The Brain's Role In Creating Healthy HabitsDec 10, 2019
You've heard me talk about the mind-body connection... but have you ever been confused as to what I mean by that or how to connect the two?
I see that head of yours nodding!! That's why I wanted to dive into some research to explain how the brain is tied into EVERYTHING that I teach.
Let me tell ya, you are NEVER too old to start learning more about your body, mind and life!
Because you are not in the same place that you were 10 years, six months or one week ago. I want to encourage to never stop learning because you never know what will resonate with you today.
I mean look at me for example, if I stopped learning after I completed my undergrad over 15-years ago, where would I be right now? Stuck in an old way of thinking.
Embrace where you are today and be open to not knowing without the fear of moving forward.
You can do this by realigning your beliefs, emotions and feelings with your goals. This is where visualization + creating action will help you experience bigger lasting changes in your brain which will ultimately improve your mind-body connection.
The minute you begin to be open to new ideas, perspectives and conversations, you will begin to create healthier habits not only for your body + life but for those around you.
WHAT WE COVERED
- Neuroplasticity: What it is and why it matters (3:14)
- Implementing visualization to achieve lasting changes (8:22)
- My 6 tips for creating a better mind-body connection (14:10)
Want me to dive deeper into any of the related topics from this episode? Interested in learning more from research-based topics? Reach out to me! Let me know what you want to know on Instagram, Facebook or simply reply to any of the emails that you receive from us!
HERE ARE SOME RELATED EPISODES
- David Lesondak, Fascia: What It Is and Why It Matters
- Enhance Your Movement Through Visualization
- Improving Fascial Connections Through Breath
- Living With Intention
- Turning Reflection Into Transformation With A Mentor
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The material contained within is provided for educational and informational purposes only and is not intended as medical advice. You should seek prompt medical care for any specific health issues and consult your physician before beginning a new regiment or purchasing any product(s).