How to Keep Your Brain Young For Years to Come - Brain Health
I hope by now that you have grasped the very simple but profound concept that the brain already knows exactly how to take care of itself for life.... if only we would let it. But we don't and very successfully manage to interfere with its natural working by imposing on it all sorts of conditions that it finds most unwelcome. Here I'm referring to actions like undue stress, drugs, poor diet, sleep deprivation, wasteful sexual practices, lack of exercise... and so on.
Look here you brain!
My position is that any program that aims to keep thebrain young
has to foster its health by providing the 'right' conditions for it to look after itself. It's a hands-off approach that says to the brain - "Look, I've put in place the conditions for you to re-engineer yourself and stay young for years to come so go for it." It seems such a simple natural strategy that one can only speculate as to why it's been kept secret for so long.
An awesome event
While many may attempt to dismiss this approach as being childlike and simplistic that, in my view, would be a huge mistake, For it would also, by association, dismiss the remarkable act of our creation in the womb. In case you'd forgotten, you were created in nine months without any external interference at all. That awesome event was scheduled, coordinated, produced and directed by the intelligence stored in your body's cells. Each cell knew what its role was, knew how and when to perform it and how to relate to and work in harmony with billions of other cells. For me that's compelling evidence... do you agree?
In my last article I stated that the most important and rewarding action I believe we can take is to restore and maintain the integrity of the four natural processes - sexual energy circulation, breathing, movement and curiosity. In simple, practical terms that means:
- Relearning how to generate, circulate and use sexual energy.
- Relearning how to breathe and control the breath.
- Reinstating exercise
- Being a fearless 'explorer' of possibilities
Once these conditions are being met we can rely of the remarkable ability of the brain to 're-shape' itself through its capacity to specialise and to grow. You see, your brain contains a vast collection of resources and knowledge, which I call cellular intelligence. This impressively powerful network serves one purpose: healing... and every person has this powerhouse available to them
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