Peter Stephen Shrimpton

How To Be Your True-Self.

Finding your true-self doesn’t happen in a blinding flash of enlightenment, nor is it reserved for the chosen few. The good news is: you can discover your true nature and find your true-self. Anyone can! But you need to know the process to follow to make it happen! 
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In this blogpost, you'll discover exactly what you must do to be your true-self. Make no mistake about it: when you know this specific process, and follow it to the tee, you can and will become the best version of yourself - your true-self. If you'd like the steps of this miraculous process to be revealed to you, keep reading…

Hello there, champion of true wellness...

You’d better hold on tight. The pathway that leads to your true-self is about to be shown to you. Brace yourself!

Firstly, you need to understand that you can’t just 'be your true-self'. It would be a miracle if you woke up one morning and you'd magically transformed into your true-self overnight. Right?          

We must say, we do believe miracles can happen, but they rarely do so. You can’t expect a miracle. You have to "be" the miracle.          

So then, the real question is: how can you "be'" your true-self? This is where your journey of self-discovery gets very exciting. Pay attention now. What we're about to divulge to you can change your life forever. In fact, if you have a crash helmet nearby we’d suggest you strap it on tight right now because what we're about to share with you will blow your mind. We're not kidding! You're about to discover how to consciously and deliberately become the best version of yourself, permanently. Are you ready? 

Use Your Brains.

To be your true-self, you need to know how to activate your three brains. Yes, three brains. Not one, but three. It’s crucial for you to understand how your three brains work together, or you’ll never know how to deliberately change your behaviour. Here's why: Your three brains allow you to go from thinking, to doing, to being. They’re called the neocortex brain (your thinking brain), the limbic brain (your doing brain), and the cerebellum (your being brain). 
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Activate Your 3 Brains:

Each brain is its own individual bio-computer. They each have their own anatomy, chemistry, circuitry and physiology. Plus, they each have their own history, and their own sense of time and space.

1. Neocortex

The neocortex is the outer brain. It looks like a bicycle crash helmet. It’s the newest and most evolved brain. It is highly specialized in human beings and is referred to as the seat of your conscious mind. It gathers information from your five senses and organizes it into learning. Right now, you’re reading this tutorial and your neocortex brain is busy organizing this new knowledge into a learning experience for you. Got it?   

2. Limbic

Your limbic brain. It’s housed inside the neocortex brain. It’s the size of a lemon and is also called the chemical brain, emotional brain or mammalian brain. It regulates internal chemical order. I’ll explain what this means and how it works in a minute. Keep reading… 

3. Cerebellum

Your cerebellum is located at the back of the brain stem. It’s also called the reptilian brain and is the oldest brain in evolution. Most importantly, it’s the seat of your subconscious mind.  

Making Neural Connections:

Now get this: There are about 50 billion neurons in your brain. Each neuron possesses the ability to store information and communicate with other neurons. By learning this fact now, you have just created a synaptic connection in your thinking brain, and your brain has physically changed.

Let us explain: Every time you have a thought it creates an electrical impulse in your brain. There are more electrical impulses in your brain each day than in all the cell phones on Earth. Wow! 

As thoughts shoot from one neuron to the next they leave behind microscopic crystal residue that form connections. We're saying, neural connections are made when thoughts come together. The principle of neuro-science is that nerve cells that fire together, wire together. The best part is, you can choose how your brain fires and wires. Human brains work in the same way, but our 50 billion neurons can be configured differently. 

Learning is simply a neural connection experience.

In fact, learning creates communities of synaptic connections. Through repetition, these connections steadily form neural pathways, which eventually become neural networks. Ideas; concepts; memories; beliefs; experience; skills; behaviors and actions are all neural networks in your brain. As you learn new things, you biologically wire information into your cerebral architecture. You literally upscale your brain hardware.

Our favourite hero in this space is Dr Joe Dispenza. You really need to buy his books and study his ground-breaking work in neuroscience.  He says: 'Your mind is simply your brain in action.'

Changing Your Mind:

So why are we telling you this? Because you have to reconfigure the neural architecture in your brain to become your true-self. You have to create new neural pathways that facilitate you thinking about practicing techniques that connect you to your true-self every day. If you want to change your ways, you must change your thinking. There’s no way around it. 

But, it’s not enough to just think about it. You can read a thousand self-help books and understand every word with your neocortex brain, but your body won’t understand any of it. Not a single word. You may as well be speaking a foreign language to your body. So, how do you get your body to understand what your brain knows?            

Get this: Knowledge is for the mind, but experience is for the body. Let’s take it up a notch: When you begin to understand something intellectually, theoretically or philosophically, and you start to apply what you have learned, you modify your behaviour.

Behaviour modification is simply doing something differently. This gives you a new experience. When you do it repeatedly, your five senses report this new experience to your brain, and the neurons organize themselves into patterns. The moment neurons spring into place, your limbic brain releases a chemical, which is a feeling or an emotion, and it travels to your body. This is very, very important to understand. We're saying knowledge is interpreted by the body through chemical emotions created by your limbic brain. And this requires action – doing!        

You can’t find your true-self by reading a book or listening to a podcast. You must take action. We’ll say it again, you must take action. Repetition is the key here. Your limbic brain is activated through repeated behavior.

Doing, doing, doing! 

Got it?

Through repetition, your cerebellum eventually kicks in. Joe Dispensa explains it so eloquently. He says, ‘When your behaviour matches your intention; when your actions equal your thoughts; when your mind and body work together; you teach your body emotionally what your mind understands intellectually, theoretically or philosophically. This neurological and biological transformation activates the cerebellum and you enter a state of being.’

Do you get it now?  

Take Action to be Your True-Self:

Through repetition, new knowledge eventually becomes automatic behaviour. It becomes a habit.

When you achieve this innate state of mind and body, nothing can shift you from your new ways. No person, no experience, no outside influence – nothing can dissuade you being who you’ve become. Your sustained level of coherence puts you in a state of being.

This, my friend, is how you can – be your true-self. You must neuro-chemically condition your mind to make the right life choices in order to be your true-self. You have to go through the process of changing from thinking – to doing – to being. Wow! 

Is this a game-changer, or what?         

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What Did You Learn?

Blogpost Objective:

The objective of this blogpost is to explain how you can apply the principle of neuroscience to be your true-self. Its purpose is for you to understand how your three brains work, so that you use this knowledge to your advantage, and harness the true power of your natural ability to change your behaviour permanently.  

Call To Action:

If you want to be your true-self, then you must activate your three brains. You’ve got to shift from thinking – to doing – to being. You must continuously learn techniques that connect you to your true-self, and practice them repeatedly until they become your true nature. It is truly incredible what you can achieve when you set your mind to it.  Do the True-Self Challenge and you will find your true-self. Your reward will be true wellness for the rest of your life.  
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