Revolutionize Your Authentic Self:
1. Safety 1st dominates your brain function.
2. Align your nonconscious biases and conscious limitations to maximize your effectiveness.
3. Train Peak performance by being nonconsciously in the moment.
4. Deepen your personal relationships through sharing each other’s core brain insights.
5. Become brain aware about all the information in your environment.
Evian Gordon, M.D., Ph.D.
CEO and Chairman
Brain Resource Company;
Dr. Evian Gordon is an integrative neuroscientist and medical doctor who has dedicated his career to set up the world’s biggest brain database. Information drawn from this database underpins unique online tools used by over a million people to assess and train new brain habits. He has published more than 300 scientifi c studies and is the editor of two books on Integrative Neuroscience. He is based in San Francisco.
From the first time that I painted, I had no interest to be a derivative of other artists.
My driving intuition was to be influenced nonconsciously by brain insights.
My privileged view of the brain, is of overseeing the data patterns of human brain function in the world’s largest brain database.
My art is mainly abstract expressionism that reflects my understanding of how the human brain and behavior works.
Each series of paintings continue for a few months and are driven by a different inspiration from the nonconscious-conscious dynamics of my brain.
The last series in this book: “Unbridled” – is where my nonconscious brain most dominated whatever spontaneously emerged (with no preconceptions) ‘in the moment’, in each painting.
I am indebted to the wide influences from my background in brain science, medicine and the international brain database that I set up. As well as the feedback and inspirations from true friends (and attendees at my exhibitions, including 2 exhibitions in New York).
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