The Art and Science of Light Bulb Moments is an interactive, educational and entertaining guide on how to be inspirational. Tom Evans explains how the mind works (and doesn't work) so you that you can experience inspirations about anything pretty much any time you like. Light bulb moments don't have to be random. If you've ever had an idea, done nothing with it and saw someone else come out with it a year later, this book explains why that happens and how to make sure it doesn't happen again. You will learn the secrets to Whole Brain and Whole Mind Thinking, the importance of the breath and how to reconnect with your vestigial minds and the superconsciousness. Find out where ideas really come from and why most thoughts aren't necessarily your own. Reading this book will quite possibly change your world by helping you spot serendipities, making you luckier and even healthier and wealthier.
Tom is an ex-BBC television engineer turned author.
In his mid-40s, he wrote a book by accident and, before he knew it, became and author's mentor specialising in clearing writer's blocks and teaching writers how to tap into unlimited creativity.
His writing is aimed at exploring what makes us creative (and what stops it). As a result, his area of research has taken him down the route of researching the esoteric and other worldly as well as cutting edge scientific thinking and research.
His aim is to take the esoteric (the occult, obscure and hidden), to demystify it and make it exoteric (known and understood). He is an engaging speaker and works both 1-2-1 with authors and in group workshop.
Tom comes with a big caveat - people who read his books find all sorts of magic starting to emerge in their lives.