It has long been established that thoughts are produced from collections of neurons and that they can be influenced by electrochemical impulses directed by either the conscious or subconscious portion of the mind. After all, the word “mind” merely refers to the activity of the brain. You really don’t HAVE a mind that you can point to any more than you have a “digestion” that you can show. The mind is simply a process, not a distinct thing. Neuroinduction deals with creating new neural pathways and the word “neuroplasticity” refers to the ability to reshape and mold the firing patterns of your brain cells.