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Change the Brain; Relieve the Pain; Transform the Person

Definition of Neuroplasticity

Look at pages 4 and 5 of the Neuroplastic Transformation workbook. They are a nice introduction to the vast amount of information your brain receives from your body and then uses to tell your body what to do. The complexity of the brain may seem overwhelming, and it does its job so well, that people tend to assume that it can accomplish whatever it needs without help. When it goes awry, however, the brain needs to be directed to get back on track. Truly, there are massive changes happening in our brains all of the time. Think about the fact that the adult brain
makes and breaks 7.5 trillion synapses a week.


We literally change who we are week after week. It is even more astounding that we are able to maintain a continuity with all these changes, but that is exactly what the brain does. Somehow the brain knows how to remain constant enough to provide a day to day connection to oneself, while changing both itself and the body so much that we appear and act very differently as time goes on.

© 2012 Michael Moskowitz, Marla Golden Contact