Your mind naturally and automatically seeks the knowledge and information it deems important. It is programmed to seek data relevant to your survival. Since we no longer live in the jungle, relevant is redefined as what is important to you in the context of our modern society. Adam Crane, in his book Mindfitness Training: Neurofeedback and the Process, discusses the importance of what he calls “consciousness processing.” There is an exponentially increasing body of information on an overwhelming spectrum of topics. Some information is of high quality, while most is not. Some information can be detrimental to your well being, especially when it misleads, misdirects and distracts. In this age of accelerating expansion, you must be very discriminating with the knowledge you seek. You do not have time for “fake news” or distraction. A compelling vision automatically directs your mind toward new insights and profound knowledge that is important to you and your ultimate success.
The Brain Seeks Knowledge and Information
Dr. Steven Cangiano began his college career with aspirations to become a high school teacher. These aspirations took a turn when he decided to follow in his father’s footsteps and go into the field of podiatric surgery. He completed his medical school training at Temple University and his surgical residency at the NY College of Podiatric Medicine where he was chief resident. He continued his academic career and fulfilled his early teaching aspirations by becoming an assistant professor of surgery at the age of 27. He was board certified in foot and ankle surgery at the age of 28. As residency director of the Franciscan Health System of NJ, Dr. Cangiano grew the program into the largest in NJ. Dr. Cangiano published multiple articles in medical journals and spent a total of thirteen years in academic medicine before venturing off into the world of complementary medicine.