It’s brain science – not rocket science.
Although built from complex mixtures of chemicals and nerve cells, the brain isn’t that difficult to change. Everyday habits, interactions with other people, and even diet can potentially rewire the brain.[bctt tweet=”Everyday habits . . . can potentially rewire the brain. – @RuthBuczynski”]
In fact, just by focusing on the words on this site, you could be changing your brain right now.
Daniel Siegel, MD, author of Mindsight and executive director of the Mindsight Institute, explains that attention creates energy that can lead to neurological change. Paying attention in the right way, he says, can potentially alter the way the brain works.
Take a look – it’s just three minutes.
You can hear more from Dan during this Wednesday’s webinar.
He’ll share 9 dimensions of healthy brain integration, and he’ll talk about how trauma affects neuroplasticity (and how we can respond) – click here to sign up.
And to get the most out of the Brain-Smart series, you might consider becoming a Gold Member. You’ll get the downloadable videos, audio recordings, and transcripts of every webinar – they’re yours to keep forever in your personal library.
Have you ever helped a client change their brain through everyday habits? Please share your experience in the comments below.