We aren't out of the woods yet!
Is it any wonder our world sometimes goes ape? Genetically speaking, 99% of our DNA is the same as our closest ape relative. As such, our biological nature carries within it a number of largely unconscious tendencies that influence how we see both ourselves and others more often than we might realize.
So what does it mean for your own daily life? And what does it mean when it comes to managing your own mind? Primal Mind Primal Games tells the tale. Built on 10 years of comparative science research, and drawing on 40+ years of professional counselling experience, Primal Process Theory lets you untangle the jungle of thoughts and emotions that dance daily through your head and heart, revealing the instinctual forces that can both sabotage your life, but also catapult you forward to new levels of understanding and achievement. Comprised of four major components, Primal Mind Primal Games unveils a series of 'skeleton keys' that lets you see, understand and navigate unseen instinct-based programs driving many aspects of how you and others think:
So whether you work in business, advertising, politics, government, law enforcement, the justice system, journalism, the entertainment industry, or in the spheres of education or health care, you owe it to yourself to know how the hidden programs running the ape side of our nature ultimately shape so much of why we do what we do. The restless ape within will thank you, as will those in your world.
Jean Vanier, PhD, Founder of L’Arche
A passionate book! … there is something profound being said… This book is a challenge and an invitation.
Gabor Maté, MD and author
…highly original, intricate and deeply thoughtful… …it is theory with a practical dimension.
Holly Larocque, singer and entertainer
Engaging, readable, brilliant, and for those who chose to allow it, life altering. It is so needed in this weary world!
Roy MacSkimming, Novelist
…an absolutely original, challenging, maddening and ultimately enlightening book.
Island Catholic News
The authors, one surmises, had a lot of fun writing this book, and the reader, despite the seriousness and complexity contained between the covers, will find their enthusiasm infectious.
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