“It’s not what you look at that matters, it’s what you see.”
-Henry David Thoreau
Can you rewire your brain so that positive thoughts remain on top and negativity remains in the background?
For the last year and a half or so, I’ve heard a lot about and been fascinated by the subject of DNRS or Dynamic Neural Retraining System. Essentially, it’s been described as a program that helps you restructure your cognitive skills to help you focus more on the good than the bad.
I’ve hearing about DNRS off and on for a while now. But what recently piqued my interest was when a friend of mine, who, like me, has clinical depression, was telling me how much it helped her.
That’s when I started researching about it. In my next two articles, I hope to cover everything I possibly can about the subject including:
- What exactly is DNRS?
- How does it work?
- How costly is it?
- What’s the general feedback from the majority of people who have taken an interest in it?
- And much more.
In the meantime, please leave your thoughts and comments in our secure servers below. Have you heard of DNRS? Do you believe it’s possible for is to re-train our brains to change our perceptions about situations? Why or why not?
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