Lancaster Adams

Revelations of Your Self-Help Book Secrets

Is your mind actually able to send and receive messages from other people’s brains? Explore these secrets now revealed by the author’s quest. Enjoy the facts and results of the latest neuroscience as they now unfold. Revelations of Your Self-Help Book Secrets begins with explaining the brain’s function, the role of quantum physics, and our current incomplete knowledge of the neuroscience of dreaming. This fascinating journey through science and self-help literature explores what we call “psychic phenomena.” Author Lancaster Adams is a medical doctor, surgeon, scientist, and medical missionary. In the book, he describes his quest to comprehend the underlying science of a disturbing dream, one with a premonition he had just before his father’s illness killed him. Across a span of 6,000 miles, the dream communicated hard facts about his father’s previously unknown mortal illness. The incident prompted real communication that confirmed his father’s impending death, prompting him to ask how this type of premonition is possible. Using light-hearted humor and anecdotes, Revelations illuminates how our brains actually work. Perhaps through our shared humanity, we can identify aspects of our lives that will prove we are not alone in an existential nothingness. And, perhaps we can also learn the answers our brains hold that the best computers in the world can’t answer.
170 printed pages
Copyright owner
Strategic Book Publishing
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  • b5145868201has quoted5 years ago
    One personal account with a probable extrasensory perception (ESP) experience will be indulged in, together with some of the questions such experiences raise. Although this is anecdotal and does not reach the criteria of statistical exactitude expected by you the reader, it does serve as an example by which to explore together the fascinating phenomena which inspire and enthrall both self-help writers and readers alike.
  • Azr Dumphas quoted3 months ago
    you want to be happy, set a goal that commands your thoughts, liberates your energy, and inspires your hopes”
    —Andrew Carnegie, industrialist and philanthropist
  • Azr Dumphas quoted3 months ago
    “No pleasure is comparable to the study upon the vantage ground of truth.”
    —Francis Bacon

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