Sunday, January 20, 2008

Book Review: Evolve Your Brain

Let's say that an man was hit by a SUV while riding a bicycle and very badly injured. With multiple fractured vertebrae in his neck, and upper spine, the normal medical procedure would involve attaching stainless steel rods to the affected vertebrae. With the surgery, he would be able to walk again, but would face reduced mobility and the possibility of continuous pain. Without the surgery, the doctors said there was a 50 percent chance he would end up paralyzed from the neck down. Which option would you choose in this situation? Now what if I told you that the man in question refused the surgery and was back on the job after 12 weeks with no pain and full movement? How did he do it? To find out, you'll have to read Evolve Your Brain: the Science of Changing Your Mind by Joe Dispenza, D.C.. Let's just say that Ramtha's "White Book" was involved.

Dr. Dispenza's book gives a lot of information about how our brains work, and how we can make them work for us. He also provides an explanation of why it's so hard to get rid of the "baggage" I keep talking about: it's been with us for so long that it's wired into our neural networks. Fortunately, his book explains how to change that.

I would recommend the book to all recovering materialists. Those materialists who are still in denial but have health problems may also benefit.

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