Q. - Why do you think that people should use 100% of their brain, when various men and women down through the years have stated that it is normal for people to only use 10% or 20% of their brain?
A. - Well, because using 100% of your brain is the more natural state if you want to be happy, healthy and prosperous in the world. Ask yourself - If you were born with 10 fingers, were you only meant to use 1 or 2 fingers all your life? YouŐd be pretty stressed out if you did. The same thing goes with your brain. If you were born with a complete brain, you were meant to use your complete 100% brain, not just 10% or 20% of it. Otherwise you will be as equally stressed out throughout your life just like if you were using only 1 or 2 fingers. Besides, do you think that Homo sapiens could have evolved such a large brain unless there was a demand for such a large brain by the species? The whole idea of evolution is that a species only evolves what it needs to adequately survive, right? If you donŐt believe in evolution and instead believe that God created man, do you think that God would have given man such a large brain, but only want him to use a small fraction of it? Not likely, is it?
Q. - Why is it that we donŐt use our complete, 100% brain?
A. - For the same reason, we donŐt exercise for 15 minutes a day to keep in good physical shape - apathy. We have learned through our social structure to only do what we think we have to do in order to survive. If we can get by with less effort, people will usually use less effort. The strange thing about using less effort is that your life only gets tougher, not easier, but people simply donŐt realize it. They have accepted the fallacy that using 10% or 20% of their brain is normal. Actually, primitive native populations use more of their brains than civilized city populations.
Q. - Why do you think that primitive native populations use more of their brain?
A. - Australian aborigines are a good example. They live in a harsh and sparse environment by city standards and yet they know how to find food, shelter and have a modicum of social interchange to be happy. They are in harmony with their surroundings. City dwellers could not begin to survive as they do. But of course, city dwellers can read and write and they have many technological wonders that the aborigines do not have. But how has that helped them to be happy and coexist with their fellow man, and how does that make them superior in brain usage? If the city dwellers could explain and demonstrate how each of their technological wonders work or operate, I would say yes, they might be using their brains equally as well, but unfortunately, they usually only know how to turn their contrivances on and off. An aborigine, on the other hand, can tell you when it will rain, what animal passed by a certain location by the scent and track signs that are evident, and also by the configuration of the land - they can tell you where to dig to find water. City dwellers would starve in the same conditions that aborigines thrive.
Q. - How can we tell what brain percentage a person is using?
A. - The human brain is NOT like a test tube, where we can measure the percentage of fullness or the exact percentage of usage. But through the problems a person has, we can see what brain areas over time have been neglected in a personŐs life and need to be stimulated. In other words, if a person senses begin to diminish, we know the corresponding brain area needs more exercise to get any particular sense back to its optimal level. If a personŐs memory begins to fail or his reasoning ability is skewed or his emotional discipline is off, we know the corresponding brain areas need exercise to get them also back into shape. Unfortunately, people are not accustomed to working on their problem areas when they have them. It simply doesnŐt dawn on them. They simply accept their problems without thinking they could or should improve their condition, and hence therein lies the dilemma of human functioning - once deterioration begins to reveal itself, there is little effort to reverse the process. Of course, whatever the percentage of usage, we know that most people suffer great brain degeneration in their latter years due to lack of use or misuse in some way. Wild mammals donŐt have this brain degeneration, only man. Wild mammals use all of their brain tissue, because evolution has created each species with exactly the gray matter it needs to survive and function correctly. Human beings also have all the brain tissue they need to survive with comfort, health and prosperity, but therein lies the problem - they only use a fraction of their brain, so they see their world from the perspective of discomfort, ill health and lack of prosperity.
Q. - Are you saying that if a person used more of his brain, he would see the world in a better light?
A. - Well, if we agree that everything that we do in life has a corresponding area in the brain that governs what we do, say, think or feel, then the little used areas of the brain are where problems develop. For instance, if you do not use one of your senses with acuity or neglect it in some way, the corresponding brain area governing that sense will begin to atrophy or slough away brain cells due to the lack of use. It has been estimated that 100,000 brain cells atrophy or slough away every day of our lives due to this obvious lack of use. Naturally the brain cells that are being used on a regular basis will not atrophy, only the ones not being used. We see this in our older population, where problems often occur with their sight, their hearing, their sense of smell, touch and taste. The brain is not unlike a muscle of your body, in that you have to use it or you begin losing functioning parts of it. Of course, you can also abuse your brain with chemicals and lose brain cells too, which is another way brain areas atrophy or slough away.
Short term memory is also another area that begins to shut down due to lack of use. Emotional discipline may also get harder as you fail to practice it throughout your life, and you will find childish displays of anger, fear and even lust in older adults that have not exercised the cortical areas of the brain governing the higher emotions of unconditional love, compassion, courage and happiness. Creative thinking gets tougher too unless you have daily problems to solve in a creative way. When we talk about stress being bad, we rarely think about what we are saying. If your arm is in a cast and not stressed, the muscles begin to atrophy. When the cast is taken off, you have to stress and exercise the arm to build the muscles back up. The brain is quite similar. When you take the ŇcastÓ off your brain and accept the stress of new problems, it too will grow in response to the stress placed upon it! Without this stress, how can your brain grow any better than a muscle in a cast that is also not stressed? The problem is that people using very little of their brain tissue suffer the most from stressful difficulties in life. If they would just increase the usage of their brain, they would have fewer difficulties in life.
Q. - Is there a relationship between using more of your brain and having better health?
A. - What I find so interesting is that most people donŐt realize that good health is mainly dependent upon their state of mind. One of the first axioms that a pre-med student learns in medical school is that 40% of all the patients that he will see in the future will only suffer psychosomatic ailments. Now these psychosomatic ailments feel just as real to the patients as actual maladies, but they have been totally created by their own mind. Whatever your mind can create, your mind can take away. The placebo effect is a good example of how sugar pills can heal people when they believe they are medicine. Even cancer and other serious diseases can go into a state of remission when there is a change in the personŐs attitude about life. How is this possible? Our brain is a remarkable organ and it was given to us to keep us happy and functioning well. Of course, when we only use a fraction of it throughout our lifetimes, we often donŐt realize its greatest potential of keeping us healthy.
Q. - Can you give us an example of how to increase the usage of your brain?
A. - Just stop coddling yourself! Press the envelope and try harder in everything that you do. Instead of complaining or having someone else do things for you, do as much as possible yourself and figure things out for yourself! In fact, let me enumerate some drills you can do to increase your brain usage. 1) Get used to your body in new ways. Switch your handedness and comb your hair, brush your teeth, stir your coffee or do other simple tasks with your non-dominant hand. Close your eyes and "sense" your way slowly around a room. Get truly conscious of the sounds and smells in the space around you. Also, use your feet to pick up things, flush the toilet or close a door. Read a page in a book held vertically and then upside down! 2) Where normally you would criticize someone, find something to compliment them on instead! Suspend your judgment about that person as well, and view him (her) as simply another human being with different viewpoints than your own. 3) Look in your refrigerator briefly, but thoroughly. Then close the door and enumerate the items contained therein. Do the same with a room of your house, a store front window or a detailed picture on the wall. 4) For 5 minutes every day, put yourself in another person's shoes and view things from another person's perspective for a change and see how it feels. Suspend your judgment about that person as well. Pretend you're an actor and taking on the part of that person in exact demeanor and manner. Feel how it feels!! 5) Whenever you catch yourself worrying, doubting or looking down on yourself, think instead of what you most want out of life in complete detail, and affirm to yourself the achievement of same. Replay this positive inner movie whenever negative thoughts intrude during your day. 6) At the end of every daily hour, review what happened to you during the previous 60 minutes. This is good practice for getting more mindful throughout your day, and should only take seconds to do. At day's end, mentally review all the events that happened to you throughout the day up to your present point. Memory gaps about your day's events reveal unconscious moments. 7) To develop flexibility and adaptability to change in your life, do something different every day. Shop at a different store. Take a different route home. Bake a pie or a loaf of bread. Involve yourself in a new game or sport, like roller skating, bowling, karate or sky diving. Introduce yourself to a new neighbor. Sameness every day is a death knell to your brain. For more complete usage of your brain, diverse stimulation is the key. It also gets you unstuck from habits and ruts that are bringing you unfavorable results.
Q. - Are you suggesting that it is simply a matter of increased brain usage that separates a successfully operating person from an unsuccessfully operating person in life?
A. - Well, naturally there are genetic factors, environmental factors, educational factors, cultural factors and other variables that contribute to shaping a personŐs operating behavior, but doesnŐt it still boil down to how well a person uses his brain in the midst of all these factors that separates one personŐs operating system from another personŐs operating system to make a person happy?
Q. - Can you explain why you think the higher emotions of unconditional love, compassion, happiness and courage are governed by the upper cortical regions of the brain?
A. - Can you think of anything that you do, say, think or feel that would not activate some area in the brain? Through the brain experiments in the 60Ős, scientists stimulated with neurological sensors the corresponding brain areas governing lust, fear, anger and pleasure in the limbic system. Even though they discovered the centers for these simple basic emotions in the brain, they could never find the brain centers for the higher emotions of unconditional love, compassion, happiness and courage in the brain. When CAT scans, MRIŐs and EEG readings became more popular in brain research, they began to understand that the higher emotions involved a wider arrangement of brain cells in the cerebral cortex and were not simply relegated to a small area in the limbic system of the brain. But we are still infants in our understanding of all the intricacies of the brainŐs operation and how it corresponds to what we do in life, so maybe the research of the next 100 years will clarify precisely how these higher emotions are generated from the brain.
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