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The amygdala does not make its decisions from the potential gain we might have in a particular situation. It measures its decisions to prevent probably loss. It does this to protect us, but many of its processes are antiquated, based on the history of our species and not the future. To shift the brain from thinking of what might go wrong, we must train it to consider what might go right and the best way to do this is contemplation.
This week we’re asking that question and I suggest you ask it about everything. What might go right in your recovery? What might go right at your job or in your relationships? After connecting with some new possibilities, your brain will want to visit the question again, naturally.
What might go right in your life today?
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