Neuroplasticity

Neurons that fire together, wire together

October 10, 2013    BY Susan Taylor, PhD

Positive thoughts expand our brains. Negative thoughts shrink them. The brain has neuroplasticity—it can change and be molded like plastic. The biggest factors creating these changes are our thoughts and emotions. “Self-directed neuroplasticity” means consciously influencing our minds in positive ways, such as meditation, that expand our brains and enable us to receive what we need to lead a fulfilling and happy life.

Audio and video downloads are available for Digital Members.

Susan Taylor, PhD
Susan is a nutritional biochemist who has trained in yoga sciences for the past 30 years.