Brain States (Book)

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287 Pages
World Tree Press; March 1, 2001
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Tom Kenyon, a psychologist and musician, has spent years studying the effects of sound, music, and language on the human nervous system. Kenyon offers a technical excursion into how the brain works, noting the clear distinction between brain and mind. To do this he ascends to the heavens with Pegasus and drops by a shopping mall to visit an amoeba. Through Kenyon's book, the reader will learn to overcome test anxiety, increase intelligence, power athletic abilities, hone language skills, cure numerous psychological problems, tweak creativity, and jump into altered states of consciousness.

Tom Kenyon holds a Master's degree in Psychological Counseling with over 19 years in private practice. He founded Acoustic Brain Research in 1983 to scientifically document the effects of sound and music on consciousness. He transforms consciousness through his almost four octave voice and presents the energy of Mary Magdalen through catalytic sounds.

Toms life studies and many lifetimes of remembrances, complete with background knowledge and experience allow him to move with equal facility between Tibetan Buddhism, Egyptian High Alchemy, Taoism and Hinduism and the sciences relative to each. A workshop or teaching experience with him leaves you empowered with a vast body of knowledge suffused with tones that awaken all the physical centers, thus allowing for greater understanding of the words and Spirit imparted.