Who Tells The Brain What To Do?

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It is, indeed, intriguing and interesting to know and understand what does your brain want? The answer lies within the question itself.
Probably, we see and read the writing in the wall, yet fail to comprehend its essence within its context.
What transpires and conspires within the person is a point to ponder.
Now, we must approach the subject in an analytical manner rather than becoming sentimental.
We must also avoid peripheral influences affecting individual thinking pattern.
It is equally important and simple yet tricky to extract the realistic concept and without probing its virtuosity.
At the outset, we as human beings want to attain the pen ultimate goal beyond and in this world.
The results will determine the efforts we put in with or without sacrificing our aims and objectives.
We are witnessing the effects of our efforts, which are either achieved or lost, both being objective and subjective.
There are certain actions and acts, which are under our control and follow a predetermined track.
The other factors are beyond our control and follow uncontrolled emotions.
These are governed and guided by our conscious and sub-conscious mind respectively.
It is equally important to know, what is the most desirable objective in life? Is it, the competition or it is the excellence? Every person wants to achieve every possible comfort covering all aspects of life.
However, we fail on many and excel on some counts.
What are the reasons?Well, the answer is very simple; our brain is the same as other human beings of present and yester years.
We fail to tell our brain what we actually want.
Of course, it is an important organ within our body, yet it is we who tell what we want.
It is not necessary to be a neuroscience expert to differentiate between right and wrong moment.
Whenever we visualize, we must seize the correct and appropriate moment in life before it is lost.
An eminent scholar of consciousness Robert Ornstein says, "The mind is the squadron of simpletons.
" What actually, we need to know is the true concept and function of our brain.
It is totally and wholly governed by the person concerned.
It means the choice is with us and there lies the crux of the issue.
It means the achievements, and excellence can compel people to implement and exhibit their desires to be seen and appreciated by others.
The sincerity lies when we look beyond the horizon and get out of the box (the routine thinking pattern).
Those who exhibit their power, wealth and success in a materialistic form will eventually display their limitations.
They are heavily influenced by their emotions.
On the contrary, those who contribute towards well-being of humanity, exercise their control over brain.
They see and adhere to directions and follow it in toto.
Their desires lead to achievements of their aims in shaping the events suitable to every human being.
There are few fundamental rules and regulations within the parameters of directions and emotions.
These are the parameters we must understand comprehensively and unequivocally prior to implementing in our daily life.
In addition, progress should be judged on the importance of subject rather than its interesting aspect.
Consciously, or unconsciously we develop tension of seen and unseen outcome, thus setting negativity.
It leads to chaos and confusion, which otherwise can be avoided.
What we need and practices are simplicity, honesty and upheld human values in our daily life.
The brain effectively controls every other aspect of the human body.
However, it is the person who tells the brain what to do? The brain controls and governs our actions, directions, emotions, desires and all other related issues, yet, it needs initial input from human beings.
These primarily come from our consciousness and sub-consciousness.
Of-course the unconscious state also plays a dominant role within its ambit of receptive signals it generates.
Summing up the arguments and integrating these values lead to a better understanding of the prevailing situation.
The actions, directions, reactions, emotions and focus within the person play a constructive role.
It is, we who should decide what is to follow and in which sequence.
Any random and haphazard attitude will take a diversion from the right approach and directions leading to fiasco and miseries.
If you want to achieve different results, then you must think diversely in a constructive manner.
It is appropriate to quote Walker Percy, a writer, who said, "The tragedy of our modern life is that everything is interesting, but nothing becomes deeply important.
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