Neurogenesis and systemic life improvement
Posted by xsplat on October 2, 2013
There are some real gem comments left on this blog. Here’s one that Dave just left:
“A positive feedback loop of hobbies that just build off each other’s happiness. Let us examine the process in completing a blood clot and compare it to
When a tissue is damaged it sends out factors (internal and external). The external immediately forms the tissue thromboplastin which combines with the internal’s cascade of clotting factors. TOGETHER, they activate a dormant Inactive Factor X into Active Factor; this leads to turning Prothrombin into Thrombin which leads to Fibrinogen turning into Fibrin and thus the entire process makes a clot.
Now let’s try to analogize this to real life (based on what I just read on this blog)
You were sick and agitated not a while ago.
Your subconscious knew that you desired health and happiness (internal) and externally the once hot live-in girl looked bleak (external). Soon ACTION was taken in being active and mobile (boxing) which increased the testosterone and blood circulation inside yourself.. This new found vigor also happened to SILENCE previous thoughts of depression and REPLACE them with the feeling of going to war, and now the embodiment was even further embodied through (chi kung practices). While on the hunt… a passive lethargic demeanor slowly shifted gears into a “Masculine Frame” as posted…And all this time the girl’s intuition and sixth sense felt this knew joie de vivre grow and grow inside you and it underwent a domino effect to boost both moods and the moods of any humans you contacted with.. Another side effect of exercise is the release of BDNF (Brain derived neurotropic factor) which TRIGGERED CURIOSITY. and Wa-la what was just a big lousy instrument all of a sudden became a lovely medium to channel that energetic creativity. And then out came some fine ballads and melodies.
NO. F*cking. Wonder. the men in Europe of the past with no electricity and none of our modern marvels (AC, internet) were probably happy as fukk getting a classic education and doing piano and probably undergoing some kind of laborious blacksmith/guild apprenticeship.
Society. Has. Lied. Big time.
Everything is tied together and its so fukking beautiful. A successful salesman, a successful “romantically dominant” man, and a happy human being would have an OVERFLOW of text if they were to be cross-bred in a Venn diagram
Not even a few months ago you were down in the dumps and it showed in your writing. Now I feel the fresh rejuvenating sentinments of a spring dew exuding from the text.
One of the PuA forums discussed something like this to be an “abundance spiral.” And I think AVD touched base on this the other time.
BTW guys since the subject is Neurogenesis, let me briefly add some channels of thought you may or may not know about.
Lion’s mane Mushroom
Mathematics (specifically spatial dimension calculus) and visualization
Language Learning and Music
all have fantastic effects
In the book “How to think like Da Vinci” he discusses the merits of “UNITING DREAM AND DAY” more specifically the right and left hemispheres of the brain. While the music and the melodies and the sex and the feeling stimulate the right hemisphere the logical and business and systematic calculations are growing the right.
An insatiably curious approach to life and an unrelenting quest for continuous learning. Leonardo’s notebooks demonstrate his curiosità. Journaling in the 21st century is promoted by the Center for Journal Therapy.
A commitment to test knowledge through, experience, persistence, and a willingness to learn from mistakes. One famous mistake from Leonardo’s life was his helicopter.
The continual refinement of the senses, especially sight, as the means to enliven experience. The book Drawing on Right Side of the Brain can help a person develop his or her sensazione.
Literally meaning “Going up in Smoke”; A willingness to embrace ambiguity, paradox, and uncertainty. Ambiguity and uncertainty are hallmarks of Leonardo’s legendary painting of the Mona Lisa. The concept of polarity managment is considered a modern-day application of sfumato.
The development of the balance between science and art, logic and imagination; also known as “whole-brain” thinking. Research in mind mapping, including the Split Brain Experiments, have helped humanity increase its knowledge of the human brain.
The cultivation of grace, ambidexterity, fitness, and poise. Leonardo’s sublime work of the Vitruvian Man captures the concept of corporalita. One modern-day application of corporalita is known as the Alexander Technique.
A recognition of and appreciation for the interconnectedness of all things and phenomena; also known as systems thinking. The concepts of connessione also are applied in what is with a framework known as organizational learning.”
I see the concepts of 6 of the 7 BLATANTLY manifesting themselves within this blog right now.”