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Clear Your Brain Transform Your Life Process of Transformation Article 2

Dr. Cynthia Miller
 


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Did you know that your brain is carrying around 500 million years of ancient debris? Can you imagine how much junk you would have in your computer if you did not clear out your emails, delete your old files and empty the trash? Our skull holds three brains, each built on top of the other serving different purposes and functions. The ancient reptilian brain, which is about 500 million years old, is the oldest and smallest part of the evolving human brain. This brain center is concerned with the fundamental processes of keeping the body alive, needs of survival and safety, fight, flight or freeze. When a situation of either real or perceived survival is at hand, the ancient brain overrides the newer, more complex rational components of the brain.

Next in the evolutionary scale comes the limbic system, which is about 50 million years old, which among other things is concerned with emotions and the avoidance of pain and the seeking of pleasure. The newest brain center, the 2.6 million year old neocortex, is on top of the older brains and controls higher-order thinking skills, reason, language, creativity, visions and dreams. The right and left hemispheres connected by the corpus callosum are all a part of the neocortex.

Until the ancient brain patterns of fear and terror are cleared or at least neutralized, they will override peace and harmony thus undermining and sabotaging creativity, dreams and visions. Peace, harmony and balance start in the membrane, field, brain structure, cells and body then radiate out into the world, creating a joy-filled life.

To create more joy and delight in your life visit http://www.brainforsuccess.com Receive your Free copy of The Gift of Gratitude! Dr. Miller is a pioneer and ground breaker in the fields of cellular transformation and deep transformative change. She received a Ph. D.in the Psychology of Change and Cellular Transformation in 1985, and has spent over twenty-five-years as a psychotherapist and later as a consultant exploring the cellular structures of thousands of people, assisting them to live in greater health, prosperity, joy, and delight. Her new book The Art of Radical Gratitude contains brilliantly stunning photography and luscious awakening poems to change your life with gratitude, radically simple to the core transformation.

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