The Brain Drives
The brain is the organ of central command, which means everything we do, think, say, hope, and experience, as well as our body’s ability to sustain itself, is driven by the brain. The brain drives. When we cut our finger or break a bone, it’s the brain that orchestrates healing, not some outside intervention like applying anti-bacterial ointment, an adhesive bandage or a cast – those actions only protect an injury from further damage. The brain’s number one priority is keeping itself alive to guide brain-driven people to find the best solution when faced with challenges.
Doctor David Eagleman, neuroscientist and adjunct professor at Stanford University, contends there are as many connections in a cubic centimeter of brain tissue as there are stars in the Milky Way. If that’s true, you can only imagine the complexity of working with a near infinite system like the brain.
What should we do as human beings when our brain is a little off like a car engine not functioning optimally because of some electronic gremlin? Since we’re dealing with an issue we cannot fully understand or control, the best way to do that is to simply trust the brain to heal itself when it’s not functioning at its best.
So, how can we know our brain is functioning as well as possible? Sleep is an excellent indicator. If you are regularly receiving 7-9 hours of restful sleep each night, that’s a good indication your brain is on its way to achieving its full capabilities.
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This blog will be updated regularly to help you and your brain achieve optimal performance and wellbeing. You’ll learn that achieving optimal brain performance can only happen from the inside out, not the outside in. As the organ of central command, attempts to enhance brain function from the outside, by constraining or nudging it, will be wholly ineffective. Thank you for taking time to consider how to better understand yourself as a brain-driven human being. After all, we’re all in this together.
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