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From caves to condos, from spears to space ships and from stone to electronic tablets, human beings have broken multiple barriers to pave the path of progress. Today, we are materially much more prosperous than we were a couple of centuries ago, but are we happier and more fulfilled? For many of us, the answer is a bewildering 'no'. We often feel anxious and lost, as if liFrom caves to condos, from spears to space ships and from stone to electronic tablets, human beings have broken multiple barriers to pave the path of progress. Today, we are materially much more prosperous than we were a couple of centuries ago, but are we happier and more fulfilled? For many of us, the answer is a bewildering 'no'. We often feel anxious and lost, as if living somebody else's life.The author argues that the answer lies inside our minds and it is within the highs and lows of our thoughts, we can find clues for addressing our discontent and confusions about life. He explores an innovative method - The Information Processing Approach (IPA) - to understand how the human mind works and throws light on questions such as 'Who am I', 'What's the purpose of my life', 'Why do I dislike my job' and 'How can I improve my personal relationships'. He takes you on a momentous journey of self-discovery....

Title : Mind - The Final Frontier: Decoding the Human Mind
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ISBN : 9781482884937
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 182 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Mind - The Final Frontier: Decoding the Human Mind Reviews

  • Anubhav Jha
    2019-03-14 12:16

    A refreshing take on the deeper questions of life and its intricacies. The book goes deep into the working of the mind yet is practical enough to keep the reader engaged at all times. A book worth the time spent.

  • Nishtha
    2019-03-19 16:16

    The book is pretty interesting. IPA technique is something that you can really apply and see if it works for you.One of those books you can place on your book shelf and keep revisiting.

  • Ravi Singh
    2019-03-23 10:25