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Definitely people need more conscious control over their minds — and for good reason. We’d be intelligent, congruent, and strong.

Why do not you operate at this high level of effectiveness and mental clarity already?

These difficulties arise because of how your brain was trained in the past, as it happens. It is because your brain has been trained with stimulation that is crazy and inconsistent if your brain looks dysfunctional occasionally.


What Sources Have Trained Your Brain?

Your mental function today is mainly the result of the experiential input you have received throughout your life thus far, since your brain is trained by expertise.

So here’s a simple truth to accept: All sensory stimulation trains your brain. Let that sink in a bit. Your brain is trained by all sensory stimulation.

Now for most of us, this experiential training was not actively designed to make us as fantastic as possible. Our training was infected with inconsistency and randomness. We were trained by sources with conflicting objectives, such as family, friends, schools, companies, media outlets, religious groups, and more. Every random encounter supplied us with additional neurological training.

So here’s the actual dilemma: The chaotic nature of our life experiences necessarily trains our brains to learn some incongruent, contradictory, and self-defeating patterns. Our own nerve clusters end up disagreeing with each other.

Like if part of your brain recalls that you enjoy garlic, occasionally these inner contradictions aren’t a big deal, for not liking it and another part of your brain holds the pattern. If this conflict causes your garlic ingestion to be inconsistent, it likely wo much.

But what if you have contradictory patterns that keep getting in your way, for example wanting to focus on a job while your brain also trips routines of procrastination, distraction, and laziness?

Or imagine you try and stretch yourself to do something daring, and your anxiety circuitry gets activated?

Having designs that are incongruent stored in your brain can be annoying to say the least — and possibly crippling in the worst situations.

The human brain does not have a really effective mechanism for resolving inner conflicts, to make matters worse. The truth is, it is rather great at storing routines that are inconsistent and not getting around to solving them.

In his book The Secret of Human Thought Revealed, Kurzweil noted that it’d be great if we could add our brains solve them and to automatically search for conflicting patterns and some extra programming. This would have the effect of making us consistent and more intelligent.

We’d certainly accomplish more if we could rid ourselves of false beliefs, activate motivation and focus when working on jobs, or switch on bravery when confronting new challenges.

Eventually — and perhaps within our lifetimes — we’ll be able improve upon the software of nature and to digitize our brains. Kurzweil is certainly positive about that. But we’re stuck with the biological wetware in our heads, so we’re able to still use some workable strategies for enhancing our mental functioning today.


Actively Train Your Brain


I’ve had my share of troubles with a disorderly thoughts. From 1989 to early 1991, I fell into an 18-month crime spree that included shoplifting, vandalism, breaking into mail fraud, cars, and more. A corner of my flat was often stacked with goods that were stolen. These behaviors became dependence, and I began doing them with little concern for the impacts.

Occasionally I’d get caught. Half the time I could talk my way out of it with some informed social engineering. The other times I would be detained, handcuffed, fingerprinted, and escorted into a holding cell at the local police station. The first time was extremely scary since I did not know what to anticipate, but by the third time, it started feeling a little routine.

For about a week I Had take a break after an arrest, and then I’d be right back at it again. Committing offenses while on probation made life that much more exciting.

My wake-up call came when I got arrested for the fourth time, which was for a felony (a more serious offense than my past misdemeanor arrests). I stubbornly sat in the holding cell for three days because I’d learned not to carry ID while participating in prohibited actions, and I gave the police a fake name (which really worked to my advantage on an earlier occasion). But this time found my actual identity and my prints ran.

Due to an administrative mistake, however, the court mistakenly processed my case as a first offense, totally overlooking my earlier convictions. I was lucky… too fortunate.

I knew when I kept going down this path, I’d eventually wind up spending a substantial part of my life in jail. I eventually concluded to make some serious changes. My first goal was to stop doing ridiculous, ignorant, and illegal things, so I mightn’t keep risking arrest and imprisonment each time I went outside. I needed an improved means to deal with my impulsive behaviours.

I learned a great amount about how to change update behaviours, recondition beliefs, and mental routines, so I didn’t have to be victimized by self-destructive ideas, feelings, and customs.

I figured that the more I learned about how a brain works, the more I could use that knowledge to inform and inspire my personal growth efforts. Some of these ideas led to interesting experiments, such as when I did polyphasic sleep for 5-1 just 20 minutes at four hours around the clock. every a time, Straightforward reframes that generated long-lasting advantages, for example removing the anxiety about public speaking were led to by other ideas.

Thanks to major improvements in the tools, techniques, and paradigms of neuroscience, the field has burst with promising new discoveries in the past couple of years, many of which are not yet well known in development circles that were private. Because our comprehension of the brain is improving at such a fast rate today, this explosion of insights presents us with an unprecedented opportunity to mine these discoveries for personal development gold.

The Conscious Mind Workshop

Where the Conscious Mind Workshop comes in this really is.

The overall purpose of the workshop is to help you sculpt your mind into an intelligent, more consistent, and stronger ally in your course of development.

You will learn to comprehend, reframe, and restructure feelings, your ideas, beliefs, and behaviours in ways you’ve probably never considered before.

You’ll learn to recognize where internal conflicts are being generated by your mind, and you will practice strategies for actively resolving these conflicts, so you could experience inner harmony that is greater.

You will develop a deeper comprehension of the way you can retrain your thoughts for better performance and how your mind has been trained by past experience.

Is it possible to reprogram your head if it was previously subjected to a high dosage of inconsistent, chaotic, or self-destructive stimulation?

The reply is yes. The tricky part is that the most effective alternatives are often counterintuitive, and you must be careful to implement sound strategies that align with how your brain actually functions.

Upgrade Your Mental Programming

A grandfather tells his grandson about two wolves that are always fighting. One wolf is evil, and one other wolf is good. The grandson inquires, “Which wolf will win?” The grandfather replies, “The one you feed.”

This simple story holds the key to effective mental reprogramming, as it turns out.

When we make an effort to change our mental patterns, we frequently make the mistake of resisting the unwanted patterns. But resisting those routines still needs us to think about them, which means we’re thus fortifying the patterns that are old and still firing. This is like attempting to assault the wolf that is bad. If you assault him, you’re only going to give the wolf that is evil more fight training, therefore making him stronger. If you want to conquer the bad wolf, give your attention to the wolf that is good and you have to ignore him. Feed, encourage the wolf that is good, and train, and the good wolf will rule the wicked wolf.

You see… the human brain doesn’t actually have a delete function. It’s normally going to be there for quite a long time once a pattern gets into your brain. How many routines that were silly has your brain memorized, like the theme songs from TV shows that you have not seen in years? But even though you can’t delete old routines, you can efficiently transform old patterns into new ones.

Many people try in vain to remove their unwanted mental patterns, as if attempting to delete files on a computer. But since the brain cannot un-remember what it has recently learned, this approach does not work. What does work is to give your old patterns new parts to play.

At first I tried to overcome my self-destructive patterns by turning my back on them, which didn’t work. I ended up living in a half- aware fog, working at a minimum wage job and doing the bare minimum to get by. Concluding one video game was the extent of my aspiration. I felt like a coward bereft of delight and the passion that came from my lifestyle that was once insane.

Finally I gave a new voice to my old patterns by wrapping them into a more sensible pattern of an increased order. Instead of thinking of myself as a criminal or ex-criminal, I re-labeled myself as a guy who does not blindly follow the rules — a guy who decides and believes for himself. That was not inconsistent with my old patterns, but the new pattern no longer dictated unlawful or self-destructive behavior. This permitted me to re-station precisely the same passion I once had for law breaking into more positive outlets, such as graduating college in only three sessions, going vegan, beginning my own businesses, and doing enjoyable personal growth experiments.

At the Conscious Mind Workshop, I Will lead you through a similar process of reconfiguring some of your worst mental and behavioral patterns. You’ll re-incorporate these old routines into higher sequence routines that will positively transform your life for the better.

Workshop Themes

Below are a few of the topics we’ll explore at CMW:
•How to use insights from neuroscience that is modern to upgrade your mental routines
•How to train your brain to understand opportunities
To boost your motivation and energy
• How to change your behaviors and install habits that are favorable
To make sensible choices fast
To detoxify your brain for clearer thinking
To cultivate a sharp, alert, and centered mind
To prime your mind for success and productivity
•How to get yourself to take action consistently
•How to ignite your brain to generate creative alternatives
To transform your beliefs with empowering reframes
To create courage and trust at will
• manage your life and How to live more consciously
•… and lots more

Get Your Accurate Intellect

Come to the Conscious Mind Workshop to upgrade your ideas, feelings, beliefs, and behaviors, in order to comprehend and access your mental abilities that are full.

Get invaluable insights into the inner workings of your brain, and transform your relationship with your mind for good.

Treat yourself to the immersive benefits of a positive, encouraging, and stimulating surroundings for 3 complete days with likeminded folks.

Today register for CMW, and embark on a journey of authorization, exploration, and growth.