The Quick Course series of books from the Oxford Centre for the Mind are designed raise your levels of mental performance by focusing on the fundamentals of what it means to use your mind effectively. Each course covers the essentials of its subject, providing practical advice and a number of exercises. The Quick Course series builds up into a complete mind and brain development course that will help you to achieve your full potential. Your brain devotes a huge proportion of its resources to processing the information derived from your five senses, primarily from what you see. By learning to visualise, you can start to use those parts of your brain for your own purposes. The more of your brain you use, the more effective it will be. So by learning to visualise, you can improve your overall mental performance. The Visualisation Quick Course from The Oxford Centre for the Mind will show you how to do just that as well as how to apply visualisation techniques to a number of different scenarios such as helping to develop your memory, achieving your goals and improving your physical performance.
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Having studied law at Cambridge, Gary Lorrison started off his career working in London as a solicitor but quickly saw the light and left the legal profession to develop his interest in the mind. He quickly earned two degrees in philosophy but found himself focusing on how one could use the techniques of philosophy, psychology and science to run one's mind more effectively. Since 2003, he has been actively involved in running personal development training programmes to help people improve their mental performance. He has a special interest in memory training and other ways of helping people absorb information as well as the techniques of logical, critical and analytical thinking and the limits of human rationality. He is currently the director of The Oxford Centre for the Mind, a leading centre for improving intellectual, cognitive and overall mental performance. In his spare time he enjoys walking in the countryside, takes a keen interest in music playing a number of instruments and is an occasional skydiver. He lives on a farm near Oxford with four dogs, three cats, three ducks, six geese, about five hundred sheep and the occasional human being.
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