Neuroplasticity is the capacity of nerve cells to biologically adapt to circumstances, to change their connections and behavior in response to new information, sensory stimulation, development, damage, or dysfunction. Mindsight, a skill we can all develop to break free from mental patterns that get in the way of living our lives to the fullest. Epigenetics explains how early experiences can have lifelong impacts. The genes children inherit from their biological parents provide information that guides their development. For example, how tall they could eventually become or the kind of temperament they could have.
A practical definition of the mind— cellular memory is a theory that the body’s cells retain memories independently from the brain. Note: Categorically distilled from a dozen scientific fields; their is a triangle system of well-being—includes how to promote a healthy memories of The PONS, RAS, & THYMUS which promotes a healthy flow between your mind, brain, and relationships of the heart such as in a specific way of Autonomy= Resilience, Attention and Adaptability!
The spirit forms your thoughts, where the mind comes your character and beliefs, Tricia Cook: Learn More HERE