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Proactive neuroplasticity not only dramatically moderates the symptoms of neuroses but is fundamentally applicable to the pursuit of personal goals and objectives —harnessing our intrinsic aptitude for extraordinary living.

Proactive neuroplasticity accelerates learning by deliberately compelling our brain to repattern its neural circuitry. It is what makes learning and registering new experiences possible. All information notifies our brain to restructure, producing a correlated change in behavior and perspective.

The deliberate, repetitive, neural input of information (DRNI) accelerates and consolidates learning, empowering us to transform our thoughts, behaviors, and perspectives, creating healthy new mindsets, skills, and abilities.

We hold monthly online calls focusing on the science of proactive neuroplasticity while learning how to construct our neural information and devise a structured plan to successfully pursue our goals and objectives.

We are a national, diverse membership created for the purpose of expanding the learning horizons of proactive neuroplasticity and DRNI. To that end, we hold monthly online calls, offer workshops, and facilitate a website dedicated to empowerment and the pursuit of goals and objectives through neural restricting and behavioral modification.

(ReChanneling: Recovery and Empowerment is supported, pro bono, by ReChanneling.org.)

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Failing to Plan is Planning to Fail

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Author Brian Tracy writes, “A clear vision, backed by definite plans, gives you a tremendous feeling of confidence and personal power.” A structured plan prepares us for any complications that might arise in a feared situation.

A Feared Situation is an occasion that generates anxiety or stress and impacts our emotional well-being. Examples include restaurants, the classroom, job interviews, speaking in front of a group, and socializing with strangers.

Consider the social event. What if we say something stupid, someone ignores us, or we start to shake and sweat profusely? There are nine steps we can take before the situation to moderate our fears and anxieties, and 13 coping skills that help us relax when we get there.

They say that 90% of success is just showing up, but we know there is much more at stake. Together we will briefly cover the coping skills that reduce stress during the of feared-situation.

SOCIAL ANXIETY DISORDER WORKSHOP: 1/26 - 3/30. Register

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