A Newsletter To Help You Enjoy The Sunrise By Opening The Windows Of Opportunities July 2018

Reset Your Brain


Heard of the ostrich that buries his head in the sand whenever danger strikes?

Seen the rat that is so black and hard to see, and just pops up to make a big mess?

Know of the tiger who says 'I am the boss and I will destroy whatever comes my way'?

Or of the hyenas that attack, hurt and do wrong simply because they are in a big pack?

Or of a snail that is oh so slow, creeping at its pace because nothing in this world matters?

These are all animals in us that resist change; we're too confident or too meek, too slow or too scared, and too stubborn or too vain. Try and find your own home truth of who you really are. Try and see what is holding you back and do something about it.

We invest time and energy in becoming comfortable with one thing and that becomes our identity. We favour blue not green. We like physics not biology.

Our likes define us, make us who we think we are, and give us a sense of control.

If we are comfortable where we are, and our needs do not seem threatened, we are happier to stay right there. Unless we feel severely vulnerable about something we refuse to change. Think about it:

♦  My body weight is all right; I don't really require any exercise!

♦  I have a group of friends; I don't need to know more people!

♦  I'm just about passing the exam; I don't have to work harder!

♦  What good is learning a new language going to do to me?

♦  Why are we moving home? This school and house is just fine!

♦  Why do I have to clean the room? It's going to get like this again!

♦  Why do I have to go to dinner? I don't even know those people!

At times when we know that we are not happy and still resist change; simply because we don't know what the new proposition will be.

We don't trust the people (friends, parents, siblings, teachers, guides) who are directing us to change. And above all, we are stubborn, sluggish and inflexible; we think we know best and we ignore seeing the brighter side maybe because it's shining just too bright and hurting our eyes.

Your brain is plastic!

Well, plasticity does not mean that your brain is made of plastic; it implies the brain's ability to change. Brain cells or neurons can alter their protein structure, reorganize themselves by forming new connections and allow us to be someone we had never imagined; or rather imagined but not believed in.

So, reset your brain, take up new challenges & soar to new heights!

Excerpts from The Teenager Today – Article by Dr. Shefali Batra
To read more click here - http://theteenagertoday.com/reset-your-brain/