Use your brain’s instinctive programming function to create a healthier, happier way of living.
Your flexible brain
Neuroscientists describe the brain as “plastic” because it is shaped by our experiences rather than being hardwired with fixed ways of working.
Repeatedly doing an activity will eventually change the structure of your brain so you can do the activity on autopilot.
The brain can’t tell the difference between our imagined experiences and our real experiences.
This means that we can visualise the experiences to shape our brain to work in the way that we want.
Learning to drive
When you first learn to drive, you’re nervous and frightened. Your foot shakes above the pedals, each movement feels clunky and unnatural. After repeated practice, you master it and driving becomes an activity you do on autopilot.
Neurons fire messages to each other (via an electrical charge) across the gap connecting them.
Repeated experiences, thoughts or emotions trigger the same particular network of neurons in the brain. Repeating the activity will eventually change the structure of your brain so you can perform the activity on autopilot.
For example, playing a musical instrument, riding a bike.
We perform our daily activities – like brushing our teeth or tying our shoelaces – on autopilot to free up the space in our brains for more unfamiliar activities.
Our emotions work the same way: repeated experiences which create the same emotion connect the particular network of neurons in the brain.
Eventually, our brains develop an expectation that you will feel this way when you do the activity and automatically release the relevant emotion.
This programming function of the brain doesn’t judge what is “good” or “bad” so we can establish unhelpful or even harmful patterns of behaviour or emotions which feel essential to our lives. Eventually, we start to do these activities or feel these emotions on autopilot.
For example: craving something sweet after every meal; scrolling social media on our phones; feeling excessively anxious about a night out; feeling fearful about the dentist.
It’s hard to change something we do on autopilot because it means establishing a new network of neural connections in our brains when it feels safer to stick to do things the way we’ve always done them (even when it might be harmful to us).
The Neuro Fix
Repair, Reset, Reprogram
The Neuro Fix will repair, reset and reprogram your brain using hypnosis powered up by your own personal visualisations.
This will make it easier to stop doing the things you want to stop and start doing the things you want to start.
You will create your own personal visualisations – called mental Mind Movies – which you will play repeatedly by listening to your download every day for two weeks. This will prime your brain – effectively reprogramming it – so that doing the activity in your visualisation is much easier to do in reality.
You will lay down a mental blue print for your brain and body to follow. And because this mental blueprint is your own creation, your listening experience will be tailored to what motivates you, super charging the powerful results.
You will create long term positive changes to your behaviour and thought patterns.