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The Neurobiology of the Genius Brain


If you apply the Darwinian school of thought whereby natural selection tends to weed out the weakest and least useful, while the strongest and most robust are destined to survive, you may come to the conclusion that those with the strongest brains and most genetically predisposed “geniuses” are the ones that will thrive and succeed. However, the inner workings of ... Read More »

10 Ways to Optimize Your Memory

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Practice makes perfect when it comes to just about anything – including your memory. Developing techniques to hone your recall of everything from names and phone numbers to more complex processes can make a world of difference. 1. Focus We all struggle with staying focused in our daily lives thanks to endless distractions. Many are great at multi-tasking, and it ... Read More »

The Introverted Brain


Have you ever been told you’re too serious or need to relax? Have you ever sat quietly among a group of people talking and been asked, “Are you okay?” You’re most likely introverted and, to some degree, misunderstood. Most of the world is made up of extroverts (also spelled “extraverts” in many psychological references and studies, but now, used rather ... Read More »

Genius Brain vs. Normal Brain: Four Key Differences


Albert Einstein was a genius. So were Leonardo DaVinci, Bobby Fischer, Nikola Tesla, Marie Curie, Ludwig van Beethoven, and Madame Da Stael. That is inarguable. You can probably think of dozens more. Then consider the question: Why are these individuals considered geniuses? By what measure are we making this determination? Certainly each of these individuals has contributed something to our ... Read More »

The Basics Of Cognitive Restructuring


If you’re familiar with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), then you’ll be more apt to understand cognitive restructuring, as it is a core ingredient.  CBT is quite popular in the therapy field and a leading treatment for anxiety disorders, depression, and more disorders. Cognitive restructuring is a process of observing, identifying, and modifying irrational thoughts that don’t serve an individual. It ... Read More »

Brain Hacks To Alter Behavior


Wouldn’t it be wonderful if we could really understand the cause and effect of many things that happen in our lives? How would it be if we were able to understand why we behave the way we do? Have we ever wondered whether there is any single deciding factor, a pattern that might be common to all the behavior styles? ... Read More »

Which Brainwave State Are You In?


At any given point in time, a person’s brain’s nerve cells are sending out electrical impulses in specific patterns known as brainwaves. Everything from our thoughts and ideas to our moods and physical state are closely tied to the brainwave patterns our brain is producing. An electroencephalogram (EEG) produces a visual representation of these brainwave readings. The waves are measured ... Read More »

Third Eye – A Path To Spiritual Dimensions

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Is it possible that you literally have a third eye that connects you to spiritual dimensions? Perhaps this third eye can be found within the pineal gland. The pineal gland is a pea-sized gland in the exact geometric center of the brain and comes from the root word “pinea” which is Latin for “pinecone”. Pinecone symbolism appears all over the ... Read More »