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A Changed Mind : How to Go Beyond Self Awareness, Rewire Your Brain & Become Extraordinary, Hardback Book

A Changed Mind : How to Go Beyond Self Awareness, Rewire Your Brain & Become Extraordinary Hardback



The story of one man's journey to go beyond self awareness and the science of how to actually change your mind. You know your beliefs are holding you back. But you probably don't know how to actually change them. What if I told you that you could go beyond personal development, beyond self awareness, and actually rewire the way that you think in less than thirty days? And by learning how to do THAT, radically transform who you are, your reality, and your life. Just a little over a decade ago, I was running a venture-backed technology company while hiding a deep, dark secret.

I was a drug addict, a sex addict, and an alcoholic.

My inability to control my mind was so strong that my life had become completely unmanageable.

I lost everything, and it was in that implosion that I discovered personal development.

It wasn't long, however, that I felt stuck in this new world of self-help-acutely aware of the fact that I was holding myself back, but having no idea how to actually change my thinking. I've spent the last ten years looking for the answer to a simple question: how can I change my mind?

Having immersed myself in neuroscience, peak performance, biohacking, wisdom teachings, meditation, indigenous technologies, breathwork, metaphysics, and consciousness theory and through the distilling down of everything I've learned into a simple framework, I discovered the answer. And this book is the how-to guide.




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