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Mind Games: The Guide to Inner Space Paperback – December 25, 1998
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“I can remember discovering Mind Games in the early 1970s and how it spoke to my mind and heart so directly then. It is even more relevant now because its tools and techniques can provide the soul sustenance needed to embrace the new millennium with all its challenges and possibilities. May it open the doorway to the deep adventure of life for millions as it did for so many of us two decades ago.” ―Michael Toms, co-founder, host, and executive producer of New Dimensions Radio and co-author of True Work: The Sacred Dimension of Earning a Living
“Mind Games has reached classic status. Masters and Houston have used their accumulated decades of research experience to help readers regulate their own consciousness as well as direct programs for their friends, family members, students, and business associates. If I had to choose one book that has the potential to transform its readers’ lives for the better, that book would be Mind Games. Its transformative capacities are evident on every page.” ―Stanley Krippner, Ph.D., Saybrook Graduate School, co-author The Mythic Path and co-editor of Broken Images, Broken Selves
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I have used a few exercises from it with other people and found have the exercises to be very workable and easy to integrate into other exercises a group might be using. It's a really good book for stimulating action and discussion, as well as exploration of the potential that each person has.
Not only are the games fun and educational, they help develop imagination, intuition, and other faculties you didnt know you had. (or I didnt know I had anyway) Personal development aside, the exersizes in this book make for a great way to relax and help reduce stress and fatigue. I enjoyed the book imensley and tip my hat to Masters and Houston for putting it together. Thanks.
Very interesting and excited to dive deeper into the book