Potential Project | 20:57
Welcome to this mental strategy of being nonjudging.
Today, we are going to look at the power of having a mind that is free, that is economists towards the world is perceiving, we're going to look at not being bound by attraction to certain things, and rejection towards others.
So the mind the judgmental mind, which is the mind that we all have with us, is the basic scheme of the brain. This brain or this mind is perceiving around 11 million bits per second, subconsciously. And on a conscious level, we're perceiving around seven bits that are conscious. So that could be raining weather or could be sunshine, it could be colors on the wall, it could be people speaking to you.
And out of all these seven, we have basically two basic reactions. One is that we are attracted to it. That could be like a chocolate cake, could be the sun that was shining, it could be the boss that is praising you for a job well done.
Or we have rejections for certain things like the rain, like being scolded, like food not being as pleasant as we wished for or like not getting the chocolate cake that we were hoping for.
So the reality behind attraction and rejection to anything is basically determined by two very basic neurotransmitters in the brain. One is called dopamine, the other one is called serotonin.
Now, dopamine is what is called a reward, hormone, or reward drug. When we get dopamine released in our brain, we experience a sense of relaxation, of pleasure of temporarily happiness, dopamine is released in the brain, every time we experience something that we like to experience, like the sun is shining, the boss is praising us, or we get a piece of chocolate cake.