What we think and do has a dynamic impact on our brain’s health, which impacts our attitude, and ultimately our reality. Most people can agree that the brain functions as a primary receiver, organizer, and distributor of vital information for the body. It is made up of a right hemisphere, where creativity and art skills are housed, and a left hemisphere that houses analytic and reasoning skills. Colloquial wisdom says one side of the brain is usually more dominant than the other.

The most common method for keeping the brain healthy is eating greens, which contain vast amounts of chlorophyll, a direct natural medicine that is essential for a healthy brain.

Another method for improving or maintaining proper brain development is through the practice of yoga. Yoga, although an ancient practice, has grown in popularity in recent years. This practice connects the body and the mind, meaning it brings you to the higher awareness that your body can do anything you desire it to do. In some cases, people have said they’ve been able to fly or levitate for brief periods of time (seconds in most cases).

For this reason, when the phrase “mind, body, and spirit” is mentioned within this context, connecting the spirit simply means transcending the mind to its highest form, which is described as your “God-self” or the divine inner you. Having the mind, or brain, if you will, be the centerpiece between the body and the spirit, arguably it can be said that the mind is the most valuable part of the body. It controls both the physical and spiritual selves.

Have you ever heard the saying “mind over matter”? Mentally, if you tell yourself you can do something, you will yield those results in the physical world, or you will become whatever it is you set your mind to becoming. This is considered the Law of Attraction. This Law of Attraction is essentially a commonsense practice that dictates that we invite into the world what we set out to achieve and what we allow ourselves to desire fully. This practice has been used for thousands of years.

Proverbs 23:7:
“As a man thinketh in his heart, so is he.”

Yoga, in practice, transcends the physical. It taps into the mental state of being. Within meditation, you are consciously bringing your thoughts to happy places, inviting them into happy moments, embracing love, success, or whatever brings you joy.

Positive word affirmations are also a great way to strengthen your brain. The act of speaking aloud with powerful words invites you to reflect self-empowerment and self-love.

Crowned Emperor of Ethiopia, crowned King of All Kings of the world, Haile Selassie I states, “Discipline of the mind is a basic ingredient of genuine morality and therefore of spiritual strength.”

If humanity puts their minds into reviving the natural way of living, restoring unconditional love, and empowering mother nature; a healing on earth would be not just inevitable, but also magical.

As Emperor Haile Selassie also mentions, “It is only when the human mind is guided by religion and morality that man can acquire the necessary vision to put all his ingenious inventions and contrivances to really useful and beneficial purposes.”



By Fabienne Claude