465: How to change your brain to get what you want | Neuroscientist Tara Swart Bieber, M.D., Ph.D.
Tara Swart Bieber, M.D., Ph.D.: “Take small steps towards the things that you want.”
Tara, a neuroscientist, former medical doctor, and bestselling author, joins mbg co-CEO, Jason Wachob, to discuss how to actually change your brain chemistry to achieve what you want this year, plus:
- Tara’s background and professional work (~00:31 )
- How tara started writing about the law of attraction (~01:59 )
- The science of visualization & manifestation (~04:27 )
- A 4-step process to manifest your goals (~09:44 )
- Why an abundance mindset is critical for manifesting (~14:52 )
- Why you can’t manifest without taking action (~22:21 )
- How to know when to let go of a goal (~25:51 )
- How to strengthen your manifesting muscles (~27:47 )
- How to interact with the universe (~32:06 )
- How your relationships can help & harm your goals (~34:08 )
- How your hormones affect the law of attraction (~36:21 )
- Why you should manifest smaller goals this year (~38:45 )
- How purpose impacts your goals (~42:52 )
- How to know if you’re good at manifesting (~49:55 )
- How sleep posture affects your brain health (~51:41 )
- How to manifest a good night’s sleep (~53:18 )
- How to change your brain & reinvent your life (~56:59 )
Referenced in the episode:
- Tara's book, The Source.
- Check out Tara's wind down routine on mbg.
- The best sleep position for brain health.
- Tara's IG Reel on sleep posture.
- Tara's podcast, Reinvent Yourself with Dr. Tara.
- mbg Podcast episode #457, with Courtney Peterson, Ph.D.
- Read more about the Tetris effect.
- Check out the song Tara co-wrote, "Carry On."
- Sign up for The Long Game.
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