This book is the ONLY available resource that reveals what goes on in your mind when you think, set goals, make decisions, etc. and how subconscious and unconscious thoughts and processes influence you, all of which are explained using common sense logic.
It is a result of research done by author Parag Jasani, who has developed Dichotomized Operating System Model, a model that explains how the mind develops and works in the brain. The model is based on Charles Darwin's theory of evolution by natural selection and is the first ever causal account of the human mind.
The significance of his work presented in this book can be gauged by the fact that 169 years after Charles Darwin explained how the process of natural selection contributes to the physical development of organisms; he is the first to demonstrate how the exact same process of natural selection contributes to the mental development of organisms.
Besides explaining mechanisms underlying diverse mind phenomena such as thinking, sensations, perception, awareness, attention, multitasking, instincts, etc., the model solves millennia old mysteries like consciousness, free will, subjective experience, the self, etc. by revealing their underlying mechanisms using a single set of functional components.
In particular, the model shows how a simple mechanism (so simple, it can be easily understood by an 8-year-old) offers brain the capability of making 'its own' decisions, when no other mechanism in the world can.
It also shows how your actions, personality, behaviour, etc. are controlled by something that you cannot hold in your hands, has no physical dimensions, does not weigh anything, has no smell and is not visible.
The book explains cause-and-effect mechanisms in a step-by-step manner, thereby simplifying the workings of the human brain - the most complex structure known to the mankind - to the level that can be understood by anyone who is prepared to make the necessary effort. No prior knowledge of any subject is required to understand it.
This book is your first chance to comprehensively understand how your mind works - a new way to introspect.
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