Neuroplasticity: How to Organize Your Brain Through Neural Connections

Narrated by: Eric Boozer
Length: 1 hr and 5 mins
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Publisher's Summary

What if you could heal from trauma or disease by having your brain heal itself?  

Our cerebrum gets damaged. We all know it. It either happens physically or psychologically, and both are intertwined. And therefore, the brain has to compensate for what has happened to it. New connections between neurons are shaped, and these stimulate action. But what if you could influence this process to make it run more smoothly and benefit your life?  

Neuroplasticity isn’t widely known, but it is not a new concept either. The principles and methods that refer to it have been tried and tested, and have helped people to remove stress, reorganize their thoughts, and take control of their lives. Out of all the organs in the human body, the brain is probably one of the most important. So learn more about yourself by learning about your neurons and cells.  

Neuroplasticity can be applied to meditation, mindfulness, dieting, and motivation. Some serious cerebral changes can be made if you understand what you’re doing. And on various different grounds, people achieve more in life because they embrace this sophisticated science.  

Let this guide teach you more about the following subtopics:  

  • Curing eating disorders, aiding in the treatment for cerebral palsy, and more medical miracles through neuroplasticity.
  • How you can help your brain work out and rewire it.
  • More self-fulfillment through neuroplasticity techniques. 
  • How to grow your emotional intelligence through neuroplasticity. 
  • Ways to optimize your brain daily through crucial steps.
  • Heal your brain naturally by understanding its capacity to reorganize thoughts and neurons.

If you are looking for a healthier, happier brain, then neuroplasticity is one of the greatest tools to get there. How to self-direct it is one of the secrets you will learn in this audiobook.  

Buy this audiobook today!

©2018 Quinn Spencer (P)2018 Vincent Noot

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Very impressive!

This is a book that will teach you to change your brain and will change your life!

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I liked it.

Powerful book. The Power of Neuroplasticity is an amazing read. I highly recommend it if you have an interest in how the brain works and how we can change our own lives by using the power of our brain.

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Excellent

Life changing and fascinating. I never knew about this topic before. You can really be in the driver's seat of your own life, for real. Well explained. I love this book😊

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Fantastic!

This Audio book is easy to understand, and implement. This Audio book lets us understand that just because our brains are aging, it still has the ability to learn from experience, learn new information, and master new skills.

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Annoyingly repetitive

Overall, I did not care for this. I listened to this at 1.25 rate, and it was still too long. The information could be thoroughly covered in 10 minutes and a few PowerPoint slides.

Over and over and over again the author explains what neuroplasticity is and repeats the same information in various ways. It was truly annoying.

The narrator’s voice was fine, but he mispronounced words, which was distracting.

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Redundant.

Don't waste your time and money. I didn't learn anything that I didn't already know. You could glean more from a Google search engine.

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sound of voice too annoying

aggravating short and stout voice. couldn't finish the book. I think there needs to be a more meditative voice to get the point across

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  • 11-13-18

Amazing content!

Learning more about neuroplasticity has helped me understand my own brain and the reasons why we do things. With these techniques, you can gain more control over your senses and emotions. So I recommend this book.