Gerald Epling – Author of Brain Basics.
Life can be stressful, exciting, and peaceful – rarely all at once. Gerald Epling, Ph.D. provides ways to shift from one level of consciousness to another within a grounded framework.
The mind is an amazing faculty, standing ready to help you solve the puzzles of life. Your ability to let go of disruptive influences, and focus on whatever you choose is a skill that can be developed. This ability is enhanced once you see how the mind works. Neuroscience, cognitive science, and psychological science helps lay out the methods of the mind. The way you see in the world changes in your favor; as you discover how the mind and brain work together.
How do you feel? Answers to this question vary with time of day, and what you are doing. How you feel at any given moment is closely linked to what you are experiencing. How you feel is tied to what you think, and what you see in the world around you. In order to grow; we all need effective ways to explore consciousness, health, and wellness. Dr. Gerald Epling shows:
- How to engage memories that you want to have.
- How to disrupt negative thought.
- How to make life more enjoyable and less perplexing.
Drawing on a background in cognitive science, neuroscience, and psychology, Gerald Epling designs methods to shift consciousness from one state to another. By example, shifting energy away from a disruptive pattern into a pattern that allows a less restricted flow of sensation, perception, and consideration.
Behind the writings and presentations on consciousness are the personal, first-hand research, and exploration of the science of the mind.
Dr. Epling earned his Ph.D. from the University of Texas at Dallas for work in the field of Cognition and Neuroscience. His background includes a Master of Science in Applied Cognition and Neuroscience, and a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science.
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