How the Brain Adapts ~
At my peer advisory group today, we watched a Ted Talk about what occurred in the psyche of a person having a stroke. It occurred to me how quickly we adjust and adapt to adversity when we are put into the situation requiring that of us. For instance, when the part of our brain controlling our motor skills is interrupted, we figure out an alternate way to accomplish our immediate and urgent action. When we get an injury, we figure out how to get by in that predicament. In both of those examples, we are accepting a compromised set of skills and creating new habit patterns. It happens rather effortlessly and easily. Imagine how grand it would be, if we could use our minds to program achieving that which we don’t fully believe or conceive we can achieve, much less deserve. If we could get into the groove of making incremental progress forward, toward its manifestation until it becomes second nature to achieve our goals and reach our highest potential and greatest expectations.
Always reminding you to “Get Well and Stay Well” – Dr. Diana Joy Ostroff
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