My Stroke of Insight : A Brain Scientist’s Personal Journey
by Jill Bolte Taylor
Editor: Penguin Putnam Inc
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The astonishing New York Times best-seller best seller who tells how a brain of the scientist’s own race led to enlightenment, on December 10,1996, Jill Bolte Taylor, 37, trained at Harvard, scientific brain underwent a massive stroke in the left hemisphere of his brain.As she watched her mind deteriorate to the point that she could not walk, speak, read, write, or recall her life in less than four hours-Taylor in alternating between the euphoria of intuitive and kinesthetic right brain, in which she felt a feeling of complete well-being and peace, and of logic, sequential left brain, which recognized that she would not be able to walk, talk, read, write, or recall her life in less than four hours-Taylor.It will take eight years to fully recoverFor Taylor, his run was a blessing and a revelation.He taught him that by “intensification of the right” left of our brain, we can discover the sensations of well-being that are often put aside by the “brain chatter”.”Reach a wide audience through his speech at the Conference Technology, Entertainment, Design (TED) and his appearance on the Soul of the Series’ online Oprah show, Taylor provides a valuable recovery guide for people affected by brain damage and a source of inspiration testifying that inner peace is accessible to all.
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