Perceptual Intelligence: The Brain's Secret to Seeing Past Illusion, Misperception, and Self-Deception (Paperback)

The Brain's Secret to Seeing Past Illusion, Misperception, and Self-Deception

By Brian Boxer Wachler, Montel Williams (Foreword by)

New World Library, 9781608684755, 280pp.

Publication Date: October 17, 2017

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Description

New Book Cracks Code -- The Secret Behind Our Perceptions Finally Revealed. . . and More

Is it okay to fantasize during sex? When should you follow your intuition and gut feelings? Why do we gravitate to products endorsed by celebrities? Why does time seem to go by faster as we get older? Why are some athletes perpetual winners and others losers? Why do some people see Jesus on a Cheeto? Exploring the brain's ability to interpret and make sense of the world, Dr. Brian Boxer Wachler describes how your perception can be reality or fantasy and how to separate the two, which is the basis of improving your Perceptual Intelligence (PI). With concrete examples and case studies, Dr. Brian (as he's known to his patients) explains why our senses do not always match reality and how we can influence the world around us through perceptions, inward and outward.

Fine-tuning your PI elevates your game so you can have what you want in life: better job, better relationships, better sex, more success, more happiness. Without this book you will have a hard time achieving these things because you will keep repeating the same patterns. By reading Perceptual Intelligence you elevate potential success in every area in your life. And there is an amazing chapter on sex Do get it now.


About the Author

An expert on human perception, Brian Boxer Wachler, MD, has pioneered treatments in vision correction and Keratoconus, has published eighty-four medical articles, and has delivered 276 scientific presentations. He is the first choice of many doctors for their own eye treatment. He is the medical director of the Boxer Wachler Vision Institute in Beverly Hills and a staff physician at Los Angeles's famed Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.
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