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Rewire your brain for inner peace using the neuroscience techniques used by the Buddha himself

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The Practical Neuroscience of Happiness, Love, and Wisdom is a non-fiction book written by Rick Hanson and Richard Mendius. The book explores the connection between the brain and Buddhism, and how Buddhist practices can be used to improve mental and emotional well-being.

The book is well-written and easy to understand, making it accessible to a wide audience. The authors provide a detailed and scientific explanation of the brain and how it works, which is beneficial for readers who may not have a background in neuroscience. They also provide clear and practical examples of how to apply Buddhist practices to improve one’s mental and emotional well-being.

One of the strengths of the book is its emphasis on the importance of daily practices and habits, rather than just occasional meditation sessions. This approach is more realistic and achievable for the average reader.

However, some readers may criticize the book for its lack of in-depth discussion of Buddhism. The book primarily focuses on the practical application of Buddhism, rather than a deeper exploration of its history, teachings, and philosophy. Additionally, some may argue that the book oversimplifies Buddhism and presents it as a purely psychological tool, rather than a rich spiritual tradition.

Overall, Buddha’s Brain is an informative and accessible guide for those interested in the connection between the brain and Buddhism, and how to apply Buddhist practices to improve mental and emotional well-being. However, it may not be suitable for readers looking for a deeper exploration of Buddhism as a spiritual tradition.


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