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Revelations Of Your Self-Help Book Secrets
     

Revelations Of Your Self-Help Book Secrets

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by Lancaster Adams
 
Lancaster Adams is a medical doctor, surgeon, scientist and medical missionary. He describes his quest to comprehend the underlying science of a disturbing dream, one with a premonition he had just before his father's illness killed him.

The dream communicated hard facts about his father's heretofore unknown mortal illness across a span of 6,000 miles. This incident

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Lancaster Adams is a medical doctor, surgeon, scientist and medical missionary. He describes his quest to comprehend the underlying science of a disturbing dream, one with a premonition he had just before his father's illness killed him.

The dream communicated hard facts about his father's heretofore unknown mortal illness across a span of 6,000 miles. This incident prompted real world communication that confirmed his father's impending death. Some might say this is a common enough experience, but the author asks how this is possible.

Revelations of Your Self-Help Book Secrets begins with explaining the brain's function, the role of quantum physics and our current incomplete knowledge of the neuroscience of dreaming. This journey through neuroscience and self-help literature explores what has in the past been termed "psychic phenomena."

Using light-hearted humor and anecdotes, the book draws heavily on the thinking associated with self-help literature to illuminate how our brains actually work. It is hoped that through our shared common humanity, we will identify aspects of our lives that will provide support and guidance to prove we are not alone in an existential nothingness.

Human evolution has permitted us to communicate with each other in ways that require much more attention from neuroscientists and psychologists. It is time to uncover more of our mind's workings that have previously been shunned.

About the Author: Raised near Liverpool, England, Lancaster Adams now resides in Newport Beach, California, where he is an eye surgeon. He is currently writing his next book.

Publisher's website: http://sbpra.com/LancasterAdams

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781612041469
Publisher:
Strategic Book Group, LLC
Publication date:
02/07/2012
Pages:
160
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.37(d)

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Revelations of Your Self-Help Book Secrets: Neuroscience and Psychology of the Self-Help Literature as it Reveals the Challenge of Understanding Thoug 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Premonitions of impending deaths or serious accidents of close friends occurred to me on several occasions in my younger life .These visions were vivid and dramatic, leaving unforgettable feelings. Now, Lancaster Adams has written a book explaining these visions- what he calls anomalous extra cranial thoughts. Quite common, it appears, yet science has been unable to explain this phenomenon until this book: Revelations Of Your Self-Help Book Secrets. Mr. Adams enlivens the quantum physics and neuroscience with humor and fun quotations that make his explanations easily understood by the non-scientist. Many of us have these sporadic thoughts. This great little book takes us closer to understanding them. A fun and informative read. Five stars !
Self-help-Bookworm More than 1 year ago
'Revelations of Your Self-Help Book Secrets' by Lancaster Adams goes way beyond Rhonda Byrne's book The Secret. He gets into the science inside our brains in language that is easy to understand. We all experience times when strong thoughts of other people flood our minds, often with premonitions of significant events. Adams discounts the "universal mind" proclaimed in The Secret and offers up some juicy explanations as to what our brains are up to. He's funny , yet serious. A thinking person's book as Adams raises questions over and over about the incredible capability of thoughts to reach out to others beyond the confines of our heads. Science is catching up ! For all the New Agers seizing on validation on the brain's self-referring plasticity and ability to change, Adams does not disappoint. Buy it and enjoy reading it again and again , until you have milked every last drop of self-help wisdom he espouses ! Yes, I liked it !!