Hardwiring Happiness: The Practical Science of Reshaping Your Brain-and Your Life Paperback – 8 Oct 2013
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"A book to savour, to practise and take to heart" (Prof Mark Williams, author of Mindfulness)
"Simple, accessible, practical..." (Thich Nhat Hanh, author of Peace is Every Breath)
"This book is as clear and inspired as it gets..." (Ruby Wax, author of Sane New World: Taming The Mind)
"Teaches us life-affirming skills...Bravo!" (Prof Daniel J. Siegel, author of Mindsight)
A revolutionary guide to finding happiness through the very latest neuroscience and contemplative techniques.See all Product Description
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This is a really great book which I am reading still. Lots of good information and practices that I am having a go at.Published 3 months ago by goldenfd
Thank you. This book is very good. The idea of finding the flowers stored in your brain, picking them & planting them in your garden(front cortex) watering them each day then... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
Really interesting on all the brain science and how meditation helps us keep on a course toward a life of permanent happiness.Published 5 months ago by Dawne Kovan
To me, this is the best book ever. I have been practising taking in the good now for three years and it has fundamentally changed my life. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Alex
A powerfull message but it is a bit of a long read - basically there is this one message: take in the good. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
Some fantastic concepts and ideas, I've really noticed increased optimism since reading
Occasionally some unnecessary words, could have been refined in sections
The neuroscience of positive thinking. Good for anyone who lives with someone who has the opposing view - did you know that the human brain is predisposed to see the negatives??Published 9 months ago by smiggy