Innervation is the mindful and brain-friendly approach to realize what you want by connecting the brain and setting the mind. Mindful means creating from conscious and spacious intentionality. Brain-friendly means making it easy, fun and rewarding.
The focus of innervation is to turn what you want into what you do, while balancing the outer world of achievement with the inner world of fulfillment.
In anatomy, the verb to innervate means “to supply nerves to something” or “to stimulate and energize”. The new and expanded definition of innervation is “the act of connecting the brain and setting the mind.”
Connecting the brain is done by developing innervative powers like imagination, intuition, and empathy. This gives access to the emerging possibilities and creative potential of the unknown.
Setting the mind is done by applying innervative practices like spacing, framing, and staging. This allows the ideal conditions for the wanted behavior, experience, and learning to manifest.
To innervate is to create from a new mind, shaping the world from inside-out. Innervation helps evolve the sanity of humanity by improving the quality of the ideas we have, the choices we make, and the actions we take.