For centuries, the landscape of our world has changed slowly and gradually. It has moved at a speed that allowed our human body, mind, and soul ample time to dance, play, and adapt to it. However, our changing world has accelerated far beyond what it was before, often leaving us feeling as though we must race after it in order to keep up. The concept of Adaptive Theory presents a novel solution to this modern, high-velocity problem. Instead of racing against the stimuli, Adaptive Theory posits a viable means to help people slow down, become more aware, amplify intuition, and change any perceptions that are misaligned with their environment. In Meta-Brain: Reprogramming the Unconscious for Self-Directed Living, author Alexandrea Day reveals the critical path to adapting effectively to our world. With the understanding that our unconscious mind is the lens through which all events in our lives are witnessed, she presents tools that show the listener exactly how to take back control of their most sacred power as human beings.
Alexandrea Day, behavioral science clinician, neuroscience innovator, and tech futurist, Alexandrea has pioneered initiatives that advance societal health and human achievement. Earned insights and unique interpretations of both the aspirations and unmet needs of the human condition and how it connects with the world became the motivational force to create a scalable breakthrough in behavioral analysis and treatment methodology.
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