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Brain In Love-Proof How Thoughts Kill You and Your Love Life

What if you received scientific proof that your thoughts can kill you and your love life?
What if you could learn how to see and hear thoughts that harm you? 

What if you could change your thinking to get all the love, health and happiness you deserve?

See how to turn these “what ifs” into your new reality as you read highlights my radio conversation for A Lasting Love with Dr. Sean Sullivan

Dr. Sean is a Harvard-educated psychologist in private practice in San Francisco. He also guides Mind Master Journeys world wide.

Hadley: Dr. Sean, you’re an expert in cutting-edge brain research, which proves that we can change our thinking to improve our health and love life. Some people may be skeptical. So before we explain how to get proven health benefits of a brain in love, I want to mention a groundbreaking book, The Biology Of Belief, by Bruce H. Lipton, Ph.D.

His research reveals that we are not victims of our family genes, because our genes and DNA do not control our biology. Instead our DNA is controlled by outside signals, including energetic messages emanating from our positive and negative thinking. I know you’re on this wavelength, Dr. Sean.

Dr. Sean: That’s right. I’m familiar with Dr. Lipton’s work, and it’s fascinating.

Hadley: It changed the way scientists understood how we process information. I’d like you to share scientific proof that our thoughts actually change our brain physically with consequences we can measure. This is astonishing and empowering information for people to understand.

Dr. Sean: Yes. That really is true, as difficult as it is for some people to believe. In laymen terms, it is obvious that your brain changes based on what you’re thinking about. There are a lot of studies to prove it, studies that have demonstrated what happens when you think certain thoughts.

One study is about imagining. They studied taxi drivers in London, as they imagined their way around the city. The MRIs of their brain showed that, depending on the amount of time they had driven, the areas of their brain associated with navigation grew.

If you (imagined) you were driving a longer time, that area of the brain became bigger. In a shorter time, it had just begun to change.

That’s a great example of what happens inside your brain when you’re imagining. What you’re thinking about is what I call your inner dialogue that goes on 24/7 in your brain.

Sometimes you’re aware of it, sometimes you’re not. I help people become aware of what’s going on in your inner dialogue in every moment.

Hadley: I also help people do that, because we all have an inner critic that can steal your joy and ruin your life, unless you send it on a permanent vacation.

Let’s help people, who are stuck in a rut of negative self chatter. How do you learn how to see and hear your own thoughts as the first step before you are able to change them and create the life you love?

Get the answers in our next highlights of the Brain In Love episode of A Lasting Love. Or listen to the whole episode now by clicking here.

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