Mega Brain Power: Transform Your Life with Mind Machines and Brain Nutrients


This is the amazing follow up book after the original classic "Mega Brain" revolutionized the mind tech in USA and around the world.

The book is still the single best resource for anyone interested in discovering how to benefit from the ...

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This is the amazing follow up book after the original classic "Mega Brain" revolutionized the mind tech in USA and around the world.

The book is still the single best resource for anyone interested in discovering how to benefit from the original research.

It includes many topics from sports to intelligence, from sex to healing, from biofeedback to re-scripting.



ONE: The Brain Revolution In Search of Tools for Waking Up

TWO: Peak Performance Brain Waves

THREE: Whole-Brain Power

FOUR: Working Out In the Brain Gym: The New Science of Brain Growth and Mind Fitness

FIVE: Taking Charge: Biofeedback and Brain Power

SIX: Sound: The Heartbeat of Life

SEVEN: Light Power

EIGHT: The Technicolor Symphony: Orchestrating Your Brain with Light and Sound

NINE: Electric Brain Power: Recharging the Batteries

TEN: Motion and the Brain

ELEVEN: Supercharging Your Senses: Acoustic Field Generators

TWELVE: Sounds of Silence, Visions from the Void: Reduced Stimulation

THIRTEEN: Changing Channels: Brain Tuning and State Change

FOURTEEN: Deep Relaxation on Command

FIFTEEN: Beyond Relaxation: Self-Hypnosis and Suggestion

SIXTEEN: Seeing in the Mind's Eye: Visualization

SEVENTEEN: Deep Self: Exploration and Transformation


NINETEEN: Your Tools for Superintelligence

TWENTY: Becoming the Ultimate Athlete

TWENTY-ONE: The Mental Edge: Peak Performance and the Inner Game

TWENTY-TWO: Brain-Powered Sex

TWENTY-THREE: Creativity

TWENTY-FOUR: Awakening and Transcendence: Techno-Shamanism and the
Democratization of Bliss

TWENTY-FIVE: Riding the Big Wave: Ultradian Rhythms and Mind Machines

TWENTY-SIX: Full-Speed Recovery: Ending Addiction and Substance Abuse

TWENTY-SEVEN: Your High-Tech Weight-Loss System

TWENTY-EIGHT: Free At Last: Ending Anxiety, Depression and Phobias

TWENTY-NINE: Ending the Reign of Pain

THIRTY: From Learning Disabilities to Learning Superabilities

THIRTY-ONE: Supercharging Your Immune System

THIRTY-TWO: Brain Power Nutrients

THIRTY-THREE: the smart drug revolution cognition-enhancement drugs and peak performance pills

THIRTY-FOUR: Using Smart Drugs with Mind Machines



The thinking person's guide to finding and using mind machines--the cutting-edge, inexpensive new technology for tapping into and improving brain power. Human beings never use 90% of their brain power, but a growing mental fitness movement is changing that with technological mind-expansion. Photos and line drawings.

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Editorial Reviews

Publishers Weekly - Publisher's Weekly
Hutchison ( Megabrain ) is one of the pioneer promoters of brain-boosting technology. And while his book proclaims the infinite potential of mind technology and ``smart'' pills, it also includes this disclaimer: ``Some of the devices and procedures described here are experimental in nature. . . . None of the information contained in this book should be construed as a claim or representation that these devices are intended for use in the diagnosis, cure, treatment, or prevention of disease. . . . The use of some of these devices may be dangerous for those who are not in sound mental and physical health.'' Still, despite these introductory words of caution, Hutchison claims that research conducted by a variety of psychiatrists and psychologists, educators, therapists, physicians and clinicians proves that mind machines do work: they boost IQs, enchance creativity, increase memory and sexual pleasure, alleviate pain and overcome depression and anxiety. None of these assertions is substantiated by specific studies, only by vague allusions to ongoing research. The book catalogues the devices used in brain-mind fitness, such as the flotation tank, designed to provide sensory restriction. Also explained is how technology can be combined with brain-power nutrients for super mind-expansion. Mind enhancement through machines and nutrients is a seductive thought: Who wouldn't want to boost their IQ if all they had to do was soak in an isolation tank? But Hutchison is too uncritical an advocate of the nascent technology, and his book, though entertaining and skillfully written, is a manual of a pseudo-science, to be consumed with a shaker of salt. (Mar.)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781492820154
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 9/25/2013
  • Pages: 310
  • Sales rank: 383,538
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 11.00 (h) x 0.65 (d)

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