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Masterclass: Our brain: friend or foe?

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Monday 29 March 12:00pm-1:00pm AEDT (And available for four weeks after for ticket holders)
Free for Premium members | Free for Masterclass Pass holders | $24.95 non-members
Event Type
Masterclass Online

All of our Masterclasses are recorded and available for four weeks, so if you can’t make it live, register anyway we’ll sent you the video later.

The average brain is believed to generate around 50,000 thoughts per day. The scary part? For most people 70% of these thoughts are negative. So how do we consciously engage our positive thoughts when we are neurologically wired to detect risk?

We are all innately interested in the concept of psychology but it needs to be explained in a useful way that will be instantly impactful. Join us for our next masterclass where we’ll spend an hour understanding our brain. We’ll unpack neurology vs psychology to understand what forces us to make choices, and why we land on the decisions we do. This is not a presentation, it is an experiment where everyone gets the chance to discover their own primal brain, their thoughts and how we sometimes make meaning out of fiction rather than fact.

You’ll leave this masterclass understanding:

  • The deception of our own conscious perception – how the brain can trick our emotions
  • Why we think what we think and how we can alter our thoughts quickly
  • Why were you put your mind, your body will follow




About Milo-Arne

Milo-Arne Wilkinson is a behavioural scientist and a criminal profiler. As one of 16 (with 14 sisters – yep, you read that right) she confesses that she had no choice but to study human behaviour for 20 years if only to understand her crazy family unit. She holds seven degrees in the areas of forensic psychology, neurosciences, organisational psychology and psychotherapy.

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