Mind Games: The Guide to Inner Space

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Quest Books, Dec 25, 1998 - Self-Help - 237 pages
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This updated edition of the classic mind training exercises that became the bible of consciousness exploration for a generation extends the usefulness of the "games" into corporate, educational, therapeutic, and community settings. A set of "Applications" for each cycle of games gives clear instructions for their use by teachers, therapists, workshop leaders, corporate trainers, church and community leaders, and everyone interested in maximizing their potential for: problem solving, team building,and conflict resolution; increased concentration and productivity; creativity and visionary thinking; stress reduction and relaxation; focused listening and super communication. Group facilitators and everyone who wants to live and work with more focus, flow, and mental flexibility will love this valuable resource. Robert Masters, Ph.D., and Jean Houston, Ph.D., are the husband and wife team whose training programs, corporate and personal growth seminars, and best-selling books, including The Possible Human (Houston) and Neurospeak (Masters) have been at the forefront of the human potential movement for three decades.
 

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About the author (1998)

Masters has been Director of Research of the Foundation for Mind Research for over thirty years.

Robert Masters and Jean Houston are well-known pioneers of modern consciousness research and were both among the founders of the Human Potentials Movement. They also coauthored "Mind Games: The Guide to Inner Space," Among the books Robert Masters has written are "Eros and Evil" and "The Goddess Sekhmet," Jean Houston is also the author of "A Passion for the Possible," "Godseed," and "A Mythic Life," Both authors reside in New York.

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