It took time to create the anxiety we got, and now just one thought is enough to send us into anxiety. That’s why we won’t be able to get out of it so quickly because we don’t have neuroplasticity created in our brain.
Some modern magnetic resonance imaging and neuron observation machines can detect neuroplasticity, or the maps of our minds. One show talks about how the brains of taxi drivers in London were scanned and on that occasion it was noticed that part of one of their whorls was enlarged because they had a little more information. When they are told an address, an impulse would flow through that thickened part.
Neuroplasticity is the millions of neurons that created your thoughts and feelings. They automatically lead you back to your old negative beliefs. You created those paths yourself with your experiences, you created a negative belief that became true for you, and now just one thought is enough to enter that state. Now, in the same way that you decide to overcome anxiety, you start creating a new neuro-pathway in your brain. Because the old neuro-pathways in your brain have been used for so long, you have fallen into a state of anxiety, despair and fear many times, they will not go away so easily. If the old neural pathway is one long line, the new one created by exercise will initially be short compared to it. Over time, it will slowly grow, so it will thicken more and more. In order for it to develop, you need to repeat it to yourself many times, to practice in front of the mirror so much that, when you wake up in the middle of the night, you can tell everything you have in your head related to healing. When you practice, you develop a new neuropathway until it becomes as strong as this faulty one. You will fail along the way, but the point is to know that every failure is a sign that you are moving forward. The subconsciousness protests and does not want to fall out of the frame.
I was able to jump in many times, read, study, it’s great for me, now I know everything, I understood everything. But then it put me together so I don’t know where I am. I’m not feeling well, I’m getting worse anxiety and I’m afraid to start again. I didn’t realize it was normal to fail. The more you sink new information deep into the brain, the stronger the new neuropathway will become. The less you notice the old information, the weaker it will become and the less it will scare you.
In this way, anxiety is overcome. The scar will remain forever, but by the time you snap your fingers, you’ll end up feeling good and in a good mood. You will not allow yourself to fall and go back to the old neuro path. The brain works on the principle of “use it or lose it”, and you don’t want to lose it. So work, don’t be lazy. Everyone can work on themselves.
One of the best ways to work on yourself is explained in the seminar the root of your anxiety and the way to freedom.