How the conditioning of our belief system produces biological repercussions

Shanmuga Sundaram Rajagopal
Right from infancy/childhood, the conditioning of our belief system, may result in adaptive changes in neuronal connectivity during the initial stages of development of CNS and as that belief system is being practiced over the years, may reaffirm and reconnect the neurons and our cognition in those lines and the various neurotransmitters (influencing cognition/belief system) get physiologically set at an optimal level, mutually supporting & sustaining such a belief system and vice versa. Both the belief system, conditioned over years and, the cognitive abilities that has evolved & developed, get reinforced neuronally, and in fact, both mutually complement each other. This is my perspective.

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