuroplasticity and the Brain

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Neuroplasticity and the Brain

Our bodies are regulated by a program whose structure is primarily located in the brain. This structure is a neural network (group of nerves that branch apart and reconnect and interconnect) that receives and processes data. Even though there are a multitude of factors that impact the data processing in the brain, there are some fundamental principles that can be used to help us understand how the brain works overall.

The brain continuously remodels itself by forming new neural connections, which we can use to our advantage to help us become healthier. The brain has to build a circuit in order to instruct the body how to complete a certain task. How often that circuit is used will determine how efficiently the circuit will be able to fire. This principle, neuroplasticity, can be demonstrated by practicing a sport or a musical instrument. The more a person practices, the better his/her skills become; this is due to neuroplasticity. When a person practices so much that he/she becomes a master or professional, the task is no longer a conscious effort. The conscious mind is virtually eliminated, and the action becomes a subconscious process. When this happens, the conscious mind no longer limits what is possible – and the door opens for a person to achieve seemingly impossible feats.

When you commit to getting healthy through our unique process, we will show you how you can utilize your brain’s ability to generate healthy neural pathways: healthy neural pathways that are developed by and dependent upon positive belief systems and behaviors, positive thoughts that are reinforced daily. These positive belief systems will begin to phase out your negative thoughts about yourself and life in general, creating health, happiness, balance, harmony, and general well-being.