Personal Transformation and Esteem in the Brain

Personal Transformation and Esteem in the Brain

Our brain sections off into many areas, which some of these areas are responsible for helping us to build self-esteem and make personal transformations. The peripheral anatomy of the brain gives us the ability to learn, use common sense, wits, understanding, reason and more. At the top of the brain and on the right side is the parieto-occipital sulcus. This side of the brain provides us with sensations.

We must focus on this area of the brain while exploring the mind to make personal changes. Because we have sensations from this area, it produces our feelings that are affected by our environment, people, and so on. Our feelings once triggered affect our mood and ultimately drives us to our character, as we know it and spins out our quality. People can notice the sensations that produce feelings by recognizing changes in our character traits, tone, and so on.

When we sit down to discover ways to make transitional changes, it is important that we connect with and recognize our sensations that produce feelings. By recognizing these sensations, we can make better judgment by assessing the problem at all angles instead of one-side. Your sensations can guide you to positive change, but you must learn to recognize what affects these feelings.

We experience sensations from our atmosphere and the changes that take place around us each day. For instance, you may feel overwhelmed in one area of the world, yet move to a quieter environment that makes you feel safe. Your attitude will change. Your environment plays a large part in how these sensations respond. People also affect this area of the brain. For instance, when someone is friendly, we respond in one way, but if that person is arrogant, we respond in another way. People change the way we feel.

The tone of someone’s voice can cause various sensations that produce unregulated feelings. For instance, if someone is undermining or belittling you, you would respond with anger to that person’s attitude. On the other hand, if that person is sincere and kind then your attitude will work in harmony with that person by expressing kind feelings in return. That is unless you are someone that is outright arrogant and has a negative outlook on life. Then the mind is often cluttered with junk, which makes it difficult for that person to decipher what you are saying. Your words become distorted.

What this means is that we need to un-clutter the mind. The mind needs room to feel natural sensations that promote healthy feelings. Some of the ways that we can change our mind’s patterns or way of thinking is by centering in on the subconscious mind. We can deduce that if the left side of the brain’s postcentral gyrus is responsible for our behavior and emotions- it is the area of the brain that the subconscious and unconscious mind may circulate producing activities.

For this reason, to un-clutter the mind it is logical to think that we must center in on this area of the brain while practicing subliminal learning and meditation. By centering in on this area of the brain, it is possible to research hidden messages that could direct us to making personal changes that boost our self-esteem.

We have other areas of the brain to consider however. Since, some areas of the brain provide us with basic movement, skilled movements, visual recognition, and so on, we must also center in on the child, parent, nourishing, rebellious, critical, and other sides of the brain to decide if our subconscious and unconscious mind is near the postcentral gyrus at the left side of the brain. Only then can we effectively probe right away into the subliminal mind to find answers.