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1 min readWhat is positive neuroplasticity?

You have the power to bring happiness to your life.

Researches show that the human brain has a bias towards negative thinking. Despite successful occasions, we always find ways to criticize ourselves and our fellow. Rick Hanson says that if we wish to gain more happiness in life, we need to reprogram our brains using positive experiences. This is what he calls as positive neuroplasticity. This is an important article especially at a time when more and more young people are experiencing various mental health concerns [see The World Is Grieving: What It Means For Future Generations].

Implications for AI

The human brain is not a static organ. It changes based on the consciousness of its owner. An astounding fact about the brain is that its owner can deliberately change its structure.

Perhaps this is the reason why materialist neuroscientists continue to fail to discover the exact contribution of the brain’s structure and combinations of neurons to the personality and cognitive capacity of a human being.

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