In his bestselling book No Self, No Problem: How Neuropsychology Is Catching Up to Buddhism, Dr. Chris Niebauer explored the incredible link between Eastern philosophy and the latest findings in psychology and neuroscience, and made the case that the latest research in neuropsychology is now confirming a fundamental tenet of Buddhism, what is called anatta, or the doctrine of “no self.” We are just beginning to understand these parallels, and what they mean for the human experience.
Now, in this practical and powerful guide, Niebauer takes a deeper dive and offers powerful tools, exercises, and practices you can do right now that will help you begin to experience the state of “no self,” and its benefits, on your own. Since we now know that the self is an illusion created entirely by the left side of the brain, we can explore the myriad ways this revelation can change the way we experience the world. This companion workbook is a wonderful beginner’s guide that will help you tap into a true sense of mindfulness and inner peace, understand human consciousness, and alleviate the daily suffering caused by the way we identify with the false self.
If you want to take your consciousness journey even further, this is the book that will set you on the right path.
About the Author
Chris Niebauer earned his PhD in cognitive neuropsychology at the University of Toledo, specializing in the differences between the left and right sides of the human brain. He is the author of No Self, No Problem: How Neuropsychology Is Catching Up to Buddhism and a professor at Slippery Rock University in Pennsylvania, where he teaches courses on consciousness, mindfulness, left- and right-brain differences, and artificial intelligence.