The Natural Mind: An Investigation of Drugs and the Higher Consciousness
Now revised and rejacketed, this is Dr. Andrew Weil's first bestseller, a classic work on the principles of consciousness, offering a new model for solving the drug problem by acknowledging our innate yearnings and offering an alternative. "Incisive, brilliant, and genuinely revolutionary".--Michael Crichton, author.
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