Thought Revolution invites readers to unlock their whole brain to change the way they see themselves and find the truth in whatever challenges them. Encompassing twelve years of research, the book takes readers on an unexpected journey that will set them free - and it all begins with moving the pen from one hand to the other. The technique is called "intuitive," or "nondominant" hand writing and is the basis for this revolutionary approach to making lasting life changes. Tapping the nondominant subconscious right brain through nondominant hand writing, or drawing, can act as a direct pipeline to one's inner truth, open up creative problem-solving abilities, and help people think outside the box. Others have reported improvements in relationships, reduction in stress, better physical health, discovery of hidden talents, deeper spiritual awareness, healing from trauma, breakthroughs in career, accessing inner wisdom, and connection with a higher power. Inside Thought Revolution William A. Donius offers the science behind nondominant hand writing and teaches readers how to incorporate nondominant hand writing in their own lives. Thought-provoking, easy-to-do exercises and prompts help readers connect more fully with the needs of their subconscious right brains and unlock their hidden genius. "To any reader ridden with the what ifs and the I cannots, I recommend Thought Revolution." - Robert W. Duffy, Associate Editor, St. Louis Beacon
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"After Joyce Bean delivers the foreword with measured grace, narrator Fred Stella brings welcome life to this somewhat ponderous guide to uncovering your hidden creativity. In it, the author explains how the left brain (language, sequential organization, judgment) often squelches the more free-form and authentic energy of the right hemisphere. On a conscious level, this happens in the form of eight lies we tell ourselves. He shows how exercises like journaling, intuitive drawing, and writing with your non-dominant hand can free up the revolutionary ideas we habitually censor. Though officious pride infects the writing occasionally, the author is a humane and insightful teacher. But even with his obvious desire to help, the book would be a challenge to absorb without Stella's verve and engagement. T.W (c) AudioFile 2012, Portland, Maine"
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