Connection between mind and brain

So once we go into the subatomic level we actually see that the atom is not really an atom.

You know particles change according to their waves and they are particles only when you actually look at them. So it is considered the observer effect.

And it is really interesting because it means that we have these waves of energy and as we make a choice we create reality – which we do – so as you think, feel and choose you change your brain.

Think, feel and choose those three things always go together. Always thinking means you’re always feeling. Thinking and feeling means you’re always choosing.

It’s happening at like 400 billion actions per second constantly so we’re processing this world around us through this think-feel-choose and then we build thoughts so there is this structural consequence. So thought is actually a physical response of the think, feel, choose. And quantum physics is kind of helping us understand that. But quantum physics is real and is easy to understand with classical physics. So classical (physical world) and quantum (the sort of non-physical world) work together.

Caroline Leaf, Neuroscientist

Bad things do happen how I respond to…

Bad things do happen; how I respond to them defines my character and the quality of my life. I can choose to sit in perpetual sadness, immobilized by the gravity of my loss, or I can choose to rise from the pain and treasure the most precious gift I have life itself.
-Walter Anderson

Here is a story as told by Dr…

Here is a story as told by Dr. Wayne Dyer

“If I were to squeeze an orange as hard as I could, what would come out?” I asked.
He looked at me like I was a little crazy and said, “Juice, of course.”
“Do you think apple juice could come out of it?”
“No!” he laughed.
“What about grapefruit juice?”
“No!”
“What would come out of it?”
“Orange juice, of course.”
“Why? Why when you squeeze an orange does orange juice come out?”
“Well, it’s an orange and that’s what’s inside.”

I nodded. “Let’s assume that this orange isn’t an orange, but it’s you. And someone squeezes you, puts pressure on you, says something you don’t like, offends you. And out of you comes anger, hatred, bitterness, fear. Why? The answer, as our young friend has told us, is because that’s what’s inside.”

It’s one of the great lessons of life. What comes out when life squeezes you? When someone hurts or offends you? If anger, pain and fear come out of you, it’s because that’s what’s inside. It doesn’t matter who does the squeezing—your mother, your brother, your children, your boss, the government. If someone says something about you that you don’t like, what comes out of you is what’s inside.

And what’s inside is up to you, it’s your choice.

When someone puts the pressure on you and out of you comes anything other than your best response, it’s because that’s what you’ve allowed to be inside.