Making the Brain Body Connection by Sharon Promislow, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. All your history is lodged in the cells and DNA of your body. Your decisions, judgments, old patterns and beliefs are also stored there. Using this day program. Making the Brain/Body Connection: A Playful Guide to Releasing Mental, Physical & Emotional Blocks to Success. Sharon Promislow. Kinetic .
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Learn More- opens in a new window or tab Returns: Much of the material comes from Promislow's specialised Kinesiology which is the study of the body in movement. Her specialism focuses on energy and teaches simple techniques for switching on the making the brain body connection connection to enhance functioning, concentrating on restoring natural energy flow and releasing the classic stress response.
As an experiential learner, I didn't just read the book " I tried out many of the exercises and found them useful both physically and intellectually.
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The environment floods the brain with the equivalent of about 10 megabytes of information per second. A lot of that input remains subconscious. One example is temperature. We can feel when it gets too hot, but relatively subtle differences in temperature are often imperceptible to us.
A study by Soloman Hsiang of Princeton showed how a slight difference in temperature can dramatically influence incidences of violence and aggression. A couple of the studies he cited involved firearms training for police in the Netherlands.
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Changing the room temperature in which they were doing their exercises made them fire their guns more or less. So Alabama should be more violent than Alaska?
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But comparing Alabama and Alaska may not be conclusive, as there are many differences. Throughout much of the year, people in Alaska probably see less light than people in Alabama, for instance.
And the presence of colours and light levels in our environment can also have significant effects, both on the emotional aspects of personality and on cognitive functions. Many of us are aware that not getting enough daylight can cause seasonal affective disorder, or SAD.
Less familiar is the effect of colours.
Even tiny colour cues in your environment can affect your behavioural performance. Public Speaking Success in 20 Minutes a Day Skill Builders by LearningExpress Editors Public conversing is taken into account one of many optimum reasons of worry and rigidity for many humans, but it truly is virtually unavoidable over the process an entire life.
This book has people raving about its user friendly approach and its solid research based information.