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Turn on Your SUPER BRAIN: Discover Your Natural Genius

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UNLEASH YOUR SUPER BRAIN

Everything you think and do all starts in your physical brain. But have you given thought to how your 3-pound brain does that? What about the belief that only an estimated 2% of your brain is involved in pure logical thinking? And how do you activate the other 98% of your brain power and what is it connected to?

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Kindle Edition, 23 pages
Published July 11th 2013 by Quantum Self Group, Inc
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Izabela Zalas
Apr 14, 2013 Izabela Zalas rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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It is incredible that only two per cent of our brains is involved in our conscious, rational thinking. Ninety eight per cent uses sensory - based images. Dr Jill shows us how to use this knowledge and how to empower our lives. It is very interesting and very short book which encourages us to read the next one but it is worth reading it.
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Jul 09, 2014 Vickie rated it it was amazing
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Enjoyed reading this book! Had good recommendations to follow to get started toward your goals and dreams. Would recommend this book to others who are serious about accomplishing their goals and dreams.
Omar
Dec 07, 2013 Omar rated it it was ok
I am not sure why I gave 2 stars
Started with his point of view about the brain & ended in ways that I've already read about in lots of books
Any way I won't say I lost time...
Books have authors & they are like people one you wish that you talk to the whole year & others accordingly...
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“The RAS acts as the “editor” of the sensory-based information you’re constantly bombarded with. And just as the editor of a newspaper decides what stories will get page one focus – your RAS decides what stimuli will be sent up to your brain’s higher thinking and emotional centers for attention.” 0 likes
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