Here are a few recently-discovered resources that offer strategies for changing your brain:
I first heard Rick Hanson speak at the Commonwealth Club of San Francisco, where he talked about neuroplasticity and the kinds of regular practices that enable your brain to actually change. That talk was the first time I realized that it might be possible for me to use these practices to control my little dopamine problem called Parkinson’s Disease. His organization, The Wellspring Institute for Neuroscience and Contemplative Wisdom offers an outstanding inventory of the practices Rick discussed. This is an amazing resource that I hope to utilize more in the future.
I also recently discovered Wildmind’s site, and in particular, their very thorough and helpful guide to meditation posture. Very helpful.
Finally, this short article on rewiring your brain to be positive is not too deep, but it does give a nice overview of how to notice when you are being negative so that you can make the shift to positivity.