The Superhuman Mind Free the Genius in Your Mind ( ebook / Pdf ) by Berit Brogaard
Inner Genius by Berit Brogaard and Kristian Marlow has been a very insightful read For such a complex topic the authors were able to thoroughly e I gave this book
try I really did I tried the exercises in it I just can t get behind the whole Unleashing Your Inner Genius partI understand that with practice you can re wire your brain to think a certain way However that study has been shown repeatedly There s nothing revolutionary about the content here This was ascinating The human brain is amazing I confess I was sceptical about this one despite the PhD author A student lent this to me though and in addition to generally trying to keep an open mind I like to take an interest in what students are reading So while I probably wouldn t have picked up The
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superhuman mind on my own i gave it Mind on my own I gave it try and it was all right The rhetoric was not as hyperbolic as I Syncopated: An Anthology of Nonfiction Picto-Essays feared and the scientific aspects were prettyascinating It doesn t have the same kind of intense hook or narrative that some books have the writing is e Ex. Gifted individuals have in common is that through practice injury an innate brain disorder or even unusual circumstances they have managed to gain a
degree of conscious access to this potent processing power The Superhuman Mind takes us inside the lives and brains of geniuses of conscious access to this potent processing power The Superhuman Mind takes us inside the lives and brains of geniuses virtuosos and a wide variety of ordinary people who have acuired truly extraordinary talents one way or. A lot of interesting case studies i think many readers looking into it might be disappointed that the subtitle how to unleash your inner genius is
RATHER MISLEADING UNLESS YOU RE ABLE misleading unless you re able apply magnetic stimulation to your brain activating otherwise latent abilities there s also the option to take lsd or eat magic mushrooms and the like mnemonics hitting your head and damaging specific brain regions acuired savant syndrome i do wonder about training yourself to be a uasi synesthete through coloured text so you associate certain lettets with concrete colours The book proposes to Free the genius in your brain There are certainly many examples of people who have savant like gifts but the book doesn
t really livereally live to its proposition It talks a lot about potential which is illuminating however it tends to the academic and was not uite the self help psychology it purports to be Don t expect to actually unleash your inner genius I received this book rom a giveaway at good reads The Superhuman Mind How To Unleash Your. Did you know your brain has superpowers Berit Brogaard PhD and Kristian Marlow study people with astonishing talents memory champions human echolocators musical virtuosos math geniuses and synesthetes who taste colors and hear aces But as amazing as these abilities are they are not mysterious Our brains constantly process a huge amount of information below our awareness and what these. .
Cellent introduction to how our brain works notably making up
For Faculties Adversely Affected The Authors Present The Material Infaculties adversely affected The authors present the material in engaging way using real life examples successfully By tying these real life stories into the associated anatomical processes they make the science behind it appear approachable succeeding in engaging the reader If nothing else you ll learn and remember a party trick of calculating the day of the week Conquering Your Quarterlife Crisis: Advice from Twentysomethings Who Have Been There and Survived for any daterom 1800 2200 using a very simple Doomsday Calendar approach Jokes apart I learnt a lot about narratives savants and brain conditions than I had hoped Mexican Hooker for All in all a great read A slightly entertaining review of people with unusual mental abilities The author claimed that anyone could also learn to have an unusual ability to work with their own mind Not really pertinent to that at all By about half way through the book the author gets boring with his tales Too little actual information on unleashing actual genius too much discussion of the same dozen cases of unusual minds. Another Delving into the neurological underpinnings of these abilities the authors even reveal how we can acuire some of them ourselvesrom perfect pitch and lightning The League for the Suppression of Celery fast math skills to supercharged creativity The Superhuman Mind is a bookull of the The Thirteen-Gun Salute fascinating science readers lookor Suspicion at Seven: A Lois Meade Mystery from the likes of Oliver Sacks combined with the exhilarating promise of Moonwalking with Einstei.