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Is There Evidence That You Can Evolve Your Own Mind? New Book Release: “Evolve the Mind”

Evolution changed the primeval human by evolving the brain, giving the human creativity, perspective and analytical skills. The brain is the most complex organ in the human body by far, made up of a complex network of billions of nerve cells. With this complexity in the brain, created throughout the evolution of man, why do we still struggle to master our own mind, to take control and to have influence over our own emotions? New book release "Evolve the Mind" - the 7 rules for mind evolution.


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“Evolve The Mind” by Chris Delaney
“Evolve The Mind” by Chris Delaney

Evolution changed the primeval human by evolving the brain, giving the human creativity, perspective and analytical skills.  The brain is the most complex organ in the human body by far, made up of a complex network of billions of nerve cells. With this complexity in the brain, created throughout the evolution of man, why do we still struggle to master our own mind, to take control and to have influence over our own emotions?

According to the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), approximately 10% of people in the United States suffer from phobias. How can an evolved mind still create a phobia to a non threatening stimulus? Author Chris Delaney explains how the mind has evolved to help you make quick decisions and to react instantly to immediate danger. But the way the mind has evolved to help you make better choices, has a negative side effect, it also makes poor choices.

A YouGov survey recently stated that public speaking is among the top ten most common phobias. Chris explains how many of us go through the same life changing experiences. In a recent speech he discussed how a client he was working with, Sara, had created a life long fear from a childhood experience;  Sara who had always got highly anxious even at the thought of public speaking, job interviews and anytime she was the centre of attention had come to Chris in the hope of a life saving session.

Her fear had all stemmed from a negative school experience.  When at school Sara got asked to stand in front of the class and to read out loud shakespeare’s romeo and juliet. Being dyslexic she really struggled to read and pronounce the words, stuttering she felt highly embarrassed as her classmates laughed at her poor performance. She looked pleadingly at the teacher to sit down, to be put out of her misery, but the teacher replied sternly demanding that Sara to carried on reading, even though it was clear that this experience was having a negative effect on her.

Chris, in his book “Evolve The Mind,” explains how many of us have a negative experiences like this one, which can evolve into a phobia or fear. The mind when in a new situation looks for a frame of reference. When Sara was offered her first job interview (where she would have to speak to strangers), her mind made a connection; job interview equals public speaking, public speaking equals anxiety, she now, without knowing why, felt anxious about a task, the job interview, that she had never undertaken before.

Evolve The Mind,” a new book by author Chris Delaney answers the common asked questions:

  • Why do you procrastinate when others take action?
  • Why is a phobic scared of a spider or any other seemingly innocuous stimuli?
  • Why does an individual with a desire to be healthier, possess an uncontrollable habit to overeat?

You can evolve your mind to boost your confidence, increase your self-esteem, destroy limiting phobias, fears and anxieties.

Do you want to uncover the 7 rules to evolve your mind, to take control, to change your life?

His latest book “Evolve The Mind - The 7 Rules For Mind Evolution” can be accessed on the book’s release date: 1st December, 2016 at https://christopher-delaney.com/ or through visiting Amazon https://www.amazon.co.uk/Evolve-Mind-Rules-Evolution/dp/1537683284/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF8  

Christopher Delaney is an NLP Life Coach and Hypnotherapist. As a published author he is often asked to deliver seminars and talks on overcoming fears, anxieties and phobias.

 

 

 


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