Learn To Cool Your Jets Through Integration of Your Brain
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Integration

Learn To Cool Your Jets Through Integration of Your Brain

The best, and simplest way to achieve peace of mind or improve your relationships is to focus on integrating the different components of your brain and your personal connections. In your brain, you create links between the different areas through intentional focus on different aspects of your sensory and mental experience.

In your relationships you create integration through honoring differences and promoting compassionate connections between you and others. This is also done through intentional focus.

Improving your intentional focus is best done through a practice of focusing intentionally. Just like the best way to get better at push ups is to do push ups.

Building intentional focus begins by recognizing that there is a “you” who can focus. That “you” part of you is located in the prefrontal cortex of your brain, behind your eyeballs.

Linking the prefrontal cortex with other parts of your brain though mindfulness practices builds the integration of your brain and improves your mental health.

Interestingly, the improvement of linkages between different parts of your brain will improve your relationships. It will also improve your overall sense of comfort with yourself and your ability to handle the ups and downs that life throws at you.

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