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Living Zen Remindfully

Living Zen Remindfully

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Item #: D13870
Format: Hardcover
Most of the brain's activities take place in the subconscious, points out neurologist James Austin, and here he explores how this fact can be used to further the practice of Zen. Austin suggests ways that long-term meditative training helps cultivate the hidden, affirmative resource of our unconscious memory, and what he calls "remindfulness" can help us to adapt more effectively ... More
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Most of the brain's activities take place in the subconscious, points out neurologist James Austin, and here he explores how this fact can be used to further the practice of Zen. Austin suggests ways that long-term meditative training helps cultivate the hidden, affirmative resource of our unconscious memory, and what he calls "remindfulness" can help us to adapt more effectively and to live more authentic and creative lives. Here too are fresh assessments of the problems of egocentrism (self-centeredness) and allocentrism (other-centeredness), and an enlightening look at the remarkable processes that encode, store, and retrieve our memories.


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