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In Full Bloom

By IlchiDr. Jessie Jones Lee
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  • Author: IlchiDr. Jessie Jones Lee
  • Publisher: Best Life Media
  • Edition: 1st
According to Ilchi Lee and Dr. Jessie Jones, co-authors of In Full Bloom: A Brain Education Guide for Successful Aging, the truth about the aging brain is simple but extraordinary: you can have a fit brain at age 60, 70, 80 and beyond. It's simply a matter of choice.This book empowers older individuals to take control of their mental and physical lives by introducing them to the Brain Education System Training (BEST) method. Developed by Lee, BEST is a five-step mind-body training program that helps unlock the brain's true potential. The five steps of the BEST program include: Brain Sensitizing, Brain Versatilizing, Brain Refreshing, Brain Integrating, and Brain Mastering.“One of the more toxic ideas spread by modern culture is that the brain is static from birth to death,” the authors write. “However, as cutting-edge brain science is showing us, such decay is, for the most part, optional. It can be staved off or minimized with the proper actions.” Readers will benefit from tips and techniques that will allow them to improve their attention and concentration, expand their imagination and creativity, develop their energy and strength, manage their stress effectively, and gain inspiration for a positive mature identity.“In Full Bloom offers simple, yet profound, steps to help you fully realize your potential. Every phase of life should be engaging and invigorating. This easy–to–read guide shows you the way,” said David Bishop, president, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.“As people age, it is important that they continue having a dream for their life—to make a plan for who they want to be now and in the future,” the authors say. “Our goal for this book is that we can help people do this by letting them discover the joy in their life, as well as their true sense of purpose.” In Full Bloom: A Brain Education Guide for Successful Aging shows readers how to get the most out of the last third of life by using the brain to its maximum potential.