The trick is tickling your amydgala. The amygdala is a dual cluster of nerve cells directly underneath the frontal lobes of the brain. If you imagine. I first met Neil Slade back in the late 90s. He literally blew our minds at viewzone with his amazing story of how the function and control of the amygdala — a pair. 9 Nov Back in or I received an email from Neil Slade. He wanted to interview me for a book he was writing called Tickle Your Amygdala.

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Anyway, as I continued my walk, I suddenly felt myself arrested by the mysterious ambience of the creek with its trees and its sleeping animals, as well as the ones who scurry about at night. It’s a great way to take a second vacation.

This book is just a post-it note reminder about something your parents and your first grade teacher probably never told you about way back in grade school when you were busy gawking at pictures of Tyrannosaurus Rex.

There was a cultish aspect to meditation that eventually got to me. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Later on I was feeling the stress of work and I stopped, remembered the smell of the cinnamon bun and — viola! You are at amygdlaa licking that big ice cream cone in the sky.

My only job was to recognize them. That’s quite a handy thing. The original conversations far exceeded one-hundred hours total, all spent in glial-ful conversation, with the most relevant portions presented here for your own frontal lobes pleasure. Tickling your amygdala means to observe and directly stimulate your brain’s master Reward-Pleasure circuit. It was simply that flip, that amydgala little flip of the amygdala. The results of amygdala tickling are progressive and accumulative over time.


Interview with Neil Slade: Tickle your amygdala

That means that when you perceive a positive situation, the amygdala responds with reward and pleasurable emotions to automatically attract you towards things that you know are good for you — faster than you can see, “Gimme a big fat kiss! It was just a complete change of outlook. The great cosmic joke is that the amygdala and what it does has been a non-secret since amygdala started appearing in the brains of mammals over 65 million years ago.

A mouse with a little brain cannot tickle its own amygdala. You no longer have to tolerate every moment as if you are bored amygdlaa of your skull, as if you are doomed to clean out your cat box for eternity.

Tickling The Amygdala

There are no discussion topics on this book yet. That feeling persisted for a good six or eight months I guess.

If you prefer, use a pair of feathers and do both sides at the same time. Skip to content Back in or I received an email from Neil Slade. We know how that turns out. And as I stood there, my amygdala twanging like a banjo string, I suddenly felt my frontal lobes pop, tikcle I was instantly opened up to a whole new world of perception.

Tickle your amygdala!

What could be better? The results were demonstrated and recorded using functional MRI brain scanning machines and have been repeated many times by others in similar laboratory experiments. I was identified as an early Indigo myself several years ago.

Kei Mak marked it as to-read May 19, Heather Fugger marked it as to-read Nov 20, In one short session, he made the anger and hollowness that was plaguing me disappear. I’m learning as I go. After college I went back to Senegal for a while and did some independent study as a zookeeper, which ticle totally random, but life changing.


The trees were outlined in their own auras, a shimmer of deep pink I heard called a lightskin in my mind In doing so, the picture that the amygdala compass reacts to additionally engaged with your frontal lobes aygdala a bigger picture with a more global perspective. amygadla

Did you ever wonder why some things make you feel good and why other things make you feel bad? It’s waiting yickle you right between your ears. You are a complex living organism. Jim at al, I’ve found my original bookmark at http: I rarely use the feather imagery anymore.

I had my doubts and thought it was a bit crazy, but I tried it.

It tells you via emotional feedback how to know exactly what is bad for you and also what is good for tickld. Posted by davelambert on February 3, – 7: Well, it’s a self-diagnosis – but it explained so many things to me about myself. Partner Family Planet Team Power for sustained long term survival.

Mahogany Kowitch marked it as to-read Mar 02, The amygdala is a hub for forming, retrieving, and processing emotions. The amygdala and what it does has been a non-secret since amygdala started appearing in the brains of mammals over 65 million years ago.

The frontal lobes can learn not only from your past, but from the history of others and they can project into the future.