Please note: This is a companion version & not the original book.
Sample Book Insights:
#1 Our attention is all-encompassing. It is the most important factor in our lives. We pay attention with our whole body and mind, and our style of attention impacts the brain’s electrical rhythms.
#2 The brain is the master control panel for our mind and body, and when we change its electrical patterns, we initiate systemwide effects. Our perception, memory, information processing, performance, physiology, and emotional well-being are all influenced by attention.
#3 Narrow-objective attention is how we typically pay attention. It is focusing on one or a few important things as the foreground, and dismissing all other stimuli. It is the type of attention that is measured by an EEG.
#4 Narrow-objective focus is an emergency mode of paying attention that quickly and substantially increases the frequency of the brain’s electrical activity and raises other aspects of physiological arousal, such as heart and respiratory rates.