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CLARIDAD MENTAL. POR QUÉ ALGUNAS PERSONAS VEN LAS COSAS CLARAMENTE Y OTRAS NO
It's common for humans to tend to defend the ideas we want to believe in and dismiss those that contradict us. In other words, we see what we want to see. In this book, Galef shows that what makes us more open to experiences outside of ourselves is not knowing more or being smarter, but developing a series of habits, perspectives, and emotional skills that are available to everyone. With fascinating examples from castaway stories to defeating CIA operatives, the author exposes why our brains set traps for us, and what we can do to get out of them and change our way of thinking.