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Why Vibes Matter

Garret Yount

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      We've all had 'that' feeling: when our mood suddenly changes or we sense an 'atmosphere' on entering a room. There is a distinct quality that connects these experiences – it's a shift in how we sense a person or a place, often referred to as a 'vibe'. Vibes matter because they have the power to change the way we feel and behave.Garret Yount PhD has been researching the science of 'energy vibes' for over 20 years. In Why Vibes Matter he explains what can lead us to experience a 'vibe' or a shift in energy and how to harness their power.Looking at where vibes come from and how they affect us Garret reviews the research and explains the science behind our reactions. Practical tools and techniques will help you attune to your own vibes and learn how to influence them in the wisest possible way.
      CONTRIBUTORS: Garret Yount EAN: 9781801292740 COUNTRY: United Kingdom PAGES: WEIGHT: 0 g HEIGHT: 198 cm
      PUBLISHED BY: Welbeck Publishing Group DATE PUBLISHED: CITY: GENRE: HEALTH & FITNESS / Alternative Therapies, BODY, MIND & SPIRIT / General, SELF-HELP / Personal Growth / General WIDTH: 129 cm SPINE:

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      Popular psychology, Mind, body, spirit: thought and practice, Complementary therapies, healing and health

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      Garret Yount is a molecular neurobiologist whose work applies rigorous science to the study of consciousness. His research has featured in various media, including books Entangled Minds (Dean Radin) and Extraordinary Knowing (Elizabeth Lloyd Mayer), and dramatized in The Lost Symbol (Dan Brown).

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      We've all had 'that' feeling: when our mood suddenly changes or we sense an 'atmosphere' on entering a room. There is a distinct quality that connects these experiences – it's a shift in how we sense a person or a place, often referred to as a 'vibe'. Vibes matter because they have the power to change the way we feel and behave.Garret Yount PhD has been researching the science of 'energy vibes' for over 20 years. In Why Vibes Matter he explains what can lead us to experience a 'vibe' or a shift in energy and how to harness their power.Looking at where vibes come from and how they affect us Garret reviews the research and explains the science behind our reactions. Practical tools and techniques will help you attune to your own vibes and learn how to influence them in the wisest possible way.
      CONTRIBUTORS: Garret Yount EAN: 9781801292740 COUNTRY: United Kingdom PAGES: WEIGHT: 0 g HEIGHT: 198 cm
      PUBLISHED BY: Welbeck Publishing Group DATE PUBLISHED: CITY: GENRE: HEALTH & FITNESS / Alternative Therapies, BODY, MIND & SPIRIT / General, SELF-HELP / Personal Growth / General WIDTH: 129 cm SPINE:

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      Popular psychology, Mind, body, spirit: thought and practice, Complementary therapies, healing and health

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      Garret Yount is a molecular neurobiologist whose work applies rigorous science to the study of consciousness. His research has featured in various media, including books Entangled Minds (Dean Radin) and Extraordinary Knowing (Elizabeth Lloyd Mayer), and dramatized in The Lost Symbol (Dan Brown).

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