Resources
to keep & to improve our mental gears rolling & clicking smoothly.

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A free website www.lumosity.com offers fun games to improve one’s mind & its various functions.

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Those early years, & even the prenatal period, are much more important for a child’s mind’s development than experts have previously believed. The following 2 books explain why.

Mendizza, Michael & Pearce, Joseph Chilton
Magical Parent Magical Child: The Optimum Learning Relationship, special workshop edition, 2002.
What I especially like about this one is that segments from Pearce’s 3 previous books appear in the margins to illustrate & amplify the points he is making.

Pearce, Joseph Chilton
Evolution’s End: Claiming the Potential of Our Intelligence. 1992.
A meticulous thinker considers our neural system’s potential to absorb, store, & use information & how we might be able to tap into these remarkable resources we carry within us yet seldom access.

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The following book is an excellent resource of information & exercises to stimulate one’s brain so it doesn’t go stale as we become old farts, somewhere everyone’s headed. It’s never too soon to start learning & using these suggestions.

Goldman, Robert with Ronald Klatz & Lisa Berger
Brain Fitness: Anti-Aging Strategies for Achieving Super Mind Power, 1999.