Thursday, December 10, 2015

Book Review: Switch On Your Brain_The Key to Peak Happiness,Thinking and Health

Hi Blog Friends!

It's been quite a while since you've read written words from me.  I've been in a zone and only felt like posting/playing spiritually uplifting, motivating and encouraging music.  Hope you have been enjoying/listening.  I have!

I was watching a religious program on TV a couple weeks ago and was introduced to the titled book. The info shared was interesting and captivated my attention,  so I decided to see if my local library had a copy and they did!


The book ties scientific research on the physiology of the Brain, DNA and molecular structures back to scripture and how our thinking, and outlook on life and life experiences actually changes our DNA.  The concept is called Epigenetics (look it up).  Very interesting stuff!

The book is filled with a lot of scientific research, and scientific explanations of the brain.  The Christian Author, Dr. Caroline Leaf also used various scripture texts to support scientific findings on how our thinking and expectations affect our physical being/structure on a molecular, DNA level. 

After about the first two chapters I found a lot of the scientific stuff a bit repetitive and since I am not a science buff, a little boring for me.  I got the point after a while and wanted to get to the 21 keys to changing our thinking.  So I skipped to scan through the practical application steps and realized I was already implementing these principles in my life and I thank God for that.

The reason I'm sharing this book with you is because the facts shared are very interesting and someone may be looking for an answer or solutions on how to change their negative thinking, habits and perspectives to live a more fulfilling, bright and invigorated life.

Stay tuned for more book reviews!

Much Love,

~Highly Favored


  1. Interesting. Looking forward to more reviews! Welcome :)

    1. Very interesting Akibo! I'm excited about the book I'm currently reading and can't wait to share.

  2. Thanks for sharing this. I hope I get to read it one day.


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