Brain Power 3
In this post, you will learn the importance of the functionality of your brain. You will also learn how to improve your brain with daily exercise and in more intelligent ways to develop and further improve yourself.
When you hear the words “Brain Power,” what does it mean to you? How does it translate to you? Does it mean intelligence to you? Does it mean mechanics of the brain? Does it mean how things function to be able to express your thoughts freely and openly? How would you define “brain power?”
Today I would like to share my thoughts with you on brain power, and if you agree, you can always like below and comment. If you don’t agree, you can always still like and comment. I’d like a conversation on this to see how well you would agree with my thoughts that I express on brain power.
Brain power is the ability to be able to speak freely on your thoughts and expressions on how you feel on how you want to come across, to be able to be direct with people, to be able to speak to people. Brain power is also not only the intelligence, but the smartness and the classiness of a person. Brain power can either go the opposite way and think of people who are not that intelligent; brain power can also go the other way as to those who are intelligent.
Now, needless to say that the not-so intelligent people doesn’t mean that they are still not intelligent, because they are. They just may not know it yet because they haven’t been able to adapt that functionality to know that they are smart enough to know that they are intelligent. It can be young kids, it can be teenagers, it can be adults with disabilities or disorders. But there is a way to get around that. And that is called martial arts.
In martial arts, the best thing for you when you have a disorder or disability, is to study and train in martial arts. Therefor when you go in to train in martial arts, your explanation and definition of “brain power” surges into your body as you exercise not only your physicality, you exercise your emotions, you exercise your spirituality, and you exercise your mind. You also exercise your sight, your sound, your senses.
In training in martial arts, not only do you train your brain power, you train your senses. So, when one sense goes, the other four increase. For example, if you lost your sight, the other four senses would increase because you cannot focus on what you can see cause you have no sight. But your senses of smell, sound, taste, feelings, emotions, and touch are heightened as the functionality of your brain wants to be able to focus and concentrate more on those senses because you don’t have sight. So, within the functionality of your brain, I call “Brain Power, 3.”
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