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Achieve Happiness & Success through Self Development - Motivation, Mindset, NLP, Hypnosis, Meditation, Affirmations and more!
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Scans show meditation brain boost

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The BBC's David Sillito has been examining the theory that meditation can reduce stress, depression and even chronic pain.

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Brain Power

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The Brain Power Mind Map will take you on a journey through the thought process – within which lies the key to all of life’s decisions and actions. The Mind Map first takes a look at the make-up of the Brain, delves into the significant role that the Inner Mind plays when it comes to directing our unconscious behaviors and actions, and breaks down the impact that our thoughts have over our life and habitual patterns of behavior. Furthermore, the Mind Map concludes with a look at Neurons and the influence that the formation of Neurons have over our lives. You will discover all this and more within the Brain Power Mind Map.


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Stanford studies monks' meditation, compassion

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Stanford neuroeconomist Brian Knutson is an expert in the pleasure center of the brain that works in tandem with our financial decisions - the biology behind why we bypass the kitchen coffeemaker to buy the $4 Starbucks coffee every day.

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Brain Power

From neurons to brain wiring, Dr. David Walsh gives an easy-to-understand tour of children’s and teens’ brain development and the impact of experience on the “wiring’ of their brains. Children are shaped by the stories they see and hear from parents, relatives, and teachers which pass on values, attitudes, and affect emotional and physical well-being. More than ever, media has become a powerful storyteller in children’s lives and raising healthy kids in the media age involves making wise media choices.


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