mBraining: Using your multiple brains to do cool stuff

The latest scientific research shows you have three brains! You have complex and fully functional brains in your heart, your gut and your head. In this groundbreaking book, you’ll discover the latest neuroscience findings about your multiple brains (head, heart and gut brains) and what they have to offer for increasing intuitive abilities and for immediately generating wiser decision-making in your daily life. Providing you with numerous practical and easy to learn methods, this book shows how to communicate with and tap into the innate intelligence of your multiple brains. mBraining coaches you in aligning your three brains to achieve greater wisdom, success and happiness in a world of massive change. Utilizing the powerful and practical methodologies of NLP, Cognitive Linguistics and Behavioral Modeling, the authors have synthesized a remarkably wide range of research findings into an integrated approach that is practical, potent, and immediate in its results. Now scientific knowledge is finally catching up with deep insights from esoteric and spiritual traditions informing us for thousands of years about these three powerful intelligences. This is not a popular science book, nor is it a typical self-help book. This is a book that both breaks new ground as well as complementing many other spiritual and self-development practises. In this book, you’ll learn the process of ‘mBraining’ – the process of aligning and harnessing the power of your multiple brains. The suite of practical methods it provides is part of an amazing new field called ‘mBIT’ – multiple Brain Integration Techniques. This is a book that changes lives by giving you a real ‘how’. Written in an easy to read and entertaining style, this is a highly accessible guide to understanding the scientific basis behind your gut intuitions, your heart-felt emotions, and your head-based creative powers. The lessons in this book can transform your relationship to yourself, to others, and to the world in which you live. If you are serious about your self-evolution, this book is a must read! Learn to use your multiple brains to do cool and amazing things in your life!

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3 comments for “mBraining: Using your multiple brains to do cool stuff

  1. Dr. S. Henwood
    June 25, 2013 at 8:43 PM

    WOW – SIt up and take note There are a few times in life when you know you have come across something that is significant – and that will change the way you do your life. As an NLP Trainer, I have had experience of huge personal development over the last decade, yet there were some aspects which were not yet quite complete for me. I knew there was even more. As an Associate Professor I have worked with (and am still working with) people internationally to acquire (and facilitate dissemination) of an evidence base to support NLP and its effectiveness (see anlp.org for details about the research conference and research journals hosted by ANLP). I know how important the perceived credibility of change and development techniques are, especially within health care practice.Then I found mBIT. Grant and Marvin have done an awesome job in researching the underpinning evidence to humans having more than one ‘brain’ and have set time aside getting that right before opening that new field up to wider discussion and debate. They have spent time modelling their findings to check and revise their work, before offering it out for wider use.What I have found in this book appears simple – yet is hugely profound. It picks up where NLP left off (in my view), giving NLP a pathway to be even more effective. Like all great research you get that gestalt – that recognition of ‘I know this is true’ – it makes sense – yet I didn’t know how to use it – how to make sense of it – how to use it to take me to a whole new level. This book does that. To be fair – I wanted even greater understanding and experience so have followed the book up with attending the mBIT coach training so that I can really understand it and apply it and am now revisiting the book and reading it again at a whole new level.What I see is a huge and exciting vision by two passionate leaders who want the whole world to do life differently for the benefit of everyone. People who are modelling that vision by sharing their work and opening their work up to a growing community of ‘explorers’ who can take it further together as it develops and grows. Who would not want to know more about that? Who would not want to be part of that?I belief this book to be pivotal in opening up new ways of thinking, which I am sure will continue to expand and evolve. I would encourage you to read it, then follow that up by finding out even more through accessing the growing community of people exploring this in practice.One note – be open to and be prepared for this to change you. This has the potential to change your map of the world, to change how you are in the world. For me – this book (along with the coaching training) opened the door to finding who I really am – who God created me to be – breaking down the layers of what society has said I have to be, or what key people in my life have told me am I – and I had chosen to believe. Now I am starting a new journey of discovery of who I am and what I am here to do – opening up a whole new world of possibility …WOW!Get on board and enjoy the ride! I believe this book and the mBIT processes have the opportunity to make a huge difference in the world.

  2. pfbt
    June 25, 2013 at 8:45 PM

    A bridge to the scientific underpinnings of NLP One of the challenges for the behavioural technology known as NeuroLinguistic Programming has been maintaining the rigour of approach that its founders had. In academic circles, NLP is met with varying views from disdain to acceptance. What is not appreciated is that although Grinder and Bandler did not produce peer-reviewed papers as the technology developed, their approach to developing the technology was, by all accounts I’ve obtained, thorough and methodical, and with an approach that was in the true scientific spirit. The last two decades have seen the fragmentation of NLP into a spectrum of flavours and, indeed, qualities. One of the important discussions some of us have had is how to develop NLP in such a way that it extends its relevance and regains its a rigorous approach to its claims and its methodology.Oka and Soosalu have taken on a remarkably challenging task and point the way to a profound evolution of this discipline. The task is challenging because of the breadth of science that needs to be considered along with incorporating the best of NLP and Behavioural Modelling as well as the insights from ancient traditions. It is for this that the book gets 5 stars from me.This praise notwithstanding, there are refinements I hope to see in any subsequent editions. The primary one of those is the inclusion of the references in the book. Much is made of the scientific backing to the claims made in the book. Indeed, if you go to the associated website, a full list of the references is available in a spreadsheet and, indeed, the list includes articles from reputable journals. There are also many references from more popular sources and with some work, you can determine that most of the popular articles are founded on genuine research and peer-reviewed science. But the reader shouldn’t have to do this much work to trace the original sources, chaps. So, please include the references in the next edition (proper citations and referencing): it will keep your academically-inclined readers much happier. My other quibble is more a matter of personal taste: the writing style will not appeal to everyone. For my taste, it is too chatty and just a bit too `cool’ and that made it more difficult to read (for me) and detracted from the profound implications of the message.But, back to the great bits. The developments that Oka and Soosalu offer answer questions about how to bring congruency and deep understanding of oneself to personal evolution. A central element to the NLP methodology is helping establish alignment between conscious and unconscious processes. It’s likely that nearly all practitioners of NLP have encountered times when it seemed that there had to be an easier way to establish alignment and communication between the physiological, emotional and cognitive processes that govern our expression of our values and our identities. Well, there is an easier and more effective way and `mBraining’ is pointing the way.From a larger perspective, it is both refreshing and a relief to find authors in this area with both a respect for and understanding of science. For quality NLP to survive and develop, it needs to draw on such discipline … after all, that’s how it got started.

  3. James Marris
    June 25, 2013 at 9:01 PM

    Jump aboard for this amazing ride As a Business and Life Coach I value “Cool Stuff”; especially when its at the leading edge of science for inspiring and motivating self, family, teams and business.Something in my Heart drew me to invest in “mBraining” and you know all of sudden my head began making meaning out of what was missing in my world.With this book as an inspiration and guide I now have the drive and courage to align my life more fully to aim and ultimately attain my highest level of purpose.Thank you to co-founders Grant Soosalu and Marvin Oka for your passion and bringing together these wonderful scientific insights and techniques in an easy read format that enables quick reference and readability; this is one book I will read over and over again.You know?, deep inside I feel this is just the beginning of an amazing journey.I highly recommend if you’re reading this jump aboard for this amazing ride.

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