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DECEMBER – Train Your Brain #12


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As promised back in January, we dedicated all of our time to meditation practice in the final Train Your Brain session held on the Solstice, December 21. The focus of the practice was moving from the darkness to the light. aligning with the energy of the Solstice. Participants were asked to envision what they would like to transform in their life. Acknowledging the teachings of fundamental science that energy can neither be created or destroyed but only change form, the […]

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NOVEMBER – Train Your Brain #11


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    Here are the before and after pictures of our brains.     What do you notice? For ten months of the year, the title slide on the left represented the state of our brains. We were thinking inside the box, clouded by a grey fog of confusion and slightly less buff. In the eleventh month, the new title slide on the right, shows the effects of ten months of training  falling into place. We’ve grown, cleared our minds […]

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OCTOBER – Train Your Brain #10


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This month targeted focused attention. The fast-paced nature of our society is conditioning our minds to pay attention at short intervals to ‘loud’ stimulation. Whether its a barrage of images, bright lights or big sound; marketing, movies and technology train our minds to flash from one point of focus to another. Not only does this condition a continually shorter attention span, it also influences the depth of our observation. We tend to glide over the surface of our experience unaware […]

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JUNE – Train Your Brain #6


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In the sixth session of Train Your Brain on June 15, we continued to work on putting you in the driver’s seat of your life. We acknowledged that taking control begins with knowing where you’re at now. The following True or False questions from Randy Kulman’s book, Train Your Brain for Success: A Teenager’s Guide to Executive Functions, provide an opportunity to take a look at your current habits. T / F     I often find it hard to set long term goals for myself. T […]

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MAY – Train Your Brain #5


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MAMA SAID THERE WOULD BE DAYS LIKE THESE! BUT, there doesn’t have to be. Self-Control is a trainable skill and in the last session of Train Your Brain on May 18, the training began. Missed it? Don’t worry. The summary and WebEX recording link are below so you can become savvy with self-control too. As we did in the session, let’s start here with a couple of basic True or False questions from Randy Kulman’s book, Train Your Brain for […]

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APRIL – Train Your Brain #4


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The free monthly Train the Brain sessions continue to unfold with the fourth session having taken place April 20. The focus of the session was the importance of relaxation in order to perform to your fullest potential. Meditation is a tool for consciously moving toward the expression of your highest and best self. It does this by supporting the evolution of the mind from low levels of awareness to higher levels of awareness. These levels of the mind are called […]

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