Our brain, that structure that sits in our skull, made up of cholesterol based casings around our neurons. The part of our body which we generally equate to the computer, the decision making and control centres of the body. Within this system, there is the autonomic - automatic and the makes things happen with out thinking; sympathetic, which has more conscious control - feel pain > move hand; enteric system is the internal decision of the digestive system to ensure an efficient and tight function of digestion.
The other way we talk about our 'brain' is its division of conscious and unconscious mind. There are some really big differences between the two parts. This article is going to broadly discuss
The conscious brain can be thought of your immediate awareness at any point in the day. For instance, if you bring your attention to a sound, a touch or thought, parts of your brain are fired up.
You conscious mind also tends to do what you ask it to do, which is primarily directed by your unconscious mind.
The Unconscious Mind
It is thought, the unconscious mind hears, sees, and feels everything, so what ever you come into contact with, your unconscious mind is aware at a very deep level what is going on. The conscious brain however, is only able to concentrate on a few points at any one time, but if given instruction or a specific request to pay attention to the smaller details we sense, the brain can access this information.
There are a 'points or rules' of the unconscious mind, which when understand it is possible to harness the unconscious to our betterment and heal our world as we see it.
7. We create meta programs that create our core patterns of behaviours: These can be thought of as our road map of action based on the beliefs, learning. Meta programmes present two opposing way of thinking and a person can sit on either end, and can change in different situations. There are 10 primary meta programmes, and people tend to sit somewhere along the spectrum and can help explain a lot of why we do what we do.
Towards - Away
Procedures - Options
Internal Reference - External Reference
Global - Detail
Self - Others
Independent - Co-operative
In time - Through time
Sameness - Difference
Doing - Considering
Thinking - Feeling
8. Our conscious brain needs to make 'sense of' things so when there is a difference between what we feel and what we see, we make up a story to helps ourselves. Often, we create negative stories, because for some reason we tend to create negative stories. For instance, someone is upset and we think it must be something we did or said.
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