Total Recall: A Reader’s Guide to Memory Gain - Giulio Bonasera
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Total Recall: A Reader’s Guide to Memory Gain

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‘’Two of the books’ dictates seemed like they were demonstrably working. First, Dr. Amen recommends that you spend 15 minutes a day in deep prayer or meditation, which “reliably activates the prefrontal cortex.” Of the 30 days I tried meditating — I stare at a spot on the wall, and repeatedly clear my mind — I was unable to focus eight times and fell asleep once. But two of the sessions led to the most productive workdays I’ve had all year.’’ - Henry Alford