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*THE MOST IMPORTANT MESSAGE OF YOUR LIFE* WHAT YOU SEE IS WHAT YOU BE*

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*THE MOST IMPORTANT MESSAGE OF YOUR LIFE*  WHAT YOU SEE IS WHAT YOU BE* 

WHAT DO YOU CARE? 

WHATEVER YOU CARE ABOUT YOU BRING ABOUT
HOW YOU CARE IS WHAT YOU ATTRACT
WHEN YOU CARE
WHERE YOU CARE
WHY YOU CARE

WHAT DO YOU SEE? 

WHAT YOU SEE IS WHAT YOU BE
HOW YOU SEE IS WHAT YOU BE
WHEN YOU SEE
WHERE YOU SEE
WHY YOU SEE

How to make goals happen
How your brain controls your attention
What is the function of Reticular Activating System
The Power within the brain
How to get what you want

The reticular activating system, or RAC, is a piece of the brain that starts close to the top of the spinal column and extends upwards around two inches. It has a diameter slightly larger than a pencil. All of your senses (except smell, which goes to our brain's emotional center) are wired directly to this bundle of neurons that's about the size of your little finger.

Often, the RAC is compared to a filter or a nightclub bouncer that works for your brain. It makes sure your brain doesn't have to deal with more information than it can handle. Thus, the reticular activating system plays a big role in the sensory information you perceive daily.

Function

While it may be a fairly small part of your brain, the RAS has a very important role: it's the gatekeeper of information that is let into the conscious mind. This little bit of brain matter is responsible for filtering the massive amounts of information your sensory organs are constantly throwing at it and selecting the ones that are most important for your conscious mind to pay attention to. Why do we need this little gatekeeper? Well, your senses are constantly feeding so much information to your brain that you can't possibly pay attention to all of it. The RAS never gets a break!

 

 

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