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Why change is difficult

'Nobody made a greater mistake than he who did nothing because he could do only a little.'
'A great man is he who has not lost the heart of a child.'

Why change is difficult

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“Most people spend a great deal of their day unconsciously feeling and thinking from past memories. They do this because they have hardwired those experiences by repeatedly thinking of them and by associating many other experiences with them. […]
It makes sense that if most people maintain the same environment for long periods of their lives (where nothing new is happening or there is no change), the repeated stimuli will therefore produce the reactivation of associative neural networks, which will become more developed, strengthened, and refined. As a consequence of that lack of novelty in their environments and experiences, they have become hardwired to their own worlds. No wonder change is so difficult.” — Dr. Joe Dispenza from Evolve Your Brain – The Science of Changing Your Mind
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'Nobody made a greater mistake than he who did nothing because he could do only a little.'
'A great man is he who has not lost the heart of a child.'
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