Redesign Your Mind

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Eric Maisel

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Change Not Only What You Think—But How You Think

#1 New Release in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Movements, and Counseling & Psychology

Experience a complete mental fitness and cognitive change program through simple visualization exercises. Eric Maisel, PhD. guides you through techniques that change not only what you think—but how you think.

Your mind is yours to redesign, redecorate and create! The idea that you are what you think has concerned philosophers from Marcus Aurelius to the Buddha. Today, this age-old message is delivered via cognitive behavioral therapy and CBT techniques. Dr. Maisel moves cognitive change a giant step forward by describing the room that is your mind and how human consciousness is experienced there. Packed with visualization exercises, this accessible guide makes redesigning your mind and changing what you think easy and simple, an upgrade to the CBT method.

Visualization exercises for easy assembly. That room that is your mind is a space that you can decorate, air out, furnish, and turn into a truly congenial place. By practicing these easy-to-understand visualization exercises, you can redesign your mind and change not only what you think but how you think. Each of these techniques addresses major challenges like depression, anxiety, addiction, procrastination, and loneliness and promote cognitive growth, trauma healing, and fundamental change.

Inside, you’ll also find information that could help you:

  • Increase your creativity
  • Reduce your anxiety
  • Rid yourself of chronic depression
  • Recover from addiction
  • Heal from past trauma
  • Achieve emotional wellbeing
  • Live your life purposes

Eric Maisel

ERIC MAISEL, PHD, is the author of more than fifty books on creativity and personal growth. Widely regarded as America’s foremost creativity coach, he is a retired family therapist and a noted leader in the movement known as critical psychology. He writes the Rethinking Mental Health blog for Psychology Today and facilitates creativity and deep writing workshops around the world. He lives in Walnut Creek, California. EricMaisel.com
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