Evolve Your Brain

  • by Joe Dispenza D.C.
  • Narrated by Sean Runnette
  • 18 hrs and 43 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Joe Dispenza, DC, has spent decades studying the human mind - how it works, how it stores information, and why it perpetuates the same behavioral patterns over and over. In the acclaimed film What the Bleep Do We Know!?, he began to explain how the brain evolves - by learning new skills, developing the ability to concentrate in the midst of chaos, and even healing the body and the psyche. Evolve Your Brain presents this information in depth, while helping you take control of your mind, explaining how thoughts can create chemical reactions that keep you addicted to patterns and feelings - including ones that make you unhappy. And when you know how these bad habits are created, it's possible to not only break these patterns, but also reprogram and evolve your brain, so that new, positive, and beneficial habits can take over.
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What the Critics Say

"Dr. Joe Dispenza's book, Evolve Your Brain, will help you use your power to choose and to change. Read this book, use its ideas in your life, and realize your potential." (Amit Goswami, Ph.D.)


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Neuroscience and magic

There are been plenty of great books that take a proven scientific approach to self improvement. This is not one of them. A confusing mismash of basic neuroscience, psychology and magical thinking. The basic premise that self reflection and a concerted effort to change automatic responses can help improve us is sound, but the author then claims a whole host of other super powers ranging from curing cancer to bestowing physic powers. The book covers some genuinely useful research on neuroscience and human behaviour, but it's often warped so badly to match the authors preconceived ideas, it's hard to know what you can trust. Even well understood theories such as Evolution are painfully misrepresented, and the chapter on Quantum physics is predictably fantastical. Aside from the content, one of the worst aspects is how painfully slow the book is. It is scattered with unnecessary repetition, meaningless passages and long and unhelpful analogies. Save yourself your money, and you time and pick up Peak, Habit, Grit, Deep Work, or any of the other quality titles that can back up their claims.
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Not exactly boring, but not a book I can see myself revisiting in the near future.
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Book Details

  • Release Date: 17-01-2017
  • Publisher: Tantor Audio