How can a person feel that the greatest experience they’ve ever had in life is going to death row? Nick Yarris explains how the 8,050 days he spent in solitary confinement for a crime he didn’t commit was actually a blessing. How did he find the strength to get through this incredibly unfair 22 years without becoming bitter, or being a victim to PTSD? Listen to Nick’s remarkable story about how kindness, prayer, and his discovery of Neuroplasticity transformed his mindset in order to move past his life in prison, and face discriminations in society once he was exonerated.
“The single most important thing you can do is pray. Prayer is number one is neuroplasticity healing.” Nick also explains that when you are kind to humans or animals, you can actually help to rewire your brain to heal your PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder). He believes that Neuroplasticity helped to heal his scars. “Your brain wants to heal. It doesn’t want to be stuck on the hamster wheel.” Nick says, “The only way you can pay God’s love is through kindness, God’s currency.”
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