More NLP in the news. 
It always amazes me how science is catching up with what NLP Cofounder Richard Bandler realized  4 decades ago. Not having the advantage of MRI and other more recent measuring machines it was direct observation at a deeper levels or calibration skills from altered states of consciousness that verified what this article talks about as new revelations.
1.  “Synapses that fire together wire together.” 

This was the first phrase my AI professor told the classroom, and to this day it is still one of the most profound bits of logic I hold onto in order to dictate the decisions of my life. The principle is simple: Throughout your brain there is a collection of synapses separated by empty space called the synaptic cleft. Whenever you have a thought, one synapse shoots a chemical across the cleft to another synapse, thus building a bridge over which an electric signal can cross, carrying along its charge the relevant information you’re thinking about. It’s very similar to how nerves carry electric from the sensation in your toe all the way up to your brain where it’s actually “felt”.
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5.  Stress will kill you. 

You see, the thing about all this negativity, of regretting, of attachment to desires, of pointless complaining about impermanent things that will always continue to pass in an existence where time moves forward—the thing is: it all causes stress. When your brain is firing off these synapses of anger, you’re weakening your immune system; you’re raising your blood pressure, increasing your risk of heart disease, obesity and diabetes, and a plethora of other negative ailments–
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NLP – Neuro Linguistic Programming will teach you all the HOW-To’s to change your thoughts. It’s a lot more than realizing how negative thoughts and negative people have been shaping your behavior it’s quite another to take control of your brain and teach it to have the thought that will make you more adaptable, more positive, and happier so you can live longer, have better relationships – including the one you have with yourself.
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