Developing an understanding of when our brains function optimally or not, is one of the most valuable components of brain/body integration. Knowing when this system is in trouble helps us learn about the relationship between brain & behaviors – and what to do about it.
I can almost promise you that most of us have had the undeniable urge “To Be A Part” of something greater than ourselves. Something bigger than the world of our small individual existence. This urge is somewhat expected of us as first-year students. We almost receive a year-pass, a get out of jail free card. Because how will we find ourselves if we don’t first lose ourselves first – right?