Mind over matter

Neuroscientists says that the number of neural connections in the brain is 100 Trillion which is the Minimum number of neural connections, or synapses, in the human brain. That is at least 1,000 times the number of stars in our galaxy. 
It’s like having a really advanced microprocessor in your skull operating at the highest level, Analyzing information and details of every situation we encounter. It’s up to us to train our mind to think positively about anything that happens. The Science of Neuro Linguistic Programming is all about Positive Thinking . because if you could change the perception of the situation from a negative one to a positive one, you’ve then successfully changed your reality. I believe that we make our own destiny . because it’s dynamic based on how you react to events . you always have the choice to do this or that.
But what we really need to know that only positive thinking won’t change anything by itself . you need to convert these thoughts into actions like its written in this article
Researchers continue to explore the effects of positive thinking and optimism on health. Health benefits that positive thinking may provide include:
Lower rates of depression.
Increased life Span.
Reduced risk of death from cardiovascular disease.
It’s unclear why people who engage in positive thinking experience these health benefits. One theory is that having a positive outlook enables you to cope better with stressful situations, which reduces the harmful health effects of stress on your body.
So when you’re facing any situation you can either look at the half empty or half full glass . It’s your choice.





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