Brain States by Tom Kenyon
Tom Kenyon, a psychologist and musician, has spent years studying the effects of sound, music, and language on the human nervous system. Kenyon offers a technical excursion into how the brain works, noting the clear distinction between brain and mind. To do this he ascends to the heavens with Pegasus and drops by a shopping mall to visit an amoeba. Through Kenyon's book, the reader will learn to overcome test anxiety, increase intelligence, power athletic abilities, hone language skills, cure numerous psychological problems, tweak creativity, and jump into altered states of consciousness.
- Paperback: 287 pages
- Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.8 x 8.5 inches