We know that our health and wellness are connected to our thoughts, which in turn create the experiences we have. Unfortunately, we also know that people are hard-wired to default, particularly in challenging times, to negative emotions such as fear, anger, disgust, and sadness. We do this because in some ways negative emotions keep us safe.
Although that may be true, it’s not the whole truth. Negative emotions keep us safe, but don’t keep us healthy. Many people in 2022 are experiencing tremendous anxiety and fear in the uncertainty of challenging times. For health and wellness reasons, we need to intentionally direct our 86 billion nerve cells toward more joy.
Click HERE and experience 30 seconds of joy as dopamine floods your brain. Make sure you have the sound up loud.
If you’d like 30 more seconds of dopamine in your brain, watch it again and dance along with her.
Our health, brain wiring, and energy are directly impacted by what we think about or focus on. As human beings, we value innocence. Witnessing or experiencing innocence gives us joy. Innocence awakens our spirit to a deep value of beauty, goodness, and delight. These positive feelings override the darkness and negativity created by the challenges we face.
Seek out moments of joy and innocence this week. Maybe you can do that each day by looking at the picture below or another picture of your choosing.
From our Top 20 team…Kevin Brennan, Willow Sweeney, and Tom Cody…who dance like nobody’s watching…when nobody’s watching.
Paul Bernabei, Director
Top 20 Training