The structure of your brain changes constantly, in a dynamic, unfolding process that you yourself can direct to create the life you want. This is the exciting premise of Meditations to Change Your Brain, a breakthrough program from psychologist Rick Hanso, Ph.D. and neurologist Rick Mendius, M.D. Listeners join Dr. Hanson and Dr. Mendius to learn specific practices for making positive changes in thier body and mind, plus four guided practices to strengthen their meditative abilities, and four guided meditations to heal and nourish their relationships.
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yes, well structured meditations, good for beginners, not too long and very insightful
I liked the last meditation very much
Great book, well written and presented!
Love the meditations
Again, loved the guided meditations, by both men....I ve been trying to find more of them online as I know the both hold a weekly meditation class. Hopefully I will come across them
What was most enjoyable was the narration by the authors. The authors made the book therapeutic. They gave each section the imperative view point necessary for the listener to hone in and listen intently!
The most memorable moment was the meditation activities ! This book must be obtained as an audible version I cannot imagine it would be beneficial in paper form.
I enjoyed the professional respectability and authority each Dr. Presented. This was not an ego, battle , it was team work with one goal in mind which is to help the reader develop these new skills!
If I were to make a movie of this book, I would not change it's title, I would add a sub title , Meditation to change your brain and your mind!
Rarely do I encounter a book that I am motivated to complete in one sit that has made profound changes in my life. This book is something I cam apply to my life and I have. The concepts have given me the courage to continue with the personal work I have accomplished. I am a health care professional and I would recommend this book to my clients!
I really liked the brief intro to each meditation, then guided meditation, then conclusive remarks about the meditation format.
I usually read more Buddhist type meditation books but I really found this to be an interesting and helpful departure from my regular meditation practice.
Fewer golf references. I get that the author wanted to hinge the book around a real life story, but golf? Puh-lease.
No golf stories and a less monotone narration.
When you put people to sleep, you know you've got a problem.
Yes. To pick up more knowledge and for the mediations.
That mediation can affect the brain
This book is wonderful. I'm a head injury survivor who's desperate to reclaim parts of my life before my accident changed everything. This book is helping do this life long task. It's playing a crucial role in me having a life and it's far more effective than the medications I've been prescribed.
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