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Ongoing Practices

Congratulations! If you’ve made it this far, you’ve committed to living a happier healthier life. You are ready now to begin experiencing advanced brain function and the continued improvement of your overall health and well-being. Make sure you appreciate your willingness and your effort. In the end, it will be your success.

In Phase One, you learned to track your experiences of life and recognize the different states of consciousness. Then, in Phase Two, you learned how to break the pattern of bouncing back and forth between fight-or-flight and rest-and-digest to experience the more natural human state of thriving. You’re now going to have the opportunity to use the knowledge you’ve gained to design an ongoing practice that will continue to shrink your Amygdala, reducing the reactive behavior at its source.

To use the following Ongoing Practices Journal, you’ll follow some consistent, basic steps to do your practices. There are detailed instructions within the logs to make them easy to follow. If you still have questions or anything is not clear, please check our online resources or send us a message. We will do everything we can to help you with your process.

I recommend setting a schedule for when you will do your practices. Some days you won’t feel motivated to do the work. However, if you have a committed time set, you are more likely to continue. Remember, don’t just use this information to combat triggers. No matter what state you’re in when you sit, do your practice, even on your best days. This will build an ever-improving baseline.

Before you begin your ongoing practices, you’ll have one more exercise to do. I’ve included some State of Consciousness / Exercise Charts directly following this page, for easy use with your Ongoing Practices. They include detailed instructions on how to maintain a successful practice.

I recommend setting a schedule for when you will do your practices. Some days you won’t feel motivated to do the work. However, if you have a committed time set, you are more likely to continue. Remember, don’t just use this information to combat triggers. No matter what state you’re in when you sit, do your practice, even on your best days. This will build an ever-improving baseline.

Before you begin your ongoing practices, you’ll have one more exercise to do. I’ve included some State of Consciousness / Exercise Charts in the course materials, for easy use with your Ongoing Practices. They include detailed instructions on how to maintain a successful practice.

As you become adept at Phase Three Practices, I recommend moving on to our FREE Phase Two Course: Introduction to Meditation – Become More Centered. It will take you from beginning to advanced meditation practices in just a few short weeks. You can also visit our online store for classes, videos, and online resources, or check out our Articles & Videos page for free Brain Hacks and Meditations, to help you master your practices. Good luck and remember to enjoy the journey.

I’ve included some Ongoing Practices Journal pages in course materials for you to continue your Practices. If you prefer an actual journal, Ongoing Practices Journals are also available on Amazon.

Finally, if you want to share this practice with friend or family that may not have a computer, my book is also available on Amazon.

Please remember to always enjoy the journey.

<3 – Linda

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