Flávio Rodrigues Vieira en Lifestyle, beBee in English, Healthcare Analista de negócios / Business Analyst • Mainland 3 3/10/2016 · 2 min de lectura · +900

Practice kindness - BENEFIT AND MODIFY OUR BRAIN!

Practice kindness - BENEFIT AND MODIFY OUR BRAIN!


No act of kindness, however small, will be a waste of time. These gestures full of affection and recognition lies the true wisdom that benefits our brain and connect with others in a dignified and honest.

It may seem curious, but Charles Darwin was already talking about his studies on the importance of kindness in humans. According to him, this would be our strongest instinct and valuable and would allow not only the survival of mankind as a species, but of all living beings. However, we do not practice goodness as often as we should.

Do not give up, sow goodness in each of its acts. Maybe others do not realize it, but your mind will always be in tune with your heart.

Kindness has a very specific space in the brain: it shares the same neural mechanisms that empathy. While a identifies the needs, the other reflects this feeling in a spontaneous and profound act to promote and offer help and welfare.


Practice kindness - BENEFIT AND MODIFY OUR BRAIN!


This unique mechanism in our brain has a very specific purpose: to make us understand that we are much stronger connected to each other than themselves. An interesting aspect that today we want to deepen with you.


We are programmed to "practice kindness"


" Goodness is the only investment that never fails. "
Henry David Thoreau

Jerome Kagan, a Harvard professor of psychology, supports the idea that our brain is programmed to practice kindness. It would be a biological gradient, as Charles Darwin said, where love, compassion and care have a very specific purpose: to allow the survival of the species.

Our brain is "factory" with this program installed, we are naturally kind. But we have other biological trends that are also important and have, unfortunately, a greater weight in our behavior: anger, jealousy, and violence.

Daniel Goleman reminds us that one of the most intense emotions for our brain is compassion. All the limbic system reverberates multiple connections when we practice. hormones are released as oxytocin, and suddenly we are flooded with positive emotions such as empathy, reciprocity, or the express desire to promote the well, which in further ennobled as a species.


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