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“Through implementing certain rigorous and intense physical rehabilitation practices, for example, stroke victims and those with traumatic brain injuries have been able to successfully repattern the neurons in their brains.”
“Doing any of these things will repattern your experience of the family collective and begin to transform karma into belonging, compassion and wholeness.”
“But in the end, we will have to work with those subs, allow them a voice, and repattern their sense of who they are.”
“I do know that Magus Gilfaethwy blamed me for trying to repattern his Gates-which I had not done-and told me that both the Gates he had built for me had been damaged.”
“Or if he could not do that, perhaps he could repattern the Gate so that it would dump Denoriel into Vidal's Court or just lose him completely in the Unformed chaos lands.”
“Hormones are highly charged, highly electrified neural cells that stimulate the growing brain to repattern itself toward adulthood: thus, grew the soul toward individuality.”
“Once he is dead, you simply speak into the box pressing the blue button, issue the command to transfer all weapons to your ship, and the machine will repattern your voice to that of our enemy's.”
“If we are to reach the brain, to restore contact between intellect and nerve, we must repattern the brain centers from the very beginning of brain function.”
“Years ago, Barbara Marx Hubbard wrote, "If the positive innovations connect exponentially before the massive breakdowns reinforce one another, the system can repattern itself to a higher order of consciousness and freedom without the predicted economic, environmental, or social collapse.”
“Dramatically repattern, reposition, and transform the radials by lining them up, separating them out, and adding additional parallel bones in sequence so they can be called digits.”
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