Amazing stuff- How you can retrain your brain to work around pain and other issues

Hi Everyone,
I watched an amazing podcast Nine Essential Steps Peak Brain Body Performance on Bulletproof radio with Dave Aspery who is a brilliant self taught Brain Hacker today ( which I am addicted to!) with a lady called Anat Baniel who has made some amazing discoveries about how the brain works things out and who has been able to work out how to hack the brain to find new pathways and it is so damn simple that we all should be doing it. Anat has done amazing things with Children with all sorts of conditions where the parents were told the child would live in a vegetative state and yet with some of Anat’s training those kids are now fully functioning adults who are themselves contributing to the world in amazing ways. For those of us with Chronic Pain , Scoliosis, Invisible Illness, Mental Health issues and other serious health issues this should be the first stop but unfortunately Drs are not aware of refuse to believe what modern Neuroscience is discovering. You can change the way that your brain learns, feels and sees the world with a series of movement exercises. Anat coins the phrase “Intentional Movement” as a key factor rather than the normal movement that we do without thinking about it- like gyms stuff. This stuff is groundbreaking and should be a part of our basic education going into the future. Please  Check out  the Bulletproof radio interview and her page- It’s really astounding.

Cheers Teesha Morgan
The Anat Baniel Method

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Mandala Love – New Sketch for the Colouring Book

New Mandala sketch that I’m working on. I haven’t named it yet. Any name ideas?

I love colouring Mandalas as the repetition is very soothing and I find my mind slowly winding down and I sort of fall inside of it and just want to finish it right then.

Mandalas are mesmerizing, so when I am colouring one I always set up an alarm of soothing music so that I don’t cramp up.
I like to get up and move around or lay back and do some stretching every half hour or so when I am colouring.
It is especially important to keep moving when you have chronic pain even though all I want to do is snuggle up in bed, but in the long run by staying comfortable we lose muscle tone which leads to more pain and mobility issues.
How do you manage your movement when you are colouring?
Cheers Teesha