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Kennedy University in Pleasant Hill, CA "An illuminating guide to the emerging confluence of cutting-edge neuropsychology and ancient Buddhist wisdom filled with practical suggestions on how to gradually rewire your brain for greater happiness. Lucid, good-humored, and easily accessible. This book provides a scientific understanding of these methods, and clear guidance for practices that cultivate a wise and free heart. His informative, relaxed, and easy-to-read style of writing made me want to pick up this book again and again and dive ever more deeply into the complexities of our human engineering.

Miller, PhD, founding president of Integrative Restoration Institute "Numerous writings in recent years have exacerbated the traditional rift between science and religion; however, there has been a refreshing parallel movement in the opposite direction. Neuroscientists have become increasingly interested in using first-person introspective inquiries of the mind to complement their third-person, Western scientific investigations of the brain.

Buddhist contemplative practices are particularly amenable to such collaboration, inviting efforts to find neurobiological explanations for Buddhist philosophy. This book should have great appeal for those seeking a secular spiritual path, while also raising many testable hypotheses for interested neuroscientists.

Drawing on the wisdom born of their own meditation practice and their scientific backgrounds, the authors point again and again to the possibilities of the deep transformation of our minds and lives.

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Download or read Buddha's Brain: Their writing demonstrates a firm background in neuropsychology and modern science, as well as experience in many techniques such as meditation, visualization, and mindfulness exercises. There are important techniques to follow for success even the basic mechanics of hanging a picture. Dan Harris.

Readers will find practical suggestions along with impressive research about the brain.

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