Mental and emotional patterns become hardwired in your brain’s circuitry as you repeatedly engage in the same thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. (Childre, Doc and Howard Martin. The HeartMath Solution. p 26. CA: Harper SF, 1999.)

The human brain is wired to connect. It is, by design, sociable. Our relationships mold not just our personal experience but also our biology. (Goleman, Daniel, PhD.Social Intelligence. p 4-5. NY: Bantam Dell. 2006.)

Discusses dopamine, norepinephrine, serotonin, and testosterone that are altered by the experience of romantic love. (Fisher, Helen, PhD. Why We Love. p 52-60. NY: Henry Holt and Company, 2004.)

One’s sense of self-concept is stored in multiple areas of the brain. A real shift in self-esteem requires shifting multiple environmental triggers. Going back into the same environment often triggers previous perceptions/behaviors. (Caine, Renate Nummela, and Geoffrey Caine. Making Connections: Teaching and the Human Brain. p 127-128. VA: ASCD, 1991.)

A brain signal is simply, in neurological terminology, a set of energy fluctuations. These intelligence impulses constantly create the body in new forms every second. Every cell is aware of how you think and feel about yourself. (Chopra, Deepak, MD. Ageless Body, Timeless Mind. p 23-25. NY: Harmony Books, 1993.)