Neuroplasticity?

Neuroplasticity?

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Science has shown we actually can thanks to a phenomenon called experience-dependent neuroplasticity. “It’s a fancy term to say the brain learns from our experiences,” says Rick Hanson, neuropsychologist and author of the book Hardwiring Happiness. “As we understand better and better how this brain works, it gives us more power to change our mind for the better.”



Hanson assures he isn’t just talking new-age mumbo jumbo. “This is not just ‘smell the roses,'” he says. “I am talking about positive neuroplasticity. I am talking about learning. … The brain is changing based on what flows through it.”



Understanding how our brains function can help us better control them. Here are some key takeaways from Hanson on how our brains work when it comes to wiring for happiness:

There’s a lot more in terms of real uses for neuroplasticity — not the least of which is decent treatment for addiction.

But, simple happiness is certainly a worthy use as well…

And, really our definition of happiness needs a rewrite anyway — a couple thousand year reversion actually…

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