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Macmillan Audio Complete Catalogue Oct 2016

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    Distributor: Raincoast Book Distribution Limited Supplies to: CA Availability: Not available (reason unspecified) On Sale Date: Feb 06, 2007 Carton Quantity: 20 $36.95 CAD
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Train Your Mind, Change Your Brain
How a New Science Reveals Our Extraordinary Potential to Transform Ourselves
By (author): Sharon Begley Read by: Eliza Foss
Sharon Begley ,

Read by :

Eliza Foss


Macmillan Audio



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CD standard audio format
CD-Audio , CD standard audio format


General Trade
Feb 06, 2007
$36.95 CAD


5.79in x 5.44 x 0.79 in | 140 gr


Includes 5 CDs with a run time of 6 hours
Macmillan Audio
SELF-HELP / Personal Growth / General

Is change possible? Everyone who has tried and failed, wished they could be happier, or has been told they were too old to learn something, has wondered why we just seem to be stuck with ourselves. But this amazing and hopeful audiobook shows us that it is not only possible for us to control our brains but also for us to rewire them.

In late 2004, the Mind and Life Institute brought Western Scientists together with the Dalai Lama and other distinguished Buddhist masters to discuss the cutting edge research being conducted in neuroplasticity, which examines whether neurons can be changed and even grown.

The findings are as astonishing as they are helpful. Flying in the face of previous assumptions, the current research shows that not only is it possible for us to change the physical brain, but it is within reach of every single one of us.

Through research into neuroplasticity, it has been shown that we can:
• Reset our happiness meter
• Heal from depression, even major episodes
• Learn new skills even in old age
• Learn—and even teach—compassion, a critical finding for personal happiness and a more peaceful world

Surprising, encouraging, and full of good news that we all want to hear, Sharon Begley'sTrain Your Mind, Change Your Brain will help us not only change our brains but also the way we approach our lives—for the better.

Sharon Begley is the science editor of theThe Wall Street Journal and was formerly a senior editor atNewsweek magazine for twenty-five years. She has won many awards for her articles and is a frequent guest on radio and television, discussing science topics onThe Charlie Rose Show,Today Weekend, theCBS Morning Show, theImus Show,Fox & Friends and others.

Eliza Foss has performed in numerous theaters both in New York City and around the country. She's performed inTen Unknown, Natural Selection, andAngels Don't Dance, among others. She has appeared in the filmsSplit Ends andChutney Popcorn as well as on television inLaw & Order andThe Merrow Report. She holds a M.F.A from the New York University Graduate Acting Program. Eliza has narrated over thirty audiobooks and short stories, includingThe Mermaid Chair by Sue Monk Kidd,The Beck Diet Solution by Judith S. Beck, andBig Love by Sarah Dunn. She was featured in AudioFile magazine as one of “audio’s hottest romance narrators.”

"The Dalai Lama, Buddhist monks and some of the world's leading neuroscientists all gather once a year at a conference on the latest discoveries in neuroplasticity: the study of how the human brain can change itself. ...his remarkable conference serves as the center of Wall Street Journal science columnist Begley's account of neuroplasticity." - Publishers Weekly

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