November 1, 2017

Can you imagine how much courage it took to understand the earth orbited the sun before Galileo annoyed geocentrism’s defenders?

Courage, not intelligence, explains the dearth of visionaries and glut of cowards who conveniently ignore, then dismiss and mock what they can’t admit they’re afraid to consider.

We know it didn’t require smarts to understand heliocentrism because, once enough grownups felt it was safe to believe the obvious, children readily grasped what scaredy cats couldn’t or wouldn’t fathom for centuries.

What would all that courage have gotten you way back when? Not much.

In fact, understanding heliocentrism before it’s time was more burden than gift. If you weren’t a renowned scientist, you couldn’t broach the topic without being laughed at. There was no way to sell, apply, or share what you knew to be true.

Granted, it might have been an ego boost to know you were the smartest person in every room, but that has its limits. How enjoyable could it be to have to chose between pretending you’re as ignorant as everyone else or risking attacks from cowards who didn’t want to know they were conning one another into believing they knew the earth was the center of the Universe?

If you have the chutzpah to understand neurocentrism, you’ll soon learn the futility of discussing what you know with family, friends, or strangers. Still, unlike heliocentrism’s early adopters, even a rudimentary grasp of neurocentrism can change your life in any number of ways.

Want to be happier? More aware? Earn more? Learn more? Live in the now? Understand why it’s so hard to lose weight, keep resolutions, reach higher states of consciousness?

Interested in gaining insights into the one and only reason everyone, including you, does and doesn’t do what we do and don’t do? Why morality and integrity are in short supply while cowardice, self-deception, greed, destruction, conflicts, dishonestly, hypocrisy, inanity, insanity, and addictions run rampant?

Dopamine for DIMwits answers questions great thinkers grappled with for ages. It even explains why heliocentrism took centuries to go from too absurd to consider to too obvious to deny, why neurocentrism might be decades away from being accepted as the most earth-shattering discovery of the century, and why there’s simply no way to explain neurocentrism without annoying, insulting, upsetting, intimidating, threatening, scaring, and exposing DIMwits.

While we wait for the first group of scientists to find the guts to discover what their peers are loath to consider, all you have to do to turn your life around (by understanding human behavior better than the sharpest psychiatrists) is muster enough nerve to confront the fears keeping the masses from wanting to know how dopamine-induced madness (DIM) turned potential humans into virtual DIMwits.

Chapter 1: A Good Place To Start


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