Unconditional. Based in the true story of a metanoia

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The brain is a malleable, transformable and improved body. We must escape the routine to provide new stimuli to the brain so that it faces different challenges to develop those aspects that may be more dormant. Neuroplasticity is learning new, complex, difficult tasks because that is what forces us to exercise mental muscles.
Martha was not born just to sit down and see her life passing in front of her eyes as watching a movie and she goes through a journey of changing her own mind, concepts, heart, self and ways of life.
She lives in the South of Spain during the sixties and seventies. Her family life is like that of many thousands of children in the world, being mistreated and abused.
She meets a friend with whom she has dialogues and gives her advices, driving her slowly to change her perception and concepts of God. Her friend always insists that whatever psychic power might show up in ourselves is not something that belongs to only one person but to everybody, because it is a part of our nature. The only difference is how much we believe in them and our self-confidence. In her teenage she finds out who actually is that friend full of wisdom and knowledge.
An internal as well as an external journey. Because after every experience she has deep thoughts about everything.
She travels to different places and countries from where she can enrich her being.
Few months after she worked as a volunteer in a catholic mission in Mexico, she went traveling in Central America and came the moment when she decided that it was the time to continue with her destiny of going to India, where worked also as a volunteer for Mother Theresa, but that experience made her decide to go into another path.
She has experiences that show her about the power of the mind and of thoughts. Like a coin, having two sides, with a God and a Devil.
Her life then does another turn by meeting a different philosophy, which was matching with her reflections in life.
From her dialogues and experiences, she learns about friendship, relationships, education, work, money, as well as faith, intuition, God, inner self, psychic phenomena and past lives.
She knows there's more in life than doing the same things like all the others. She knows there's more in life than doing the same things like all the others. It´s just about the essential wisdom of listening to our inner self and following our dreams, even though it takes long time because still it´s difficult to erase the imprints engraved in our brains since childhood.
One should take risks, daring to do something even if people are always telling you not to.

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Unconditional. Based in the true story of a metanoia

Submitted: May 25, 2015

The brain is a malleable, transformable and improved body. We must escape the routine to provide new stimuli to the brain so that it faces different challenges to develop those aspects that may be more dormant. Neuroplasticity is learning new, complex, difficult tasks because that is what forces us to exercise mental muscles.
Martha was not born just to sit down and see her life passing in front of her eyes as watching a movie and she goes through a journey of changing her own mind, concepts, heart, self and ways of life.
She lives in the South of Spain during the sixties and seventies. Her family life is like that of many thousands of children in the world, being mistreated and abused.
She meets a friend with whom she has dialogues and gives her advices, driving her slowly to change her perception and concepts of God. Her friend always insists that whatever psychic power might show up in ourselves is not something that belongs to only one person but to everybody, because it is a part of our nature. The only difference is how much we believe in them and our self-confidence. In her teenage she finds out who actually is that friend full of wisdom and knowledge.
An internal as well as an external journey. Because after every experience she has deep thoughts about everything.
She travels to different places and countries from where she can enrich her being.
Few months after she worked as a volunteer in a catholic mission in Mexico, she went traveling in Central America and came the moment when she decided that it was the time to continue with her destiny of going to India, where worked also as a volunteer for Mother Theresa, but that experience made her decide to go into another path.
She has experiences that show her about the power of the mind and of thoughts. Like a coin, having two sides, with a God and a Devil.
Her life then does another turn by meeting a different philosophy, which was matching with her reflections in life.
From her dialogues and experiences, she learns about friendship, relationships, education, work, money, as well as faith, intuition, God, inner self, psychic phenomena and past lives.
She knows there's more in life than doing the same things like all the others. She knows there's more in life than doing the same things like all the others. It´s just about the essential wisdom of listening to our inner self and following our dreams, even though it takes long time because still it´s difficult to erase the imprints engraved in our brains since childhood.
One should take risks, daring to do something even if people are always telling you not to.
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