Morning PhilosophersNotes! Today we’ll be studying Thresholds of the Mind by Bill Harris.
Thresholds of the Mind by Bill Harris
“The human brain has the quality of plasticity or malleability throughout life-if it receives the kind of stimulation that allows it to grow and adapt.”
~ Bill Harris from Thresholds of the Mind
And some words from Brian: “Ah, neural plasticity!! Don’t you just love the fact (yes, it’s a fact) that we can literally re-wire our brains?
It makes me giddy to think about the power we have to shape our minds, to raise the “thresholds of our minds.” We do that and we’ll more effectively meet life’s challenges and live with more consistent joy, creativity, peace and all that good stuff.
Bill Harris, the author of Thresholds of the Mind, is the creator of “Holosync”—which happens to be my absolute favorite self-development tool at the moment. In this Note, we’re gonna take a quick look at some of the many Big Ideas from his great book (it’s PACKED with Ideas that hit the cutting floor as I squeezed a handful of my favorites into these brief six pages! :), including an exploration of what’s up with meditation, how Holosync can get you meditating like a zen monk in minutes, why you should care about that, and a bunch of other Big Ideas for our “roadmap to success, happiness, and contentment.”
Let’s jump right in. :)”
And as always, what’s your BIGGEST Aha! moment from this Note and how are you going to implement the wisdom from today into your life? Drop a comment and let the discussions roll!And twitter users, don’t forget the #50days
Also, because lots of people are joining in on the Challenge a few days late and in case you miss a day or two, check out this page » We’ve listed every Note that will be discussed (on which day) along with links to the discussion posts.Can’t wait to get the discussion going on today’s Note.