Break Through the Limits of the Brain - Neuroscience Inspiration and Practices to Transform Your Life
Publisher: New Page Books
“A user’s manual for superheroes. Joseph Selbie’s well-written trifecta provides (1) an inspiring collection of stories about real-life super abilities, (2) a rational, scientific framework for understanding how these abilities are possible, and (3) practices to help you achieve your superconscious potential. An exhilarating read.” —Dean Radin, PhD, chief scientist, Institute of Noetic Sciences A life-changing guide to understanding your brain and how to change it—for good. Break Through the Limits of the Brain connects the dots between the discoveries of neuroscience and the meditation-born spiritual experience, and offers proven and practical ways to tap into the life-changing, life-enhancing abilities of our superconscious potential. The book debunks scientific materialism’s brain-based explanation for consciousness and intelligence—including the brain-as-supercomputer and artificial intelligence models—and explains the view of many prominent and open-minded scientists that an all-pervading intelligent consciousness is the foundation of reality—an age-old belief shared by saints, sages, mystics, and those who’ve had near-death experiences. Selbie explores the current neuroscientific understanding of the brain’s influence on our thoughts, emotions, and behavior, and balances that understanding with neuroscience’s discoveries of neuroplasticity and our innate ability to rewire the brain for any new purpose—from the material to the mystical. Meditation is a central theme of the book—what it is; how to do it; why it works; its physical, mental, and emotional benefits as measured by neuroscientists; and how it rewires the brain for superconscious awareness so you can achieve whatever you put your mind to. The book offers proven practices for bringing superconscious awareness into your life for success, energy, health, peace of mind, and lasting happiness.
Available since: 09/01/2022.
Print length: 256 pages.