StoryOS is creating neurogenesis or self-directed brain growth
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StoryOS is a process of self-coaching built from neuroscience and mindfulness that creates neurogenesis or self-directed brain growth. So you work both psychologically and physiologically with the thinking process, the software or mindware and the hardware or wetware of the physical brain structure.

It's a process of conscious evolution.

And when you get good enough as a self-coach you not only get great results for yourself but you also get really good at coaching other people.

If you can't coach yourself to get results how could you be successful with someone else?

This is for the few people who choose to be successful and are prepared to do the work to get there even if you have difficulty believing it's possible. That's the point, you need to change your story

This is not for you if you’re not going to do that work to be successful. Because most people aren’t successful. Most people aren’t living the life they want. Most people aren’t in the relationship they want. Most people aren’t eating the food and doing the exercise to make themselves healthy they’re doing the opposite.

They’re sabotaging themselves. Their story is how they don’t get what they want. This is where they are stuck.

20 years ago I used to use hypnosis and NLP. I trained with the best people in the world. Including apprenticing myself for over 10 years to someone who is a true master of those technologies.

Today I use neuroscience and mindfulness.

As a teenager in the late 1970’s and early 1980’s I spent a lot of time skipping school to learn meditation and mindfulness before anyone really knew what that was. I was desperate I stuttered so badly I literally couldn’t communicate with anyone let alone talk to a beautiful girl.

As a child of 8 to 11 years old I spent a lot of time with disabled children who had to deal with an immense amount of adversity. This wasn’t due to my good nature, my Mum worked for the guy who ran the charity that helped disabled children so I got drafted to help. Then when I go to my new school as a teenager I’m around all these normal children who are massively unhappy even though they don’t have any problems, comparatively. I didn’t understand why they were suffering when they didn’t need to. So when I found Buddhism I had the start of some answers.

I always had access to a lot of books. From the second-hand sales I used to help out at to raise money for the charity my Mom worked for to the four libraries I lived in between and often in when I should have been at school.

Because I couldn’t communicate with other people I lived inside books and found a world of possibilities.

And I found answers that the people around me weren’t telling me. There were secrets my martial arts teachers weren’t telling me. There were secrets my meditation teachers weren’t telling me.

Back then the Buddhist books were in the part of the bookshop categorised as: “Mind Science”.
This also contained all the psychology books so I grew up thinking there was a connection between psychology and Buddhism. I never saw it as a religion. Spirituality was always a science where you could work with your mind just like psychology did.

And most bookshops had a small esoteric section of the truly strange books right next to: “Mind Science” so I got really early that there was esoteric (hidden) stuff available to those who went looking.

My version of Cowboys vs Indians as a child was Samurai vs Ninja and I discovered that the Ninja wasn’t their stereotype of bad guy they had a whole history, tradition and culture as well as martial arts.

As a teenager, I got to Chogyam Trungpa’s books. He was the head of Buddhist school and did the whole escape from Tibet thing the same as the Dalai Lama. But he got declared insane and had to escape from England where he’d built a monastery because his spiritual revelation was that he could teach the full depth of the dharma when the other monks didn’t want him to.

So I got the world looks one way to most people who just look at the surface and don’t look any deeper. But looking deeper was where the interesting stuff was.

40 years later and I run training courses and speak to groups of people who want to find meaning in their lives. This is about the relationship you have with yourself.

Your future is a story about relationship.

You live in anxiety and depression or you choose to create that future.

This is a relationship with yourself and how you think about who you are and what you can do.

It’s a relationship with others.

How you successfully interact with others is the cause of the success or failure of your intimate relationships and your business and professional relationships.

It’s a relationship with the world.

It’s difficult to be healthy in an unhealthy world. And your health affects how you feel about yourself and how others feel about you because healthy people are more attractive.

This is about meaning or the story you tell yourself about your life.

Without this awareness, it’s easy to get stuck in your life and live the story that gets imposed on you.

We hold our story in an embodied way. But being embodied means you can feel the aliveness or energy of your body. Joseph Campbell the renowned mythologist spoke of the energy of our organs as the origin of our mythology or deep story.

“The imagination is grounded in the energy of the organs of the body, and these are the same in all human beings. Since imagination comes out of one biological ground, it is bound to produce certain themes. Dreams are dreams. There are certain characteristics of dreams that can be enumerated, no matter who is dreaming them.” Joseph Campbell in The Power of Myth.

So it’s our ability to think or imagine and how well we do this in the stories we tell ourselves that cause our success or failure.

Life can feel meaningless unless you build a future that is meaningful. This is how you sabotage yourself by not intentionally creating the story of you in the future that you believe is possible.

But belief built from reality not fantasy. And being able to separate the fake from the real is the skill that makes this possible because there is a war for your mind. It's you versus a $1.299 trillion global marketing machine. But you can win. Let me show you how.
StoryOS is a process of self-coaching built from neuroscience and mindfulness that creates neurogenesis or self-directed brain growth. So you work both psychologically and physiologically with the thinking process, the software or mindware and the hardware or wetware of the physical brain structure.

It's a process of conscious evolution.

And when you get good enough as a self-coach you not only get great results for yourself but you also get really good at coaching other people.

If you can't coach yourself to get results how could you be successful with someone else?

This is for the few people who choose to be successful and are prepared to do the work to get there even if you have difficulty believing it's possible. That's the point, you need to change your story

This is not for you if you’re not going to do that work to be successful. Because most people aren’t successful. Most people aren’t living the life they want. Most people aren’t in the relationship they want. Most people aren’t eating the food and doing the exercise to make themselves healthy they’re doing the opposite.

They’re sabotaging themselves. Their story is how they don’t get what they want. This is where they are stuck.

20 years ago I used to use hypnosis and NLP. I trained with the best people in the world. Including apprenticing myself for over 10 years to someone who is a true master of those technologies.

Today I use neuroscience and mindfulness.

As a teenager in the late 1970’s and early 1980’s I spent a lot of time skipping school to learn meditation and mindfulness before anyone really knew what that was. I was desperate I stuttered so badly I literally couldn’t communicate with anyone let alone talk to a beautiful girl.

As a child of 8 to 11 years old I spent a lot of time with disabled children who had to deal with an immense amount of adversity. This wasn’t due to my good nature, my Mum worked for the guy who ran the charity that helped disabled children so I got drafted to help. Then when I go to my new school as a teenager I’m around all these normal children who are massively unhappy even though they don’t have any problems, comparatively. I didn’t understand why they were suffering when they didn’t need to. So when I found Buddhism I had the start of some answers.

I always had access to a lot of books. From the second-hand sales I used to help out at to raise money for the charity my Mom worked for to the four libraries I lived in between and often in when I should have been at school.

Because I couldn’t communicate with other people I lived inside books and found a world of possibilities.

And I found answers that the people around me weren’t telling me. There were secrets my martial arts teachers weren’t telling me. There were secrets my meditation teachers weren’t telling me.

Back then the Buddhist books were in the part of the bookshop categorised as: “Mind Science”.
This also contained all the psychology books so I grew up thinking there was a connection between psychology and Buddhism. I never saw it as a religion. Spirituality was always a science where you could work with your mind just like psychology did.

And most bookshops had a small esoteric section of the truly strange books right next to: “Mind Science” so I got really early that there was esoteric (hidden) stuff available to those who went looking.

My version of Cowboys vs Indians as a child was Samurai vs Ninja and I discovered that the Ninja wasn’t their stereotype of bad guy they had a whole history, tradition and culture as well as martial arts.

As a teenager, I got to Chogyam Trungpa’s books. He was the head of Buddhist school and did the whole escape from Tibet thing the same as the Dalai Lama. But he got declared insane and had to escape from England where he’d built a monastery because his spiritual revelation was that he could teach the full depth of the dharma when the other monks didn’t want him to.

So I got the world looks one way to most people who just look at the surface and don’t look any deeper. But looking deeper was where the interesting stuff was.

40 years later and I run training courses and speak to groups of people who want to find meaning in their lives. This is about the relationship you have with yourself.

Your future is a story about relationship.

You live in anxiety and depression or you choose to create that future.

This is a relationship with yourself and how you think about who you are and what you can do.

It’s a relationship with others.

How you successfully interact with others is the cause of the success or failure of your intimate relationships and your business and professional relationships.

It’s a relationship with the world.

It’s difficult to be healthy in an unhealthy world. And your health affects how you feel about yourself and how others feel about you because healthy people are more attractive.

This is about meaning or the story you tell yourself about your life.

Without this awareness, it’s easy to get stuck in your life and live the story that gets imposed on you.

We hold our story in an embodied way. But being embodied means you can feel the aliveness or energy of your body. Joseph Campbell the renowned mythologist spoke of the energy of our organs as the origin of our mythology or deep story.

“The imagination is grounded in the energy of the organs of the body, and these are the same in all human beings. Since imagination comes out of one biological ground, it is bound to produce certain themes. Dreams are dreams. There are certain characteristics of dreams that can be enumerated, no matter who is dreaming them.” Joseph Campbell in The Power of Myth.

So it’s our ability to think or imagine and how well we do this in the stories we tell ourselves that cause our success or failure.

Life can feel meaningless unless you build a future that is meaningful. This is how you sabotage yourself by not intentionally creating the story of you in the future that you believe is possible.

But belief built from reality not fantasy. And being able to separate the fake from the real is the skill that makes this possible because there is a war for your mind. It's you versus a $1.299 trillion global marketing machine. But you can win. Let me show you how.

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