Thinking is the flow of information and energy in your nervous system.
Your brain constantly sends information and receives it from your five senses, from parts of your body and the nerve endings around your gut and heart, up and down your brainstem.
This never stops if you are alive.
Learning is building thoughts. Your thoughts are real – they have solid, physical representation inside your brain and are made of proteins. Thoughts keep changing in response to our thinking. This means that we CONTROL our ability to build thoughts.
Building thoughts allows us to determine what our brains physically look like inside our heads. The changes our thoughts undergo are referred to as the plasticity of our brains – the ability to choose our thoughts is called MIND-DIRECTED NEUROPLASTICITY.