Apr 19, 2021
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The Benefits Of Reading
By Jo Watt
Reading is such an important tool to support and exercise our brain.
What we feed our mind is super important. The truth is our unconscious mind loves stories, and when we have relaxed the critical faculty which acts as the gatekeeper between the unconscious and conscious mind, we are easily programmed. When we watch the tv, listen to music, read books that aren't directly about us, we easily absorb information unconsciously. My suggestion when reading, is to fill your mind with books that speak to your soul and interest you.
Reading can help us to:
Increases our wisdom & knowledge
Expands our vocabulary
Improves our memory, focus & concentration
Provides entertainment & exercise.
By reading daily, we are able to open ourselves up to others perspectives, ideas and perceptions and this helps us broaden our horizons and to see things from another point of view.
By reading 10 minutes per day from something someone else has written, you create new connections in your mind and this creates new neural pathways and encourages neuroplasticity. Essentially you are giving your mind a workout.
These days there are millions of books, Kindle, audiobooks, Ted Talks and videos on YouTube at your fingertips.
Dive into topics that interest you, make you feel good and inspire you. The more you learn about something you are passionate about, the more you create a bigger database in your mind and develop more knowledge on the topic.
Personally I love to read or listen to:
Astrology & Human Design
The Secret by Rhonda Byrnes
Shamanism & Earth Medicine Books
Self Development/Healing Books
NLP & Mindset Topics
Essential Oils & Natural Medicine/Therapies
Authentic, Raw, Vulnerable Writing & Real Life Stories
What are your favourite books to read or topics to learn about? Feel free to share your books you love to read and listen to.
Watt Unifies Me does not diagnose, prescribe and treat medical conditions and this blog is sharing information for educational purposes only. Always seek medical advice from a trained and licensed medical professional