The Open-Focus Brain - Power To Heal Mind And Body – Mindsetchronicle

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Nils Rider

In my simple opinion, Les Fehmi is basically describing the effects from ( a somewhat advanced) meditation practice, though almost never using the word. This could maybe be a an advantage to engage people, scpectical about meditation and where it comes from,. Especially since he provides ( a somehwat dubious) clinical and scientific background.
He divides modes of attention into a 2x2 grid, with diffused - narrow on the one side and immersed - objective on the other. I find this terms quite useful. Other than that, the focus on space is quite in terms with some meditation practices ( Jonathan Foust uses some of these in his guided meditations, Rob Burbea surely could be said to have some overlap aswelll). Besides these 2-3 good points, the book comes in a standard american self-help fashion, providing its content as the cure-for-all and boring case-studies.

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l.e.

This book is really quite special in how it unveils the concept of diffuse, non-spacial thinking he describes as Open Focus thinking. I’ve incorporated a lot of this into my meditation practice and it has been wondrous. That being said, he spends a little too much time hyping his specific brand of treatment for this to be a perfect book, despite the overwhelming appeal of his main concept. It actually is kind of life changing.