Understanding How Your Brain Works To Beat Bad Habits

Habits. Bad habits keep being mentioned as one of your number one challenges.

Stuff you do that you don’t like doing.

You know you’re doing them - you just don’t know how to stop.

Frustrating, isn't it?

Let me help a little.

Understand this about your brain:

You have a brain centre that is all about ease and short term reward.

You also have a centre that is in control of short term sacrifice for long term reward.

Now - I’m sure you realise all habits have momentum.

It takes time and persistent effort to overcome, to change.

You need the right motivation too - knowing why you’re doing something.

Now - The number one killer of all changing habits is stress and tiredness.

It’s a vicious cycle.

The more tired you are, the more likely you are to be stressed, which leads to more and more exhaustion.

When you get tired it’s easier to think with the short term “gimme gimme” brain.

The blood flow actually moves away from the long term brain.

(It shrinks in size too if you stay exhausted).

Instead of staying with the plan which will involve a sacrifice  - you give in and eat, drink, sit on the couch and do nothing, stay up way late flicking through Netflix or Facebook …

Your plan falls apart, you’ve failed again.

Less and less motivation because “nothing works”.


Guess what helps not only making you less stressed and less tired -

(and you probably aren’t aware of how tired you actually are)

But also activate the long term brain more and more?


Science that is ^^^

Any habit change plan should be based on meditation.

It gives you the foundation to make any change way easier.

With a smile on your face even.

Head here and let me help you: https://arjunaishaya.leadpages.co/sane-fb/

Go well! Arjuna



Last chance to let me know what your biggest challenges are in terms of your levels of calm, focus and happiness …

As well as getting what you want from life …

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