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Mind Games: The Guide to Inner Space epub ebook

by Jean Houston,Robert Masters

Mind Games: The Guide to Inner Space epub ebook

Author: Jean Houston,Robert Masters
Category: New Age & Spirituality
Language: English
Publisher: The Viking Press; 1st edition (June 20, 1972)
Pages: 246 pages
ISBN: 0670476323
ISBN13: 978-0670476329
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 103
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Published first in 1972, "Mind Games The Guide to Inner Space" was written by Jean Houston and her husband Robert Masters as a "how-to-book of mental exercises for achieving altered states of consciousness without the use of drugs or mysticism.

Published first in 1972, "Mind Games The Guide to Inner Space" was written by Jean Houston and her husband Robert Masters as a "how-to-book of mental exercises for achieving altered states of consciousness without the use of drugs or mysticism. to improve sensory perception, magnify or accelerate mental processes, and retrieve forgotten or inhibited faculties. book jacket) Houston and Masters created. Houston has written 26 books to date and, as a teacher/trainer, is involved with the United Nations Development Program

Published first in 1972, "Mind Games The Guide to Inner Space" was written by Jean Houston and her husband Robert Masters as a "how-to-book of mental exercises for achieving altered states of consciousness without the use of drugs or mysticism. Houston has written 26 books to date and, as a teacher/trainer, is involved with the United Nations Development Program

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Mind Games: The Guide to Inner Space, a book by Robert Masters PhD and Jean Houston, from which John Lennon took the title for his song and album

Mind Games: The Guide to Inner Space, a book by Robert Masters PhD and Jean Houston, from which John Lennon took the title for his song and album. Mind Games: Amazing Mental Arithmetic Made Easy, a book by George Lane. The Mind Game (1980) by Norman Spinrad, a novel about the power of cults. Mind Games (2010) by Carolyn Crane, her debut novel. This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Mind Games.

Yeah, we're playing those mind games forever Projecting our images in space and in time. Lennon wrote this song and took it’s title after reading Robert Masters' and Jean Houston’s Mind Games: The Guide to Inner Space. What have the artists said about the song?

Yeah, we're playing those mind games forever Projecting our images in space and in time. Yes is the answer And you know that for sure Yes is surrender You gotta let it, you gotta let it go. So keep on playing those mind games together Doing the ritual, dancing the sun Millions of mind guerillas Putting their soul power to the karmic wheel. What have the artists said about the song?

Here is the key instruction book to the mind games...exercises of education, ecstasy, entertainment, self-exploration, powerful games of growth. Masters and Houston, both human-potentials researchers of considerable experience and the authors of the 'Varieties of Psychedelic Experience,' describe and instruct the reader-player in the mental exercises they have developed scientifically to alter, explore, and regulate human consciousness. Almost anyone can play. The product of the authors' extensive researches at NY's Foundation for Mind Research, the mind games' message is hopeful: that the powers of the human being are sufficient to deal with the problems that confront us; that man is not something that has to be surpassed, but something yet to be realized. Mind games is a yoga for the West...one that draws on the findings of contemporary psychological, psychiatric, and other investigations of consciousness and latent capacities and their productive applications. There are no drug-induced practices involved...Mind games can teach anyone to use what the authors call the 'mind-brain system' more effectively; the games can improve sensory perception, magnify or accelerate mental processes, and retrieve forgotten or inhibited faculties.
Reviews (7)
Whitescar
Although I own a more recent publication of this same title, I wanted a smaller paperback version that I could more easily carry with me for reading and studying. Through multiple processes of guided meditation, the reader learns to harness the power of imagination, opening pathways that ultimately lead to increased creativity, productivity, and a deeper understanding of oneself and others. Reading the book and following along by oneself is a wonderful experience however the true power of this book is not fully realized unless the "Mind Games" are played within a small group of trusted and like-minded friends or associates. Sharing the experiences with others and discussing them in a group setting works to reinforce the lessons being taught and demonstrated within the book. I highly recommend this book to anyone who is looking to increase their own mental capacities and capabilities while learning about themselves and others.

Molotok
Wonderful Book if you are interested in playing GAMES with the Human Mind. It was recommended to me from a Magician Friend for Idea's to help me with my MENTAL Magic Show.
Some of the Games are pretty HEAVY and can and will reveal a lot about Friends and Relatives or anyone you choose to play out these idea's with. Great Read, Great Material!

Kazimi
awesome condition

Villo
The condition of the book was not as good as I was lead to believe it would be and is not the edition that I wanted.

Oppebro
A long time ago I took a graduate course/workshop (in Systems Science) that both instructed us on the various techniques in this book, and used our new-found skills to do experiments in using our inner mind capabilities to analyze and solve problems (not personal ones - real-world systems problems) and gain new insights. The overall question might be, "Can these altered states of consciousness be used in a directed way to provide different perspectives on systems problems?" One of the experiments involved presenting us with the then-new idea of what we now call ATMs and letting us meditate on them, then recording our reactions.

The methods I learned from this book and in the workshop have stood with me for years, to some extent. For a long time I was able to direct my dreams quite easily, changing the plot or the action - we were able to recognize that what happens in a dream is completely under our control, it's our world and the physics in that world can be changed. I was also able to put myself into various meditative states quite easily, using the methods taught in this book. And I was able to manage my sleep time, able to put myself to sleep for any time period from a few minutes to 10 hours - although if I was already sleep deprived it didn't work so well! So I could take a timed nap of three or four minute between classes, and wake up refreshed.

It was also a fun process. I think that, as the book recommends, it would be best, easier and more enjoyable to do this as part of a group.

I would say that some of the techniques are closely related to self-hypnosis, and so there is room for some caution in allowing yourself to get too carried away. Using almost any effective mind management methods, it is possible to 'think yourself into a state' - to take things too far, too fast, with insufficient guidance. All things in moderation.

LadyShlak
Published first in 1972, "Mind Games The Guide to Inner Space" was written by Jean Houston and her husband Robert Masters as a "how-to-book of mental exercises for achieving altered states of consciousness without the use of drugs or mysticism ... to improve sensory perception, magnify or accelerate mental processes, and retrieve forgotten or inhibited faculties." (book jacket) Houston and Masters created The Foundation for Mind Research in 1965. Houston has written 26 books to date and, as a teacher/trainer, is involved with the United Nations Development Program. She founded the Mystery School in 1982, which is "dedicated to teaching history, philosophy, the New Physics, psychology, anthropology, myth and the many dimensions of human potential."
I haven't tried the games in the book, which require a group of players and a person willing to guide the group. However, I find Houston's work to be interesting and inspiring.

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