Do You Say “Good Morning” To Your Brain On A Daily Basis?

by Anura Guruge


If you do, as you really should, I am SO, SO proud of YOU. Way to go.

Yes, of course, first thing every morning, even before I open my eyes I have wished my brain, my soul mate in the truest sense, a ‘Good Morning’. I have done this without fail for nearly 42 years.

This good morning ritual is a key part of my “Brain Meditation” self-help program.

Yesterday, July 27, 2016, I took the first steps in having my book on this topic, “Brain Meditation” published. It is, however, not as yet available for sale. It still needs to be proofed. But this time around I am going to use actual printed copies of the book as proofs. See below.

Independent of the book I will coach you on this invaluable self-help program via blog posts … here.

So think of this as ‘Lesson 1’ — and a very important lesson at that.

Every morning, as soon as you wake up, as you are opening your eyes, say a cheery, heartfelt “Good Morning” to your brain — in your mind!

You do not say it out loud UNLESS you want to do so. It is OK to do it all in your mind. “Good morning” from you to your brain … in your mind.

Try it. You can even do a “Good Morning”, “Good Afternoon” or “Good Evening” right now.

And yes, you have to say “Good Night” to your brain last thing at night as you close your eyes trying to fall asleep.


Brain Meditation Anura Guruge

Click to ENLARGE and view here. Yes, this is what it looks on the “CreateSpace” (a part of Amazon) dashboard. I have NOT approved it for sale. But when I do, it will be on Amazon within a few hours!


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One response to “Do You Say “Good Morning” To Your Brain On A Daily Basis?”

  1. Torsten Glaenzel says :

    Very good content. Great that you wrote this.

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