Brain Neuroplasticity

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Modern Science has unequivocally discovered that we can change our non-resourceful ways of thinking , negativity, bad habits and useless outdated patterns. To explain this, let’s use the metaphor: of snow skiing: Imagine new snowfall at a favored resort. Because the snow is light and fresh, skiers are forming  pliable, plastic paths down the hill around rocks and trees. This is  like early brain development that was shaped by circumstances while you were growing up. If you have a good first run you’ll probably take a similar run the second &  third times. The snow is pliable and plastic so you’ll make ruts which are like making habits and patterns .  It’s hard to get out of them and take a different path down the hill once you are “c aught”.

Since you yourself are the one who  developed the ruts , you think you have fewer choices. In the same way when you were growing up, you created ways of thinking, feeling,  acting and responding to outside stimuli that helped at that time to deal with those situations.  You can see that it made  you became who ou are today in thinking, feeling, and acting and being. You  created Neuro-connections and pathways in your being which became habitual and automatic mental ruts that are so automatic they’re outside your awareness.

We don’t know our ruts. We often don’t know that  there may be a more resourceful way of thinking and doing things and we wonder why we can’t get the results  in life we want. As these roads become deeper, or as these neural pathways become stronger,  you begin to think feel and act and believe in automatic ways. The choices you had when your brain was like a virgin snow and you begin to act like the boundaries with in your brain and it begins to think how you think she’ll behave and respond can’t be changed or change would be quite difficult.

You begin to say to yourself,  “That’s who I am.” Anything you do over and over or practice repeatedly or any stimulus to which you repeatedly exposed causes a change in your brain. That way,  more neural real estate is turned over to doing it, thinking it, believing it, feeling it, or being it. 

If you examine the brain of a concert violinist you’ll find that the parts of the brain related to finger movements , hearing the sound, reading music, feeling the rhythm, coordinating playing with an orchestra, and related activities would be greatly expanded compared to people who don’t practice the violin eight hours a day. It is how concert pianists don’t think , they just perform what has been done so many times in their hands that it comes out as a natural part of who they are. Practice, practice , practice develops this reality. 

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I know of no  better way to help create this than Holosync

Holosync will help you improve your awareness by strengthening your pre-frontal cortex which causes you to see the unconscious behavior is the drive you to bad habits, unless or destructive patterns  and addictions. And because you cannot continue an unconscious behavior once your conscious of it, you have the choice to change. Holosync also helps soothe the limbic system so that your stress levels will be dramatically reduced.

Brain science can help you to create a beautiful, creative, confident, and compassionate brain and to have all the benefits that kind of a brain makes possible. Stay in gratitude!

Holosync can help with depression it’s not a cure but thousands of reports from those coping with conditions like depression will say that Holosync is made an amazing difference in their lives and depression and anxiety and more. Meditation is best way to reduce stress. Holosync affects many part of the brain, but the two most important are the limbic system which calms, and the prefrontal cortex, which enhances. Traditional meditation does the same thing, but much more slowly and requiring a lot more effort.

Bill Harris , the creator and founder of Holosync teaches :

What we repress is eventually expressed. These disowned human qualities are expressed in covert and dysfunctional ways. Focusing on what we don’t want, we repress qualities that we think are wrong, disowned parts psychologist referred to as shadows. Immature and dysfunctional behaviors when repressed and we end up creating or attracting more of them. Human unhappiness is connected to shadows and disowned a repressed human qualities. If a certain area of your life isn’t working, you can be sure there’s a shadow. Shadows are areas where we are unaware. In other words when you were pressed something you become unaware of it. Everyone sees it because you exhibit it, but you don’t. You don’t realize that you are expressing it even if you see it in others. What we do outside of our awareness happens outside of us, on auto pilot, an automatic response and we need to acknowledge and re-own the shadow. It makes you aware and gives you choices. Awareness creates choice.

Once you have choice about something, you automatically choose what serves you and others. Increased awareness is the key to making your life better. When you become aware of a shadow, it stops making you suffer, in your life. In every society there is social agreement about which aspect of us are wrong and bad. There are, of course, variations from family to family; one family may express some expectation strongly , like excellence. In some families this is intense and some families it is mild. It is safe to express what our family or our community  considers acceptable.

To keep ourselves from  expressing the “unacceptable ones”,  we repress them and push them into the basement of our consciousness, out of our lives. But  we don’t get rid of these repressed shadow parts, they leak out in covert, dysfunctional and immature ways. Pretty much everything that bothers you in life is the result of a shadow, some human quality you disowned. If to you selfishness is a bad thing. You resist it in others and it persists in you, however like a water balloon that if you squeeze it in one place it pops out another, the anger expresses itself one way or another. If one of your parents gave you dirty looks or shamed you or you were criticized or they gave you negative looks and  sore feelings for being selfish when you were young, you naturally repressed it. If you were emotionally dependent on the positive regard of parents and community you learned to dislike selfish people, making them seem bad. When you disown selfishness in other people it becomes an essential feature in your life. You see selfish people everywhere. If you encounter a person you think it’s selfish, you are strongly negatively affected by him or her. Selfish people really bother you. Even if their selfishness doesn’t bother you, one of the signs that something is a shadow is that you have a strong emotional reaction to it. A person for whom selfishness isn’t a shadow and therefore hasn’t disowned it, it doesn’t trigger them in the same way. For you though, life seems to be a constant stream of selfish people. How did all the selfish people find you? Well, by disowning your own selfishness, your attention is drawn to selfish people, and you’re less likely to be noticing or attracted to people who aren’t selfish because to you selfishness is a danger; you’re on the lookout for it to avoid it. Focusing on what you don’t want actually causes you to attract more of it, so even though it’s the last thing you want, you attract selfish people and it’s a trigger for you. Everyone but YOU can actually see that you’re quite selfish. But you don’t acknowledge or even notice that you’re selfish because you disowned it, as if  it’s “out there”. You just don’t see it in yourself. After all, you’re against selfishness because it’s such a bad thing. Ironically, even though you’re against selfishness, you often express your disowned selfishness to others in covert and dysfunctional ways.

We each can disown fear or anger or thousands of other qualities. In truth ,  we all disown anything our parents or authority figures didn’t want us to express, like








being good at things,  

feeling like a victim,

sexuality and other  human urges.

A positive quality can also be a shadow. If you disowned charisma, you will adore or admire that quality and others because you disowned it. It’s a general rule that all qualities, whether disowned or not, exist in all people. And all of them, no matter how positive or negative they seem , are normal human characteristics. When you’re unaware of something you don’t have a choice about it. You don’t have a choice of your emotional reaction. You just react to your disowned parts and you have no choice of how you express that reaction. And you unconsciously attract a constant stream of people who exhibit this behavior.  With a higher level of personal awareness, you move from unconsciously being it to consciously having it, which is why it becomes a choice.

When you become aware of and will own your own selfishness, selfish people stop triggering you and you stop attracting so many of them. You still notice them but in spite of being triggered you feel compassion toward them. It doesn’t mean you don’t see the harm or that you want to be around them, but they don’t trigger you. Selfish people just no longer throw you into a negative emotional state because you’ve really owned your own selfishness. And you stop expressing it in immature ways. Maybe it really is a bad thing if it hurts people, but the key point is that all qualities capable of being disowned exist in all people. If you read up this shadow concept, if you would knowledge that a human quality you disowned is a part of you, then something really interesting happens.

What seems to be a negative quality, matures into something positive. Immature selfishness if you were not forced to repress it developmentally matures into positive self-regard and then into love for others. Certain types of therapy helps us speaks from other voices.

For example: “I’m the voice of Bill’s selfishness.

What’s your job?

I take care of Bill.

I think of Bill’s needs in a way that no one else can.

If Bill really fully owned an embodied you, what would happen?

Bill would feel more secure knowing that I’m on the job and he would be able to like himself even love himself more. In fact, he would begin to see that loving others actually benefits him, that it’s beneficial to him and that one of the ways I could protect and care for him is to allow him to love and care for others.”

This allows you to become more aware of what that part of you offers,  which is probably something of which you were previously  unaware. As negative shadows  mature, they  become useful. The one needing to be the center of attention may become a great leader. Every shadow become something wonderful once you see it with awareness.  

With the positive changes made to the brain by meditation, Holosync particularly, a strengthening of the prefrontal cortex and calming the limbic system is created  and  a person can be much more willing to do the things they want, including speaking in front of others or other seemingly impossible challenges and unreachable goals.

With a positive attitude of hope, we can overcome so many things. Stay on the path. Trust your Higher Self.