When Jill Bolte Taylor, a brain scientist, experienced a massive stroke in the left hemisphere of her brain, she experienced (in her own words) “a state of euphoria, a sense of complete well-being and peace.”
Without the use of her left brain, she was unable to walk, talk, read, write or remember anything. She was able to recover fully in 8 years, and to her this stroke was a blessing and revelation about how much of experience in the world is based on interpretation, memory and brain chatter that sequences time and space with a past and a future.
When she temporarily lost the use of her left brain, she was completely present. There was no past and future.
In today’s video, I talk about how to experience this state of euphoria and peace without having a stroke.
I describe the signs and symptoms of what some people call “monkey mind” or “reptile brain”.
In this video, I ask a few simple questions to help you get unstuck and move forward.
The first step in transformation is “to notice what you are noticing” so you can decide if you want to make a change and do things differently.
Watch the video above for the full message.
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Question: What are some of the ways that you play small and helpless? What are your distractions? How do you shift to joy and euphoria? You can leave a comment by clicking here.
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