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The Ancestral Mind: Reclaim the Power

by Gregg Jacobs

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Why, at a time we’re better off materially and live longer than any generation in history, are depression and stress reaching epidemic rates? As Dr. Gregg Jacobs argues, emerging scientific research suggests our emotional well-being is suffering due to our overreliance on the Thinking Mind—the rational, verbal, self-conscious part of ourselves. In the course of history we have gradually become severed from a deeper, older part of our humanity. Dr. Jacobs offers a practical program for re-engaging with this indelible part of our being, explaining how to access life-enhancing positive emotions while minimizing negative ones; connect with a more intuitive intelligence and foster a deeper, expanded sense of daily awareness; and achieve a more integrated concept of self through a closer harmony of intellect and emotion.

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