Train Your Mind, Change Your Brain

How a New Science Reveals Our Extraordinary Potential to Transform Ourselves

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How a New Science Reveals Our Extraordinary Potential to Transform Ourselves
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Simon Newstead
Ha scritto il 06/07/08

Not bad, a good explanation about latest theories on the adaptive brain. Good news for those who are looking to change bad habits or get more out of life.. although the book is more theory than practice,still very good read..recommended

Cinder
Ha scritto il 29/03/08
A rather unfortunate title--makes it sound like a self improvement pop item when in fact it's a summary of the 2004 Mind and Life meeting, organized by the Dalai Lama, attended by prominenet scientists and Buddhist monks, and this year focusing on ne...Continua

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