Our Beautiful Brain

I recently started a program to become a Health/Life coach. I really think that good health represents a great future; we hear how the foods we eat have so many chemicals nowadays. And being healthy is a part of my life that I want to embrace. I have realized that being “healthy” will help me become the best version of myself; which is my goal. At the same time understanding that we are all works in progress and good health is a process that takes time.

Well, I thought that my first lesson was definitely going to be on food, OH NO; to my surprise, our first lesson was about the brain. The power of our brain; the brain is one of my favorite subjects. I really believe that our brains are powerful, and honestly, our brains are these wonderful, miracle machines. If we learn to rewire our brains, we can literally achieve anything we want.

Yes, it sounds easy, but the truth is, that it is simple, but not easy. Why? Because rewiring the brain is a process that takes time. So many times when we are learning a new theory, or a new way of life, it doesn’t happen overnight. And in this case our humanness gets in the way, and, we get discouraged because we don’t see the results right away, so we falsely believe it doesn’t work and that we are losing our time. When in reality we are just rewiring our brain to that particular issue that we are working on.

Let’s keep in mind, that it is not about being positive and pretending that nothing is wrong. But to realize and understand, that the way we think, DOES REWIRE THE BRAIN. The more we think, feel and act the same way, the faster the lights turn on and the brighter they glow. So if we want to create a different approach or a different way of being, let’s understand that “WE DO” have to practice more and more. So we start to light up that side of the brain towards our main intention. Try it, I guarantee you; it does work.

Martha Bass


About LoveHeals

Some people say I make them laugh. Some people say I inspire them. I'm hoping to connect some of the things I've learned along life's road with some of the people who could use a dose of humor and inspiration.
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