At Meo Energetics, we want to empower people with the message
How your brain works is your choice. You can change your brain.
What does it mean to change your brain?
Chronic anxiety, trouble focusing, brain fog, chronic depression and insomnia all occur because brain function is stuck cycling in unhealthy pathways.
Due to a significant discovery in neuroscience, we know it’s possible to build new pathways that solve these challenges. This discovery is called neuroplasticity.
Neuroplasticity means the brain is like a map
If you want to solve your most stubborn symptoms, you must understand the concept of neuroplasticity.
Neuro refers to the neural pathways, which are brain cells communicating with each other. Plastic describes the changeable qualities of the brain.
Neuroplasticity is what happens when neural pathways change. The brain creates new neural pathways when we do focused, repeated thoughts and actions, such playing an instrument, doing yoga, or learning a new language.
Think of the brain as a map that changes as new roads are built. The more times down a road with the same thought or behavior, the more likely we are to go down that same road in the future.
Negative and Positive Neuroplasticity
Neuroplasticity means that we can acquire news skills and adopt healthy habits, because the brain builds efficient pathways for these tasks. Unfortunately, the plastic qualities of the brain also mean our negative physical or emotional patterns become efficient pathways.
Negative neuroplasticity is the phenomena of our brain habitually taking a road we don’t want to go down: anxiety, chronic depression, chronic inflammation, chronic stress, and poor focus.
But how do we stop going down these problematic roads?
We build a new road. We must create positive neuroplasticity that the brain sees as a more advantageous route.
Building healthy neuroplasticity takes effort. Consider the effort required in building a new road: first you plot the trail, then you smooth dips, and finally you pave the road. Only after that work does travel become fast and effortless, like traveling on the freeway.
A lifetime of negative road building is a powerful force resisting change. To remake your brain's map requires focus, intention, and often additional support. Meo Energetics offers you the support needed to make that road construction easier.
How do essential oils promote a healthy brain?
Norman Doidge popularized neuroplasticity in his best-selling book The Brain That Changes Itself. In his most recent book, The Brain's Way of Healing, Doidge “describes natural, noninvasive avenues into the brain provided by the forms of energy around us—light, sound, vibration, movement—that can pass through our senses and our bodies to awaken the plastic brain’s own transformative capacities without surgery or medication and their unpleasant side effects or risks.”
Meo Energetics was inspired by this discovery that energy can heal the brain. Our essential oil blends energetically support specific brain regions.
Our products are clinically-formulated by John Tjenos, an innovative holistic practitioner and nutrition educator. Early on in his practice, he realized that brain care was the missing piece in modern health care.
John has been a practitioner in the healing arts for over 25 years and drew on his background of bodywork, craniosacral therapy, nutritional therapy, kinesiology, Functional Neurology, and various forms of energy medicine to create our blends.
How to build a better brain with Meo Energetics
1. Apply a Brain Oil to specific locations on the head, to support healthy neuroplasticity.
2. After application, engage in activities that strengthen those healthy pathways. For example, read or study after applying Advanced Focus.
3. Repeated use of the oils promotes stronger positive neuroplasticity for physical, mental, and emotional wellbeing.
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