According to researchers, the vast majority – a whopping 75-98 percent – of the illnesses that plague us today are a direct result of our ‘thought life‘.  Research shows that as much as 87% to 95% of mental illness are a direct result of toxic thinking – proof that our thoughts affect us all physically, mentally and emotionally.

“When you direct your mind, you change your brain and change your life.”

As Neuroscientist Dr. Caroline Leaf most eloquently explains, ‘we are wired for love not fear’ so when we choose fear over love this causes a chemical imbalance in our brain because we only have ‘love chemicals’ to release.  The fear response therefore, causes many more of these love chemicals to flood the body, of which it can’t dispose of quickly enough, therefore fear or derivatives of fear, can cause our mental health to suffer with cascading emotional and physical effects.

‘Learn to love everything around you and feel the benefits’

Dr. Leaf explains the ‘Science of Epigenetics’ as basically being the ability to think and choose, which we all do every minute of our lives, whether this choice is for our own good or detriment.  We all have the ability to think, feel and choose, to make decisions, to choose either positive over negative and when we choose our chosen path the brain starts to build new branches.

“Moment by moment, day by day, we are redesigning the brain.”

To put things in context, your mind is what your brain does, we are all equipped to make good choices and also to rewire the brain to get rid of negative behaviours and thoughts.

‘Choosing love over fear as a modus operandi for your life is a way to live your life that will literally change everything for you.  It is all about calmness, inner peace, and the tapping into the ‘universal wisdom’ that is located within each and every one of us, allowing it to guide you on your journey of life’.




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