MORE plagiarism in “There Shall Be No Poor Among You.”

Weedingoutwells writes,

ARTICLE 3 In this section you will first see a photo from Amanda Well’s book, followed by Amanda Wells’ “writing” highlighted in RED. Beneath her writing is a screenshot from where the actual writing came from, followed by the original author’s writing also highlighted in RED. This is to help the reader see how much of the original source Amanda Wells stole to create her book.

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Wells writes on Page 108:

“One thing to always remember is that, ‘thoughts and feelings drive behavior.’ So feelings that fire together wire together. What this mean is when two neurons in our brain fire at the same time repeatedly (or when one fires, causing the other to fire) chemical changes occur in both, so that the two tend to connect more strongly (Jan M. Broekman, 2008). What this means in practical terms is that each time you repeat a particular thought or action, you strengthen the connection between a set of brain cells or neurons. For example if I start to think of an offense, it will usually trigger off other emotions, for example, failure, hurt, or lack of self-esteem. The way to change this is meditation, or as Paul put it, ‘to think on other things.’ Even God told Joshua to meditate day and night on His promises.’ As the brain changes the mind changes and vice versa, as the mind changes the brain changes. This means that you can use your conscious mind to make lasting changes to your brain to bring about greater well-being and happiness in your life.”

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David Schouela writes:

Increasingly we are hearing in the popular press the axiom “neurons that fire together, wire together”. In 1949 Canadian behavioral psychologist Donald Hebb proposed that learning linked neurons in new ways. He proposed that when two neurons fire at the same time repeatedly (or when one fires, causing the other to fire) chemical changes occur in both, so that the two tend to connect more strongly. Hebb’s concept was neatly summarizerd by neuro-scientist Carla Shatz: Neurons that fire together, wire together.” (from Norman Doidge’s book “The Brain that Changes Itself”)

What this means in practical terms is that each time you repeat a particular thought or action, you strengthen the connection between a set of brain cells or neurons. As neuroscience expert and psychologist Dr. Rick Hanson says, “the mind and the brain are a unified system. As the brain changes, the mind changes. As the mind changes, the brain changes. This means that you can use your conscious mind to make lasting changes to your brain to bring about greater well-being and happiness in your life.”

Source: David Schouela, Right Mind Programs, https://rightmindprograms.wordpress.com/2010/03/22/neurons-that-wire-together-fire-together/(Accessed 24/01/2017, Published 22/03/2010)

 Source: The Gardener, weedingoutwells, https://weedingoutwells.com/2017/01/24/more-plagiarism-in-there-shall-be-no-poor-among-you/(Accessed 24/01/2017, Published 24/01/2017)

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