When a Throw-away line Casts a Wide Net. MagNETic!
Posted by carolom on August 17, 2016
Sometimes it’s the throw-away lines of our mental chatter that have the attractor factor.
I listened to an interview with one of my favourite authors, Norman Doidge who wrote the fabulous book The Brain that Changes Itself.
A must read for anyone interested in neuroscience and neuroplasticity and the extinction of the dinosaur belief that the brain is hard wired and can not be changed.
“Once broken can never be repaired” paradigm is sailing away across the oceans of the flat world as we speak… 😉
In the interview with Dr Doidge there was mention of his new book published by penguin in 2016 “The Brains way of Healing”.
I thought “Would love to read it, will check with library” but forgot to check and book it when I got home.
Three days later strolling around 2nd hand store and there is a brand new 2016 copy of “The Brains Way of Healing’ sitting on the shelf, waiting for me to notice it.
And I did.
How did this newly released $30 book arrive in perfect condition on the shelves of a second hand store for $2.99 just a few months after it’s release and three days after my intention to read it?
Throw-away lines sometimes cast the widest net perhaps….