Wednesday, August 8, 2012

How To Enrich Your Intelligence

There is a very important thing you’ve got to know. Life becomes filled with high quality after abstract concepts are formed about certain things (love, pleasure, satisfaction, etc).

The truth is that abstract concepts and decision-making are recorded in the frontal cortex of the human brain (Badre et al., 2009).

This area controls decision-making along a continuum from abstract to concrete, from front to back.
Without mastering abstract concepts (ex, “love”, “sexuality”, “social intelligence”, essence of “envy” and “competition”) your thoughts and behavior are chaotic and painful!

Scientific research states that seeking for pleasure, better life, rich environments and satisfaction is the main natural condition of improving spices (Prescott, 1975; Carter, 1998; Bartels & Zeki, 2004; Esch & Stefano, 2004; Salamon et al., 2005).

Mastering concepts enriches your intelligence.

Intelligence itself is the source of the state of pleasure, calmness, satisfaction and wellness because in colored circles you will insert your own concepts of wellness, love & sexuality

Find more in my book “How to Create Love

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  1. Badre, D., Hoffman, J., Cooney, J.W., & D'Esposito, M. Hierarchical cognitive control deficits following damage to the human frontal lobe. Nature Neuroscience, 2009; DOI: 10.1038/nn.2277
  2. Bartels A, Zeki S. The neural correlates of maternal and romantic love. Neuroimage 2004; 21:1155–66.
  3. Carter CS. Neuroendocrine perspectives on social attachment and love. Psychoneuroendocrinology 1998; 23:779–818.
  4. Esch T, Stefano GB. The neurobiology of pleasure, reward processes, addiction and their health implications. Neuro endocrinology Letters 2004; 25:235–51.
  5. Prescott, J.W., Body Pleasure and the Origins of Violence. "The Bulletin of The Atomic Scientists", November 1975, pp. 10-20.
  6. Salamon E, Esch T, Stefano GB. The role of the amygdala in mediating sexual and emotional behavior via coupled nitric oxide release. Acta Pharmacologica Sinica 2005; 26:389–95.

Natalia Levis-Fox

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