~ Gwilda Wiyaka ~
As we embrace evolution, all four aspects of the human being – physical, emotional, mental and spiritual – must remain in balance for us to maintain health. With the pressure of increasing frequencies bombarding the planet and everything on it (including us), any place we have resistance will be slower to adapt. This resistance sets up an imbalance between these four aspects, as the restricted area will evolve at a slower rate than the other three.
One arina this imbalance is becoming obvious is in the human brain. We all have routines, sub-routines and compartments in our neurological pathways that, while serving in the past, are becoming increasingly cumbersome. The problem is, people tend to be resistant to change. To change involves chaos – leaving our comfort zone – reconsidering our position.
Is there a way to reorganize the brain to meet the new challenges of today? What new information coming from neuroscience research can prove helpful in this process?
With us this hour to explore the fascinating topics of evolution, neuroscience and the human brain is Susan Weinschenk. Susan has a Ph.D. in Psychology and is the Chief Behavioral Scientist and CEO at The Team W, Inc, as well as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point. She consults with Fortune 1000 companies, start-ups, governments and non-profits, writes her own blog and a column for Psychology Today online.
Dr. Weinschenk’s area of expertise is brain and behavioral science applied to the design of products, services, experiences, and human interactions.
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