Neuroscience of changing behaviour 

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Your personality determins your personal reality.

Joe Dispenza, PhD

What you will learn 

We all know that any transformation is painful. Any change is painful and scary for every living creature. It is frightening because it's unknown and threatening. Therefore transformation requires knowledge, skill, work, dedication, and is always accompanied with immense discomfort. However, change is not a luxury, it's a necessity.

 

We all remember the main postulate of evolutionary theory: "survival of the fittest". But what is truly interesting is that this thesis was massively misinterpreted. In saying that the only fittest will survive and continue evolution Darwin meant not the strongest, not the fastest, not the most intelligent of a species, but the most adaptable to change. The human brain is extremely complex but unbelievably powerful mechanism. Its ability to change (adaptability) is striking. Our external environment changes all the time. Our body changes all the time as well. And we have no option but to follow in order to survive. But we are creatures of habit and routines. We tent to stick to the known and avoid the unknown at all cost. That is why even idea about change even sounds scary and uncomfortable to most of us. But, as Henry Ford once said: "if you keep doing what you've always done, you will get results you've always got". And it's true.

 

Our personality determines our personal reality. Our personality is beyond our physical bodies. It's comprised of our thoughts, attitudes, believes, and behaviors. Humans think on average about 60-70K thoughts a day and 90% of them are repetitive, automatic and mostly unconscious. Thoughts bound together form attitudes. Attitudes strung together form solid beliefs and beliefs determine how we react and act. In other words, mental constructs and mental repetitions we experience automatically on a daily basis push us to behave in a certain, and very often, automatic and irrational ways. Exactly, for this reason, we act as we are used to and then sometimes think: "why did I say or do that". Behaviours, obviously, attract certain types of people and circumstances into our life that form our personal realities. So, if you want to change your personal reality you must change the way you act, react, perceive and think. 

 

This 3-day course will provide you with the particular framework and applicable, easy to use cognitive-behavioural, neuroscientific and epigenetic tools on how to change your behaviour, beliefs and thoughts in the most effective, smart, painless, and efficient way. 

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If you keep on doing what you've always done, you will keep on getting what've always got

Henry Ford