21 Games for the Mind That Won’t Shut the $%&* Up!

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21 Games for the Mind That Won’t Shut the $%&* Up! offers Zen-simple and remarkably effective tools for refreshing your tired and over-worked mind. In this book, you will find the relief you seek from worry, sorrow and self-abandon. These quick and easy games offer you an effective way to re-friend your mind, and yourself, through play. More

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About A.T. Lynne

Author, Radio Talk Show Guest, Screenwriter
Born in Mexico, raised in California, traveled some, loved lots, re-friended my mind by playing gentle, awakening games. May you, Dear Reader, find the same delight in these games and from all you do to live in harmony with yourself.

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Review by: JanisJOlson on March 6, 2014 :
I highly recommend A.T. Lynne's book "21 Games For The Mind." The games are stimulating and interesting. The book is extremely well written and contains something for everyone.
(reviewed 5 days after purchase)
Review by: S J on March 5, 2014 : (no rating)
Clicking through my digital version of this book, I'm happy to pass along a recommendation to download a copy to keep at hand for any brain-twisting moments you may arrive at during the day. The consistently buoyant voice A.T. uses to share her perspective and methods for unraveling complex and mysterious topics (subliminal messages, alter egos, biology, emotion) makes 21 Games read almost like a novella. But the truth is A.T. is a genuine human being offering her own carefully honed logic as a template for your own discoveries. There may be only one A.T. Lynne, but 21 Games has something in it for anyone.
(reviewed 3 days after purchase)
Review by: James Jenkins on March 5, 2014 : (no rating)
There is a disclaimer in the beginning of the book on who "this book isn't for" it is a fairly extensive disclaimer. I am not the target audience.

If you can't tell if you are part of the target audience you should probably skip this one.
(reviewed 4 days after purchase)

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