Podcast 7. How does the brain work?

Why is it that many people who go through the process of learning how to live in the present end up looking into their past?

The reason is that people who undergo this process end up realizing that they have anchor’s to old memories which are limiting their present moment. Old belief systems are no longer relevant and yet they are stopping us from doing what we want more than anything else!

Therefore if we want to experience the present, sometimes, it is worth looking at our past and realizing if the beliefs we created are still valid.

For this reason, in this podcast, we explore the brain and how neuron-transmitters work.

The world is neither horrible nor beautiful…

The earth itself is neither horrible nor beautiful, but both simultaneously.

At any single moment in any single day there are both good and bad things occurring without your control.

There are 196 countries, 7000,000,000 people currently alive, 360,000 births and 151,600 deaths each day, 3000 religions, and there are 5000 planes in the air at any given time.

Your little tiny vessel known as your body sees the equivalent of an anthill in comparison to the world. Furthermore, you will only meet up to 10,000 people in your lifetime if you are lucky. That means that you will never meet 6999,990,000 people that exist in this world right now. In fact, with the birth rates as listed above, within the next hour there will be another 15,000 babies born that you will never meet.

There are 24 hours, 1440 minutes or 86,440 seconds within each day. During that time how much do you remember? If you go through all of yesterday, minute by minute, how much do you actually recall? What about last Friday? What about the Tuesday 5 weeks ago? What did you eat for lunch back then?