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Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Choices and Illusions by Eldon Taylor

Synopsis: An expose on self-improvement tools and techniques to realize a higher self-actualization.

Writing Style: Reporter.

Pacing: Moderate.

Personal Highlights: Choices and Illusions weeds through years of research to champion mental fitness. The content is generous, presented in neutralizing stories, physiological models, modest examples and products such as, validated Innertalk therapies. The elephant example, along with the ‘Good Luck, Bad Luck…who knows’ short story and the ‘storing cortisol’ enlightenment were some of my personal favorites.

Weighing inner mind operations and environmental stimulants, be it natural neurological elements graphed from pure science, or researched theories is a lot to capture and retain, especially for lay minds stuck in ruts struggling to shut out outside noise. Anyone interested in inner-mind relations, or those studying disciplines with the intent to help others get out of mental ruts may want to add Choices and Illusions to their reading lists.

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