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Neuroplasticity and The Default Mind

How to Shape Your Plastic Brain by Forming New Connections to Automatically Get Positive Results, Success and Prosperity
Length: 3 hrs and 16 mins
3 out of 5 stars (6 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Why is brain plasticity so important?

New research shows that you can reprogram your own brain and obtain goals you never thought possible! You have the ability to, literally, rewire your brain. Your brain is adaptable, and you can change it yourself, and anyone can do it! Psychologists say that approximately 95 percent of our lives are controlled by our subconscious mind. On average, we have about 65,000 thoughts a day. About 75 to 90 percent of those thoughts are coming to you from your default mind. On auto-pilot, so to speak, coming from learned behaviors, experiences, and even our circumstances and environment. You are constantly rewiring your brain all the time anyway. Why not be deliberate? Why not learn how to use this new research to your advantage? Come along! You'll be glad you did! 

With this book:

  • You'll learn how to use neuroplasticity for yourself! You'll begin to see the many rewards that come from rewiring and strengthening your neural pathways.
  • You'll discover why people are learning the simple process of neuroplasticity and how they are using it to treat depression, addiction, brain damage, and more.
  • You'll see that everything you need is already at your fingertips; all you have to do is follow the simple steps in this book, and then reap the many benefits.

You have the ability to literally rewire your brain. The brain is designed to adapt. It is designed this way as a survival mechanism. Your brain wants you to be comfortable. It doesn't want you to experience discomfort.

©2018 Sage Wilcox (P)2018 Sage Wilcox

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Interesting

This was a really interesting audio that had helpful information that I would like to research a little further. I did like the narration and found this to be a worthwhile listen.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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Some Concepts were ok

I got this ARC via audiobook boom and this is my voluntary review. The narration was the best part of the story. Some of the concepts were interesting but seemed to be the basic things that have been expounded upon all of my life. Yes, I know that the brain is constantly reinventing itself. Each memory adds to the others and soon they combine and make new memories.

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An interesting read

While the performance of the Narrator could have been better this is an interesting Audio book.

Current scientific studies are mixed regarding the ability to use the ideas in this book but for those curious it is a worthwhile experience.





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Can't get past the narrator's condescending voice

Maybe the author should narrate his own book. It sounds informative but the narrator doesn't seem like he understands what he is reading. Big turn off.