The effect of the words unspoken ...
* Interview with Dr. Mario Alonso Puig. surgeon
I have 48 years. I was born and live in Madrid. I'm married and I have three children. I am Surgeon General and digestive system at the Hospital de Madrid.
We must exercise and develop the flexibility and tolerance. It can be very firm and polite behavior with people. I am Catholic.
I have just published a leading Wood (Empresa Activa).
So far they said the enlightened, meditators and scholars, now science says:
It is our thoughts that have largely created and are constantly creating our world.
"Today we know that self confidence, enthusiasm and excitement have the ability to promote higher brain functions. The prefrontal area of the brain, where it should place the most advanced thinking, which makes up our future, where we value alternatives and strategies to solve problems and make decisions, is tremendously influenced by the limbic system, which is our emotional brain. So what the heart wants to feel, the mind will just show". You have to train that mind.
"More than 25 years practicing as a surgeon. Bottom line?
"I can attest that a person excited, committed and confident in itself can go far beyond what one would expect for his career.
"Yes, it is the science that studies the connection between thoughts, words, attitudes and human physiology. A connection that challenges the traditional paradigm. The thought and word are a vital form of energy that has the ability (and has been shown in a sustainable manner) to interact with the body and physical changes occur very deep.
- What is it?
"He has shown in several studies that one minute in an entertaining negative thinking makes the immune system in a delicate situation for six hours. The distress, the sense of permanent burden, produces some surprising changes in the functioning of the brain and hormonal constellation .
- What kind of changes?
"He has the ability to damage neurons in the memory and learning are located in the hippocampus. And it affects our intellectual capacity because it leaves no blood supply to those areas of the brain most needed to make sound decisions.
- Do we have resources to fight the enemy within, or thing that is wise?
"A valuable resource against the concern is bring attention to abdominal breathing, Which itself has the ability to produce changes in the brain. Favors the secretion of hormones such as serotonin and endorphins and improves tuning of brain rhythms between the two hemispheres.
- Change the mind through the body?
"Yes. You must remove the focus of those thoughts that we are changing, causing discouragement, anger, or concern, and make our decisions depart from an inadequate view. It's smarter, not more reasonablybring focus to your breath, Which has the ability to calm our mental state.
- You say that there must be reasonable?
"I always find reasons to justify our bad mood, stress or sadness, and that is a particular line of thought. But when we rely on how we live, ie, no sadness, another line.More important are the what and why to the how. What the heart wants to feel, the mind has just shown.
"When our brain gives meaning to something, we live as the absolute reality, without being aware that only one interpretation of reality.
"More resources ...
"The word is a form of vital energy. It has been photographed with positron emission tomography decided how people talk to themselves in a more positive, specifically persons with psychiatric disorders, managed to physically reshape their brain structure, specifically the circuits that generate these diseases.
- Can we change our brain with good words?
"Santiago Ramón y Cajal, Nobel prize for medicine in 1906, said something extremely powerful that once thought it was metaphorical. Now we know that is literal: "Every human being, if he proposes can be sculptor of his own brain."
- Sure you do not exaggerate?
-No. Depending on how we talk to ourselves shape our emotions, which change our perceptions. The transformation of the observer (us) alters the process observed.Do not see the world is that we see the world.
- We talk about philosophy or science?
"Words alone activated amygdaloid nuclei. You can activate, for example, the nuclei of fear that transform hormones and mental processes. Scientists at Harvard have shown that when the person is able to reduce the cacophony inside and enter the silence, migraines and coronary pain can be reduced by 80%.
- What is the effect of words unspoken?
"We often confuse our views with the truth, and that is transmitted:
The perception goes beyond reason. According to studies by Albert Merhabian, University of California (UCLA), 93% of the impact of a communication is below consciousness.
- Why are we so hard to change?
"Fear keeps us from leaving the comfort zone, we tend to the security of the known, and that attitude prevents us from realizing. To grow you must leave the area.
"Most of the acts of our lives are governed by the unconscious.
"We react according to some automation that we have incorporated. We believe that spontaneity is a value, but first there must be spontaneity preparation, if there is not only automation. I am increasingly convinced of the power of the mind training.
"Give me a clue.
Change-trained habits of thought and integrity to honor his own word. When we say "I do this" and we do not physically alter the brain. The greatest potential is consciousness.
"To see what is and accept it.
"If we accept ourselves for who we are and what we are, we can change.What you resist persists. Acceptance is the core of the transformation.
"LET THE CHANGE WE WANT TO SEE IN THE WORLD"