TAKE CHARGE OF YOUR OWN LIFE

Your life is your own. It is a gift from God or Heaven. What you do with this gift is up to you. It is your choice.
Now you want to change your life: to live a richer, more interesting, more successful life. This is entirely up to you. You need not wait for someone else […]

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Motivational Quotes

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Sleep system

We need proper sleep patterns to assist us with our memory formations and cognitive functions. Sleep deprivation results in fatigue (no surprise there), irritability, decreased attention span, slower response time, memory gaps, and impaired judgment.. ┬áBlood pressure has its own circadian rhythm, decreasing while you sleep and rising when you awaken. Those people with higher […]

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Memory – Information processing

We are going to present various strategies to process information and learn something new. Be aware that by practicing these techniques in a learning situation, you are exercising many regions of the brain. You might feel rusty in the beginning, but remember that as you practice, the activity shifts into other areas of the brain, […]

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Memory – formation system

The memory – formation system is made up of the hippocampus, the limbic thalamus, and the basal forebrain. Information is obtained through the senses, passed through the memory-formation system, and transferred to permanent storage in the outer layers of the cortex. For information that you need on a temporary basis, nerve cells adjust existing proteins […]

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Memory – Learning styles

Some people prefer to listen to new information and are called auditory learners, whereas others prefer to see the new information and are described as visual learners. If you listen primarily to words on the radio, on television, and in conversation, the sections of your brain that are activated (hearing words) become stronger, just as […]

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Memory storage systems

You are bombarded with information every waking moment. Once selected, some information passes from immediate memory – that is, what you can sense – into short-term or holding memory. Finally, a small amount of the original information makes it to permanent long-term memory. The final move to long-term memory is what we call learning.

Capturing […]

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Memory

Although scientists do not fully understand how the memory works, there are many theories about how brain stores information. One of the most well known theories is based on the idea that the brain uses sensory, short-term and long-term memory to store information.
Sensory memory:
Sensory memory works by absorbing each piece of stimuli you encounter. The […]

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Belief Systems

Our belief system is based upon the accumulation of verbal and non verbal suggestions that have been gathered throughout our life experience. Through patterns of repetition, we learn to create our own perception of reality. In elementary school, we repeated over and over that 2 x 2 = 4, 3 x 6 = 18, 5 […]

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Mind programming

Mind programming means that if we can put information in a person’s subconscious mind, then we can alter that person’s behavior. The main difficulty is the conscious mind, which does not let us put information in the subconscious mind.
To understand mind programming, let us consider how the conscious mind and the subconscious mind work. The […]

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