MonkeyBrain evolved from many years of working with hundreds of clients in the wellness industry as a lifestyle fitness coach, helping others improve their health and physiques. Over time I began to see that emotional well-being also had a direct affect on our physical health. For many years I recognized undeniable emotional patterns among many of my clients. Upon reflection, I also ticed these patterns in myself. One pattern that became apparent, time and again, was that most of us tend to spiral into negative thinking when we are stressed. I could see that we all react to imbalances and stress in much the same way. It almost seemed that we had an addiction to stress and we were always looking for the worst case scenario, thinking of the problem instead of the solution. I wanted to kw why we do this and more importantly, how we can change these faulty patterns.My questions were: Why do we tend to relive memories of stress, fear and drama more often than those of love and joy? Why does it feel like a compulsion to share our bad day, our physical pain, or our daily drama? And why does the brain recall memories without our permission? I began to call this way of thinking, MonkeyBrain. My search to find the MonkeyBrain Fix led me to study the latest neuroscience and mind/body medicine. What I discovered was t only surprising, but also life changing. MonkeyBrain shares years of discovery that began when I started exploring the relationships between our brain, our body, and our spirit. It connects all the dots with mental, physical, and spiritual connections that make sense and includes worthy projects for improving all areas of life. Also included is a template and journal for everyone to use. It is a twenty-one day challenge.