A Peanut Inside Our Brain

Jill Bolte Taylor is a neurologist. One day she had a stroke and was able to observe herself almost dying and all that was happening in her brain.  In this great TED video she explains how that experience led her to refuse to have anger be part of her life anymore.

She shares how she is allowing herself to have 30 minutes every morning to deal with her frustration and anger  and then she shuts the anger for the rest of the day.

Jill Bolte Taylor explains that the neurons that are responsible for our bad mood are no bigger than the size of a peanut.  Do we really want to let a peanut waste our lives ? mmmmh ?


Love and Respect,


Christine Lewicki

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