Research studies of the Artistic Human
encompassing 40,000 years of Art History
Present Research Emphasis: Consciousness
No problem can be solved
at the same level of consciousness
that created it.
Our brains have around 100 billion nerve cells called neurons that transmit signals electrochemically to each other. Each individual neural cell is linked to one another by a small space called the synapse.
Neuroplasticity is the brain's ability to change and adapt as a result of human experience. Neuroplasticity refers to the potential that the brain has to reorganize by creating new neural pathways to adapt as it needs.
Brains change as a result of learning, experience, and memory formation. The brain never stops changing in response to learning and is able to reorganize pathways, create new connections and new neurons.
The neurotransmitters cross the synapse and attach to receptors on the neighboring cell. These receptors can change the properties of the receiving cell.
The brain has the ability to synthesize neural pathways that never before existed. A neuron will begin to grow dendrites which connect with the axons of other neurons. The brain will create and strengthen more electrical connections which will, in turn, result in learning.
Blending the fields of consciousness and neuroscience, Amy Dyson developed Solostones™ and The Cairn Process™ as personal tools for building new neural pathways.