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How To Spot and Experience the Good Things in Our Lives

Neuroplasticity will train the brain to look for good things in our lives

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The human brain’s negativity bias is rooted in our evolutionary history. The brain favours survival over flourishing. It kicks off a fight-or-flight mode of thinking when faced with what it perceives as a danger to our safety.




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Retired banker living in India. Avid reader. I write to learn, inform and inspire. Believe in ethical living and sustainable development.

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