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*Grab your current read,
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*Share a few “teaser” sentences from somewhere on that page,
*Please no spoilers!
*Share the title & author.
Today's selection comes from a book I've just finished called:
Psych-K: The Missing Peace In Your Life by Robert M. Williams.
I learned of it while listening to Bruce Lipton's book on cd: "The Biology of Belief".
"In an age of rapid change and information overload, how do we manage to keep up with the changes? I believe a critical factor will depend on our ability to process information in such a way that we can not only survive the accelerating rate of change, but also thrive in it. The key to processing more effectively is learning to use both hemispheres of the brain..."
"...it has become possible to establish that all the unusual abilities that some people are able to manifest (self-control of pain and healing, healing others, telepathy, etc.) are associated with changes in the EEG pattern toward a more bilateral, symmetrical and integrated form."
"...This increased capacity to operate out of both sides of the brain equally, producing the higher levels of functioning, is a key to thriving during the high-speed changes occurring now and in the future..."
"Once again, author Christopher M. Bache sums up the point:
'When the brain's hemispheres are phase-locked and work as one, a number of known benefits result, including heightened awareness, improved recall, more self-programming flexibility, and heightened creativity--in short, Superlearning.'"
Guess what they have discovered helps the brain to function more bilaterally?