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pdf ↠ Ä Tara Swart Life changing opportunities pass us by every day – now we can train our minds to seize themSelf help books like The Secret promise that we can control our destiny by reshaping our minds Despite scepticism these systems have been used by millions of people for generations WhyBecause if we strip away the mumbo jumbo The Secret and its forbears are fundamentally powerful – and they are backed up by the latest breakthroughs in neuroscience and behavioural psychology Because most of the things we want from life – health happiness wealth love – are governed by our ability to think fe This book is great But it's really for those who haven't read The Secret or alike It's a great intro into the mind business for those who haven't yet been introduced to the power of our minds and the fact that most religions speak ultimately about the same things which just lead back to the man himselfherself etcSo I think this makes for a great gift for someone you wish started reading about how to change your life with your own thinkingBut if you're familiar with this science then I must say I didn't find anything new here Just the voice of a new writer But I'm always glad to see people fighting for this to be heard and seen in a new light We all prefer personal stories to scientific theoriesThank you NetGalley for the chance to read this in exchange for my honest review

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Download The Source mobi æ 288 pages Ñ Tara Swart ✓ [Ebook] ➠ The Source By Tara Swart – Eyltransferservices.co.uk Life changing opportunities pass us by every day – now we can train our minds to seize themSelf help books like The Secret promise that we can control our destiny by reshaping our minds Des El and act in other words by our brainWhat if a neuroscientist could take the best of The Secret – together with its original source book The Master Key System and make it accessible for a new generationWhat if a book offered a rigorous proven toolkit for unlocking our minds and reaching our fullest potentialThat neuroscientist is Dr Tara Swart And that book is The Source‘Tara Swart is an extremely calming presence all the so for being palpably intelligent Her brain appears to reuire no boosting I’d sign up in an eye blink I like her – a lot’ Hannah Betts The Times‘Dr Tara S First off this is an exceptionally well written enjoyable read The mix of biography anecdotes science and experience is probably as perfect as it can beI have always been a stern believer in the power of the mind and its ability to ‘attract’ the results we envisage Whether positive or negative for that manner To read the science behind this and how we can changeaffect engrained neural passageways is exceptionally interestingI have to be honest I did not give myself completely to the knowledge that has been imparted as I haven’t planned to do all the activities for now but that does not deter from how brilliant the gist of this book is I certainly can’t fault its intention nor its content and guidance Even if I take on board one or two of the pillars of this book for now I know that I will I see positive outcomes in my lifeThank you Dr Tara Swart for a great readThank you NetGalley and the publisher for a review copy

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The SourceWart is friendly charming and knows what she’s talking about Having ualified as a doctor then trained as a neuroscientist she worked as a psychiatrist before going into private practice as a highly sought after expert to the rich and famous’ Janet Street Porter Daily Mail‘Neuroscientist Dr Tara Swart works with some of the City’s highest earning and most respected leaders in finance law and media’ Evening Standard‘Dr Swart has become one of the most prominent voices in the field of neuroscience and counts among her clients some of the biggest names in business’ The Telegra Thanks to HarperCollins for the ARC at BEA 2019This book left me very conflicted Dr Tara Swart by all accounts seems like an incredibly intelligent and accomplished person She takes time to discuss in the early sections of this book about how people misuse neuroscientific language in self help guides to seem intelligent And as a budding neuroscientist and science communicator I understand the importance of making scientific insights approachable to a general audience But I feel this book falls into the same traps of a lot of the self help guides that the author tried to differentiate herself from The scientific points are very simple and lack much depth and many of the groundbreaking facts she notes are increasingly common knowledge we don't use 10% of our brain Exercise is good for your mental and physical health Visualizing accomplishing a task helps you to actually accomplish a task Our brains are not set in stone but are actually pLaSTic Overall I felt this book didn't really bring much to the table but it wasn't necessarily BAD I guess if you truly are a novice this book is useful But I feel it is marketed as having depth than it actually has