Buddha’s Brain: The Practical Neuroscience of Happiness, Love, and Wisdom

Buddha's Brain

Authors: Rick Hanson,Richard Mendius, Daniel J. Siegel, Jack Kornfield

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Buddha and other such legends were people with brains no different from ours. But they trained theirs to seek happiness, contentment, and peace, and to give up anxiety and negative thinking. As a result, they became the greatest teachers of the world and changed the lives of millions. Buddha’s Brain shows you how you too can achieve this higher state of consciousness.

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